This is just a little & funny video that fakes some sort of “Photographic Olympics”. “photographic” not because the best existing gear is used to shot pics, but because the gear is used to do the game. So, while you are waiting for the Summer Olympics in London to start, you may fantasize on what you could/would/may/will do to your photographic gear next time a picture doesn’t come out as you wanted, or you missed the shot of your life. The video was made by Canada based seller The Camera Store, and – no! – no working gear was used in the video. :-) This is not the first video of the sort made by these guys. You can watch an older one below. Have fun, and a nice day (or night)!
Hallo an Alle! Amazon Germany has the EOS 5D Mark III (body only) ready for pre-order for €3.299 (click here). No word about when it will ship. Click here for a review in German. More EOS 5D Mark III info in German: heise.de (click here), digitalkamera.de (click here), testberichte.de (click here).
World-wide order/pre-order options:
Adobe just released the first major update to the latest iteration of Lightroom, it’s release 4.1 [thanks for the anonymous indication, but the post was already scheduled]. There are many bug fixes, and some added cameras and lenses. The new supported Canon cameras are the EOS 5D Mark III, the EOS-1D X, the EOS 60Da and the PowerShot G1 X. The newly supported lenses are the CanonEF 35mm f/2, Sigma APO 50-150mm F2.8 EX DC OS HSM, Tokina AT-X 107 AF DX Fish-Eye 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5, Tokina AT-X PRO FX 16-28mm f/2.8 and Tokina AT-X PRO FX 17-35mm f/4. Lightroom 4 was reviewed by DPreview (click here).
Download Lightroom 4.1 update for Windows (click here) and for Mac (click here). Together with the LR update, Adobe released updates for Adobe Camera Raw (ver. 7.1, Windows and Mac) and Adobe DNG Converter (rel. 7.1, Windows and Mac)
Amazon US (through Cameta Camera) has just
9 7 Canon BG-E11 battery grips available for $379. If you’re looking for this battery grip for your brand new EOS 5D Mark III, and if you don’t want to wait on a pre-order list, then this is the deal for you. Just nine (9) seven (7) items left. Free shipping in the US. The live-ticker below checks for possible BG-E11 deals on eBay.
Japanese band Androp made this music clip using 250 EOS 60D cameras, mounted on a steel frame and interconnected through a computer. The cams were not used to shot pics, but the mounted flashes were used to make up a big pixel screen. Being driven by a computer, the flashes can produce any light pattern you may wish. Ah, the song is called “Bright Siren”. There is just one thing that’s not clear to me: why the heck did they use all those cameras for their lighting FX?
The EOS 60D is a great DSLR. Check here to see the latest pics uploaded to Flickr, and/or check the live-ticker below for possible EOS 60D deals: