As the Photokina announcements continue, Fujifilm has announced some updates for their medium format line, including a new rangefinder-style camera in the GFX 50R, and the development of a 100MP medium format camera, complete with 4K video and in-body stabilization.
It’s Photokina week, and that means time for new camera announcements. We’ll start things off with the brand new Panasonic S1 and S1R, brand new full-frame cameras from Panasonic announced to be in development that use the existing Leica L-mount.
A once standard book on visual anthropology, eponymously titled “Visual Anthropology”, by John and Malcolm Collier, is a primer on using photography as a method of research, and seems relevant to me to disciplines well-beyond ethnography and anthropology, or what was called in my youth “social studies”.
Join us as we partner with Alberta Beer Festivals to present “The Mashing” events in Edmonton and Calgary. The Mashing, which refers to a common process in brewing and distilling, brings together breweries, distilleries, and restaurants from across Alberta for a unique sampling event. The Camera Store will be on-site to facilitate a photo wall celebrating the event and community in attendance. General and VIP Tickets are now available through ABF for both events.
The Tether Tools Case Air is a wireless tethering system that we are very excited to be carrying at The Camera Store. The Case Air creates a WiFi network allowing you to connect your camera to your device. It is compatible with iOS, Android and PC’s. Once connected you can control your camera through the Case Remote App, then you can adjust settings to your liking as needed. The device is primarily suited for studio shooting. The Case Air plugs in to the camera’s USB port and creates a Wi-Fi hot spot that is not dependant on an existing wifi network.