It is no secret the Sony NEX-3 and NEX-5 camera has caught my attention. Smaller than the smallest Micro-4/3's camera but with a much bigger 4/3's sensor.  I currently have one of the first 100 NEX-5's on the market and am giving it a thorough testing.  Now I see RayQual is introducing a lens adapter that will enable me to use either my Canon or Nikon DSLR lenses with my new NEX-5!  The entire purpose of this type of camera is to benefit from a small size, so I really don't think hanging one of my big F2.8 zooms on it is necessarily a good idea.  But what about something like the excellent Nikon 45mm P series manual focus pancake lens?  I'm intrigued.

 Now I see RayQual is introducing a lens adapter that will enable me to use either my Canon or Nikon DSLR lenses with my new NEX-5!

 

Glowing Photography?  S. Korean photographer Bo Bae Kim makes some unique captures of unique moments that you've just got to see to understand.  Check our this article for more.

 

S. Korean photographer Bo Bae Kim makes some unique captures of unique moments that you've just got to see to understand.

 

Underwater paint photography.. a strange idea but some really awesome images!  This extremely creative series called "Aqueous" was created by photographing paint dropped in water. Obviously this is time sensitive work.  Check out Mark Mawson's stunningly beautiful work here..

 

This extremely creative series called "Aqueous" was created by photographing paint dropped in water.  Obviously this is time sensitive work.  Check out Mark Mawson's stunningly beautiful work here..

 

Are you in the market for an incredibly reliable underwater camera housing for your Nikon Coolpix L18?  A Nikon Coolpix L18 encased in an Ikelight underwater housing was lost of the coast of Aruba and washed ashore six months later off of Key West Florida!  It was covered with a thick layer of marine growth and probably didn't smell that great, but the camera and flash memory inside were fine.  Do you think the battery still had a charge?

 

A Nikon Coolpix L18 encased in an Ikelight underwater housing was lost of the coast of Aruba and washed ashore six months later off of Key West Florida!  It was covered with a thick layer of marine growth and probably didn't smell that great, but the camera and flash memory inside were fine.  Do you think the battery still had a charge?

 

Do you want your Panasonic GH1 to have the capability to record 1080p video like the Canon 5d Mark II?  Are you willing to install hacked firmware and risk 'bricking' your camera?  If you're not willing to wait for Panasonic to bring you this feature and are willing to assume the risks, this article is what you've been waiting for.

 

A Nikon Coolpix L18 encased in an Ikelight underwater housing was lost of the coast of Aruba and washed ashore six months later off of Key West Florida!  It was covered with a thick layer of marine growth and probably didn't smell that great, but the camera and flash memory inside were fine.  Do you think the battery still had a charge?

 

Phase One releases Capture One Pro 4 version 5.1.2 supporting a few new digital camera models.  You can download your upgrade here.   Phase One is also running a special where if you already own a copy of Expressions 2 software, and a copy of Capture One Pro, then you qualify for a free upgrade to the soon to be released Capture One Pro 5.

 

A Nikon Coolpix L18 encased in an Ikelight underwater housing was lost of the coast of Aruba and washed ashore six months later off of Key West Florida!  It was covered with a thick layer of marine growth and probably didn't smell that great, but the camera and flash memory inside were fine.  Do you think the battery still had a charge?

 

Has the camera replaced the car as the ultimate male status symbol?  This article from Ask Men seems to think so.  Vintage cars are built like vintage cameras?  A no-nonsense point and shoot is the same as an economy car?  Cameras impart power?  Endless upgrade options? And of course status.  This writer may have a point.  Check out this fun article and weigh in with your opinion.

 

 This article from Ask Men seems to think so.  Vintage cars are built like vintage cameras?  A no-nonsense point and shoot is the same as an economy car?  Cameras impart power?  Endless upgrade options? And of course status.  This writer may have a point.  Check out this fun article and weigh in with your opinion.