Cheap Photo: Fujifilm Preorders and Killer DSLR Savings

Today was Fujifilm day, and many are looking into preordering some of Fujifilm‘s latest products. We’ve got you covered, so before we jump into our usual deals coverage, we have all of the available Fujifilm pre-order products listed for you below. It is a great day to be a Fujifilm photographer, just don’t make your wallet cry too hard…

Fujifilm Pre-Orders

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Cheap Photo: New Savings on Fujifilm’s Flagship X-Pro2 and X-T2

No doubt the Fujifilm X-T2 was one of the most widely acclaimed mirrorless cameras of 2016, and the X-Pro2, despite being for a more niche market, did well in its own right since launching around this time last year. It’s rare for brand new models to go on sale so quick, but that is exactly what Fujifilm is doing until February 18th.

Fujifilm Deals

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After The Kit: 5 Killer Lens Upgrades for Canon

Canon is still the top dog in this industry and no doubt many of you received a new camera over the recent holiday season, quite possibly a Canon camera. Today, just as we have done with Fujifilm previously, we will be taking a look at some of our picks as the top lens upgrades to grow your Canon kit following whatever kit lens you got with your camera (likely the 18-55mm).

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Jonny Baker’s Lifestyle Street Portraits Focus on Street Fashion

All images by Jonny Baker. Used with permission.

“Initially the impact fashion magazines had on me created my desire to develop my career and pick up the camera,” says Tel Aviv based photographer Jonny Baker about why he wanted to get into the Street Fashion genre of photography. “Bill Cunningham was a big inspiration to me. I today move around my city capturing the fashion conscious and the natural facial expressions which Bill gave to the world. The street is the worlds best catwalk and I have the best view point moving around the streets photographing it’s people.” Jonny equates his need for his camera being on the same level of people needing coffee to start their day. He thrives off of knowing that he can capture any moment at any time of the day.

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Three Kits: Canon Wedding Photography

It’s a new year and that means it is also downtime for many wedding photographers in this part of the world. A lot of you are Canon shooters and may be thinking about upgrading or reinvesting some of the past season’s income on some new gear. Today, just as we did with Fujifilm and Sony, we will take a look at a few kits that we feel are perfect for the various types of Canon wedding photographer.

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JPEG Image Samples: Canon EOS M5

After playing with the Canon EOS M5 at Photo Plus 2016, we’ve finally got it in for review. We’ve taken it out for photowalks and honestly have to say that it’s a pretty good camera. Does it have issues? Sure. But can it produce really nice images? Heck yes!

In today’s post, we’re publishing JPEG photo samples.

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The Godox AD200 Witstro Monolight Gets Revealed

Godox recently revealed their AD200 Witstro monolight on Facebook, and the new monolight seems much different than most offerings out there already. For starters, it’s a giant block–and has a flash head that is rectangular in shape vs the more traditional circular area. The Godox AD200 Witstro has TTL and HSS capabilities for Canon, Nikon, and Sony cameras.

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Review: Epson SureColor P800 Printer

For quite a while now, I’ve been sold on Canon’s Prograf 1000 printer; but then I finally had the chance to play with Epson’s P800. I previously reviewed the Epson P600, which I felt did a pretty good job overall. But then I tried the Prograf, and found that it delivered images that perfectly matched my computer screen. Seriously, how do you beat that?

So if Epson is going to do that, it would need to find a way to do the exact same thing and find a way to make the user experience easier.

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