I’ve been getting more and more into photography over the past year and have been eating up tutorials on speedlights, Lightroom and much more. Today I saw this video on FStoppers and thought I’d share it with you guys. With these kinds of videos you can always walk away with something practical. Love the camera point of view idea.
This is the adapter I used, its really cheap ($6.30!) and works great!
Fotodiox Black M42 Lens to Canon EOS DSLR Adapter.
Only a few days left to take advantage of these great rebates. If I had the money, I’d be picking up a 60D right now. Love those instant rebates!
There are a ton of deals going on at B&H for a very short time. Thought I would list them for you guys here. The Canon rebates end in 2 days and I am being told the 60D, T3i, and 7D deals won’t be around long.
[sws_grey_box box_size="630"] Update 7/30/12 - Looks like the 60D and T3i deals are now over. The Macbook deal is still going though. [/sws_grey_box]
Canon has release yet another HDSLR. The Canon T4i hasn’t added too much to what Canon currently offers. Autofocus during filming, angled touch screen lcd, and improved low-light sensitivity are some of the new features we’re seeing on this camera.
Canon also has announced a new 40mm Pancake lens. This lens is one of the new video optimized lenses from Canon. So you will find it to be much more quiet compared to other lenses. I am interested to see where Canon takes this idea going forward.
There is a wonderful world of manual lenses out there. This guide is dedicated to using Nikkor lenses on Canon, and other camera mounts. Using a Nikon to Canon adapter you can bring these incredible lenses back to life.
Here is what we will be covering:
- [1:45] Different Types of Nikkor Lenses (NON-AI, AI, and AIS)
- [5:25] How to Adapter the Nikon Mount to Canon and Others
- [9:49] Why Use Manual Nikkors?
- [12:50] Where to Buy Nikkor Lenses
- [14:20] How to Customize These Lenses for Video