Posts in Category: Industry News

Profoto Canada Inauguration Event

Profoto Light Shaping

Profoto Canada Managing Director Jae-Hong Park

Profoto Canada officially launched its Canadian operations with a splashy event at Toronto’s Historic Berkeley Church last Wednesday. The space was buzzing with a who’s-who of local photographers, celebrities, models and industry people, all enjoying an evening of food, hobnobbing and of course the wonderful discussion by iconic photographer Russell James…

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Say hello to the new Fujifilm X-T10

Fujifilm X-T10

Hot off the production line, the X-T10 Compact System Camera is Fujifilms’s newest addition to their very successful “X Series” line of mirrorless cameras. 

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What looks like a DSLR but records like a high-end camcorder?

XC10 09 TOP AXC10 09 TOP AXC10 01 FSL AThe best of both worlds — Canon’s new XC10.

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The Canon C300 according to Mark II.

EOS C300 Mark II RIGHT 24-105 f4L LCD Monitor UpOn the outside, other than a redesigned top handle, the Mark II doesn’t look significantly different than its predecessor. It’s the inside — the heart & soul of a camera — where the real transformation has taken place. And what a transformation!

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Breaking the speed barrier.

The Nikon 1 J5 has a name befitting a rocket. It sure handles like one. Speed-wise, this little pocket rocket from Nikon can blast away at 20 frames per second. There isn’t a DSLR on the market that it can’t lap twice over.

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When operating at 20 fps, you need an autofocus system that can keep up. Nikon has come through with their cutting-edge 105 phase-detection system, which operates at a blistering rate that makes ‘blink of an eye’ sound slow.

Incredibly, speed is just one of the J5’s many attributes. It shoots 20.8-megapixel photos, 1080/60p videos, time-lapse and slow-motion sequences, HDR (High Dynamic Range) images. Plus, you can pair it with any 1 NIKKOR lens, or add the optional FT-1 Mount Adapter and use NIKKOR DSLR lenses. Other features include a 180° tilting touch screen, full manual control, new onboard effects and even built-in WiFi and Near Field Communication (NFC).

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