Type 3 for use with - Canon 5D MK II / 5D / Canon 1Ds / 1Ds MKII / 1Ds MK III
Contax N digital
Kodak DCS 14n DCS SLR/c / DCS SLR/n
Leica DMR / M9
Nikon D3 / D3x / D700
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The information and article below is taken from Edinburgh, Photographic Bookshop Beyond Words
Beyond Words, 42 Cockburn Street on Thursday 5 November, 6.30 pm
Our next book event will be the launch of Above Scotland: the National Collection of Aerial Photography to be held at Beyond Words, 42 Cockburn Street on Thursday 5 November, 6.30 pm. The Royal Commission of Ancient and Historical Monuments in Scotland holds the national collection of aerial photography with millions of images dating from the 1920s to the present day. These photographs – many of which have never been seen before by the public – tell the remarkable story of a changing nation, from stone circles, Roman remains and ruined castles, to the growth of villages, towns and cities, the rise and fall of heavy industry, the country at war and the proud engineering and architecture of the modern landscape. For the first time in one volume, RCAHMS has brought together the finest images from its collection in a stunning illustration of Scotland’s past, present and future.
Co-author David Cowley will give an audio-visual presentation to celebrate the launch of this new title. This event is free event but, in order to guarantee a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The latest edition of Canon's EOS Magazine carries a full-page feature of Halkirk-based James Gunn's work – including action shots taken at last year's UK All Star Wrestling event held in Wick Assembly Rooms.
The keen snapper has also won himself three gold awards in the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers' monthly contest.
Striking images of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness and an artistic portrait of Dunnet beach have proved popular with judges. The photos have appeared in Professional ImageMaker magazine and will qualify for the finals of the SWPP UK Photographer of the Year competition, due to be held in London in January.
James told the John O'Groat Journal: "I sent a selection of photos to the EOS Magazine after my photos got rave reviews from the wrestling organisers, who had kindly given me unrestricted access around the ring.
"I'm particularly chuffed as it was my first ever attempt at taking indoor action photos.
"I was even more pleased when I learned that I will receive a £100 voucher for Jessops, the camera shop."
In recent months the photographer's study of a neighbour's Highland cow has featured in the popular PhotoPlus magazine, while the winter edition of the Scottish Rugby Union's TEAMtalk newsletter carried an action shot of a Caithness Rugby Club player on its front page.
James is a member of Thurso Camera Club – which meets twice a month from September to April – and puts his success down to what he has learned since he joined three years ago.
He added: "I tend to concentrate on sport action photos and so my success in other subjects has come as a bit of a surprise."
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Mardi 7 juillet 2009
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7 juil. › 29 nov. 2009 / July 7 › Nov. 29, 2009
From July 7 to November 29, 2009, the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain will present Born in the Streets—Graffiti. Occupying the entire gallery space of the Fondation Cartier, as well as the building's façade and surrounding garden, the exhibition will bring to light the extraordinary expansion of an artistic movement that developed in the streets of New York in the early 1970s to rapidly become a worldwide phenomenon.
More information about the exhibition.
Discover new videos with the exhibited artists every week.
Currently : Extracts from Pixo, an unreleased movie about pixacão movement in São Paulo.Info / ContactFondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain
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Métro Raspail ou Denfert-Rochereau (lignes 4 et 6)
RER Denfert-Rochereau (ligne B)
Bus 38, 68, 88, 91
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Stationnement réservé aux visiteurs handicapés moteur devant le 2, rue Victor Schoelcher
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The Fondation Cartier is open to the public every day except Monday from 11a.m. to 8 p.m.
Open Tuesday evenings until 10 p.m.
The exhibition Born in the Streets–Graffiti is organized with support from the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, under the aegis of the Fondation de France, and with the sponsorship of Cartier.
Nikon firmware development has transfered to a new company:
Firmware development for all Nikon digital cameras and interchangeable lenses will now be undertaken by a new company named Nikon Imaging Systems. The new company is a joint venture between Fujitsu Broad Solution & Consulting Inc. and Nikon Systems, a subsidiary of Nikon Corporation. The initial investment will be around $1m and the company will employ 100 people.
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Chipmaking economics have clouded the future of high-end medium-format photography. Phase One has a rescue plan for Kodak's Leaf product line, though.
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11 June 2009 Your fortnightly newsletter
150th issue on sale tomorrow
This month's features include a review of the D5000, Nikon's latest mid-range DSLR.
There's also a first look at the upcoming Pentax K7 and 3 new Sony DSLR models.
We take a swim with the Brighton swimming club to test waterproof cameras, show you how to take great garden images, and there's an interview with top photographer, Adam Lawrence!
We took five of the leading waterproof compact cameras down to Brighton for the day and tested them out with a little help from the Brighton Swimming Club.
Check the magazine for the full article, or visit the website for a video of our exploits.
Pentax K7 first look
Pentax debuted a new, and much rumoured, DSLR this month - the mid-range K-7.
The model sports a 14.6MP CMOS sensor, boasts full HD video capture, and features a new PRIME II imaging engine.
We got our hands on the camera on the day of the launch, and you can read all about our first impressions in this month's issue, or visit the website for a video preview.
See the Pentax K7 first look
Sony Alpha first look
Sony joined in the DSLR launch party this month, confirming three new models positioned towards the entry-level end of the market.
The a230, a330 and a380 all offer strong specs and new designs for Alpha DSLRs.
We've got a full in-depth first look in this month's issue, plus a hands-on preview on our website.
See preview of Sony Alpha DSLRs See more camera news
IN THIS ISSUE OF
WHAT DIGITAL CAMERA!
How to Shoot Gardens You don't need to travel great distances to get great pictures: there's a whole host of opportunities literally on your doorstep. With images and advice from the winners of this year's Garden Photographer of the Year competition, we help you get inspired.
Latest issue details HIGHLIGHTS
Nikon D5000 The hotly tipped D5000 is the latest to join the Nikon DSLR line up and comes with High Definition video, and an impressive vari-angle screen, plus an already proven 12.3MP sensor from the D90.
24-70mm lens group test Three standard zooms designed for the professional; are they worth their weight in gold? Read test online
Panasonic Lumix FX550
With a 25mm wideangle lens and full manual control , this latest Lumix is the epitome of a luxury compact - squeezing a 3in touchscreen LCD into a svelte body.
Is Panasonic continuing to push the boundaries for compact cameras? We find out.
Read review See latest camera equipment reviews
IN THIS ISSUE OF
WHAT DIGITAL CAMERA!
Latest issue details
Top 5 Father's Day camera gifts - for any type of Dad With Father's Day looming, there's little time left to buy presents. The What Digital Camera guide has the right suggestion, whatever your 'old man's' photographic level.
For the trendy Dad - Sony Cyber-shot T900 Sony shouts 'cool' from the rooftops, and this little number is the ideal compact for the style-conscious man. Sony Cyber-shot T900 details For the sport-lover Dad - Casio Exilim EX-FH20 'High speed' is the name of the game, with the EX-FH20 capable of video capture up to 1000 frames per second. Casio Exilim EX-FH20 details For the keen photographer Dad - Canon PowerShot G10 Canon's G10 is a near-DSLR-buster of an advanced compact camera. One for the discerning photographer. Canon PowerShot G10 details
For the active Dad - Olympus Mju 6000 Up a mountain, in the Arctic, cycling in the woods - the Mju 6000 is so tough it'll take anything you throw at it. Olympus Mju 6000 details For the technophobe Dad - Panasonic Lumix FX37 With intelligent Auto (iA), the Lumix FX37 makes taking snaps in any conditions a total breeze. Panasonic Lumix FX37 details For more information read the full article online
Panasonic Lumix GH1 We get our hands on a pre-production version of the soon-to-be-released GH1 for a day's shooting around Windsor. View the Panasonic Lumix GH1 video
Watch video reviews of the latest cameras
THE JUNE ISSUE
- Nikon D5000 full review
- Garden photography
- Superzoom bridge cameras
- DSLR Video explained
- Adam Lawrence interview
- Waterproof camerasON SALE NOW!