We’ve put together a list of several categories of products that are essential for anyone who wants to become an adept filmmaker.
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The newly designed Epson Stylus Pro 4900 17” printer is literally built from the ground up, and exceeds all expectations. Although it uses the same top-notch technology as the Epson Pro Stylus 9900 series, less than 5% of its parts are shared with its big brother.
By the dawn of the new millennium it was clear to all but a handful of diehards that the upside potential of digital imaging was far greater than that of chemically-based image capture, also known as film. One could, and did, argue about when, not if, the digital revolution would be upon us in full force.
Canon U.S.A. (Lake Success, NY, www.usa.canon.com) recently marked the production of its 60-millionth EF lens. First introduced in March 1987, along with Canon’s EOS SLR camera system, the EF lens system has, over the years, featured a range of technologies, including Ultrasonic Motor-powered lens (USM) technology, Image Stabilizer (IS), Subwavelength Structure Coating (SWC) anti-reflection technology, and a super-telephoto lens that employs a diffractive optical element.
Sigma Corporation of America (Ronkonkoma, NY, www.sigmaphoto.com) has announced the pricing for three lenses that incorporate the company’s new, weather-resistant design.
The Original Omni-Bounce from Sto-Fen has been a favorite with photographers since 1982. Small and compact, the Omni-Bounce is designed to create a Diffused Bare Bulb Effect and provide coverage across the entire frame for lenses ranging from 15mm to 200mm (35mm equivalent focal length).