PowerShot D20 Digital Camera in stock at B&H – Limited Quantity

The water and shock-proof PowerShot D20 (with GPS!) is in stock at B&H at limited quantity for $349 (click here). Core specs:

  • 12.1Mp High-Sensitivity CMOS Sensor
  • 3.0″ Pure Color System LCD
  • 28mm Wide-Angle Lens
  • Waterproof and Shockproof
  • Temperature Resistant Down to 14 Degrees
  • GPS Tracker
  • 5x Optical Zoom
  • Intelligent IS
  • DIGIC 4 Image Processor
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Memory Card Deal at Adorama – Just for 24 Hours (+ an EOS 7D kit deal too)

UPDATE: EOS 7D deal is over, price for the memory cards raised slightly.

The EOS 7D kit bundles two 4GB CF Memory Cards (total of 8GB), a spare Canon LP-E6 Battery, a slinger Camera Bag, Visible Dust EZ Sensor Cleaning Kit, Red Giant Adorama Production Bundle for PC/Mac ($599.00 Retail Value) for just $1,278.33 (click here).

The memory card deal starts today Monday 4/30 at 10:30 EST and runs for 24 hours, until Tuesday 5/1 at 10:30 EST. So, just for one day. Good deal if you need more memory storage for your camera. The following memory cards are offered:

 

 

EOS 5D Mark III, news and reviews round-up (vs D800, and free LR presets)

Credits: Mike Kobal

Ok, let us start with some EOS 5D Mark III vs Nikon D800 stuff. Photographer Mike Kobal got both cams in his hands and shares his impressions. Optical Viewfinder: slightly brighter on the 5D Mark III; mirror/shutter: a bit louder on the D800 (click here for audio file 5d3 vs d800 in continuous shooting mode, click here for silent mode); Auto-Focus: 5D3 little bit faster, nails AF almost immediately; sensor aspect ratio: D800 has crop modes and aspect ratio can be set, useful when you have to shot in aspect ratios different from 2:3. Mike’s conclusion: The D800 will appeal to the Studio/commercial photographer with the occasional photo-journalistic assignment, the 5D3 will appeal to the location oriented commercial photographer, the photo journalist and the wedding photographer. More after the jump.

 

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