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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 »
Capture the moment by making a bold statement with Nikon's D1300 in red!
Nikon is pleased to introduce Nikon D1300 in a brilliant red body! This is the corporation’s first red DSLR model that aims the young and hip who are keen to advance their photographic skills.
This entry-level Nikon DX-format DSLR camera boasts the same features on the original black model. The D1300 sports the company’s CMOS image sensor, EXPEED 2 image processing engine, and refine guide mode.
Are you ready to upgrade your photographing skills to DSLR and make a bold statement?View Article Source »
Pentax unveiled their new camera system called Q -- the world's smallest and lightest interchangeable lens camera.
Q, Pentax’s new camera system, aims to complete with Micro Four Thirds SLRs with its own Q-Mount lenses. The company revealed that it is the world’s lightest body for an interchangeable design that was constructed by using a magnesium alloy. But like the problem with any small DSLRs, the Q also don’t have an optical viewfinder. Hence, users of this SLR must rely on a three-inch LCD that have a 460,000 dot resolution with a viewing angle that is said to reach 170 degrees.
It also accommodates a 12.4 megapixel CMOS sensor and a backlit for a low-noise capture at high ISO levels. Q can shoot 1080p video at 30fps. The CMOS sensor also benefits from a sensor-shift stabilization that provides shake reduction with any lenses. Users can also shoot five frames per second with 1/2000 to 30 seconds shutter speeds. They can also choose from standard DSLR modes, with a customizable quick dial and bokeh control filter for digital alteration of depth-of-field in images.
Q body is also combined with a wide range of specialty lenses and users can also buy a shoe-mounted optical viewfinder. This new camera system will be available in black or white versions.
Leica released the new version of their M9 camera -- the M9-P.
The new M9-P digital rangefinder from Leica costs almost $7,995 — the same price of the original M9 commanded when it was released in 2009. The new version of M9 has a virtually unbreakable sapphire covering on its LCD. It was developed by using diamond cutting tools and an anti-reflective coating. The body of the camera […]Read the rest of the article »
Delkin has announced its Elite 633 SDHC, saying is the speediest memory card in the world, built to Secure Digital format specifications, with a 633X speed rating that more than triples previous Class 10 capabilities.
Boasting of 80MBps and 95MBps write and read speeds, the Delkin Elite 633 SDHC memory card says its now the fastest on the market, perfect in keeping up with DSLRs and HD and 3D enabled video cameras.
Delkin Elite 633’s “Ultra High Speed” (UHS-I) specification is well suited with SDHC and SDXC host devices and assuring better performance in when shooting HD videos or recording real-time broadcasts. The UHS-I feature will allow bus-interface speeds up to 104 Megabytes per second and full backwards compatibility among SDHC and SDXC host devices.
The Delkin Elite 633 card will be available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities, with a 64GB SDXC version still underway.
Scheduled to be available at specialty photography and videography retailers worldwide on April 13, the Delkin Elite 633 will sell for $139.99, $249.99 & $439.99, respectively.View Article Source »
Say 'hello' to the Nikon D5100 DSLR, packed with 16.2MP and 1080p video recording goodness.
Looking for a shiny new Nikon DSLR camera to fit your $1,000 budget? Well look no further, as Digital Home Thoughts unveils the new Nikon D5100 DSLR along with some official details.
The Nikon D5100 DSLR matches the 16.2 megapixel of the D7000 camera. It also flaunts a 3-inch articulated, side-mounted display, along with a 1080p video recording at 30 and 24 fps. Its ISO settings range from 100 to 6,400, topped off with an 18-105mm lens in the kit. Unfortunately, there are no body-only options available yet.
The camera is set for a release this April 21 and is currently priced at $899.95. If you add $159.95, you’ll get one very sweet surprise that’ll help you make your video recordings more pleasant. Hit the break to find out what!Read the rest of the article »
The SD15 is an attention-grabber but performance-wise, how did it rate?
Many of photographers’ attention were captured when Sigma SD15 DSLR was released. It has the same 14.06 megapixel Foveon X3 sensor technology as with SD14 but comes with added features like True II processor, a 3 inch, high-resolution 460k dot LCD screen, extended ISO range of 50-3200, 77-segment AE sensor, a continuous shooting speed of 3 frames per second for up to 21 RAW images, and a 100,000 exposure shutter life.
Amidst the high-tech features it has to offer, the SD15 is perceived by the photographers as a ‘challenge’. The review posted by the Photography Blog also suggested that this should not be the only DSLR you should use. However, the review gave positive comments regarding the absence of odd color casts and white balance problems encountered with the previous models.
The Sigma SD15 is out in the market with the price of £900 / $989.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 »
The new Samsung NX10 is white and it's irresistible.
Happen to see the newest Samsung NX line? It’s another confusing, yet wonderful camera format. Plus, it’s mouth watering.
It is half DSLR and half point and shoot. The camera is another must-have for the geeks on photography I might say.
The NX10 is equipped with a compact zoom kit with more or less 20-50mm. Shoot. There are also several other lenses included in the kit.
The two lenses on the right of the NX10 are : in the back the 20-50mm f/3.5-5.6 compact kit zoom and in the front is it the new 20mm pancake.The white camera comes with a new compact zoom kit. And has the same design with Samsung HZ30W.
The leaked photo tells us what to expect from it and we’re happy.View Article Source »
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