The 36.3-megapixel full-frame Nikon D810 is more than just Nikon’s intrusion into medium format territory. It could represent your next great stepping-stone.
The Nikon D810 delivers an unprecedented level of detail and sharpness, which is due in large part to Nikon’s decision to remove the optical low pass filter. With the D810 you enjoy sharper and better low light image quality, and are able to produce beautiful noise-free images from native ISO 64 to 12,800.
If you’re into filmmaking the Nikon D810 is equally impressive, delivering stunning resolution. The D810 allows you shoot Full 1080p at 60 fps, and even high-resolution time-lapse movies at near 8K quality.
Useful features and significant specs aside, there are bigger reasons for stepping up to the Nikon D810. If you feel your best work is still out there. If you harbour visions of shooting sharper photos and more cinematic-looking videos – this is the camera that will take you to the top.
First, check out this video of Nikon’s Chris Ogenek, delivering an in-depth look at the D810, explaining in detail why this magnificent new capture device from Nikon is turning a lot of heads.
“This Godox V860 flash is unfreaking believable”
Gary Goldberg Vistek Product Manager
We’ve rarely seen Gary get this excited about a product. Gary’s your typical calm, collected product manager. He’s seen it all. But put one of these Godox flashes in his hand, and pow! Gary transforms into some maniacal ultra-hype pitch master. Check it out! Oh, and you’re going to be impressed with the Godox flash, too.
World-renowned photographer, Andrea Belluso, will hold a lighting seminar at Vistek Toronto, November 25, 2014. Because of his close relationship with Profoto and his unique lighting styles, Andrea has picked up the well-deserved moniker “The Light Shaper”.
This is your chance to see this Master in Lighting in action. You’ll learn a lot in this FREE seminar, while observing Andrea photograph a model in Vistek’s 3rd floor lighting area. While shooting, he’ll talk about the different Profoto lighting tools he uses to create different lighting moods.
As if you needed another reason to attend this seminar, Vistek is offering great deals on Profoto lighting equipment. Plus 50% off Profoto rental gear for attendees.
Space is limited. So you better reserve your seat today.
On Friday November 14 Olympus will be providing a rare opportunity to see this lens in person at our Toronto and Mississauga location. There’s maybe a handful of these lenses in Canada. Here’s your chance to see one up close. The new 40-150mmf/2.8 is big news because it provides Micro Four Thirds users with a compact, yet durable and sharp telephoto zoom lens. It has a 35mm equivalent focal length of 80-300mm for covering a wide range of telephoto lengths.
Toronto: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Register here (FREE)
Mississauga: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Register here (FREE)
The new M.ZUIKO 40-150mm f2.8 PRO is a compact, full-featured zoom that sports premium metal construction and professional-quality lens elements. It’s light in weight and fully sealed for weather protection, delivers super-sharp edge-to-edge image quality, and boasts the world’s first Dual VCM autofocus mechanism.
“Fogo Island Inn sits on an island, off an island, off of one of the four corners of the earth. Every one of the 29 one-of-a-kind guest suites has dramatic floor to ceiling windows that open onto the wildest and most powerful ocean on the planet, located less than 100 feet from your organic natural-fibre bed.”
Be honest, you were sold on it before you finished reading the first sentence. I know I was.
But, alas, it’s not to be. But for 12 lucky souls, “The Edge & Beyond” will be a trip of a lifetime. If you love the outdoors, and love the idea of capturing landscapes in a remote and unspoiled part of the world, and don’t wish to give up luxuries like world-class dining and accommodation, this could be your dream vacation.
Join internationally renowned National Geographic photographer Alex Fradkin on this 5-day photographic expedition to Fogo Island, Newfoundland. Check out the site at http://www.fogo-island-photo.com If you’re lucky, you can make it happen.