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June 03, 2011
CanonFilmmakers.com Forced to Close by... Canon!

Well this is just plain stupid. Canon has forced the site "Canon Filmmakers" to close down using legal action. How mentioning the name "Canon" in a site name is an infringement on that company is a mystery to anyone who can think.

The site was all about techniques for shooting video with Canon's oddly excellent DSLR products. Oddly, because while the technology is great, the suits seems to have no brains when it comes to public relations.

Alas, CanonFilmmakers.com is going the way of film as have others that have dared to align themselves with Canon.

Read more about it at their farewell blog post: http://canonfilmmakers.com/blog/2011/06/01/all-good-things-must-come-to-an-end/

This makes me happy I shoot Pentax.

Keywords: dslr  canon  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on June 03, 2011 00:58 

July 30, 2009

For Consumers, Nikon Announces the D3000 DSLR

Not to leave consumers behind, Nikon has also announced the new D3000 entry-level DSLR. It too is slated for release this August and features a 10.2MP sensor, guide-mode to help ease hobbyists into DSLR power, six scene modes. It's retail price is just under $600. [MORE]

Keywords: nikon  d3000  dslr  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on July 30, 2009 08:40 
Last updated by: on July 30, 2009 08:44

Nikon Unveils New D300s Professional Level DSLR

Nikon today announced their newest profession level DSLR, the D300s. Featuring 12.3MP DX CMOS sensor, D-Movie HD Video capability, and up to seven frames per second shooting speed, the D300s is due August 2009 at a retail price of $1799.95 for the body only. [MORE]

Keywords: nikon  dslr  d300s  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on July 30, 2009 08:35 
Last updated by: on July 30, 2009 08:44

July 22, 2009

Canon Shifts Their Angle on Image Stabilization

Canon has announced the development of a new hybrid image stabilization technique that addresses blur from not only the shift of the camera, but angle adjustments as well. The new technology is expected to be on their new DSLR lenses before the end of 2009. [MORE]

Keywords: canon  is  dslr  lenses  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on July 22, 2009 09:26 

May 17, 2009

Sony Expands Alpha Line With Three New DSLRs

New cameras, lenses and flash available in July

Sony announced three entry-level DSLR cameras to help transition point-and-shoot and hobbyists into the world of interchangeable lenses. The new A230, A330, and A380 cameras are slated for July availability with pre-orders being taken now.

Four new lenses and a flash will also be available. [MORE]

Keywords: sony  dslr  sa230  sa330  sa380  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on May 17, 2009 08:00 

May 12, 2009

Canon Announces EOS Live Learning Program

Education sessions target current and prospective Canon photograpers

Canon is hoping their new Live Learning program will be the catalyst that "inspires Attendees to Develop Their Personal Creative Vision." The program targets those with either currently use Canon EOS cameras or are considering such.

Their "EOS Essentials" classes will be held throughout 2009 in eight US cities including: New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Seattle, Atlanta, and Dallas.

“Through the Canon Live Learning program we are hoping to empower and inspire our customers to further enhance their skills and passion for the art of imaging,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon U.S.A. “Canon Live Learning adds value to the experience of owning and using Canon photographic products.” [MORE]

Keywords: canon  eos  training  dslr  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on May 12, 2009 09:14 

April 14, 2009

Nikon Announces D5000 DSLR and DX 10-24mm Lens

Nikon today announced their new and "highly anticpated" new DSLR, the D5000. This 12.3MP is the latest DSLR to drift over into the prosumer/point & shoot territory by offering a movie mode and 19 preset scene shooting modes. I'm not sure that someone who wants movie mode and preset scenes (and there is nothing wrong with that in and of itselft) is actually the type to need a full-feature DSLR with interchangable lenses. But then again I've seen many people who think that just buying a better camera makes them a better photographer, so what do I know? [MORE]

Keywords: nikon  d5000  dslr  camera  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on April 14, 2009 08:28 

February 24, 2009

Olympus Unveils the E-620 DSLR

Features new in-camera creative options.

Olympus seems to be blurring the lines between DSLR seriousness and point-and-shoot convenience with the pre-PMA announcement of their new E-620 camera. They've added new in-camera artistic filters including Warhol-esque pop-art, pin-hole emulation, and more.

The E-620 will be available in May 2009. [MORE]

Keywords: olympus  e620  dslr  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on February 24, 2009 13:18 

December 01, 2008

Nikon announces high-end D3X

Available this month, dream-cam retails for $7999.95

Looking for that PERFECT gift to add to your fantasy Christmas list?

Nikon has just announced the highly anticipated D3X Digital SLR camera. Highlights of the camera include:
  • Extreme Resolution 24.5 megapixel CMOS FX format sensor

  • Ultra low noise ISO 100-1600 (expandable to 50-6400)

  • Five fps burst speed at full resolution

  • RAW image files topping 138 mb

  • Same rugged weather sealing and familiar controls as the D3

  • Sits beside the D3 as one of Nikon’s flagship D-SLR’s

  • Available December for $7999.95

Wow! If you've got the coin, what a camera. Full press release follows: [MORE]

Keywords: nikon  d3x  dslr  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on December 01, 2008 10:53 
Last updated by: on December 03, 2008 16:34

November 17, 2008

DxO Labs unveils DxOMark.com

the first digital camera benchmark based on RAW image quality

"Objective measurements of RAW images are an essential basis for any analysis of digital cameras, but such measurements were neither possible nor available until now. DxO Labs has developed a new scale for digital camera image quality performance, called DxOMark Sensor, to serve as an additional tool to help photographers rank and compare digital cameras.

This scale is based on three underlying metrics, Color Depth, Dynamic Range and Low-Light ISO, each one tied to a real-life photographic scenario: landscape, studio & portrait, and photojournalism & sport." [MORE]

Keywords: dxo  dslr  raw  measurement  
Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on November 17, 2008 12:39 
Last updated by: on December 03, 2008 16:39

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