As you can see in the above video, Steve Huff got an up close look at one of the first Sony NEX-7 production models out there. Notably, there are a lot of similarities between the NEX-7 and the NEX-5N – particularly in the menu system. Obviously, the additional of external controls sets the NEX-7 somewhat apart, and then, there’s no noticeable clicking noise that plagues the NEX-5N, which may or may not have a fix. Finally, there’s the whopping 24MP sensor, which seems to produce admirable results based on everything we’ve seen thus far.
Ever wonder what it would be like to strap a $60k camera to a radio controlled octocopter? Well, someone dreamed up the idea of putting a RED EPIC on one of these devices and produced the stunning results you see in the above video.
I’m not sure who’s driving the Sigma SD1 trainwreck; however, this limited edition wooden SD1 is about as far from the tracks as things can get. As if the $6900 price tag for the Sigma SD1 wasn’t laughable enough, this limited edition wooden model will set you back €9,999 ($13,750 USD equivalent). [Read more…]
The rumormill has exploded over the past week or so with reports of new DSLR models coming from both Nikon and Canon. The latest rumors suggest a high level of confidence in Canon’s release of a new DSLR on Tuesday, October 18. [Read more…]
Apple has added updates to both Aperture and iPhoto.
Aperture 3.2 supports compatibility with iCloud and iOS 5. This update also addresses minor stability, performance and compatibility issues, including: [Read more…]
The first official Act of Valor trailer is out. We’ve been hearing Shane Hurlbut (Act of Valor’s cinematographer) talk about this film for many months now. Back in June we learned that Relativity Media picked it up for $13 Million.
(Push the resolution up to 720p and full screen the trailer below…)