Man, I remember when the Canon 30D was TOP NOTCH. Seems not too long ago. How quickly time flies. Also at 6:50 in the video, can anybody tell me where this is in Hong Kong? I’ve been there before while roaming the streets but I can’t seem to find it again.
This is so ridiculous. Leica teamed up with photographer Ralph Gibson to put out a limited edition M-Monochrom b&w camera that costs $28,000. The regular Leica M-Monochrom is $8000.
I’ve been looking at Gordy’s Camera Straps for my Fujifilm X100s. This video sort of seals the deal for me. Love the fact that these are made in the USA with great materials. Really affordable leather straps that look great. Not to mention, a ton of versions available for all sorts of camera sizes. I’m […]
More video from the Edgertronic. Wow, that glass shattering effect is so fast that even at 2500fps it happens instantly on replay. And if you’re curious what that small glass shattering tool is, it’s the super-affordable ResQMe keychain. A life-saver.
Have you seen this promo video yet? It’s the same camera used in Tested.com’s high-speed airbag deployment video. Quality and resolution here seem a lot better than Tested.com’s video, so I take back everything I said about this camera not being so great.
In an ad for the Sony QX100, the camera maker asked a photographer to film inside one of the world’s largest model railroads known as Northlandz. Sony put together an interactive minisite to go along with this video allowing you to see what the train sees as it travels in and out of tunnels and […]