Adorama has a killer deal on the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 printer right now for $79 after instant and mail-in rebates. You must use the coupon code HBWPPI99 at checkout to get the additional instant savings.
The add to cart price is $379.99 but use the coupon code and it is $329.99. Then, the $250 rebate makes it a net cost of $79.99. You also get a free 50-sheet pack of Canon’s 13″ x 19″ Pro Luster paper, which is normally $44. This deal is a limited time only, so get it while it lasts.
Check it out here at Adorama.
Several Canon DSLRs are available with storage kits this week as WPPI specials. These deals bundle a Canon full frame DSLR with a free SanDisk memory card and a 4TB Western Digital hard drive. Check the all out here at B&H Photo.
The one thing I love about Sony cameras is the flexibility the cameras offer and how open Sony is to third-party lenses and accessories. If you go to any tradeshow, Sony reps will openly talk about how their cameras can use Canon or Nikon lenses (among others) on Sony cameras thanks to third-party lens adapters. A few years ago, these adapters were sometimes hard to find at a good price – but that’s no longer the case with a variety of options on the market today.
Today, we’re looking at the affordable Vello Auto Lens Adapter for Canon EF lenses to Sony E-Mount cameras. It works with full frame and APS-C format cameras and lenses. It passes focus and aperture functions through the adapter for full control of Canon EF and EF-S lenses on Sony cameras.
Unlike the previously-reviewed Metabones Speedbooster, the Vello adapter doesn’t have any optics inside. It is merely a mount adapter with electronics inside. It supports autofocus with USM and STM lens motors and autoexposure across the range of exposure modes on Sony cameras. [Read more…]
B&H has the original Canon 6D for $999, which is less than half the price it was when originally released. This is a new low bar for entry into the Canon full frame realm. My guess is that this is the lowest the camera will go as a US retail model and B&H is probably trying to clear out the remaining stock. Check it out here at B&H Photo.