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If you’re looking to buy a more advanced DSLR from Canon, you’d probably consider the EOS 7D Mark II or 5D Mark III. Although they’re different cameras, they both a good set of features for the budding amateur enthusiast photographer or professionals. …
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A few months ago the NHL began using GoPro’s to capture incredible POV shots for game promo, but starting this weekend players will be wearing the action cameras on the ice during the NHL All-Star Skills Competition and Sunday’s All-Star game.
Although GoPro’s have long been a fixture in individual action sports such as skateboarding, snowboarding and surfing—this deal with the NHL is the first time GoPro is working with a professional sports league, and the POV shots are pretty incredible.
“I think it would be very interesting for the viewer to get a better understanding of what I see and how I track pucks,” Henrik Lundqvist, goaltender for the New York Rangers says in the video. More like awesome, Henrik.
Check out the footage from the ice in the video above.
Tamron has announced availability and pricing for its much-anticipated 15-30mm F/2.8 stabilized wide angle zoom. Set for availability on January 30th in Canon and Nikon mounts with Sony to follow later, the lens will retail for $1199. Read more
On the eve of the Super Bowl, legendary US-based sports publication ‘Sports Illustrated’ has laid off its remaining six full-time staff photographers. According to Sports Illustrated director of photography Brad Smith, speaking to News Photographer Mag…
The six remaining photographers lost their jobs yesterday
Another photo department at a major magazine has blinked out of existence—a story that is all too common in today’s media world. According to NPAA, yesterday the six remaining staff photographers at Sports Illustrated lost their jobs as Time Inc. undergoes major restructuring.
“Unfortunately economic circumstances are such that it has cut the six staff photographers,” Brad Smith, Sports Illustrated’s Director of Photography, told the NPAA. ” Smith said that he hoped the six photographers would continue to contribute to the magazine “under slightly different circumstances.”
“Our commitment to photography hasn’t changed,” he said. “We’re still going to cover games, we’re going to shoot portraits, we’re going to cover Olympics, we’ll be at the Final Four, we will be at championships, we’ll be there.”
The photographers who lost their jobs yesterday include: Robert Beck, Simon Bruty, Bill Frakes, David E. Klutho, John W. McDonough, and Al Tielemans.
Samsung has released a major firmware update for the NX1. Announced earlier this month, firmware v1.2 bring additional features, increased customization and several menu refinements. DPReview was one of the organizations that p…