Archive for October 2016
Wildlife and sports photographers, rejoice! Englewood Camera now has the brand new Tamron SP 150-600mm f/1:5-6.3 Di VC G2 lens in stock for Canon and Nikon mounts.
Want to help us decorate our walls for fall? Enter our 2016 Fall Photo Contest. Submit up to 2 black & white images to win a spot on our walls! Winners will receive a complimentary 13×19″, dry-mounted print after it is displayed on our wall. Email email@example.com for any questions, and for submissions. You may submit low resolution files, but must have high resolution files available to print from. Contest submission deadline is Saturday, November 5th.
The rules are simple; photos must be in black & white, with no more than 2 entries per person, and must be owned/taken by the entrant. By entering the contest, you certify that you are the original owner/photographer of the images. And that’s it!
Englewood Camera always has a high turnover rate for used cameras and used lenses, so we don’t always have a chance to post equipment online. We do have a great selection of cameras and lenses available right now though, so kick start your weekend by checking out these deals on pre-owned camera gear!
NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2016 – Sony Electronics, a worldwide leader in digital imaging and the world’s largest image sensor manufacturer, has today introduced their new flagship APS-C sensor camera, the α6500 (model ILCE-6500).
As the latest addition to Sony’s lineup of award winning mirrorless cameras, the new α6500 shares the same unrivaled 4D FOCUS™ system as the α6300 camera, which can lock focus on a subject in as little as 0.05 seconds, the world’s fastest AF acquisition time. Also shared with the α6300, the new α6500 features 425 phase detection AF points that are densely positioned over nearly the entire image area – the world’s highest number of AF points on any interchangeable lens camera. The new model can shoot images at up to 11 frames per second with continuous autofocus and exposure tracking and up to 8 frames per second in a live-view shooting mode that makes it easy to track fast moving subjects, as it combines all of the benefits of an electronic viewfinder with the immediacy of an optical viewfinder.