The Finer Photo crew attended CES 2016 in Las Vegas, NV. Check out the re-cap videos from the 3 days at the conference:
Day two of #ces2016 was mind blowing! Here is a little recap. And thanks to the Internet gods, we have three new videos up on www.thefinerphoto.com including reviews of The Kodak Super 8 Camera, the Typhoon H Drone, and the first manned quadcopter, the Ehang 184. Later today we will have a review of Nikon D500. Keep checking our page for more!
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This is the concept video of the Ehang Manned Drone that we were talking about:
The announcement of the D500 Nikon Camera blew us away! Here’s some specs:
- 20.9 Megapixels
- Near full coverage of autofocus! 153 points-
- SnapBridge – Transfer images to your phone via Bluetooth LE even when the camera is OFF!
- 10 Frames Per Second shoot rate with near 70 Raw Buffer
- ISO can be pushed to 1 Million!
- 4k Video
- Touch / Reticulating Screen
- Optical viewfinder with widest ever 30.8 degree coverage
- Radio built in for control of the new SB-5000 Speedlights
We both have various versions of the MeFoto tripods. They’re light, portable, has an easy to maneuver ball head, and can be transformed into a mono pod as well! Check them out:
Here are some Cable releases / Intervalometers all under $20! Make sure if you do purchase to open your flaps, fine the cable release plug insert and match up to the type. These are loose examples of crop and full frame for Nikon and Canon but there are some Full Frames that have the crop plug and the reverse so just make sure!
Canon Crop Sensor Cable Release / Intervalometer:
Canon Full Frame Cable Release / Intervalometer:
Nikon Crop Sensor Cable Release / Intervalometer:
Nikon Full Frame Cable Release / Intervalometer:
We mentioned heading over to DxO Mark for matching up your camera to great lenses that provide the best results. It’s worth your time and money for sure!
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