Film might not be dead, but it’s about to get a whole lot more expensive for Fujifilm fans. The Japanese multinational photography and imaging company has announced it will be raising prices for all of its film, again.[Read More…]
2015 was a good year for Canon. Not only did it release the record-breaking 50MP 5Ds and 5Ds R DSLR cameras, it also broke its own record for the highest number of patents the company was granted in one year.
Canon also maintained its top spot among Japanese companies, and has marked its 30th consecutive year as a top five U.S. patent holder.
The debate over which system is better, DSLR or mirrorless, is on its way to becoming as heated as Canon vs Nikon.
As mirrorless systems improve and catch up to DSLR cameras, or in some aspects outdo them, the decision which to get isn’t as easy as it used to be.
One of the main advantages of mirrorless cameras is that they are much lighter, and that’s exactly the point Fuji’s vice president demonstrated today – in the most awesome argument made to date.
While the X-Pro2 took the spotlight at Fujifilm’s keynote presentation, three other cameras also made their official debuts: the X-E2S, X70 and XP90.
Below we’ll take a look at each one and what they bring to the table.[Read More…]
Amazon has become the go-to place for holiday shopping. This year was no exception, with the Seattle-based web retailer raking in record numbers of Prime subscriptions, hardware purchases and, most importantly, overall revenue.
One of the most interesting tidbits in Amazon’s annual holiday sales report is the product that takes the top spot in the photography category.
Yes, that film.[Read More…]
Black Friday may have come and gone, but if you’re anything like us, there’s still plenty left on your Christmas shopping list. To help you narrow down your decisions for either yourself or photography-loving friends and family, we’re creating a five part gift guide.
The first installment (this one) will focus on the most important part of any photographers arsenal – a camera. From inexpensive action cams to top of the line DSLRs, we’ll share with you some of our favorite cameras available to pick up this year.