Novelty items for DSLR fans are fast becoming popular. There’s the famous lens mug, the lens pillow, lens bracelet and there’s a camera-shaped speaker. There was even a Canon 7D piggy bank. Now there’s another piggy bank designed for DSLR devotees – this time of the Canon EOS 350D.
Yep, I know all about how popular the iPhone has become to snap everyday photos. Now you can take it to the next level by getting this iPhone 4 lens mount, which will allow you to mount your favorite Canon or Nikon DSLR lenses onto your precious iPhone.
Almost all of the bags and cases that I’ve seen for SLRs are either black or brown and just plain boring. While I get that it’s for practicality’s sake, it does very little for aesthetics, which I’m sure, matters to a lot of people.
I don’t know anything about photography other than I have to remember the SD card, I need a charged battery, and if in manual mode on my DSLR just turn knobs until the light meter says I have a decent exposure.
When I first got my Nikon DSLR years back, I worried that I would drop the camera. After using it for a few months, it turned out that dropping the camera was far less likely than setting that stupid removable lens cap down and forgetting it.
Sony’s been in the news quite a lot lately, but not for anything good. It’s been a while and finally the PlayStation Network is slowly coming back online. Needless to say that this wasn’t Sony’s finest hour.
I’ve been thinking about investing in a good DSLR for a long time now, but I never really committed or made good on it. First, because I don’t know squat about ISOs and post-processing. And second, because I get intimidated to pieces whenever I walk inside the camera shop and see rows and rows of huge, black SLRs just waiting to be lifted back home.
There really is an app for everything for the iPhone. If you are the sort that likes to take pictures you can get apps that will work for checking the light levels in the room so you can get the perfect exposure.
Personally, I’d never pay extra money for a special-edition DSLR, no matter who sponsors it – especially a mid-level model like this Pentax. This is a Pentax K-r that comes with a special limited edition, the Bonnie Pink model.
I am a big shooter of blurry pics when it comes to needing anything other than an exposure on my DSLR that is more than a fraction of a second. I am seemingly incapable of holding the camera still to take a decent manual photo in anything other than bright light.
We’ve seen our fair share of hidden cameras, but this is one camera that seems to hide in plain sight. The Chobi Cam One camera is so small, you’ll hardly believe that it actually takes pictures and videos too.
Have you ever taken a picture without using your hands? No, I’m not talking about setting the timer and having the shutter go off after a predetermined amount of time – you still use your hands for that.
Fancy shooting video with your DSLR? When you’re shooting still images with a DSLR, there really isn’t much of an issue with using the viewfinder to see what you’re snapping pictures of. However, with the rise of DSLRs that also shoot HD video, even the LCD screens on the cameras don’t quite cut it.