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The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be bought online via the Photojojo store for $40
Instagram users who are protesting over the new terms and conditions can now use their DSLR cameras to take vintage shots and share it to the world without worries. Thanks to DSLR Wheel of Filters.
This camera accessory contains a Holga base-lens that can be attached on a Nikon or Canon DSLR camera. It offers 18 different filters and prisms, that can be adjusted by simply turning the wheel.
The first wheel has colors, dual colors, even color surrounds. While wheel number two, has kaleidoscope lenses, macro lenses, and other lens effects.
The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be purchased online for $40 via the Photojojo store.View Article Source »
Learn to operate your Canon DSLR camera and improve your photography skills with a built-in camera tutorial
Learning to use a DSLR camera is no easy feat. DSLR cameras are more complicated than your regular point-and-shoot cameras. Some people even enroll themselves in photography classes to get themselves familiar with this type of camera.Read the rest of the article »
Turn your iPhone into a DSLR camera using a new iPhone case
Taking images using your iPhone is fun. There are many photo apps and gadgets to make your photos look amazing and professional if photography is a serious hobby. If you’re looking to make your photos even more beautiful, good lens is a must.Read the rest of the article »
Spruce up your new school year with these five must-have gadgets!
Technology is changing constantly, which is why you have to get ready for what Fall has to bring. Check out GADG’s fresh lineup of gadgets that are due to arrive this month by hitting the break.Read the rest of the article »
Canon EOS 600D is the European Camera of the Year!
The Canon EOS 600D took home the European Camera of the Year award at this year’s European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) award. According to the judges, the EOS 600D is good-value camera with strong set of features and customizable functions. It is also a desirable model for amateur photographers with its excellent resolution and low-noise characteristics.
Other camera which made its way to EISA’s honor list is the Pentax 645D (European Professional Camera 2011-2012), Nikon D7000 (European Advanced SLR), Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 (European Compact System Camera), Fujifilm FinePix X100 (Advanced Compact), and Sony Cybershot DSC-HX9V (European Compact Camera).
EISA also gave Sigma 70-200mm f/28 EX DG OS HSM the European Lens title, and Epson’s Stylus Photo R3000 as the European Photo Printer of the Year.View Article Source »
With the new Rebel EOS Models, Canon has once again empowered to the people that "everyone is a photographer."
Just bought the “latest” Canon Rebel DSLR last Christmas? Well guess what, the camera you’re holding right now is old (well, not really) as Canon has unveiled their newest DSLR models, the Canon EOS Rebel T3 and Canon Rebel T3i. Although these new broods leave alot to be desired as the Rebels offer very minimal updates over their predecessors. So maybe that Christmas gift isn’t so bad afterall.
Hit the break for a brief preview of the specs!Read the rest of the article »
A leak shows us the latest offering from Japanese titan, Canon. Let's see how this thing works.
Another leak from Canon for you guys. It’s called the PowerShot G12. Canon just finished making us envious on their trio of point and shoot models. And now another leaked photo plus info has come our way.
If all is true (see above photo), then we’re expecting a 10-megapixel CCD sensor, 5x optical zoom, 2.8-inch tilt-and-swivel LCD, “HD-quality” video recording, optical image stabilization and an inbuilt HDR mode.
The G12 has the looks and features of its older brother G11 only bigger and better. The Japanese titan continues to give us proofs that, they are making it big. Sad to say photo geeks, release date wasn’t announced yet but we will report it to you soon.View Article Source »
Canon's new 7D SV lets you put barcode for scanning, password and parental control on your photos.
Canon has released a new version of EOS 7D which may cost $129. This version lets you control how your camera take shots. The $1,829 EOS 7D Studio Version adds password controls to lock up your device, plus an option to put a barcode and data transfer kit for organization and puts large photos to databases using the version of Canon’s WFT-E5A wireless transmitter, just add $770 and you got it.
We know you’ll be wanting this version. In due time the price will go down, all we need to do is wait until that time comes.
You can view the official press release, just click on the link:View Article Source »
Canon add a few changes on the firmware of EOS 7D.
Canon is now joining the emerging update on softwares. If you have a 5D MARK II, 1D MARK IV or REBEL T2i in your bags, since it doesn’t naturally fit your pockets then you must be very very happy. The EOS 7D will fix it for you. This sweetheart will resolve issues and tweaks on every film maker’s tool. All you have to do is copy the updated software on Canon’s website and voila! Your up and about.
Here are some fixes that will make you happy as a bee.Read the rest of the article »
"It's not a question of whether or not you have a mirror. There is a consumer need for good-quality cameras to be made smaller. We will meet this need."
Since the day that Nikon eventually affiliated themselves in the league of mirrorless cameras, the whole wide world came into realizing what will its rival and most evaluated competitor got to do with this. The battle of smaller presumer cameras, Nikon and Canon? What now?
Well finally, Canon gave us tidbits on their next step in the battle arena and whose side they will join. Eventually, they prefer to stick with DSLRs, but smaller. Spokesperson of Canon, Masaya Maeda didn’t give us elaborate details, but here is how he smashed Reuters’ inquiry :
“It’s not a question of whether or not you have a mirror. There is a consumer need for good-quality cameras to be made smaller. We will meet this need.”Read the rest of the article »
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