Nikon D4000

The word on the proverbial DSLR street is that Nikon will be announcing a new DSLR soon, the Nikon D4000.  Details are sketchy, if available at all. So what would a D4000 look like? Well, for starters, we can assume it’s slated to fit in the line-up between the D3000 [...] Read more »

Canon 1Ds MkIV Square Sensor

Yet another CanonRumors post on the 1Ds MkIV, this time with a really revolutionary bit of information… a square sensor for the 1Ds MkIV. I had to think about this one when I first read it.  Actually, I’m still thinking about it.  My gut says this one is going nowhere. [...] Read more »

40 MILLION! — Canon celebrates The Production of The 40 millionth EOS-series SLR camera


LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., May 13, 2010 — Canon Inc. announced today the achievement of a new camera-manufacturing milestone as combined production of the company’s EOS-series film and digital single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras passed the 40-million mark. Production of the EOS SLR camera first began in 1987 at Canon Inc.’s Fukushima [...] Read more »

Digic V In The 1Ds MkIV & 60D

Canonrumors has posted information they’ve received that Digic IV may already be being phased out in favor of Digic V for the upcoming Canon 60D and Canon 1Ds Mk IV. Interesting if this is the case.  To move technology in the middle of a line-up for a given series is [...] Read more »



Models Provide DSLR Performance, Full HD Video, Sweep Panorama, APS-C sensor and Low-Light Capability in an Unprecedented Compact Design SAN DIEGO, May 10, 2010 – Sony today introduced two innovative α (alpha) compact interchangeable lens digital cameras (models NEX-5 and NEX-3) that provide the quality of a digital SLR in [...] Read more »

Canon 135 f1.8L IS is saying they have word that a new Canon 135 f1.8L IS is coming.  Possibly, an f2.0L IS if not f1.8L IS. Either way… SCHWING! This Canon 135 f2.0L is a favourite with many shooters.  It’s a great portrait lens, fast with a beautiful bokeh.   Nothing like a [...] Read more »

George Steinmetz :: Motorized Paraglider Photographer


According to Photojojo, George Steinmetz offers a rare and yet new angle in photography with his motorized paraglider. His images are definitely breathtaking. He sometimes refers to his apparatus as a “flying lawn chair.” We know you’ll find his perspective to be above the clouds… Read More…(New Yorker) Read More…(Photography [...] Read more »

Apple’s Flash in the Pan


Recently, Apple’s Steve Jobs addressed reasons why Adobe Flash is not the technology of choice for his iPhone and iPad. This was followed by a response from Adobe. Now, it’s being reported that Apple is developing something is an alternative to Flash code-named “Giandula” known as a sweet chocolate or [...] Read more »