Camera Wholesalers — camera basics

Join Us For Our Mirrorless Camera Class 3/22

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Our basic camera class of the week is devoted to those of you who bought one of the above cameras shown, namely the new breed of mirrorless cameras such as the Nikon 1, Olympus PEN or Sony NEX. While it shares many features to DSLR's, there are special features that these cameras possess so we'll be having our quarterly "Mirrorless Camera Basics" Thursday night (3/22) at 7PM, right here at the store. If you bought one of these cameras over the holidays or during one of the 2012 sale promotions & have questions, here's your chance for an hour of...

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CES Roundup & Thanks To Our Students!

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The PMA/CES Show in Las Vegas ends today and with that, we have a glimpse of the direction that the photo and video manufacturers will taking the market in 2012. There were so many introductions,  it's best we refer you to c/net's blog post on the best photo/video products of CES 2012: http://ces.cnet.com/ces-photo-video/?tag=rtcol;contentAux.1. We'll cover some of the other new items that have been introduced next week, including a series of Canon point & shoots that have "age detection technology"! Hmmmmm... Thanks to our 25 students who came out last night to our 2 basic photo classes. Our "Mirrorless Camera Basics"...

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Introducing The Nikon D4! (And Thanks To Our 1st Class Attendees!)

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After months of rumors, Nikon finally introduced last night the long awaited replacement to their top of the line Nikon D3S - The Nikon D4! The Nikon D4 will use a 16.2-megapixel FX-format (aka full-frame) CMOS sensor that can shoot at up to 11 frames per second and capture full 1080p HD video. Here's a rundown of the specs on this camera: • 16.2MP Full-Frame (FX-format) sensor, sized at 36 x 23.9mm • 91,000-pixel sensor dedicated for 3D Color Matrix metering to assist with autofocus and scene recognition • EXPEED 3 image processor • Back-illuminated buttons • 51-point AF System...

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