Jon Yi, freelance director and cinematographer, was contacted by Canon before the announcement of the EOS C300 and was granted the rare opportunity to shoot with Canon’s new digital cinema offering for one full week, all in the hopes of creating a video detailing his thoughts and experiences with the camera. Sounds great, right? Well, it seems Canon wasn’t so pleased with the lighthearted, albeit incredibly informative, results.
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Whether you’re a photographer on a budget, or just happen to find yourself in a jam, it’s great to have DIY resources at your disposal, and in this case, one could take that quite literally.
Today, Konrad Dwojak shows us the tried and true method of creating a speedlight snoot with nothing more than a Pringles can, something that can be found in aisles of any convenience store. Take a look:
The mysterious empty space on the Nikon Speedlight product page.
Nikon is expected to make some product announcements tomorrow regarding a new addition to the Speedlight family of flashes and possibly some new optics. The D800 is looking like a no-show…bummer! According to the folks at NikonRumors, here are some of the things we can expect:
Ricoh Japan has just released a new tease for GXR users, revealing a new APS-C sensor-lens unit set for release in early 2012. No concrete details were given other than the 16MP CMOS sensor/24-85mm lens kit shown in the roadmap below. Take a look: