The new flagship Nikon Z9 is here, and TCSTV got to do a hands-on preview with guest reviewer Rob Galbraith! Packed full with a ton of new features, a 45.7-megapixel backside-illuminated sensor, ultra-high-resolution images, unparalleled AF performance and more, the Nikon Z9 truly impressed Dave and Evelyn!
The Consulate-General of Japan in Calgary has announced the winners of the 7th annual Japan Photo Contest! There were an outstanding 168 photo entries from people across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Northwest Territories! The judges had quite the tough, but enjoyable time choosing. The Camera Store is happy to have helped sponsor the Consulate-General of Japan and the 2021 Japan Photo Contest. Congratulations to all the winners!
Panasonic has excitedly announced their latest addition to the Full Frame L-Mount family! Time to welcome the new large-aperture wide fixed focal length lens, the Lumix S 35mm F1.8! This new lens is the fourth Lumix S series with an F1.8 fixed focal length. It features a common size and position of control parts along with a similar center of gravity, making it easy to exchange lenses quickly with minimum balance adjustments. Compact and lightweight, with Lumix’s excellent S Series standard, the Lumix S 35mm F1.8 is versatile from landscapes to portraits, videos to snapshots!
Get ready to celebrate the holidays with Ilford! Ilford has created the ideal present for you or the film enthusiast in your life, the 12 Days of Film Ilford 35mm Film Gift Calendar! Forget the chocolate calendars and get the perfect countdown style calendar for all film photography lovers!
We can never get enough lenses! That’s why we are stoked to hear Tokina has released three new ATX-M lenses for Sony E-Mount! Great for both amateurs and professionals, Tokina has created the Tokina ATX-M 23mm, ATX-M 33mm and the ATX-M 56mm. All three of these lenses have an F1.4 aperture and are super compact and lightweight, making them great for all kinds of photographic adventures!
Nikon has excitedly announced two new S-line Nikkor Z zoom lenses! The Nikkor Z 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 VR S and the Nikkor Z 24-120mm f/4 S! Both designed to get creators even closer to the action with astounding clarity, these latest S-line lenses are giving photographers premium optics and ultimate versatility!
The wait is over, the new Nikon Z9 is here! And holy, it is packed to the nines! Powered by a completely new, Nikon developed 45.7 megapixel stacked CMOS sensor and the next-generation EXPEED 7 image-processing engine, the Nikon Z9 is the most advanced Z series mirrorless camera to date! With ultra-high resolution images, unparalleled AF performance, 8K video recordings, truly blackout-free Real-Live visibility in the viewfinder and more, the Nikon Z9 is revolutionizing the world of mirrorless cameras! Get ready to be unstoppable with the Nikon Z9!
Do you want to be a fly-on-the-wall at a real Two Mann wedding? Well, you’re in luck because Two Mann U is hosting a FREE class where you can see how Erika and Lanny Mann shoot a wedding during a real wedding! To make things extra sweet, all Canadian residents who sign up will be entered to win a TCS Prize Pack! Get a taste of how outstanding Two Mann U is, plus get a chance to win a Thinktank Shoulder Bag, a $100 TCS gift card, and some TCS Anniversary Swag! Talk about an epic deal!
Portraits of Resilience is an intimate look into the stories behind Wayne Simpson’s images from his first book of portraiture, Resilient: The Portraiture of Wayne Simpson. Like a book cover, portraits give us a visual synopsis of the life of a person. It’s what catches our eye to dive deeper into a bigger, more elaborate story. But unlike books, we don’t usually get the chance to hear the full story, until now. This virtual event will give the audience an exclusive look into the narratives behind the many remarkable individuals captured by Wayne Simpson while having the opportunity to comment and ask questions. The audience will inevitably see pieces of themselves while experiencing the visual stories of inspiration, tragedy, humanitarianism and resilience.