Cloud storage is everywhere. From data backup, image sharing, music streaming, and even full operating systems, it is becoming difficult to find a company without it.
While the number of heavy users may be relatively small at the moment, expect this number to quickly increase with new music streaming options from heavy players like Google, Sony, and Apple, large increases in portable tablet sales, and even a push from Google for a completely cloud based OS.
There is an obvious lack of wide aperture lenses for Canon & Nikon’s 50mm equivalent focal length for cropped sensor cameras. While canon has some great L lenses in this category such as the 24mm f/1.4L and the 35mm 1.4L, these lenses are often over $1,500 placing them out of reach of most prosumer camera owners. Sigma has come to the rescue though offering quite a few lenses in this range, most notably though, the Sigma 30mm f/1.4.
Over the last several months, we have seen a number of DSLR cameras surface. What we have not seen is any movement on the prosumer/pro models of APS-C & Full frame cameras in recent years and as a result, there are quite a few rumors cerculating around on what to expect. Here are some basics of what to expect.
Regardless of your photographic abilities, we all have photos we need to store and share. Whether we are preserving memories, sharing new photos of our children or family, showing off some recent highlights, or demoing photographs for a client, we all have a need for networked storage.
Let’s face it, lenses get expensive. Great quality glass with a large maximum aperture does not come cheap, and purchasing a collection to cover a variety of focal lengths will quickly max out most budgets. Lets look at a couple tips to find lenses at a discount.
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The two most popular reasons for shooting video with a DSLR camera are low light capabilities and depth of field. While the large format sensors of DSLRs help make this possible, it is really the lens that dictates whether these results may be achieved.
Lenses are expensive and great lenses cost even more. While DSLR prices have fallen to the point where great cameras may be purchased under the $1000 threshold, professional glass prices begin at $1000. Even so, we have found several lenses for Canon APS-C cropped sensor cameras that achieve professional results for a discounted price.
Lenses are expensive and great lenses cost even more. While DSLR prices have fallen to the point where great cameras may be purchased under the $1000 threshold, professional glass prices begin at $1000. Even so, we have found several lenses for Nikon APS-C cropped sensor cameras that achieve professional results for a discounted price.