When it comes to resolving power, I'm not sure if or when we'll ever get to the point where we can realistically say "We got enough!" But until we get to that point, we'll just have to "settle" for the Mamiya DM56.
As the name suggests, the new Sekonic Illuminometer i-346 is not your typical light meter. Unlike traditional light meters, which with few exceptions are primarily designed to interpret light values in terms of f/stops and shutter speeds, the Sekonic i-346 Illuminometer measures light in terms of lux & foot-candles.*
Carl Zeiss recently released an update of one of its long-respected wide-angle optics, the Carl Zeiss 25mm/f2.8 Distagon ZF.2. Based on a classic Zeiss Distagon optical formula first introduced back in 1961, the new ZF.2 update is designed for use on Nikon (D)SLRs.
The world just got a bit smaller for shooters who own multiple lens systems and would like—or need—the ability to mix and match camera bodies and optics for shooting stills and/or video. Novoflex, a long-time player in the lens adapter business, has introduced the Novoflex Nikon G to Canon EOS lens adapter.
Quantum Instruments has introduced two new auxiliary battery packs, designed to keep you "juiced on the job": the Quantum Turbo 3 for heavy-duty assignments, and a more compact Quantum Turbo Blade for lighter-duty assignments.
"Norsigian, who is 64, still works for the Fresno school system, but he may retire this year." — Alan Duke, CNN
About 10 years ago, Rick Norsigian, a commercial painter employed by the Fresno California School System, purchased two boxes of old glass plate negatives at a garage sale for $45 after haggling down the original asking price of $70 (hey, it's a garage sale... right?).
There's no shortage of lens adapters out on the market, designed to adapt still-camera lenses for use on video camcorders and film cameras, and some are better than others. Adaptimax is one of the better ones. Engineered and manufactured of anodized aluminum alloy with chrome-plated brass lens mounts, Adaptimax lens adapters are designed for precise optical alignment of Nikon and Canon lenses on select video camcorders.
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