f22: Prints at The Camera Store

 By John Veldhoen

Not for nothing, I think buying and owning art is coequal to making it. If you want to have an ounce of credibility making things, buying art is essential. The Camera Store is offering two extraordinary prints at an affordable price. I think the work of the duo of photographers blend together in a way that defies my attempts describing them. I am proud that The Camera Store has made a small number available.

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Nikon Mirrorless Is Here.

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

Nikon has officially announced their new mirrorless lineup of Z-series cameras and lenses. With two new cameras, the Z7 and Z6, and three new lenses with a brand new mount, the Z-series is the full-frame mirrorless from Nikon that we’ve been waiting for.

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Deity Microphones – Questionable Pizza Choices, Exceptional Microphones

 By Mark Langridge

Deity may be a new audio company, but their microphones, such as the S-Mic and the V-Mic D2 have been around for a while under their parent company, Aputure. With the success of the S-Mic shotgun microphone, the folks at Deity decided they needed to spread their wings as a separate brand so they could dedicate themselves to the further development of exceptional professional audio equipment.

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Looking back: 22 Years of The Camera Store

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

There’s a lot that happens in twenty-two years of business. Events, Youtube fame, a move or two. Changes in the industry too – like the change from film to digital. When Peter Jeune opened the store and worked it, alone, for nearly a year, it was film that was the main revenue. He’d open the store an hour before his competition, and sell film for just a little bit less. It was how he started building a client base, drawing commercial photographers in to pick up film before their shoots.

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Lightweight and Versatile: Sirui Tripods

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

It’s nice to have a tripod that is both versatile and lightweight. Even if you’re not constantly trekking up mountains or rolling the dice with air travel restrictions, it’s nice to just not have to carry so much stuff. Unfortunately, such “premium” ideals too often come with a premium price tag. The words “carbon fibre” have a particular way of conjuring up cartoon dollar signs flashing around my head to the sound of a cash register chiming.

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