SanDisk Debuts The Ludicrous & ‘World’s Highest Capacity’ SD Card
SanDisk has taken SD storage up to 1000x when it began as with their new high capacity 512 GB SD card. But should you get one?
Sony’s Curved Sensor Tech To Make Its Debut In Early 2015
We have talked about Sony’s revolutionary new curved sensor tech a few times now. It seems the technology is farther along than I personally thought it was, and according to a couple of new rumors, this tech could be seen in the market as soon as early 2015.
Nikon D800s, Canon 7D Replacement May Make Debuts Sooner Than Previously Thought…
Two interesting rumors have hit the webs over the last several days. One concerning a possible announcement of the D800s within the next week or two, and the other concerning a possible August announcement of Canon’s 7D replacement.
Canon Could Debut New 100-400mm F/4.5-5.6L Replacement Later This Year
Tamron recently released their new 150-600mm lens to much fanfare, and it seems that Canon took notice and may have a replacement for their own 100-400mm F/4.5-5.6 in the works.
‘Human Debris’ – Photographer Creates Beautiful Sculptures From Beach Trash
‘Human Debris’ is a commentary on what humans leave in the natural landscape.
Debuts Today! The Making of a Music Video for ‘Lights & Motion’
Fredrik Sellergren took some time to talk to us about his latest music video that he shot for “Lights & Motion,” for their new video that was released today called, “The March.”
Canon To Debut New ‘Global Shutter’ Tech Into Upcoming DSLR?
For as long as there has been DSLR video, there has been the issue of rolling shutter. You know, that odd effect where the video gets all wobbly and bendy if you pan too fast one way or the other. It has become sort of an accepted drawback of using DSLRs for video, but it appears that Canon may be looking to change that…
Lexar Debuts CFast 2.0 Card, Boasts 500MB/s Transfer Speeds
CFast cards are still the bleeding edge of memory card technology from a speed perspective. Today Lexar announced their own entry into that market with the Lexar 3333x CFast 2.0 card.