Fuji X-Pro1 2-Lens Bundle for $948 – Deal Alert

Fuji X-Pro1

Fuji X-Pro1

Adorama has the Fuji X-Pro1 with the XF 27mm f/2.8 lens and XF 35mm f/1.4 lens for $948. The X-Pro1 alone is on sale now for $799, so you essentially get these two lenses for $149 total. That’s less than you can buy the two lenses alone right now. It’s like you’re getting money back to take the X-Pro1.

Click the “Add to Bundle” buttons below the X-Pro 1 listing to add them to the bundle and see the discounts applied. Check it out here at Adorama.

Update: B&H has the same deal with everything on one page here at B&H Photo.

Canon 5D Mark III w/ EF 24-105mm f/4L Lens for $2599 – Deal Alert

Canon 5D Mark III

ebay (via GetItDigital) has the Canon 5D Mark III with the EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens for $2599.99 (reg. $3399) in limited quantity. Check it out while it lasts here on ebay.

Note: This is labeled as a gray market item and, therefore, won’t include a US warranty card. At the time of this post, ebay seller GetItDigital has a positive feedback rating of 99.6% and offers its own 1-year warranty with the camera.

Wedding Photographer Falls in Lake as Bride & Groom Walk the Aisle

Just after this bride and groom took their first few steps as husband and wife, their wedding photographer fell in the lake. I can’t help but feel sorry for this lady and really all involved.

The “Oh NO!” scream she utters as she knew what was coming is just painful. There are so many things to fear in that instance, the least of which is yourself getting wet. The damage to the camera and digital images you’ve already captured that day is certainly a concern. And, of course, as a wedding photographer, you want the day to be as little as possible about you and more about the bride, groom and their family and friends. All of that goes out the window when an accident like this happens.

I think we officially have a new top video for wedding photographer falls. The previous king of the hill being this poor photographer who took a trip into a water fountain (also during the recessional).

[via PetaPixel]