DSLR

LockCircle is the ultimate Canon DSLR body cap

LockCircle is the ultimate Canon DSLR body cap

If you have a DSLR camera from Canon, you are familiar with the body cap that is made from plastic and goes onto the body of the camera to keep dust out of the sensor when you store it with no lens. Anyone that has tried to put that cap on or take it off when shooting in the cold where you have to wear gloves will know how big a pain putting that cap on and off can be. You may just be the sort that thinks your camera costing hundreds (or thousands) of dollars might need a cap that is made of more robust materials.

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Nikon AF-S DX Micro NIKKOR 40mm f/.8G Announced As New Affordable Macro Lens

Nikon AF-S DX Micro NIKKOR 40mm f/.8G Announced As New Affordable Macro Lens

Nikon announced a new lightweight and affordable macro lens for DX-format shooters called the AF-S DX Micro NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G lens. The new glass is versatile and ideal for extreme close-ups as well as general portraiture and HD movies with stunning sharpness and flattering bokeh.

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iPhone 4 Turns Into A DSLR With New Photojojo Case

iPhone 4 Turns Into A DSLR With New Photojojo Case

Photojojo always comes up with some fun gadgets and accessories for photography enthusiasts and this time they've managed to produce a case that will turn your iPhone 4 into a DSLR camera. The new case is simply called the iPhone SLR Mount and allows you to attach any of your Canon or Nikon SLR lenses.

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First photo of production Sony Alpha A77 and A65 DSLRs surface

First photo of production Sony Alpha A77 and A65 DSLRs surface

The first photo of two new production Sony DSLR cameras has been posted up. The image you see below has both the Sony A77 and A65 digital cameras that were planned originally for a July unveil. The announcement was pushed until August after the Japanese disasters a few months back. The Sony A77 is said to be the new top of the line for APS-C models and will replace the A700.

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Canon EOS Rebel T3 Lens Kits Now Available In Three Exclusive Colors

Canon EOS Rebel T3 Lens Kits Now Available In Three Exclusive Colors

If you've been looking around for a powerful entry-level digital SLR camera then you've probably come across the Canon EOS Rebel T3 at some point. It's priced and featured to be a great choice for beginners as well as for budget-conscious enthusiasts. And today, it gets three new body colors to really make it stand out from the rest.

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Sony Alpha A35: 16.2MP continuous-autofocus DSLR

Sony Alpha A35: 16.2MP continuous-autofocus DSLR

Sony's NEX-C3 isn't the company's only new camera today; there's also the Sony α35, a 16.2-megapixel DSLR replacing the A33. Using the same Exmor APS HD CMOS as the C3, the A35 can shoot 1080i HD AVCHD movies and up to ISO12800 shots, using its full-time, continuous autofocus system thanks to Sony's translucent mirror technology.

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Camera Lens Cap Holder will keep you from losing your lens cap

Camera Lens Cap Holder will keep you from losing your lens cap

I use a Nikon DSLR most of the time when I am shooting photos. The thing I always seem to misplace is the lens cap. I have had it fall out of my pocket several times while moving around taking photos and my wife always lays it somewhere when she uses the camera and can't find it later. I have spent much more time than I ever wanted to searching for my lens cap. A cool new product has landed on Kickstarter that will prevent lost lens caps if it gets the needed funds.

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Sony NEX C3 Camera, First Images Leaked

Sony NEX C3 Camera, First Images Leaked

A few images have been uncovered today of the Sony NEX-C3, the likely successor to the discontinued Sony NEX-3. The NEX-C3 will have Sony’s E-mount lens system so that you can use DSLR lenses and is reported to have the same 16.2-megapixel sensor that is used in the Sony A55 DSLR. The NEX-C3 comes with a new external flash, HD video recording capability, and unique tilt LCD screen on the back.

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Nikon D5100 DSLR packs ISO 102,400, Full HD, built-in effects

Nikon D5100 DSLR packs ISO 102,400, Full HD, built-in effects

Nikon's latest DSLR is official, the D5100, promising Full HD video recording, 16.2-megapixel stills, and fancy features like in-camera HDR photography, ISO 102,400 for extreme low-light shots, and effects like selective color sampling. The Nikon D5100 also gets the company's EXPEED 2 engine, along with a vari-angle 3-inch monitor and 4fps continuous shooting.

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Geek builds DIY iPhone hotshoe attachment for DSLR

Geek builds DIY iPhone hotshoe attachment for DSLR

There are so many apps for the iPhone that you can find something to do just about anything you can think up. If you are a photographer there are bunches of apps that you can get on your iPhone that will turn your device into a light meter and a lot more. I can see the need to mount the iPhone to your camera if it is your light meter.

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Canon Exec: Mirrorless is the reserve of DSLR failures

Canon Exec: Mirrorless is the reserve of DSLR failures

A Canon exec has accused Micro Four Thirds and mirrorless camera manufacturers of entering the segments because their mainstream DSLR models were market failures. Canon's European head of consumer imaging, Rainer Fuehres, told Amateur Photographer that the company had no need to look to Micro Four Thirds or similar, because it had no issues selling either DSLRs or compact cameras.

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Canon opts into Intel Thunderbolt

Canon opts into Intel Thunderbolt

Canon has thrown in its support for Intel's Thunderbolt technology, joining a list of external drive and A/V interface companies already onboard. According to Hiroo Edakubo, Group Executive of Canon's Video Products Group, the company is "excited about Thunderbolt technology and feel it will bring new levels of performance and simplicity to the video creation market."

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