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We’ve all got them: those large, bulky, thick bricks of plastic battery chargers. Or a drawer full of charging cables, with various plugs compatible with dozens of devices, both new and old. They’re bland, uninspired, and kept hidden—only brought out to perform their task, then tucked away again.
We’ve all been guilty, at least once, of using our camera’s memory card like a time capsule: capturing more and more photos of different places and events, but never storing, backing up or transferring them.
If you are about to be married and you’re an avid tinkerer, dabbler or hobbyist—and you are looking for some creative and fun ways to shoot, or include, photography at your wedding—you will be interested to know we have a bunch of ideas right here for the do-it-yourselfer in all of us.
When diving into the world of Wedding Photography, you must have a plan and be prepared for anything. Like the very wedding you’re going to shoot, you need to know what is going to happen, when and where it is going to happen and how it is expected to happen.
Whether your camera supports FX lenses, DX lenses, or both, Nikon has been busy creating a new lens for each type, and has revealed them to the world today.
Whether you’re packing for a shoot on location or simply going for a stroll through the park, you know carrying around your heavy DSLR, with an attached lens to boot, can quickly tire your hands and arms or strain your neck and back if you dangle it from its strap.
Further expanding the functionality of the X-Pro 1 camera, Fujifilm has unveiled that it will release a highly-anticipated M-mount Adapter for the camera that allows a much wider array of lenses to be used with the camera body.
Not just a portrait lens, the new M.Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8 (150mm 35mm equivalent) Micro Four Thirds lens is designed and optimized for the dynamic and ever-changing lighting conditions inherent in shooting studio portraits, stage productions and indoor sporting events.
Designed and built for a wide variety of situations, the new Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm F2.8 ASPH / POWER O.I.S. Lens offers a very popular zoom range of 12-35mm on Micro Four Thirds cameras (24-70mm in 35mm equivalent format).
By making point-and-shoot cameras more automatic, intelligent and easier to use, Nikon hopes to provide the Coolpix L25 to an ever-growing group of entry-level photographers that want simplicity and great photos or videos.
Recently at NAB 2012, Petrol Bags revealed that it has just increased the number of portable options available for audio equipment to include the convenient PS614 Deca Lightweight Audio Bag and the miniature PS615 Portable Digital Recorder Pouch.
Due to the addition of high-definition video in devices ranging from high-end DSLRs, down to handheld pocket camcorders, it is now possible to shoot HD quality video in more ways and more locations than ever before.
For users of Finepix X100 digital cameras, Fujifilm has announced a new wide-angle conversion lens designed specifically for the camera, in both black and silver finishes.
If you’ve found that the images you’re seeing on your camera’s display just don’t look the same once they are seen on your monitor, then you probably need to calibrate your equipment—and X-Rite is here to help. For a limited time X-Rite is offering a complete, tailored-made bundle for those in the photographic community who want to ensure they capture, edit and display their work properly—with the correct colors.