Want to get the awesome Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 for free? There is an application for that. Sigma UK started a competition open to all UK citizen. The rules:
To enter this competition simply email your best landscape photo to email@example.com along with up to 80 words telling us how you would benefit from a 2 day landscape photography workshop. Ensure your submitted image is between 2 and 3 megabytes in size and saved in JPEG format. Please include with your entry your Name, Phone Number(s) and Postal Address. Sigma Imaging UK Ltd and Lea Tippett will select one winner from the entries and the judges’ decision is final. Closing date for entries is 31st July 2013.
Read the whole story in Sigma UK’s press release:
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EOS-1D X Digital SLR Camera
EOS-1D C Cinema EOS Camera
This showed up on Weibo, and to be honest the only hint is a barely readable label on the camera strap that may indicate a “3″. Hence, the EOS 3D. Could also be a “2″. Rumors about a high megapixel DSLR Canon is supposed to work on surface since long. Note that the camera is blurred out (may also mean something).
Absolutely non-scientific comparison by Tyson Robichaud between the Olympus 75mm f/1.8 and Canon EF 135 f/2L lenses, the former mounted on an Olympus OM-D E-M5 and Panasonic GX1, the latter on a Canon EOS 5D Mark II and Mark I. Different systems, different sensors, different worlds – but if you are interested to learn how these lenses compare then Tyson's review is right for you.