A few weeks ago, I asked Canon users what they wanted to see in the Canon 5D Mark III (or whatever it’s called). Better autofocus, enhanced AEB options and dual CF card slots were some of the popular requests for Canon.
The Nikon D700 is a bit of a different animal though. It’s got great AF, but no video options. The photo purists out there would probably be happy to keep it that way; however, I suspect that the inclusion of HD video capture on the D3s likely signals that the smaller-bodied, full frame D700 replacement will get a dose of HD video as well. [click to continue…]
While speaking with a Canon rep at CES last week, I jokingly asked if I could see the new 5D Mark III?
We started talking about how much I’ve enjoyed my 5D Mark II. And, then, he asked what I would want to see in the 5D Mark II’s successor? [click to continue…]
B&H Photo has a solid deal on the Nikon D90 for $789 for the body only.
You can also pick up a kit with the D90 and 18-105mm VR lens for $1025.
Finally, you can take advantage of an instant rebate and get the D90, 18-105mm VR and 70-300mm VR lens for $1395. The Nikon 70-300mm VR lens currently runs $540 by itself, so the rebate can save you real money.
To top it all off, B&H has free overnight shipping to get it to you in time for Christmas.
Amazon has the same prices for the Nikon D90, but with free 2-day shipping, so your time is a little more limited there.
This post is a little further off-topic than I usually stray; however, it’s the weekend and I thought it might be fun to share my wish list with all of you, and maybe you can do the same in the comments. Obviously, these items are subject to my personal taste and preferences, so take all of this with a grain of salt. If you’re looking for some meaningful photography content, just skip this altogether. [click to continue…]