Announced: Firmware V2.0 for the Panasonic Lumix S1H!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Panasonic announced an exciting firmware update, firmware V2.0 for the Lumix S1H! Along with the usual bug fixes, this update also gives users the ability to shoot 5.9K ProRes Raw video! This enhancement to ProRes Raw, along with the other updates, will provide creatives will a lot more flexibility and freedom in their projects, while making the S1H even more amazing than before. 

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Canon’s Newest Additions to the Cinema World!

 By Ryley Smith

 

The Canon Virtual Press Conference brought lots of exciting information, including two product announcements! Canon introduced both the new EOS C300 Mark III Cinema Camera and the new CINE-SERVO 25-250mm T2.95-3.95 Cinema Lens! An exciting time for cinematographers, the EOS C300 Mark III is a Super 35mm workhorse, and the CINE-SERVO 25-250mm is the newest addition to Canon’s robust line of Cinema Lenses. 

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Newest Details on the Canon EOS R5!

 By Ryley Smith

 

After months of teasers, we finally have more information on the highly anticipated Canon EOS R5! During the Canon Virtual Press Conference in April, more specs were released about both the video and stills capabilities of the EOS R5. These details confirm our speculations that, at least on paper, this mirrorless camera will be quite the show stopper!

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The Nikon Z50 for Youtube Videos

 By Ryley Smith

 

If you’ve been sitting at home, feeling the urge to create, you’re not alone. Jump on the Youtube bandwagon and make videos to keep yourself entertained with the Nikon Z50! It’s super easy to get your creativity flowing because this camera was made to produce stellar videos! With loads of amazing features inside and out, the Z50 will take your video creations to the next level!

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Photobooks & Large Format Books

 By Todd Korol

 

I still have the first photography book I ever bought. I remember the time and place where I purchased it. It was a small how-to handbook on using a 35mm camera. It cost $7.99 and was filled with photos and photos of cameras.

That was 30 years ago, my passion for books and photography has never slowed down and today I have a great selection of over 700 titles.

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