The video world became a little more interesting when the Sony NEX-VG10 was announced a few months back. First impressions are now live over at Tech Tilt. Below is a quick spot of sample footage from Tech Tilt as well. [Read more…]
The problem arises from the CMOS sensor overheating in certain temperature ranges. Sony has put together a chart that provides an idea of max recording times under certain environmental conditions. You can check it out below. [Read more…]
There’s a new version of the Nikon 24-70mm coffee cup that actually has a zooming lens barrel. I thought the others with the selectable AF/MF and image stabilization switches were pretty slick, but this is something else.
These run $27.50 at 100milligrams.com.
They’ve also got a standard version and a couple of Canon lens mugs.
For those video fans out there, I just wanted to pass along a couple of HDSLR accessories that have been announced this week.
Zacuto and Redrock Micro have developed true EVF solutions for HDSLRs like the Canon 5D Mark II, 7D and Nikon D7000. These EVFs give you the freedom that was just never possible with the old loupe solutions like the traditional Zacuto Z-Finder, and will operate via the HDMI terminal of you HDSLR. [Read more…]
You may recall the Pentax 645D announcement from earlier this year. As it stood at that time, the 40MP medium format camera was set to only be available in Japan.
Well, that seems to have changed with apparent word from Pentax USA President Ned Bunnell that the Pentax 645D will, in fact, be available later this year in the US. [Read more…]