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Tag Archives: DSLR
I see all sorts of crazy stuff when I’m scanning the internet for content for CLL but this really caught my eye. It would seem that the folks over at The Pop Herald (www.pophearld.com) have posted an article who’s headline … Continue reading
Nikon has announced a new entry level DSLR to its lineup. The new D5100 sports a fold out swivel screen and a 16.2 mp sensor. But how will it stack up against the competition? Check out the full specs and … Continue reading
Pentax Imaging has released a firmware update for the flagship K-5 DSLR camera. This update is version 1.03 which addresses a low light focusing issue and provides better overall stability and general performance.
Lensbaby has introduced a new optic for its line of creative effects system. This new optic is called the Sweet 35 Optic and features a 12 blade adjustable aperture.
Getting Down Low With Profinder: A New Way to Get Those Low Angle Shots Sometimes the only way to compose the shot you want is to get the camera down low. Anything lower than eye height causes us photographers to … Continue reading
Nikon has released a firmware update for its D3100 DSLR camera. Issues addressed and a link to the download after the jump
Pentax K-5, Overheating Sensor Causing Stains? Theory Tested! Camera Light & Lens Forum Member Subjects his Penatax K-5 DSLR to a ‘Sensor Overheating Torture Test’ to see if there is any truth to the theory that heat caused by using … Continue reading
Sandisk announces UHS technology for SDHC cards. So what’s UHS? UHS stands for Ultra High Speed. These newest SDHC cards from Sandisk are capable of data transfer rates of 45MB/sec. This is a 50% increase in speed from the previous … Continue reading
Eye-Fi has been around for a while now but for those not familiar, Eye-Fi makes SD memory cards with a built in Wi-Fi transmitter. This transmitter allows you to shoot images with your DSLR or other digital camera and have … Continue reading
I have been asked about this several times so I decided to write an article on it. I hope someone out there finds this helpful. Have you ever noticed that your camera’s focus seems a bit off when shooting at … Continue reading