New Canon Video Creator Kits released and available (Canon EOS M6 and Rebel T7i)

Canon video creator kits

New Canon Video Creator Kits are available and ready to ship. The new Canon Video Creator Kits are build around the EOS M6 and Rebel T7i.

The kits are designed to get users shooting almost right away, and include standard kit zoom lenses, an 18-55mm for the T7i and a 15-45mm for the M6, which offer coverage for some of the most commonly used focal lengths. On top of this, the kits pack in a RØDE VideoMic GO on-camera microphone for capturing cleaner audio and a 32GB SDHC memory card for storage.

The new Canon Video Creator Kits are available at Adorama | B&H Photo. The new Video Creator Kits are not yet available on Amazon US.

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Canon EXPO Paris 2015 set-up time-lapse

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Storm chasing photographer captures “the most beautiful weather phenomenon”

Storm chaser and photographer Nicolaus Wegner made “Art of the Storm”, a jaw-dropping time-lapse movie about what Wegner calls “one of the most beautiful weather phenomenon” he has ever seen. Wegner’s description:

An amazing stationary supercell was produced over the Black Hills of South Dakota near Rapid City on June 1, 2015. I was fortunate enough to have the entire event unfold right in front of me over the course of several hours. Truly one of the most beautiful natural weather phenomenon I have ever witnessed.

The time-lapse was shot with 1 second intervals using a Canon EOS 5D Mark III and a wide angle lens.

Screenshot from the video