What’s Happening in Rentals?

 By Liz Graham

We have been working hard on expanding the selection in The CameraStore’s Rental Department and are excited to offer a variety of new
lenses as well as lighting equipment.

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Sunprints

 By John Veldhoen

A little while ago The Camera Store started stocking a new, old product, called Sunprints.There are two varieties, one comes with an acrylic sheet, necessary to
squish things down and keep still on the paper, and the other variety
comes without the acrylic, both are available in two-sizes.

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Portraits in the Wild

 By Evelyn Drake

Join Greg Gerla and Julya Hajnoczky and spend a full day shooting onlocation, where you’ll learn professional strategies for taking full
control of your location shoots to get great portraits – no matter what.

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Local Indie Video Workshop

 By Evelyn Drake

As the CIFF wraps up in Calgary, now is the perfect time to start thinking about honing your own video skills and techniques. Check out this local Indie Video Workshop series by Dallis Swiatek.

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Fujifilm X30 Hands-On Field Test

 By Jordan Drake

We love the Fuji X series, and their latest camera just arrived! Unfortunately, it also showed up during a freak snowstorm in the summer. We brave the elements to give you loyal TCSTV viewers the scoop on this cool little compact!

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Average Normal Photographer Review of the Ricoh Pentax 645Z

 By tcs_admin

By now, if you are at all interested in the potential benefits of larger sensor real-estate, you have likely read or skimmed a handful of reviews of the newish medium format Ricoh Pentax 645Z. Personally, I am not a gear-head, tech-nut or pixel-peeper. I’m just a hard working mixed-genre photographer.

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