The new Sony Alpha A7S with a Zeiss CP.2 lens in a shoulder rig. http://bhpho.to/1jUss0w
Tokina has unveiled two ultra-wide-angle zoom lenses as part of their new Cinema ATX line. The two lenses, the 11-16mm T3.0 and 12-28mm T3.0, are re-engineered versions of their popular AT-X 11-16mm f/2.8 and 16-28mm f/2.8 Pro FX lenses, respectively. Both lenses feature the same optical performance as their DSLR counterparts, but feature rugged all-metal cinema housings, complete with standard 0.8 pitch lens gears for use with follow focuses, de-clicked aperture ring, and easy-to-read distance scales for focus pullers.
(Unveiled: Tokina Cinema ATX Wide-Angle Zoom Lenses via B&H Explora)
Announcing the #SonyA7s Full Frame Mirrorless Digital Camera with support for 4K video!
"…seeing images in your mind that don’t exist in real time is still one of the greatest challenges."
(From Film Cameras to Glowing LCDs: Night Photography, with Lance Keimig via B&H Explora)
#GoPro Hero3+ (at B&H Photo Video)
GoPro recently announced three new housings, a flex arm, and two free apps. The Blackout Housing, the Gooseneck, the Frame, and the Dual HERO System are the latest accessories from the company, known for their wearable action/underwater cameras, and the GoPro Studio and GoPro App are available as free downloads.
(Bike, Board, Skydive, and More with New Mounts and Software from GoPro via B&H Explora)
In the late Seventies, I found these carnivals alluring and disquieting, and began to photograph them for a series I titled “Carnival World.” This was in the era of film cameras and darkrooms.
(How I Got The Shot: Lynn Sloan, Zambora B&H Explora)
Designed specifically for the unique demands of the motion picture industry, the EOS-1D C Camera from Canon is a breakthrough in hybrid HDSLR technology—able to record stills, 4K and Full HD video, to either two on-board CF cards or uncompressed Full HD to outboard recorders!
Save $2,000 Instantly! #Canon EOS-1D C Camera (Body Only)
"The xMac Pro Server essentially transforms a new Mac Pro into a rack-mountable workstation computer…" (via Plug Your Mac Pro into the New Sonnet xMac Pro Server | explora)