2. May 2012 22:39
Light Laser and Sound trigger for your camera.
Check out all of the versions at their site.
1. May 2012 08:25
Total Control from Capture-to-Delivery
The new Leaf Credo lets you shoot anywhere.
Featuring a high resolution 1.15 MP, 3.2” touch screen, Leaf Credo enables you to view, inspect and edit your images under all kinds of challenging lighting conditions, both in-studio and outdoors. Its powerful processor allows you to verify fine details instantly with excellent color rendition and tonal gradations with 16 million colors.
The touch screen's wide format aspect ratio allows plenty of space for histograms, highlight warnings and to display EXIF data right next to the image.
Its touch screen is extended and covers a larger area beyond the LCD, giving a new innovative handling experience, which enables precise control without touching the actual display area.
The Leaf Credo series of digital camera backs deliver legendary Leaf image quality along with speed and versatility that are second to none.
Available in 80, 60 and 40MP versions.
The Leaf Credo 80 offers the best price-performance ratio of any 80 MP single-shot capture device, allowing you to take your photography further by capturing the highest quality, single- shot images possible. The sensor provides the ability to record the finest detail, eliminating the need to use cumbersome multi-shot solutions.
Click here for more information on the Leaf Credo.
Click here to book a hands-on demonstration or to learn about upgrade offers.
29. April 2012 14:35
I've been going through some old Polaroids and images that have been sitting in a pile waiting to be scanned and archived.
Here is one such Pola and tech tech info written on the back.
More to come.
21. April 2012 11:40
Rock and Roll Icons-Photographs Patrick Harbron
NY Pub Library for Performing Arts
40 Lincoln Plaza NY NY
17. April 2012 00:33
Singular Software, a developer of workflow automation applications for video production, is pleased to announce its multi-award winning PluralEyes software now offers full support for the upcoming Adobe Creative Suite 6 software. Available for Mac and Windows, PluralEyes leverages the built-in capability in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 video editing software to export and re-import XML data for seamless project exchange. Users will be able to download the PluralEyes integration component for Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 through the Adobe Exchange, its new online extension and plug-in marketplace.<
Attendees to NAB 2012 can see the upcoming version of PluralEyes for Adobe Creative Suite 6 in the Plug-in Pavilion at booth SL2426.
PluralEyes Multi-Camera and Dual-System Audio Workflow Time saver
PluralEyes dramatically accelerates the workflow for multi-camera, multi-take and dual-system audio productions. By analyzing audio information, PluralEyes synchronizes audio and video clips automatically, without the need for time-code, clappers or other special preparation. The one-click ‘sync video clips’ and ‘replace audio’ capabilities provide simple and accurate synchronization of media regardless of project type or size.
At NAB 2012, Adobe will reveal more about Creative Suite 6 video tools, which are expected to ship in the first half of 2012. Redesigned by and for editors, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 combines faster performance with a sleek, customizable user interface and powerful trimming tools that let editors work the way they want to.
30. March 2012 08:22
*Lens Construction:21 Elements in 15 Groups *Angle of View:27.9-9.5 degrees *Number of blades:9 pcs *Minimum Aperture:F22 *Minimum Focusing Distance:80cm / 31.5in. *Maximum Magnification:1:6.4 *Filter Size:Diameter77mm *Dimensions:Diameter 86.4mm×Length 197.6mm / 3.4in.× 7.8 in. *Weigh:TBD
. It’s been long-awaited, and will be available starting in Canon mounts for a street price of $1,099 next week. Sigma and Nikon mounts will be available at the end of April.