Canon Inc.’s introduction of the EOS 5D… in 2005 truly met its marketing claims of giving a revolutionary digital camera experience. This full frame DSLR sought to gain a market share among photo hobbyists, and with the subsequent releases of the Mark II and III models, it certainly has.
From our short time using the amazing Canon EOS 1D X, we have been testing its features (including tracking sensitivity) and image quality (including how well it performs when set to high ISO values).
A feature that we really like about the Canon 1D X is its multi-controller which enables a user to instantly magnify a frame of up to 100% (actual pixels), change among 6 Auto Focus (AF) modes… among other applications.
All about Time Lapse in One Place
With all the great forums and sites available on the internet, there is enough material for one to gather and write a book. Ryan did that, and so much more.
I tried following tutorials, checking sites and forums and experimenting on my first Time Lapse…, reading all over the internet on how to do it and how to avoid issues like flickering.
We found this eBook online, and saw very positive comments, our goal was to check it out and see if this eBook is worth the money and does it do as it says:
“Trick Photography & Special Effects 2nd Edition…
Your complete instructional guide on taking breathtaking special effects shots and cool images your friends won’t believe…
It comes with 270 pages of instruction and contains over 300 creative photographs created by some of the most talented photographic artists around the world.
What we love about the HDSLR world is how people come up with a very niche products to solve a specific problem then build a small business around it. If you’re into video making…, you’re already familiar with all the additional appliances that need to be attached to your camera in some way.
PocketWizard Plus III Transciever
We all love Pocket Wizards as they are reliable, and easy-to-use. Pocket Wizards are one of the first choices when it comes to solution for remote flash and camera triggering.
The Plus III Transceiver… as the MultiMAX features an impressive 32 channels. Whether you’re a wedding or sports shooter or working in a busy studio, finding a clear channel shouldn’t be a problem. Selective Quad-Zone Triggering, adds four zones enabling photographers to remotely trigger flash and or cameras in groups or individually.