You can also get the GH4 bundled with the 12-35mm f/2.8 ASPH lens and the VM-180M mic for $1595 here at B&H Photo.
Nikon’s 100th anniversary is July 25, 2017. As part of this celebration for its century of imaging, Nikon unveiled a number of commemorative products and special collections that will be available for limited time from June 15 through August 31, 2017. [Read more…]
The new $500 palm-sized DJI Spark is now in stock and shipping out to customers. The Spark has an HD video camera on-board with a 2-axis gimbal. The video can be transmitted to your smartphone up to 2km away. You can also use DJI Goggles to view the FPV footage. Additionally, Spark captures 12MP still images. Check out the DJI Spark here at B&H Photo.
Check out our latest Will Work for Film T-Shirt design for your analog roots. It’s shown above in dark heather gray, which is my personal favor color and fabric blend. It’s nice and thin for staying cool in the summer. These run a bit small, so if you are trying to decide between one size or another, go bigger.
There is also a color version of the Will Work for Film t-shirt, which gives you some brighter options if neutral colors just aren’t your thing. These are available in both men and women sizes.
B&H has several cameras and photography accessories on sale this week for Father’s Day. Some of the notable deals are below. [Read more…]
How many of you are asked regularly what camera you use? Because just anyone can buy a Canon 5D Mark IV from B&H Photo and shoot “professional” photos, right?
The guys from Mango Street Lab made the above video to prove the point. They brought their friend Justin, who’s not a pro photographer, in to use their Canon 5D Mark IV and Canon L lens to shoot a model in a studio setting. They shot the same model in the same space with a Canon Rebel T3i and a 18-55mm kit lens and the $200 40mm f/2.8 lens.
Justin did good but, as we saw, the basics in composition and perspective left a lot to be desired when you view his images next to the pro photographers’ shots. The pro shooters also did Justin a huge favor by providing him with great lighting, which is already setting up anyone with a “good” shot. I think if they put him outdoors in a more challenging lighting situation, we’d see even a bigger difference.
The point of the video is well taken though. Focus on your craft and then you will know what you really “need” to buy next.