This story was sent to me by a friend and local photographer here in Perth. We both discussed how when making our purchases at local stores we’ve never thought to ask if the camera is grey market or not. It turns out that recently a local camera store here in Perth sold a grey market [...]
It would make sense that this is my card reader of choice, it’s almost perfect isn’t it, I mean the named it after my little blog hahahaha ok maybe not but it’s a happy coincidence. It also happens to be super fast, tough card reader that handle being thrown into a bag and left to fend for itself. Come [...]
I know there are quite a few OMD and PEN users in the RAW Community and I noticed that no one has shared this yet. A couple of days ago Olympus released a new firmware update (link after the jump).
The first ever RAW review of a Leica camera. In fact this I the first time that I have ever really used a Leica. I was a bit apprehensive at first, I know the Leica name promotes a feeling of excellence but I also know that Leica cameras are extremely expensive and if you look [...]
Kodak’s run into the digital photography world was kind of a false start. They had a range of consumer point and shoot type cameras but they just failed to be able to capture any sort of market share. They are set to market a new micro four thirds camera and DC.fever posted some images and info [...]
As a photographer there will be a time when you need to shoot some sort of video footage. It doesn’t matter if it’s just for a personal project, behind the scenes, or something for a client eventually the need will be there.
I know, video post Friday is meant to be educational but this popped up late last night and I thought it was hilarious. We thought it was funny when we started seeing tourists shooting with their iPads what’s it going to be like when Google Glass hits the main stream?
It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged about Think Tank Photo, they have been releasing some great gear since my review of the AirPort Takeoff. They just announced a new line of bags which cater to the ever rapidly growing mirrorless market.
The other day on G+ I posted a photo of my ThinkTankPhoto Airport Takeoff packed full of gear for a location shoot. There were a few questions as to why so much for a simple shoot. In actually fact there really wasn’t that much gear in comparison.
Here we have it DigitalRev TV released this video featuring the Fujifilm X100S vs XE-1 vs Sony RX1. If your looking at getting into the mirrorless camera market one if not all of these cameras would have popped up in your searches.