B&H has the Joby Action Base Kit for $49.95 (reg. $99.95) right now. This kit includes GoPro and action cam accessories like a Gorillapod Action Tripod, Floating Action Grip and Gpod Mini Magnetic Tripod, along with GoPro mounts and an action camera bag that holds the accessories and a GoPro camera. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
People are just nasty on the Internet. [Read more…]
Tamron has officially announced its new 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD lens for Canon and Nikon mounts. The lens is built for APS-C models and features a 35mm equivalent zoom range of 28.8-640mm, which is quite incredible for an all-in-one DSLR lens. Kudos to Tamron for bringing such a lens to market. [Read more…]
The Canon 6D Mark II has been a very leaky camera. Now, we’ve got photos and leaked specs of the upcoming camera.
The specs confirm basically what we’ve been seeing for awhile now. I think this is looking like one of the best Canon DSLR releases since the Canon 7D.
Canon 6D Mark II Leaked Specifications
- 26.2MP Full Frame CMOS Sensor
- Dual Pixel AF
- 45-point AF (all cross-type)
- ISO 40,000 max sensitivity (up to ISO 102,400 extended)
- Full HD with 5-axis electronics image stabilization
- 3-inch Vari-angle LCD
- Dimensions: 144 x 110.5 x 74.8mm
- Weight: 765g
More images below. [Read more…]
The Sigma 14mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art lens retails for $1599, while the Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art lens retails for $1299. Both lenses begin shipping this month, although Nikon shooters will have to wait until July for the 24-70mm lens in their mount.
The savings are noteworthy over first-party brands. For instance, the Canon EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM lens retails for $2099 with a one and third stop handicap to the Sigma lens. Likewise, the Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM lens retails for $1899 and doesn’t offer image stabilization like the Sigma lens.
You can find the Sigma 14mm f/1.8 DG HSM lens here at B&H Photo.
And, you can find the Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM lens here at B&H Photo.
In the last rumor update on the Canon 6D Mark II, I was hoping that the 6D Mark II would come in at or below the $2100 price point of the original Canon 6D. New credible info from Canon Rumors reveals that the retail price will be $1,999 when it is officially unveiled next week!
While the 6D Mark II doesn’t look like it has the whiz-bang video features of the 5D Mark IV, it looks like it has some serious chops as a still image shooter. It’s rumored to be a full frame DSLR with a 26MP sensor with a 45-point AF system with all cross-type points.
Of course, the 1080/60p video capture on the full frame sensor is going to do well enough, it’s not quite cutting edge as a 2017 HDSLR. With the updated AF, high-res full frame sensor and sub-$2,000 price, it looks like a well-timed and welcome photography tool at a substantially-discounted price from the state-of-the-art 5D Mark IV.
We should know everything for certain next week on the 6D Mark II’s expected announcement date of June 29.