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Adorama Flashpoint 500C LED camera light Review

Adorama Flashpoint 500C LED camera light Review

It's time to get extremely bright with the Flashpoint 500C LED Light from Adorama - so bright it'll make your photo session as visible as the sun. What this unit actually consists of is 500 individual Ultra Bright 5mm LED bulbs in a lamp with 4 barndoors, a 2-way switch , two color temperatures, and a 13-foot long power cord. This unit is both extremely light and super bright, especially for the cash you're going to lay down on it.

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Nikon D4 and D800 launch dates revealed

Nikon D4 and D800 launch dates revealed

This week the folks at Nikon France have made themselves the first to tell the world when the Nikon D4, D800, and D800E would be released. Their dates match up with the few tips and rumors we've heard before for US releases, so it appears that it's time to call it in: March 15th will start sales for the Nikon D4, March 22nd will be the first day the Nikon D800 will be available, and the D800E will be up for sale starting on the 12th of April. Each of these cameras have been announced previously without solid release dates in-tact.

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PMA 2009 – Meika Digital Affordable Battery Grip for Canon 5D Mark II Hands-on

PMA 2009 – Meika Digital Affordable Battery Grip for Canon 5D Mark II Hands-on

Canon 5D mark II might have won award for its 21MP brilliant image quality at $2,699, but there are not many accessories yet worth any award. The BG-E6-battery grip is not as nice as many has expected, retailed at $380 ($275 street), it features the same old design with no significant improvement but the higher price. If you’re in market for one, hold on your horses, 3rd party battery grip for 5D mark II is coming at half the cost.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark II High ISO images samples

Canon EOS 5D Mark II High ISO images samples

You’ve seen the video clips samples and probably anxious to see how the 21.MP 5d Mark hangs on High ISO department before putting the deposit. A Norwegian photographer has posted three high ISO samples from the 5D mark II with the magic values 3200, 6400 and 12800 I thought it worth looking. I would say the noise level at ISO 3200 looks equal or better than my Mark II N at ISO 400 in average days. That’s about 3 stops better! and if the original 5D was 2 stops better than Mark II N... well, you do the math!

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