Randomly came across this lens and had to share it with you guys. It is a Nikkor 6mm F2.8 super wide lens that costs $50,000 and is the size of a dinner plate. Check out this video to see some stills and video taken with it.
There are a bunch of deals going down now on B&H Photo Video and I thought I’d round them up for you guys here.
Nikon Deals - Up to $200 off Nikon cameras and lenses. Expires 9/28/13
Canon Deals – Save up to $500 on Canon cameras and lenses. Expires 9/28/13
Sigma Lens Deals - Save up to $200 on Sigma glass. Expires 9/25/13
$240 off on the Canon 35mm F2.0 IS.
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!
B&H Photo Video has several camera kits available. Depending on the kit, you could save over $500. Check out the different kits below…
If you are a Nikon shooter and you’ve been waiting to get in on some full frame action, you are in for a treat. B&H Photo Video has factory refurbished full frame cameras with rebates… AND Nikon lens rebates are here for a few days.
HUGE Nikon DSLR Savings
both price expire shortly. As you know the Nikon Lens Special Rebate has just started
and the response has been fantastic. Now is a great time Join the full-frame revolution.
Seeing all these video DSLRs on sale for the holidays has me remembering when I was looking for my first video capable DSLR. 3 Years ago it was either the Nikon D90 (720p? Yuck), Canon 5D Mark II or the Canon 7D (brand new at the time). Back then it took at least $1500 to get in the game if you wanted 1080p. 3 years later its less than half that. AND there are several models in each price bracket.
Black friday is over, but there are still several great deals on HDSLRs. It is a great time to be alive for filmmakers and photographers!
The age of full frame sensors is upon us. Just this week Canon announced the 6D. Thats the 5th full frame camera announcement in the past week kids… Only a little while ago there was really only one solid, full frame camera that could be used for video use (the Canon 5D mark II). As of today there are now TEN (check out the lineup below). And half of them are around $3k.
Here is where I want to hear from you, now that full frame has becoming available to all, whats next? And please for the love of pete don’t say 4k…
Things are getting ridiculous… First it was the Canon 5DmkII, then everyone made an HDSLR, then we had the awkward AF100, Sony’s FS100, and from there it just got out of control. To add to the madness, Sony and Nikon have announced new cameras. There are easily 5 stellar cameras in every price range now its a good time to be alive.
So here a breakdown of whats new.
- Now the cheapest full frame, video enabled camera.
- Clean HDMI out.
- Mic AND headphone input/outputs.
The 5D Mark III has been in and out of stock but it looks like Amazon has them in stock for now.
I got an email this morning from Glenn Pugh sharing this article, and I wanted to pass it along. I had no idea how bad the Canon, Nikon and Sony counterfeit battery situation was. Be careful when buying “brand name” because you may be buy a total fake. For more info check out this article from The Digital Picture’s website.
I can’t speak for other camera batteries but I have found this off brand battery to be the a great compatible chipped LP-E6 battery.
Thanks for the heads up Glenn!
What are the best prime lenses for shooting DSLR video? In this episode I share what I have found works well for me.
Yet another HDSLR is added to the list of choices for DSLR video shooters. This is a very exciting move by Nikon bringing us full 1080-24p video. For in-depth specs check out Digital Photography Review’s take on the D7000. Also be sure to check out the Chase Jarvis post where he shares his experience with the camera and a short he shot on it.