Sony Alpha 9 II – Made for the Pros

 By Ryley Smith

 

The a9 just got a little sibling, but there is nothing small, slow or weak about this dude. New to the Sony family is the new and improved Alpha 9 II. In a nutshell, the a9 II is made for professional photographers, specifically catering to those in sports photography and photojournalism. With many similarities to it’s elders, the a9 and a7R IV, while also having many upgraded features both inside and out, the Alpha 9 II is definitely worth taking a closer look at. 

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New in Rentals: Godox Lighting

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

 

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.

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The Epic GNARBOX 2.0 SSD is Now Available!

 By Ryley Smith


You are a powerhouse, you work hard and nothing slows you down. So why would you limit yourself to SSD that can’t keep up with you? Why would you wait to upload and edit your media when your out in the world and your creativity is flowing? Well now you can have an SSD that is just as gnarly as you! Officially out,
GNARBOX 2.0 SSD, built rugged and strong so you don’t have to worry about anything other than capturing and creating. With features such as one-touch backup, USB-C & SD transfer options, mobile apps and much more, GNARBOX will reinvent your workflow process. 

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Exposure Photography Festival

 By Ryley Smith

 

The International Open Call 2020 and the 2020 Emerging Photographers Showcase, both hosted by the Exposure Photography Festival, are now open for submissions. The Exposure Photography Festival is driven by providing an opportunity for people to communally engage in photographic image making, regardless of their experience and relation to photography. It is an open opportunity for individuals of all types of photographic diversity, from beginners to professionals, encompassing all ages and interest levels, to express themselves and come together with the common thread of photographic expression. Submit your work and join the movement that aims to bring forth education, inspiration and beauty, that will be shared with thousands of people. 

 

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New Firmware for the Canon EOS R and Canon EOS RP

 By Ryley Smith

 

While many people in Calgary were prepping for the snow on Friday, which of course, was not the most pleasant surprise, Canon Canada released new firmware for the Canon EOS R and Canon EOS RP! Unlike the snowfall, these updates are something to actually be excited about and look forward to. The 1.4.0 update for the Canon EOS R and the 1.3.0 update for the Canon EOS RP are more-or-less the same for each camera, but are awesome enhancements. Not many of you have probably already downloaded the firmware, let alone read about what they are about, but for anyone who was preoccupied by the snow, or anything else, here is the breakdown on these Canon upgrades. 

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