The vivid colors of fall offer nearly endless opportunities for photography. Everywhere you look, it seems as though another great photo is presenting itself. Brush up on a few tips before heading out for shoots this fall to make the most of the gorgeous season. [Read more…]
B&H has the discontinued Fujifilm FP-100c peel-apart instant film in stock for $19.99. This film had previously spiked upwards of $30 per pack after the announcement of its discontinuation earlier this year. B&H says it has limited stock of the film, which prior to the discontinuation sold for around $11 per pack.
After the final run of film is out of stock, expect remaining supplies to skyrocket in price (the previously-discontinued FP-3000B goes for $40 or more now). Check out FP-100c film here at B&H Photo while it lasts.
That’s not quite the substantial drops in prices we see in other models, but if you’re looking for a bigger drop, consider waiting a couple months or so as gray market prices drop further.
Files sizes continue to grow larger but, thanks to memory card makers, there are bigger and bigger cards to handle our growing media demands. SanDisk’s news from Photokina 2016 provides us with a case in point.
SanDisk unveiled a new 1TB capacity SDXC card that’s in development. There’s no release date or price pinned on it yet. However, you can already buy a SanDisk 512GB SDXC card for $300, so it can’t be too far off — with an initial price over $600 I’m sure…