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Forget 4K video, 400K ISO’s the big news! | Imaging Resource

Forget 4K video, 400K ISO’s the big news! | Imaging Resource | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it

Early this April, Sony set pulses racing with the launch of the Sony A7S mirrorless camera, a full-frame model whose name hinted at its forte: sensitivity. Thanks to much lower resolution than is typical these days -- especially for a full-frame camera -- Sony has been able to crank up the ISO sensitivity to almost unheard-of levels, gifting its latest compact system camera with some seriously impressive low-light chops. Only the Nikon D4S, a camera that costs 2.6 times as much, can match the Sony A7S at the high end of the sensitivity scale. Since the A7S' launch, we've been hearing plenty of requests to get this exciting camera in our lab -- and fear not, low-light fans, we've been listening! Our review sample of the Sony A7S has just arrived, and no sooner did it come through the door than we rushed it down to the IR Lab to get the shooting underway. And here's where we go from the good news to the great. (Drum roll, please!) Your waiting is over: Senior lab tech Luke Smith has done his thing in record time, and turned out our initial batch of First Shots, ready for your viewing pleasure!

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The SWITCH – 7 Stages of moving from Canon to the Sony A7r. | Leica BOSS

The SWITCH – 7 Stages of moving from Canon to the Sony A7r. | Leica BOSS | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it

The Leica Boss loves Leica. This is established. But this doesn’t mean I have an “M-only” view of photography.  Actually – I always shot Canon. My Dad shot Canon and I caught the “bug” from him. In 1996, I saved enough to purchase my first SLR (an EOS Elan IIe) and I received my first “Nifty 50″ in 1998. I really loved that camera! Later, my (completely unexpected) college graduation gift was a Canon D30 – a 3 megapixel beast that changed everything. A digital camera that worked like my SLR! It was a pretty wild concept around then. The local camera shop had only one available and I got it, used it.. and loved it… until it died on a glacier in Alaska, in a heavy rain (~2008)......

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BEST ENTRY LEVEL DSLR 2014 « NEW CAMERA

BEST ENTRY LEVEL DSLR 2014 « NEW CAMERA | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
We have selected the best entry level DSLR camera available in the market based on specification, price and availability of bodies and lenses. Take a look the the Best DSLR Buying guide below and as your questions from our experts.
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First Look hands-on review: Nikon Df DSLR

First Look hands-on review: Nikon Df DSLR | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it

Named the DF, the new camera is a Digital Fusion of a classic SLR style merged with the latest technology, designed to appeal to photography enthusiasts and professionals alike.


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Fine Art Photography | Thomas Menk

Fine Art Photography | Thomas Menk | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it

 

Fuji X-Pro1 samples with 35mm and 18-55mm.


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From the Nikon D70 to the D600: Video - imaging resource

From the Nikon D70 to the D600: Video - imaging resource | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it

Video shows vast improvement in ISO and low-light performance over 8-year span.


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The Impact Of Stress On Emotional Wellbeing – And How To Deal With It.

The Impact Of Stress On Emotional Wellbeing – And How To Deal With It. | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it

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Shirley Marriott's comment, May 12, 2013 3:59 PM
This is one area that I can help with. I offer a variety of therapies which will help to reduce your stress levels and give you the much needed time out even 10 minutes and I offer these therapies not only in a variety of clinics but due to the lack of time people have I can come to the office environment. During the therapy you remain fully clothed and I work with you to cause the least disruption to the work being carried out. As little as 10 minutes can make a huge difference to a persons life. We think we have not got the time but can you really afford for the negative effects of stress to build up?
WorkplaceIncentives's curator insight, May 12, 2013 11:19 PM

Stress is often seen as the result of an event. The event causes stress. However this isn't true. We as individuals have the ability to control whether or not we 'get stressed'. It is in fact our perception of any event or 'thing' that may cause us to be stressed. Should we perceive an event in a positive light or choose to frame the event constructively, we can prevent ourselves from becoming stressed. As you're reading this insight you might be thinking that it may seem like we're stating the obvious and yet so many people, probably including yourself, get stressed on a regular basis...

Jesse Wieser's curator insight, May 20, 2013 7:43 PM

My thoughts

After reading this article, I find the mini-relaxation plans suggested are a huge help when your running on little to no time and just need a quick breather. The relaxation plan in this article goes into detail about what can you do to relieve some stress in 1 minute, 2 minutes, 3 minutes, etc. which can be very helpful even trying these plans in between classes on account of the fact school can be very stressful at times. What I enjoyed the most about this article is the 2 minute relaxation plan, where I'll be taking 1 deep breath for every number I count down too since deep-breathing helps relieves stress and some of the bad toxins in your body.

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Canon unveils three PowerShot cameras, boasts wide-angle lenses and telephoto zoom - SlashGear

Canon unveils three PowerShot cameras, boasts wide-angle lenses and telephoto zoom - SlashGear | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
Canon has unveiled three new compact PowerShot cameras added to its rather expansive catalog. The models offer a variety of features aimed towards the demanding
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Visual Warmth - Daily Walks - Diane Varner

Visual Warmth - Daily Walks - Diane Varner | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
Photographs by Diane Varner on her Daily Walks along the Northern California coastline and mountain trails...seascapes, landscapes, insects, animals, found objects and macro images.
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Nikon D3200 DSLR Review - blog-canon.com

Nikon D3200 DSLR Review - blog-canon.com | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
Nikon have updated their entry-level DSLR with the launch of the D3200, going from a 14.2 megapixel sensor to 24.2, Daniel Bell gives us his opinion on the latest addition.
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NEX-5NK : NEX-5N : NEX Camera (E-mount) : Sony Malaysia

NEX-5NK : NEX-5N : NEX Camera (E-mount) : Sony Malaysia | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
Enhance your photography experience with the slim and compact α NEX-5N, which comes with a large APS-C size sensor to produce superb, high-quality images.
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mdhanafi68's comment, June 6, 2012 4:09 AM
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Would like to try mirrorless camera and compare against DSLR.
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Fujifilm X-T1 (with XF18-55mm Lens) Review

Fujifilm X-T1 (with XF18-55mm Lens) Review | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
Fujifilm X-T1 is Mirror less Digital Camera along with 18-55mm Lens. It features a 16.3 megapixels and APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor for producing high-resolution images having expandable sensitivity.

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Fujifilm X-T1 Hands-on Review - YouTube

We take a look at Fujifilm's latest X-series camera - the X-T1. It's an eagerly anticipated mirrorless camera but is it as good as people expect it to be or ...

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X not Y or Z, PerfeXtion? | Nick Draig

X not Y or Z, PerfeXtion? | Nick Draig | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it


We photographers can be a sentimental bunch. We have long and fond memories and often prefer familiarity to change. For me, as I work professionally and teach, the quality of print is and always will be my benchmark for my tools of choice. If my film and or camera can produce what my mind sees and a quality print, I am a happy photographer. Since starting with photography many years ago I chose the film that gave me the results I desired. I don't shoot much film these days, but when I do load some Medium Format or some 5 x 4 I am still comforted when I open that vivd green box. I know the quality is there and my prints will be as gorgeous as they always have been. Sentimental perhaps, nostalgic certainly, but I trust Fuji Film. Now I shoot predominantly digital but my choice of tool is no less important. I want something that not only produces the highest quality prints I am used to but is also a pleasure to carry and use. Something that compliments my style and does not fight me too much. Something that works with me and not against me. We live in an ever accelerating technological surge. New equipment is seemingly announced weekly and our choices expand to dizzying proportions. Choice is good, yet if you are like me when walking down the breakfast cereal aisle of any supermarket, too much choice can be confusing rather than helpful.........


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Greek Island - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze

Greek Island - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it


Wandering in the ancient cities of Rhodes and Lindos. Walking along the caldera in Santorini, waiting for the fabulous sunset. Traveling back in time to the apogee of the Greek civilization by standing near the entrance of the Acropolis. But also, meet the people, play cards with them, taste their homemade Porto, get lost in stone paved streets and enjoy.....


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marcpauze's comment, October 4, 2013 12:44 PM
All these photos were made with the Fuji X-Pro1, the 18-55 mm lens and a few with the 18mm fix lens.
marcpauze's comment, October 4, 2013 12:45 PM
Thanks Thomas
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New D5300 and D610 in view? - Nikon Rumors

New D5300 and D610 in view? - Nikon Rumors | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it

The D5300 will most likely be a marginal improvement over the D5200, maybe with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS functionality (just a speculation). The D610 is the more interesting development.

 


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FujiFilm X-E1 vs Leica M9 | Frank Doorhof

FujiFilm X-E1 vs Leica M9 | Frank Doorhof | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it


Let me start off by saying that I’m a FujiFilm user, I’m good friends with FujiFilm and I’ve been using all their cameras and own a FujiFilm X-E1. However I also own a Leica R4 with some lenses and I love that camera for analogue, and am also connecting those lenses to my X-E1 and soon Sony A99. In my reviews I however always try to take a 100% neutral view on the products so I have to start by saying that there was NO preference what so ever to start with and the review is 100% my honest opinion. For some time now people have been asking me “which camera should I buy, should I buy the Leica or the FujiFilm”, I always said “get the FujiFilm” for the simple reason you can buy 6-7 X-E1′s for the price of 1 Leica, and the same goes for the lenses, if your budget is unlimited that’s another story of course, but most people have to keep within a budget and with the prices of the Fuji lenses compared to the Leica lenses… well let’s say you can buy a nice collection of Fuji glass for the price of one Leica lens. But because I always want to be complete in my advise and I never shot with a digital Leica before I decided it was time to test the M9 during a small photo walk and compare the two, swap lenses etc. I only could use the Leica on one day due to the limited time I could borrow the camera, but I think when reading this you will get a good idea of what the differences are. I would love to use the system a while longer and with more lenses but for now this will have to do.....


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Using the 14, 18-55, 55-200 as travel kit in Singapore | Gerald Gay

Using the 14, 18-55, 55-200 as travel kit in Singapore | Gerald Gay | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it


For a travel kit these 3 lenses plus the 18 and 35 (as an extended kit) makes this Fuji combo the ideal lightweight and versatile (20mm - 300mm FF equivalent) bag available. Looking back, if only all my trips had been with such a light bag (XP1 & XE1 bodies) the enjoyment and output might have been much greater....


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Nikon D7100 Review

Nikon D7100 Review | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it

When I do my reviews, I like to use the camera, push it to its limits in the real world and let you analyze the results for yourself. That is why you can access all of the FULL-RES images from this review as well as download eight RAW FILES; to me it’s about giving you the samples to make your own judgments and decisions about a camera.


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CES 2013: Canon Powershot N First Look - Digital Camera Review

CES 2013: Canon Powershot N First Look - Digital Camera Review | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
CES 2013: Canon Powershot N First Look
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The Canon PowerShot N just begs you to be creative with this little camera. Seriously small, the N is designed to pack a powerful, creative punch to your images.
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Nikon's D600 DSLR brings full-frame to its lowest price yet - NBCNews.com

Nikon's D600 DSLR brings full-frame to its lowest price yet - NBCNews.com | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
Examiner.comNikon's D600 DSLR brings full-frame to its lowest price yetNBCNews.comNikon has announced the D600, a full-frame DSLR camera for professional and enthusiast photographers that, while expensive, is far cheaper than its competition.
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Canon PowerShot SX150 IS Camera | Canon PowerShot SX150 IS Camera Review - Benchmark Reviews

Canon PowerShot SX150 IS Camera | Canon PowerShot SX150 IS Camera Review - Benchmark Reviews | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
Canon PowerShot SX150 IS Camera | Canon PowerShot SX150 IS Camera ReviewBenchmark ReviewsThe Canon PowerShot SX150 IS is a 14.1-megapixel superzoom digital camera that has a wide 12x optical zoom.
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NEX-5NK : NEX-5N : NEX Camera (E-mount) : Sony Malaysia

NEX-5NK : NEX-5N : NEX Camera (E-mount) : Sony Malaysia | Capturing Picture | Scoop.it
Enhance your photography experience with the slim and compact α NEX-5N, which comes with a large APS-C size sensor to produce superb, high-quality images.
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mdhanafi68's comment, June 6, 2012 4:09 AM
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mdhanafi68's comment, June 6, 2012 4:09 AM
Would like to try mirrorless camera and compare against DSLR.