Some people prefer to use a wide camera angle so they can see more of the field, while others prefer a narrower angle so they can focus more on their own car. Ultimately, it is up to the individual player to experiment with different camera angles to find what works best for them.
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1. Fotopro E-6H Gimbal Head (Black)
Arca Tupe Quick Release – Protective Carrying Case
Gimbal head: 360 degree up and down. No blind angles in all directions
Accurate positioning: The center of gravity can be adjusted from left to right
Heavy Duty aluminum construction: Can support cameras weighing over 22lbs
The Fotopro E-6H Gimbal Head can move 360 degrees up and down. No blind angles in all directions, it is far more than celebratory photography equipment. With this Gimbal head, Fotopro makes every movement precise and uninhibited, enabling photographers to capture flawless, breathtaking photos and videos.
The E-6H Gimbal Head is ideal for wildlife photography and birdwatching, especially for extensive observation, because it guarantees a perfect balance, even with heavy equipment. This outstanding head features both modern design and innovative solutions.
had to wait three months before this was in stock. when it arrived, the detail and precise workmanship were impressive. however, my main purpose in ordering was to find alternative to my large wimberly gimbal.
unfortunately, my 600mm f/4 nikkor with d500 body, did not fit well when mounted with the cradle. the lens was rubbing against the gimbal frame. the detailed instructions with the E-6H mentions this, but I did not learn for sure until I tested with my actual lens snd body.
I requested a return from B&H and they promptly sent me a RMA.
I just received this item and can confirm the weight stated here is inaccurate. This model actually weighs 850 g (just under 2 lb), not 1. 54 lb/700 g as stated on this website. Still lightweight for a gimbal system, easy to operate.
There is an information card in the zippered pouch of the item’s case, and I was able to quickly figure out operation of all knobs. A couple of the knobs have an indented press button you have to depress to fully turn the knob.
You can remove the telephoto lens rest to attach a camera with an L-bracket for landscape shots.
Combining a fluid head with a set of carbon fiber tripod legs, the E-Image GH06 Head with 2-Stage Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs supports cameras and accessories weighing up to 13 pounds. The head and legs feature a 75mm ball/bowl, which provides a wide support platform for your camera.
The legs are made from carbon fiber and feature three leg sections, with mono-lock leg locks. The mono-lock design allows you to lock and unlock all the sections of each leg using only one rotating locking lever.
The tripod extends to a height of 73″ and collapses down as low as 32. 5″ using the built-in mid-level spreader. The GH06 head features an Easy Lock Baseplate system that combines the balance adjustment of a sliding baseplate with the ease of a quick release system.
It provides five counterbalance settings (plus a zero setting for no counterbalance) that helps the fluid head support loads up to 13 pounds. With three fluid drag grades plus a zero setting on both pan and tilt, you can adjust the fluid head to suit your shooting style or the needs of the shot.
The head features a built in 1/4″-20 accessory socket for available monitor support arms or other accessory items. It includes a padded carry bag with a shoulder strap.
I came across the E-Image while looking to replace the Sachtler FSB system I rented on the last shoot. It basically did most of what I needed at half the price. The ballhead action is remarkably smooth, it pairs well with mirrorless systems, and it handles loaded glass well.
The carbon legs are light (compared to aluminium) and strong. I have yet to report any serious durability issues. As others have noted, the options are limited (handle placement), and the balance, weighting, and other functions are not always as smooth or predictable as a higher-end brand.
That said, I feel this is far better value than the Ace-M series, and can handle much heavier rigs. I also really like the high-quality bag!.
I have a sony a7sii ( I know it’s a bit small for this tripod) but I am planning on getting the ursa mini. So I figured I would use this tripod with my sony until I purchased the ursa mini. First off, the bag that it came with is not the one advertised! I specifically choose this tripod over the Ikan EG03A2 E-Image Two Stage Aluminum Tripod Legs with GH03 Head (B&H # EIEG03A2 MFR # EG03A2) because I wanted the nicer bag plus the carbon fiber sticks.
Too bad, you will receive the bag advertised on the GH03 page. Then there is the design flaw (pics attached) which has to do with the sliding plate / lock. The lever on the lock slightly raises above the base plate’s profile when tightening, which will not allow you to center the camera on the sliding plate (the lever is obstructed from tightening when it hits the camera base).
I was still able to use the tripod by sliding the camera forward on the plate and then tightening the lock. Now the tripod is front heavy, and what about when I get my ursa mini (if it ever comes out) I wont be able to secure it.
Maybe I can get a quick release plate but wont be sure if it will clear either. Possible solution would be to replace the lock with one without a handle like the one on my ace tripod (pic). The Variable fluid head is great, but the PAN 3 stage adjuster is of bad quality.
It does not line up directly with the numbers and feels cheap. Although, once you are in a stage (0,1,2,3) it is really smooth. Tilt is perfect, counter balance as well, but I will note there is very little difference in drag when going from 2 to 3 (both pan and tilt) compared to the other levels.
The ball head, when loosened to adjust, is very TOP heavy compared to other ball heads. Be careful when adjusting with a full rig, as it will be unstable. The sticks are awesome. Really feeling the mono lock system.
And the rubber feet are of pro quality. The Pan handle is nice and it extends / telescopes quite a bit. Overall this tripod is great minus the sliding plate issue. I would have given it 4 stars if the sliding plate wasn’t an issue for me.
I will be heading to the hardware store to try and find a screw that can replace the poorly designed one, but if I can’t, I will be returning this item.
With outstanding imaging capability and high-speed performance contained in a compact body, the a7 III gives you the power, precision, and flexibility to capture once-in-a-lifetime moments just as you like.
Supports up to 30kg The Sirui K-30 II ball head can support up to 30kg of gear, perfect pro size DSLRs with heavier lenses and with accessories attached. The Arca-Swiss compatible clamp and tough quick release plate with secondary release button to ensure easy, fast, and secure attachment with anti-twist pins that help keep your camera in place.
Professional Build Quality The tolerance between the ball and the bearing on the K30II ball head is a maximum 0. 01mm at any point. The superior quality is achieved by high-end CNC milling and high quality surface finish, ensuring consistent, rock-solid clamping force and exceptional stability.
Separate Movement Controls Featuring separate, ergonomic controls for 360° panning, ball lock, and tension, aligning your camera is intuitive and easy. The tension dial is built into the ball-lock knob, giving you easy access to the friction feel while adjusting the tripod head’s angle independently.
Printed Panning Scale and Bubble Levels On the base of the K-30II ball head, you’ll notice a printed panning scale for repeatable movements. Three bubble levels on the clamp ensure easy, fast levelling for both vertical and horizontal actions, allowing you to frame your shot whether you’re shooting in portrait or landscape orientation.
Durable, Lightweight Aluminium Construction The K30 Ball Head is made from durable, lightweight aluminium to provide a strong and reliable companion for your tripod legs. The hefty maximum payload gives you the freedom to use a range of different cameras and accessories with confidence, knowing your gear will be secure.
The MFR4-5 Macro Focusing Rail from Oben is a lightweight macro stage designed for precise 4-way camera alignment. Its ability to make small incremental adjustments is ideal for close-up work, tilt-shift or macro-photography.
The MFR4-5 provides 2. 75″ of maximum front to back movement and 1. 25″ of maximum left to right movement controlled by dual-level adjustment knobs. The two angles of movement are controlled by independent top and bottom rails which may be separated using the included Allen key.
This allows the top rail to be used alone as a front-to-back macro rail. The rail is also equipped with an integrated Arca-type compatible quick release clamp and an included Arca-type plate. The plate uses a 1/4″-20 screw mount compatible with most cameras.
The rail can also be mounted on most tripods by utilizing the built-in 1/4″-20 and 3/8″-16 tripod mounting threads. A durable aluminum construction provides smooth operation for extended use and keeps the unit lightweight at only 1.
I do both garden and studio photography. Both my studio and garden photograph just got significantly easier. The left to right adjustments lets me center things with ease. No more picking up the tripod.
Being able to focus in and out smoothly and precisely means no more nearly spot on macro. I’m 71 with shaky hands. Now I can shoot like i used to. Money well spent.
I received the rail yesterday. Interestingly the packing tape on the sides of the packing box had been cut on the two sides II have sent images to B&H and to UPS). Anyway, I used the rail for a couple of hours yesterday to do focus stacked images.
I used a Sigma 180mm/f2. 8 macro lens on a Nikon D850, on a Swiss Pro tripod. This is a heavy system and I had to line up the lens properly to get a good weight distribution and to make sure the system was stable.
I was also using a Ray Flash mounted on a Nikon SB5000. Hence stability was a key. I had to play around with the system to get it lined up and stable, but it worked. I have the rail attached with the mounting screws on the tripod, as opposed to using a Arca Swiss plate method.
More surface area and better stability for the long lens system. The rail worked well. It is definitely not as smooth as I expected, and as one winds the rail (even using the fine movement knob), it will be slightly jumpy after a few winds, then smooth again, and then a bit jumpy, and then smooth.
But it is cheaper than some of the other rails on the market (Manfrotto, Novoflex), so it is worth the price, and provides good value. My main lens is a Nikon 105mm/f2. 8 Micro, so the system should be fine.
At no time, once the system was set up, did I feel worried that I would lose stability during the stack process. The construction is good, but frankly is far from substantial. I am just getting started with focus stacking – so a good starting rail.
But at some point, if I stick with macro work, I will be upgrading to a more solid rail. In my opinion a great starting and budget rail, which handles a large system (with common sense being applied).
This was an international order as the product, or any decent macro rail is not available in my country. After reading the reviews here, I decided to go with this rail as it was within my budget. With DHL saver, it took more than a month to get delivered, which is ok as I was willing to wait.
After opening the package box, I was shocked to see that the only protection for the box is just one thick bubble wrap on the top, the sides and the bottom is completely exposed with no shock absorbing material.
Seriously? You are shipping a product overseas, which will be in transit for weeks and without a doubt, will be subjected to a lot of rough handling during shipping, and the only protection is one thick bubble wrap on the top? Whats even worse is the protection inside the package; the rail is just wrapped inside a plastic, which is wrapped inside a bubble wrap, with none of the bubbles intact, so basically no protection against accidental shocks.
Now coming to the product: long story short, the top rail makes an ugly clacking sound with every turn of the knob, even with nothing mounted. This is not expected and I feel the rail will just stop working any day.
I have taken opinions from other users here, and they confirmed the same thing: movement of both rails should be smooth and silent. In my case, the top rail, in addition to making the sound with every turn, also is a little loose and not as damped as the bottom rail, which is perfect and has no issues.
It is very difficult to say what exactly happened: Was the product defective from the beginning? Did I receive a used product which was defective and hence was returned to B&H? Did the damage happen due to rough handling during the shipment? There was literally zero protection in the box against shock, so I won’t be surprised at all if that caused the issue.
Now, I am worried the rail might stop working any day. Extremely disappointed with the purchase.
The New Spec Ops Edge features the highest quality 20 MP image resolution and invisible, adjustable power “Night Vision” IR illumination that reaches out to 80 ft. The new Spec Ops Edge camera also features an incredible 1920 x 1080 Full HD video processor, capable of producing stunning video footage of your game that can be easily viewed on a computer or big screen TV.
Additional features include include a 2“ color view screen and Smart IR video, which continues to record video footage while game is moving in front of the camera. SD card management options allow you to overwrite older images on the SD card if the memory is full.
The Spec Ops Edge is also compatible with up to 512 GB SDXC memory cards. This camera is perfect for surveillance of game animals that are easily spooked, as well as a great security camera around your home or hunting property.
I sort of took a chance on this because it had so many bad reviews, but I am very happy that I did. I installed the software update from Browning (customer service was awesome, gave me the update instructions and file the same day I requested them).
I have not gotten the camera out in the wilderness but it has been running/testing in my back yard for a week on a 5 minute all day time-lapse, at 26mp setting, and it has been working awesome. Alkaline batteries still read full.
It has only taken about 12 to 15 night photos, mostly of me dinking around in the dark seeing how it works, and bunnies, but they all look great. All the time-lapse videos are really clear and crisp.
I am really happy with this camera so far, it is easy to use, takes great pictures during the day and the night, I still have to test out the videos as I have not tried that setting yet since there is basically no movement in my back yard during the night.
The software update must have corrected the issues others have had as I am not having any of those issues.
Just purchased my second Browning Strike Force. I’ve been using my first one for just over a year so far. I’m really happy with the trigger speed and especially the fast recovery time in between photos.
The picture quality is very good and the detection range is outstanding. Also the metal clip on the strap is a far better idea than the plastic ones on most other cameras. I’ve had two break in the past.
One from the cold, the other from plastic degradation due to sunlight. I was mistakenly disappointed in the longevity of the camera at first. Stopped taking pictures at night after only four months of use.
Contacted Browning and they recommend lithium batteries, said that alkaline batteries give off a gas which in time creates the corrosion you sometimes see when batteries are left in for to long. The technician said you may not see signs of corrosion yet, but it is there.
And that although spinning the batteries in place will clean the contact surface, just attaching the camera to a tree can move them slightly out of position again. They recommended cleaning all contact surfaces with denatured alcohol every time you replace the batteries when using alkaline and yearly with lithium.
Well after cleaning every contact surface on the camera as well as the batteries, bingo works like new again. Did the same to another brand of camera which I had replaced with the Browning and it started working again as well.
I’ve tossed three cameras in the past thinking that they were possibly damaged due to lightning strikes. I feel this tip is something that should be in the owner’s manual. All in all I have been happy with the Browning Strike Force HD.
I have 3 of these on one lease and about to buy a few more for another property we hunt. When setting them up make sure you select the appropriate cell phone provider because you’ll run into issues. I had to return one and found out that it was an issue with me selecting Att vs Verizon in the set up.
HD pictures are incredible and the invisible infared doesn’t spook anything. I was initially receiving alerts not stop and had to schedule them to minimize the notifications for new pictures. Not sure why the ratings are so bad on this camera.
I started with one and eventually bought more and really enjoy the real time photos. Battery life is incredible as well although they use 16 AA batteries. I’m assuming the bad ratings are from folks that don’t have a good signal?.
The PENTAX K-1 II full-frame digital SLR camera is the new flagship model of the PENTAX K series, providing exceptional image quality and unprecedented performance. In addition to the outstanding image quality, this model provides excellent super-high-sensitivity imaging performance and much-improved operability — important factors expected in a top-of-the-line model — to accommodate a wider range of subjects and scenes.
By coupling a newly incorporated accelerator unit with the PRIME IV imaging engine, it assures flawless, high-speed operation and excellent noise-reduction, improving image quality and super-high-sensitivity imaging performance.
The PENTAX-developed Pixel Shift Resolution System — the latest super-resolution technology designed to optimize the image sensor’s imaging performance — has been upgraded to the Pixel Shift Resolution System II.
This system features a newly developed Dynamic Pixel Shift Resolution mode, which allows the photographer to capture super-high-sensitivity images in handheld shooting, by detecting the slight fluctuations of the subject’s position during continuous shooting.
In addition to the conventional shooting style using a tripod, this innovative mode provides a new option for the photographer to enjoy super-high-sensitivity photography with a wider variety of subjects and scenes.
The camera also comes equipped with a host of features and functions designed to optimize the photographer’s creativity and operational comfort, including a dependable magnesium-alloy body with dust proof, weather-resistant construction; an optical viewfinder with a nearly 100-percent field of view for real-time subject PENTAX K-1II BODY KIT.
I am in love with this camera. If it was full frame it would be even better, but in every way it exceeds my expectations. I did find I needed to learn to actually use this body, it is different in function from my old K3IIs and also different from my K1MarkII.
I had to study the autofocus options to really get the most out of them, but once I did I was extremely impressed. My eyesight is not so great as I hit my 40’s. I need new glasses, and they will have to be bi-focal.
That makes focusing accurately more difficult and I decided to purchase this body for non-studio work so I could capture birds in flight, action, and spot-on focus. This camera does this is spades! I still have a lot to learn, but it was worth adding the body to my kit.
One thing I will mention is that if you get this body you may as well splurge on the Pentax HD-DA 16-50mm f/2. 8ED PLM AW Lens. The technology is a perfect pairing for this lens and well worth the expense.
That said, I had no issues using any of my other lenses for my full-frame body with this camera. Seeing as I have a pretty good line-up of * pro lenses, I make full use of them on both bodies. The camera does well with all of them, but the results with the newest lens built with this new technology exceeds anything I have used previously.
This body is a strong competition for pretty much any other camera in its class. When I purchased this body I was considering switching to the Sony A1. I was frustrated with the auto-focus on Pentax cameras with my changing eyesight and wanted something that could handle motion and that I could rely on to capture the image I was trying to get.
After running numbers and comparing bodies and specs for months, I finally decided to save the money and stay with the system I already had as it was nearly as good as the Sony (Sony beats the heck out of Pentax with video capability, but I almost never use that so why change).
I am glad I did go with this option; even though I may one day still add another brand to my kit for other functions, this body was much more affordable and fantastic image quality with its excellent sensor.
I have been using Pentax cameras for forty years, and have been using Pentax DSLRs since the *ist. I have both the K3 and K1 in first gen iterations, and now this. This is the apex of Pentax DSLRs. To start with, it produces the best color of any Pentax DSLR.
And it does so right up to ISO 6400, which is fully usable with no processing. With additional noise reduction, ISO 25600 is now usable. Then there’s resolution. Paired with the 100mm macro, the resolution of the smallest detail is incredible, besting even the K1.
Dynamic range is the best yet on a Pentax, so much that I have basically switched from five shot brackets to three, using 0. 7 step brackets. Every type of photography comes out well, whether the aforementioned macro photography, or super-wide using a 10mm (Sigma in this case), a trusty 17-70 in standard range, or the mighty and wonderful 150-450 beast, with responsive super-telephotography the reward.
(Focus is fast and accurate. ) And with new system settings, ancient K mount lenses can be used without a misstep. (Not that the optical designs are optimized for digital. ) The camera handles wonderfully.
After a few hours of futzing around and setting all the controls the way I want, including setting the five custom settings, I ended up basically where I was with the K1, but that’s fine since that makes it easy to switch back and forth and not miss a step.
The new autofocus options took the longest to get used to – maybe a couple hours while shooting – but now they are easy to use, with the joystick a great little feature. When paired with the battery grip, which is more or less a must have, the camera balances perfectly and can shoot forever.
I’m only about a thousand shots in right now, and have ample juice left. I assume this is the last Pentax DX DSLR, and if so, Pentax has built a magnificent final camera. If not, and more come later, all the better, because this camera shows that progress can be had in all areas at once.
With full support for Canon TTL, including high-speed synchronization, and a built-in 2. 4 GHz radio system, the compact Godox TT350S Mini Thinklite TTL Flash is an excellent everyday companion for your camera, and with a lightweight design and a guide number of 36 at ISO 100 and 105 mm, the TT350S is suitable for both on-camera and off-camera use.
The user can also use it as an optical slave and as a TTL radio master/slave unit. It is versatile and can be tilted from 7 to 90° and rotated through 270°. Numerous functions and features are integrated into the unit, including HSS, strobe flash, 1st and 2nd shutter curtain synchronization.
It is also easy to operate with a rear LCD and operates quickly with a cycle time of 0. 1-2. 2 seconds. It also runs on only two AA batteries. An integrated 2. 4 GHz X radio system is built into the TT350O to enable wireless triggering.
This flash can be used as master or slave and helps you to create a versatile lighting setup with a range of 100 meters and support for 16 channels and three groups. It can also work with an optional X-Series transmitter to create more complex setups.
Compatibility with Fujifilm’s TTL system allows users to benefit from numerous automated flash settings and the ability to use features such as high-speed sync.
The built-in flash in the X100V is actually quite powerful, and for short distances can light up the scene just fine. However, it has limitations, the most annoying of which are that with most lens hoods it creates a shadow effect, and of course you can’t direct it or modify it in any way.
The TT350F solves those problems while keeping the whole kit very compact, and while it doesn’t match the power of, say, a V860II, it’s a lot more powerful than the built-in flash. The form factor can be too small for some modifiers, but if it uses Velcro or a good elastic, it should work.
One downside is that flash recycle is very slow compared to the V860II. I love how tiny it is-it fits comfortably in a 3L Peak Design sling along with my X100V, a WCL adapter and various accessories.
And it doesn’t look weird mounted on the diminutive X100V (hard to tell from the B&H image; I tried to upload my own image but I kept getting an error).
First, I’d like to state the current firmware version of the Fuji model is 1. 2. This was the second Godox flash I bought. I got it for two reasons. One was to use on my Fuji X100v. Two, as master to fire my TT600.
It took a little experimentation to get to this point. Using the flash on the X100v is a pleasure. It attaches firmly. Maybe too firmly. It does everything it should and does it well. If I’m out and about and suddenly I want to use OCF, remove the flash from the camera; press the ‘slave’ button and it is optical wireless mode.
Make sure the camera flash is in ‘Commander mode’. Now the minor down side. I can’t get it to work right with the X100v in ‘Radio Remote’. Everything else works like it should. And, for the real kicker, if I put the TT350f on a different camera, it works perfectly in all respects.
So, on balance, I’m happy with the purchase. Hopefully the problem will be corrected with a firmware update.
I bought one for my Fuji X-T2 mirrorless. It’s small footprint makes it look like it belongs on the camera, and not that the camera is a stand holding up a huge flash. Then I bought a 2nd one for my Olympus Pen-F.
This mirrorless is smaller than the Fuji, and it still looks good on top. Besides bounce, and swivel and the pull out screens to spread the light out, and put catchlights in the eyes, it has both optical sync and high speed sync too.
No complicated menus, has TTL and in manual just turn the dial to go down to 128th power. My 2 AA batteries recharge in 3-4 seconds. Great little flash.
An integrated 2. 4 GHz X radio system is incorporated into the TT685C for wireless triggering. Able to be set up as a master or slave, this flash will help you create a versatile lighting setup with a range of 328′ and support for 32 channels and four groups.
Functions as a transmitter unit for the V1, AD200Pro, and AD300Pro flash systems. Also functions as a receiver unit for X1, X2, XPro, and V1 transmitter units. Being compatible with the Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II system, users will enjoy numerous automated flash settings and the ability to use functions such as high-speed sync up to 1/8000 seconds.
With a guide number of 197′ at ISO 100 the TT685C will easily illuminate most subjects. It also features a zoom head with a range of 20-200mm. Manual power control from 1/1 to 1/128 in 1/3 EV steps. The flash head can be tilted from -7 to 120° and rotated a total of 330° for controlling bounce and where the light falls on the scene.
Functionally, exactly as described. I’m using it with Panasonic Lumix DC-G9 and G100 bodies, and it is roughly 4 times more powerful that than the Lumix 560L flash I already have. I appreciate the considerably higher flexibility of the flash head, particularly the ability to bounce flash off a wall behind the camera.
The adjustable coverage based on the lens focal length provides evenly lit photos, under varied circumstances. All as described and expected, at a fair price. Figuring out all the functionality is a challenge, as the manual is a very small paper pamphlet, with line illustrations and labels in a miniscule font.
Even with a hand-held magnifier it is difficult to read. Fortunately, it can be downloaded as a PDF, and then used with the magnifying tool. There is also no explanation at which focal length it is necessary to use the flip-down wide angle diffuser; I guess I will find that out by trial and error.
(1 star off for the amnual, otherwise I’d give this 5 stars. ) I have yet to experiment with using this as the master flash controlling my other two Panasonic Lumix flashes. Radio control might be iffy, but I am certain I can make it work by using the light trigger function on the Panasonics.
The PENTAX K-3 Mark III builds on the PENTAX legacy of outstanding image quality, incorporating a back-illuminated CMOS image sensor with approximately 25. 73 effective megapixels. By coupling this sensor with an AA (anti-aliasing)-filter-free optical design, the camera produces super-high-resolution images.
A new, super-bright optical viewfinder delivers a nearly 100% field of view and magnification of approximately 1. 05 times. With a newly developed high-refraction glass prism, the viewfinder provides a wide field of view equivalent to that of a full-frame SLR, fully immersing the photographer in shooting.
It features a high-performance, five-axis shake-reduction (SR) system and the innovative Pixel Shift Resolution System. The camera’s PENTAX Real-time Scene Analysis System, supported by the latest artificial intelligence technology, assists the camera in optimizing exposure settings and improving autofocusing accuracy, assuring more accurate subject detection and more reliable scene judgment.
The high-definition 3. 2-inch touch-screen LCD monitor-the first touch screen in the PENTAX K series, improves efficiency and operability. Its compact, rugged dustproof and weather resistant body makes it suitable for use in the most extreme environmental conditions.
Optical viewfinder with nearly 100% field of view and approximately 1. 05-times magnification The PENTAX K-3 Mark III features an optical viewfinder with a nearly 100-percent field of view and a magnification of approximately 1.
05 times. A newly developed, highrefraction glass prism assures comfortable viewing with a wide field of view equivalent to that of a full-frame SLR. Also, by using a distortion-correcting optical element and optimizing the lens coatings, it delivers a clear, true-to-life viewfinder image free of distortion.
High-resolution images assured by approximately 25. 73 effective megapixels and super-high-sensitivity photography at a top sensitivity of ISO 1600000 The PENTAX K-3 Mark III is equipped with a backilluminated CMOS image sensor with approximately 25.
73 effective megapixels. By coupling this sensor with an AA (anti-aliasing)-filter-free optical design, the camera produces super-high-resolution images. The newly developed, high-performance PRIME V imaging engine and new-generation accelerator unit delivers well-defined images with minimal noise, while retaining high-resolution reproduction at all sensitivities – even in the super-low or super-high range.
By greatly improving the noisereduction performance at high-sensitivity ranges, it boasts a top sensitivity of ISO 1600000 to extend the range of scenes that can be photographed. Pentax SR II Shake Reduction System delivers high-performance, 5-Axis, 5.
5-shutter-step camera shake compensation The built-in SR II shake-reduction mechanism effectively minimizes camera shake and delivers sharp, blur-free images, even in camera-shake-prone conditions. In addition to horizontal and vertical camera shake caused by pitch and yaw, this five-axis mechanism compensates for camera shake caused by horizontal and vertical shift (often generated in macro photography) and camera shake caused by roll.
It assures a compensation effect of approximately 5. 5 shutter steps (CIPA standard compliant, HD PENTAX-DA 16-85mm F3. 5-5. 6ED DC WR, f = 85mm) – the highest level in PENTAX history – to expand the limits of handheld photography.
This mechanism also provides a new Panning mode to capture sharp, clear images of slow-moving subjects. Pixel-Shift Resolution System This innovative system captures four images of the same scene by shifting the image sensor by a single pixel for each image, then synthesizes them into a single composite image.
Compared to the conventional Bayer system, in which each pixel has only a single color-data unit, this system obtains all color data in each pixel and delivers super-highresolution images with more truthful colors and much finer details than those produced by the conventional system.
AA-filter simulator to minimize moire and false color The PENTAX K-3 Mark III features an AA (anti-aliasing)-filter simulator, which effectively reduces moire patterns to the same level as an optical AA filter, by applying microscopic vibrations to the image sensor at the sub-pixel-level during exposure.
Unlike a conventional optical AA filter, this innovative, PENTAX-original simulator provides ON/FF switching and level selection to assure the optimal filter effect for a given subject or photographic condition.
High-definition LCD monitor with intuitive touch-screen control The PENTAX K-3 Mark III features a high-definition, 3. 2-inch LCD monitor with approximately 1,620,000 pixels. Incorporating touch-screen control for the first time in the PENTAX K series, this monitor provides intuitive operation of monitor functions, including menu selection and image zooming.
With full support for Nikon i-TTL, including high-speed sync, and a built-in 2. 4GHz radio system, the compact Godox TT350N Mini Thinklite TTL Flash is an excellent everyday companion for your camera.
With a lightweight design and guide number of 118′ at ISO 100 and 105mm, the TT350N is useful for both on-camera and off-camera operation. Users can also use it as an optical slave in addition to use as a radio TTL master/slave unit.
It is versatile as well with the ability to tilt from -7 to 90° and rotate 270°. Multiple functions and features are built into the unit, including HSS, stroboscopic flash, 1st and 2nd curtain sync, and more.
It is also easy to use with a rear LCD and it works quickly with a recycle time of 0. 1-2. 2 seconds. Additionally, it runs on just two AA batteries. An integrated 2. 4GHz X radio system is incorporated into the TT350N for wireless triggering.
Able to be set up as a master or slave, this flash will help you create a versatile lighting setup with a range of 328′ and support for 16 channels and three groups. It can also work with an optional X series transmitter for creating more elaborate setups.
With full support for Nikon i-TTL, including high-speed sync, and a built-in 2. 4GHz radio system, the Godox TT685N Thinklite TTL Flash will make it easy to create both simple and elaborate lighting setups.
When mounted on camera, it is an effective lighting tool with a powerful guide number of 197′ at ISO 100 and 200mm, a zoom range of 20-200mm, and the ability to tilt from -7 to 90° and rotate 360°. As a TTL-capable unit, the TT685N can also operate as a full wireless master or slave unit with TTL functionality.
Operation is intuitive with a rear LCD panel that shows settings. Also, the flash is equipped with a Wireless Control Port for attaching an optional remote control set and it has a 3. 5mm sync port for basic wired connectivity.
It runs on four AA batteries, which help provide a recycle time of 0. 1-2. 6 seconds. Being compatible with Nikon’s i-TTL system, users will enjoy numerous automated flash settings and the ability to use functions such as high-speed sync.
Manual power control from 1/1 to 1/128 in 1/3 EV steps. The flash head can be tilted from -7 to 90° and rotated a total of 360° for controlling bounce and where the light falls on the scene. Using an optional FT series remote control set, users can connect to the wireless control port to gain wireless control over the flash’s power settings.
A 3. 5mm sync port is available for setting up a wired connection to a camera or trigger. This flash runs on four alkaline or NiMH AA batteries which help deliver about 230 full-power flashes and recycle times of 0.
1-2. 6 seconds. USB connection for installing future firmware updates.
I’m not an expert with camera flash in anyway in fact this is the first flash I have bought ever. So that being said, it was a bit frustrating to learn everything as the manual was no help at all. The biggest complaint is that it definitely DOES NOT get as many flashes in on batteries as it says it will.
For this, get some high powered batteries or a battery pack you can use as well because it will take the juice right out of them after like 40 flashes which is basically nothing. I’ve already gone through 8 batteries and have taken it out twice.
It’s insane. Also be aware that if you get a little diffuser box that can go over it, there is a sensor on the front that detects the angle of the flash as well and if you cover it your auto flash for zooming won’t work.
Just something to be aware of. Otherwise, it works. And like I said, I’m a novice so still learning how to use it. The amount of battery it uses is what kills me the most.
Trigger flashes from a distance and see your subjects get brightly illuminated for the perfect capture, by using the Godox TT350F TTL Speedlite. It is designed for Fujifilm DSLR cameras. It incorporates the 2.
4G Hz X radio system, which supports 16 channels and 3 groups and can function as both master and slave. Under the RF method of operation, the flash can be fired from 30 m, and under the optical-pulse method, from 15 m.
A 3. 5mm sync port is integrated into the flash for connecting it to the camera through a wire. The flash has a guide number of 118 ft at ISO 100 and focal range of 105mm. With a recycle time of 0. 1 seconds, the Godox TT350F prepares to flash for the next shot.
Its flash duration can be adjusted from 1/350th to 1/20000th of a second. You may adjust the flash at nearly any angle, with its 270 rotating head and -7 to +90 tilt range. Two fully charged alkaline or NiMH AA batteries power this flash and enable it to fire up to 210 full-power flashes.
Offering full support for FUJIFILM TTL and a built-in 2. 4 GHz radio system, the Godox TT685IIF Flash makes it easy to create both simple and elaborate lighting setups. A powerful and effective lighting tool, this flash features a powerful guide number of 197′ at ISO 100 with a zoom range of 20-200mm.
The TT685F II operates as a full wireless master or slave unit with TTL functionality, and for maximum versatility this updated unit tilts from -7 to 120° and rotates 330°, giving you more flexible flash angles and a more efficient lighting setup process.
Also featured is a new and unique TCM (TTL Converted to Manual) function, which allows for instant conversion from TTL to manual mode. This function helps you lock the proper exposure value and is useful for quickly determining a good starting point for setting external flash units in manual mode.
For ease of use, an easy-to-read rear LCD panel illuminates your flash settings, and the flash includes a 2. 5mm sync port for basic wired connectivity.
This Canon Camera Bundle Includes: Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II Digital Camera 64GB SD High Speed Class 10 Memory Card Hi-Speed SD Card Reader – for direct data exchange between memory cards and PCs, notebooks, ultrabooks, smartphones and tablets Mini Tripod and Grip This ultra-portable mini tripod will provide stable base.
Adjustable plate for better viewing angles, small and lightweight Video Rechargeable LED Light – Slim design, consistent illumination, Hot shoe mount for use with all camcorders, cameras, or brackets Gadget Bag Camera Case Lens Blower-Brush – Rocket air blower easily removes dust and debris from cameras, lenses, and filters with a powerful blast of air Lens Cleaning Pen – Cleaning lenses, binoculars, scopes, night vision goggles, or any other sport optical devices AC/DC Travel Charger for on the go charging Starter Kit with Lens Cleaning Solution, Cleaning Cloth, 5 Buds.
I adore this powerful little thing. Not typically a point and shoot gal. I love my dslr and my prime lenses, but this little baby is my new precious for vacations when I don’t want to lug around my huge kit.
Aka, international travel with only a carry on. This camera takes STUNNING photos, and the videos are clear and focused. The only downside is the sound. The mic is fuzzy and doesn’t collect sound well, and there is no mic jack to try and improve this function unless you upgrade to the next model.
So unless you are looking specifically for vlogging purposes, this is a fantastic travel camera. Just voice over your videos later in a video editing program.
Features:[2. 4G Wireless X System] Can be connected with flash triggers seamlessly, has 100 meters large transmission distance, multiple groups, and channels, interference proof and reliable. [ High-Quality Speedlite] 1/300s-1/20000s flash duration, guide number ≈ 60 ISO 100, with charging port, improving flash performance, shortening recycle time, and extending working time.
[ Wide Light Coverage] Support auto and manual zoom, 20mm to 200mm flash coverage range is set automatically to match camera lens focal length and image size. [ Angle Adjustment] Vertically -7°~90°and horizontally 0-330° rotatable, can be freely adjusted according to your photography needs.
[ Compatibility] Specially designed camera photography accessory replacement for Canon 1DX, 5D Mark III, 5D Mark, II 6D, 7D, 60D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 650D, 600D. etc. – Specifications:Color: Black – Material: Plastic – Guide Number (1/1 output, 200mm): GN≈60(m ISO100)Flash Duration: 1/300s-1/20000s – Flash Coverage: 20-200mm – Auto Zoom: (Flash coverage set automatically to match the lens focal length and image size)Manual Zoom: Swinging/ tilting flash head (bounce flash): 0-330°horizontally and -7°-120° vertically – Multi Flash: Provided (up to 100 times, 199Hz)Sync Mode: High-speed sync (up to 1/8000s), first-curtain sync, and second-curtain sync – Exposure Control System: E-TTL IIauto flash and manual flash – Wireless Flash Function: Transmitter, receiver, off – Transmitter Range (approx.
): 100m – ID: 01-99Controllable Receiver Groups: A, B, C, D, E (E group can be controlled by X series flash trigger)FE Lock: With button or <*> button – Flash Exposure Compensation (FEC): Manual. – FEB: ±3 stops in 1/3 stop increments – Manual FEC and FEB can be combined)Transmitter Groups: A,B,C,DChannels: 32 (1-32)Modeling Flash: Fired with camera’s depth-of-filed preview button – Effective Range (approx.
): Center: 0. 6~10m/ 2. 0 ~32. 8 feet – Periphery: 0. 6~5m/ 2. 0~16. 4feet – Full Power Flashes: Approx. 330 times – Power Source: NI-MH battery (recommended) or LR6 alkaline battery * 4 (not included)Recycle Time: 0.
1-2. 6s (rechargeable Ni-MH battery)Power Saving: Power off automatically after approx. 90 seconds of idle operation. ( 60 minutes if set as receiver)Sync Triggering Mode: Hotshoe, 2. 5mm sync line – Max.
Experiment with new lens combinations and pair any Pentax K mount lens with your Nikon F mount camera. Our K-F Lens Mount Adapter is manual so most automatic functions – autofocus, AE metering, image stabilization – must be adjusted manually.
I bought the Urth lens adapter to use a few of my older Nikon lenses on my Sony A7R IV. The fit and finish are flawless. I enjoy the unusual characteristics of certain vintage lenses and after researching various brands, I settled on Urth for their range, availability, and affordability.
Urth adapters are basic and fully manual—no electronics—so auto focus, and likely IBIS, will not work with your camera. This is not an issue for me. I use these older, unique lenses in a more deliberate way with specific goals in mind.
I plan on another purchase to adapt my Leica M lenses to my Sony. I also feel good from buying from a company that is so environmentally conscious.
An odd one, this, supposedly a genuine Carl Zeiss Jena zoom lens. After ordering it from ‘Urth’, I did a bit more on-line research and found that it was highly unlikely that it was of Zeiss manufacture.
Evidently, it seems some Japanese firm had used the name. The lens looks to be well-made, but for some reason the retractable locking-pin will not lock the adaptor into position. Furthermore, as on commentator pointed out, Zeiss to the best of his knowledge did not produce Zoom lenses, only ‘Primes’.
To this day they produce mainly primes for manual focussing only. I have set the lens aside (it was supposedly in a Pentax fitting, and I shall keep my eye out for another ‘Pentax K fitting lens. as they are not all that rare.
As far as the quality of the adaptor is concerned – excellent.
Bought this to use with a recently purchased film era Pentax K 55mm lens. I was not disappointed, it fits snugly to my X-T20 and the lens mounts securely but without problem. There is no light leakage whatsoever and the results matched my expectations, allowing the best features of the lens to shine through.
Best of all it’s discreet black finish matches both the camera and lens and looks like it should be there. I have previously used a K&F PK/DA adapter but although mounting well to the camera, the lens mount was overly tight and difficult.
In comparison, not only does the Urth adapter look better, the mounts are machined with better precision.
This is an affordable off-camera hotshoe flash. It is compatible with all cameras which is with a stand hot shoe. Function: Power Management: Switch to the On, the flash will start charging (the charging indicator is dim).
After several seconds, the charging indicator turns red and TT560 is ready to shoot. For a test flash, press the test button. After use, press the On/Off to off to power off.
Overall I am very satisfied. It is great for entry level photographers and enthusiasts. I for one use it with my Nikon D3100 for portraits and even capturing some events. This is a manual flash, so don’t expect TTL functionality.
On the other hand, it will work fine with virtually any camera. Pretty straightforward to use, plus it has slave mode which is a bonus at this price point. Also, having a diffuser and a bounce card built in is a rather nice feature.
Unlike many aftermarket products it is well built and the box it comes in is also quite nice, showing that somebody put in respectable effort into design and concept solutions. Only downside is the absence of adjustable focusing, which I would love to have on a speedlite, but that’s no big deal.
I would recommend this flash speedlite to anyone on a budget who’s looking for a decent solution. What you’ll get is more than just decent for the money!.
This speedlite flash is powerful and reliable. It’s straight-forward and easy to use. I bought it to mount on my Canon EOS 80D’s hot shoe. Out of the box it worked fine as an off-camera flash. The Canon’s internal flash will trigger the Neweer flash, and it fired every time.
However, at first, I had an issue making the flash fire when mounted to the camera’s hot shoe. After I did some research, I found the flash will not fire when mounted and in “Live View” mode. As long as you’re shooting while using the “view-finder”.
it fires every time. This is a manual flash, but you can easily adjust the output. As far as flash-power, it’s as powerful as the more expensive brands. So for the price, you can’t beat the value. Even if you have, or plan to buy a more advanced speedlite with more features, having this model for backup or an extra flash would be very wise.
Especially at the price. Over all, it has a solid build quality and does what it suppose to do! 2 thumbs up!.
This is a really good flash gun. If you’re new as to use of a flash this is a good starting point. It dosen’t cost a lot and there’s no visual display to confuse you. Just a few simple buttons and you’re quickly on your way to understanding the principles of flash usage.
The TT560 is fairly quick to re-energise itself b/twn shots. It appears to be well made and doesn’t look cheap at all-in fact it looks and feels like a well specced out flash mounted on your camera. It does look very pro like.
For the money paid I am more than happy with this flash gun. For the few times that I have used it I do feel quietly confident that it should last for some time to come and prove to be a very serviceable accessory to my camera kit.
I am using it on an Olympus MFT camera and the balance feels quite good.
The Hasselblad XCD 135mm f/2. 8 Medium Format lens and X Converter 1. 7X from Hasselblad is a short telephoto prime bundled with a dedicated 1. 7x teleconverter. With X-series mirrorless medium format cameras, the lens itself offers a 105mm equivalent focal length, and when the teleconverter is in place, this equivalent focal length is increased to 178mm.
The flattering perspective of the short-tele pairs with the close 3. 3′ minimum focusing distance to suit photographing close-up subjects, and an advanced optical design helps to realize high clarity and sharpness throughout the focusing range.
Like other XCD lenses, the 135mm f/2. 8 has an integrated Central Lens Shutter that is capable of shutter speeds up to 1/2000 sec with flash sync at all speeds, and its internal autofocus design can be manually overridden for precise manual focusing control.
Additionally, the 75mm Tripod Mount Ring is also included for more stable shooting when working with this lens and teleconverter combination atop a tripod. Included with the 135mm f/2. 8 lens is the dedicated X Converter 1.
7x; a 1. 7x teleconverter that offers an effective focal length of 226mm, or 178mm equivalent to full-frame sensors. The converter has a six elements, four groups optical design and maintains the autofocus, central shutter, and optical performance of the 135mm f/2.
I have made the decision to spend a significant amount of money and purchase the new top of the line Hasselblad along with three lenses. This lens was the first purchased and I have used it with the 907X till my X2D 100C arrives.
This past weekend I really put this lens through its paces and I have been overwhelmed by the results. I have included one image from the shoot but I have two dozen equally impressive images. When viewed at full resolution, the resolving power of this lens is phenomenal.
I have used Hasselblad lenses since 1972 and this lens is the equal or better than any lens I have ever used.
The camera angles in rocket league can be set to three different options: behind the car, in front of the car, or to the side of the car. Each option has its own unique benefits and drawbacks that should be considered when choosing the best angle for your own gameplay.
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