Check out a full review of the LG G4 + an in-depth look at the unbelievable camera. We take a look at RAW performance, manual options, low light tests, and the overall phone because...I guess it is still a phone. There is no debating that this is probably the best camera in any phone on the market today. But do you really need RAW images and other options? Lets put the LG G4 to the test and find out.
I am selling a Varavon Armor II for the Samsung NX1. Everything original is here including the additional chest pad. Everything is in perfect condition with no issues at all. It features a removable handle, an adjustable 15mm rod, a cold shoe mount, and various accessory mounting points.The cage's design enables access to the camera's hot shoe. There is a double cable clamp to hold cables in place while shooting, and an HDMI adapter is included. Let me know if you have any questions. Check past the break for more images.
For those of you who like Profoto gear (and who doesn't) or just like checking out the amazing images and tutorials of photographers who do use their gear, B&H has a special page dedicated to the amazing work completed with Profoto. There are several in-depth tutorial and informational videos on using off camera flash as well.
This is a bit unexpected...Sigma has announced a new 24-35mm f2 zoom lens featuring similar optical performance to the Sigma 35mm f1.4 which I reviewed previously and was (still am) a big fan of. While the Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 (also reviewed) offered an amazing range with a wide aperture, it was still limited to APS-C cameras. However, Sigma's new 24-35mm f2 lens will now work on full frame cameras!
We should expect availability in the next 6 weeks for Canon cameras with Nikon & Sony usually following later. The price has not yet been announced but expect it to be higher than the $799 price tag on the 18-35mm. Unfortunately I find the new 24-35mm to be decidedly less useful. While Sigma touts the ability to replace both 24mm and 35mm prime lenses, the slower aperture will certainly be missed. Unless the price is low, I would likely prefer having the f1.4 apertures on the 24 and 35mm lenses than the convenience of a free spot in my bag.
You can preorder the lens today at: B&H Photo
The absolutely amazing (at least on the spec sheet) Sony A7R II is now available for your wallets. While slightly more expensive at $3198 for the body, the A7R II offers 4k internal recording with a 42MP backside illuminated sensor with an ISO range up to 100,000. In addition to that crazy sensor, the A7R II boasts in camera 5 axis stabilization 399 phase detection autofocus points and 5fps shooting.
Drooling yet? Me too. And for the video lovers among us, Sony isn't leaving out anything (take note Canon) and all the A7s features such as Log recording, 4k internal, and 1080p at up to 120fps are present.
You can preorder this amazing camera today:
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The Varavon Armor II Camera Cage allow for easy mounting of accessories and more stable handheld use. Check it out as we review this Camera Cage on the Samsung NX1. The Varavon Armor Cage is also available for the Panasonic GH4 and Sony A7s and is perfect for videographers and cinematographers alike.
Purchaser the Armor Cage at B&H for these cameras:
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Well, today looks like a great day to buy the 5D Mark II and Canon 6D. Not only do we have $300 price drops on the 5D3 and a $100 drop on the 6D, B&H Photo also has a $300 instant rebate on both cameras!
Check out these awesome savings:
Canon 5D Mark III Body $2,499 - B&H
Canon 5D Mark III w/24-70 $3,249 - B&H
Canon 6D w/24-105 f3.5-5.6 $1,799 - B&H
Canon 6D Body $1,399 - B&H
You can also find these and more awesome Canon deals at Adorama
Sigma has just announced a new 24mm f1.4 lens available in Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Sigma mounts with availability starting in mid march. As someone who use and love both Sigma's 35mm f1.4 and 50mm f1.4 lenses I am very excited about this new model. Previous Art lenses from Sigma have set a new standard for build quality, sharpness, focus speed, and have compared favorably or better to the best Canon & Nikon lenses. The new Sigma 24mm f1.4 is also priced at $849 which is less than half the price of the Canon and Nikon competition. Expect this lens to be extremely popular and likely sold out for months to come.
You can pre-order your copy today:
Sigma 24mm f1.4 (Canon): B&H | Adorama
Sigma 24mm f1.4 (Nikon): B&H | Adorama
In a different twist, Canon has released a new 5Ds and 5Ds R with a new 50.6MP Sensor (Apparently they didn't want to just round down to an even 50) with 1.3x and 1.6x sensor crop modes similar to the Nikon D810. Dual Digic 6 processors power the camera to ensure faster processing of the likely massive files at up to 5fps. I have previously taken issue with the high signal noise and lack of deep shadows from my Canon files compared to the Nikon D810 so hopefully Canon has improved overall the overall image sensor in addition to increasing the megapixels. The rest of the camera looks and feels almost identical to the current Canon 5D Mark III with a 61pt AF system that curiously lacks the new dual pixel technology from other new Canon cameras. Canon is also placing an emphasis on their new Anti-Flicker technology which reduces variations in image exposure due to flickering light like fluorescent lamps. Canon is clearly placing the 5Ds and 5Ds R (Lacking a LPF filter) for studio high resolution photo capture. The 5Ds is not set to ship until June at the moment and is priced at $3699 for the 5Ds and $3800 for the 5Ds R.
Canon 5Ds Body: B&H | Adorama
Canon 5Ds R Body: B&H | Adorama
The Canon T6s appears to be a slightly upgraded version of the T6i and almost seems to fit in a similar segment to the Canon 70D. With a new 24MP APS-C sensor, the T6s contains a top LCD screen like the 70D as well as an articulating touch screen, dual pixel 19pt AF system and Wifi although now enhanced with NCF. The new Digic 6 sensor should also yield better JPEG performance, overall image quality and speed. The T6s is set for delivery in April with a body only price of $849 and $1199 with the 18-135mm kit lens.
Canon T6s Body Only: B&H | Adorama
Canon T6s w/18-135mm kit lens: B&H | Adorama