Submitted by David Cardinal on Thu, 07/02/2015 - 04:53
After the successful launch of the new, lighter Nikon 300mm f/4E lens, Nikon has continued its drive to lighten up its long prime lenses with advanced technology. It has introduced weight-reduced versions of two of its most popular long lenses. The new is 2 lbs. lighter than its predecessor at 6.5 lbs., and the new is a remarkable 3 lbs. lighter than the previous version, at 8.2 pounds….
Submitted by David Cardinal on Thu, 04/16/2015 - 08:52
NAB may be mostly about video, but that hasn’t kept B&H from rolling out a massive number of great deals on cameras, lenses, and more. You can get access to the all of them on their handy . Some are time-limited as they are running along with the show, so don’t wait too long to take advantage! You can also .
Submitted by David Cardinal on Tue, 12/23/2014 - 08:59
I’ve always lusted after a Leica Rangefinder camera. They were, and for some still are, the epitome of image quality and style. However, by the time I had enough money to even think seriously about buying one, much of my photography involved wildlife and sports – so my photo budget went to big cameras, bigger lenses, and travel to places where I could find my subjects. So it was with great excitement that I started my fieldtest of Panasonic’s with Leica lens…
Submitted by David Cardinal on Tue, 02/25/2014 - 08:21
Nikon has provided an impressive “mid-life kicker” for its flagship DSLR. Everything except the 16.2MP resolution has been upgraded in the – new AF, new sensor, 11 fps for starters. You can read my thoughts on the camera and its specs in my . The camera is available for pre-order at B&H for $6500, shipping March 6. I’ve posted the full specs below:
Submitted by David Cardinal on Sun, 02/09/2014 - 08:47
Nikon is fond of providing some great deals for those purchasing a new camera with one or more lenses, but that leaves lens buyers out in the cold, or requires finding a buddy who needs the camera. Today Nikon is launching some pretty aggressive “lens-only” rebates across almost their entire line of lenses. If you’re looking to up your photo game for 2014, now might be a good time to snag the lens you’ve been envying …
Submitted by David Cardinal on Mon, 10/21/2013 - 09:46
B&H, along with Wilderness Safaris, has launched a very cool , with close to $50K worth of Safaris & gift cards as prizes. It is free to enter, and offers 8 categories, so that every style of animal photographer has a chance to win! You can learn all about the contest online, or I’ll be presenting a session on Creating Award-winning photography & Introducing the B&H Photo Contest next week, at 1pm on the 31st at the B&H Event Space. I’m sure it will be popular, so !
Submitted by David Cardinal on Wed, 06/12/2013 - 12:02
Submitted by David Cardinal on Thu, 09/13/2012 - 07:38
Remember when I wrote that I wished Nikon would make a camera with specs similar to the , but at a lower price? well now they have and it sounds awesome. the is a 24mp 5.5t fps monster tucked into a package not much bigger than a . Somehow it also manages to have a 100 percent viewfinder and a pop up flash. !
Submitted by David Cardinal on Wed, 08/29/2012 - 10:48
B&H are offering a pretty amazing deal on a Nikon D7000 plus Nikon 18-200mm VR II lens. The . That's just about the same price as the D7000 would normally be with a kit lens, and you're getting a state of the art all-in-one zoom, probably the single best lens ever for DX format cameras. If I didn't already own a D7000 and 18-200mm lens, I'd certainly be!
I’m really happy to say that I’ll be leading a photo walk for B&H through the Bronx Zoo in New York on Thursday, June 7th. The event is free, but you do need to pay for your Zoo admission. For those of you in or around the New York area its about the easiest way to get some practice in on your wildlife photography. Open to photographers of all ages and all amounts of gear! You can . Lorrie and I hope to see you there!
Okay, they’re not really called “dork lights.” They’re headlamps, but it’s hard to deny that they make you look a bit like a dork. However, they’re invaluable, so for my contribution to Chris Gampat’s piece on the B&H blog on the most interesting and useful accessory in my camera bag, the choice was a no brainer. You can , including some other great recommendations, and when you’re convinced you can buy yourself the cat’s meow of photographers’ headlamps, the – it features a retractable cord, multiple brightness levels, and both white and red LEDs for regular and night vision use.
Submitted by David Cardinal on Thu, 09/01/2011 - 09:58
There is a lot of discussion about the ethics of altering images in Photoshop. But even more important is how we as photographers act in the field. There are many ethical issues which arise whether you're doing travel, nature or wildlife photography.
Submitted by David Cardinal on Tue, 08/16/2011 - 11:29
SD cards are not only breathing down the neck of their larger CompactFlash siblings, but they are now available in similar huge capacities and at astonishingly low prices.
Submitted by David Cardinal on Wed, 07/20/2011 - 16:59
B&H has just announced that they will no longer charge for pre-orders at the time of the order but instead will follow the more common practice of charging when they ship the product (although they will authorize the card at time of order).