The Camera Store is very excited to add a selection of Godox lights and accessories to our rental pool. From small V1 flashes to AD-600 strobes and SL-60 constant LED video lights, The Camera Store rentals section is expanding to give you more options.
The Master Photographers International organization is hosting a symposium here in Calgary with a focus on portrait and family photography. The symposium runs from September 28th to 30th and will feature sessions from four different photographers, as well as an industry social night on Sunday. Registration for the social night is open to symposium attendees in addition to the general public, and the evening will include appetizers, a cash bar, and door prizes.
TCS clients can use the code TCS2019 for a discount off registration.
Sony has announced the brand new PXW-FX9 video camera, equipped with a full-frame Exmor R image sensor, fast Hybrid-AF, and S-Cinetone colour science.
Panasonic has announced that they are developing a new firmware update for the recently announced S1H video-centric full-frame mirrorless camera. This firmware update, developed in partnership with Atomos, will allow users to record maximum 5.9K/29.97p RAW footage (as well as C4K/59.94p) to the Atomos Ninja V Recorder over HDMI.
The firmware update is expected to be released in early 2020, and the ability to record Apple ProRes RAW will be a welcome feature for video users.
The Consulate-General of Japan’s 2019 Japan Photo Contest is now open for submissions! Submit up to four photos for your chance to win exciting prizes, including the grand prize of a Nikon D7500 & 18-140mm lens kit. Photos, taken in either Japan or Canada with a Japanese subject, can be entered into one of four categories:
- Culture, Food & Festivals
- Cool Japan
- Movement & Sports – NEW this year in acknowledgement of the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games