Elevating X-Trans? Fujifilm X-T2 Review
Let’s get probably the biggest differentiator out of the way right up front – the X-T2 offers 4K video, while the X-Pro2 makes do with standard HD. The addition of 4K to the X-T2 surprised us a little when we first saw it on the spec sheet, but it’s clear that Fujifilm sees this feature as an important ‘must have’ in a camera as versatile as the X-T2. The X-T2 can record video in clips up to 10min duration, or 30min when the optional power booster grip is attached.
Sigma announces pricing and availability for sd Quattro and EF-630 flash http://www.dpreview.com/news/7456364718/sigma-announces-pricing-and-availability-for-sd-quattro-and-ef-630-flash
5 Creative Tripod Tricks for video | Cinecom.net:
Wide Angle Lenses as Fast As Possible:
How a Digital Camera is Made:
EF11-24mm F4L USM Lens movie:
Lighting White Seamless Pt. 2 with Zack Arias:
Lighting White Seamless Pt. 1 with Zack Arias:
I already reported that the new Tamron SP 15-30mm f/2.8 DI VC USD full frame lens is already shipping. The lens will come in Nikon, Canon and Sony mounts. You can check the current in-stock availability at Amazon, B&H and Adorama. Here are few unboxing pictures: Thanks @etphotos!
Why I Switched from DSLR to Rangefinder: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace:
Picking a tripod by Ming Thein