Join Rudy Winston as he discusses the similarities and differences between the EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R, the newest DSLRs in our product line (as of February 2015). Learn about these ultra high resolution cameras, which utilize a full frame CMOS sensor, and how they compare to medium format SLRs. Beneficial to landscape, commercial, food, portrait, wedding, architectural photographers and more, these cameras offer an incredible reproduction of fine detail in their newly developed systems. See how these cameras can best suit you and your imaging needs.
Canon today announced the EOS M3, a compact and stylish interchangeable lens digital camera created for enthusiast photographers who demand premium performance. Fusing Canon's outstanding image quality and DSLR-levels of control in a small and lightweight camera body, the EOS M3 camera offers the ability to capture important moments in outstanding detail.
At the heart of the EOS M3 camera is Canon's latest and most advanced digital imaging technologies, including the company's high-resolution 24.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor and its most advanced image processor, DIGIC 6, delivering premium quality stills and Full HD videos. Combined with super-fast AF performance, thanks to a new 49-point Hybrid CMOS AF III Autofocus System, this digital camera gives photographers the freedom to capture the beauty of movement. Canon's EOS M3 Digital Camera is scheduled to be available in early October 2015 for an estimated retail price of $679.99.
Olympus introduces the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II, a small, stylish, entry-level camera body with powerful in-body 5-axis image stabilization. As the successor to the Olympus OM-D E-M10, the OM-D E-M10 Mark II combines the award-winning power of the OM-D family, first-class quality of 5-axis image stabilization and an all-new design with improved ergonomics. The Olympus OM-D series brings flawless, professional-quality images and video to photographers of all levels.
Canon today has introduced the Company’s first multi-purpose camera, the new ME20F-SH, which delivers exceptionally high sensitivity to capture Full HD video with a minimum subject illumination of less than 0.0005 lux1 (at maximum 75 dB gain setting, equivalent to an ISO sensitivity of over 4,000,000). Nighttime surveillance and security, cinematic production, reality television, and nature/wildlife documentaries are just some of the ME20F-SH’s many possible usage applications.
Blackmagic Design today announced that the public beta of DaVinci Resolve 12, its professional editing and color correction software, is now available for download from the Blackmagic Design website. The new DaVinci Resolve 12 is the software’s biggest update ever and includes powerful new features, making it both the world’s most powerful editing system as well as the world’s most advanced color grading system. The DaVinci Resolve 12 Public Beta will allow customers to start testing and integrating it into their facilities, and will provide us with valuable feedback that will greatly assist us in finishing development so we can launch an extremely reliable and robust product.
Panasonic today introduces the new DMC-GX8 (GX8) Digital Single Lens Mirrorless Camera featuring a host of advanced functions packed in a splash/dust-proof rugged design. The DMC-GX8 integrates Dual I.S. (Image Stabilizer)1 for the first time in the LUMIX G series to gain powerful vibration correction. The Body I.S. and Lens I.S. can be switched in the LUMIX GX7 but both Body I.S. and Lens I.S. work at the same time to take maximum advantage of both stabilizers not only in wide angle but also with telephoto. Almost any type of vibration can be effectively suppressed with this innovative image stabilization system featuring max.3.5x (wide) / 1.5x (tele)2 wider correction angle. As a result, you can get a clear handheld shots in low-lit situations.
Sony has today announced two of the most advanced, versatile Cyber-shot cameras ever to come to market, the compact RX100 IV (model DSC-RX100M4) and high-zoom RX10 II (model DSC-RX10M2) cameras. The two new models both feature the world's first 1.0 type stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor with advanced signal processing and an attached DRAM memory chip. The high speed signal processing and DRAM memory chip work together to enable more than 5x faster readout of image data3 and are responsible for a variety of standout features that have previously been available in only a select few professional-level video cameras.
Timelapse Death Valley 2015 is an intimate 3 and 4-Night timelapse workshop designed for photographers and cinematographers that want to learn the skills needed to capture professional quality timelapses using DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras. The workshop combines classroom sessions with on-location shooting, and is designed for photographers of all skill levels.
As a professional photographer my gear list keeps growing and growing, so when I find tools that help lighten the load I get pretty excited. In 2013 I began teaching advanced night-sky time-lapse photography workshops under the dark skies of Moab, UT. One of the challenges I faced was how to light our foregrounds so that each workshop participant would be positioned properly to benefit from the effects of the light. While I brought three video lights of varying sizes to the workshop I soon discovered that everyone would benefit from having access to their own light. Plus, the video lights I already owned were large and way too bright, and each one needed a Sony NPF-550 style battery, which increased the weight even further. I did have a few that were dimmable, but at their lowest settings they tended to flicker which made them unreliable for timelapse work.
After weeks of searching google and Amazon I came across the OxyLED Q6 Rechargeable LED Light. With a price under $20, 4 intensity modes (2%, 50%, 75%, 100%) , and a built-in rechargeable battery that is claimed to last 72 hours at the lowest setting I had to give this light a try. When the light arrived a few days later I quickly began testing it. The first test I did was to see how long the light would last at its lowest brightness setting. After 20 hours I finally turned it off. All I really wanted to be sure of was that the light would last a complete night of shooting. At 20 hours I was thrilled.
Read more about my experience with these inexpensive lights.
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