From RadioPopper: The RadioPopper Sekonic Module – Easy, reliable triggering of your RadioPopper Receivers from your Sekonic light meter.
Seamlessly outfit your studio with the world’s most reliable radio triggering products! The new RadioPopper Sekonic Module allows a photographer to use a Sekonic Light Meter to quickly and easily trigger Nano and JrX receivers for quick and easy metering!
The RadioPopper Sekonic Module is compatible with all Sekonic L-758, L-358 and C-500R light meters. It will allow the Sekonic meter to wirelessly trigger Nano and JrX Receivers on any RadioPopper radio channel.
Installation takes moments and setup is quickly done through your Sekonic Light Meter menu.
Buy a RadioPopper Sekonic Module now and save up to $20.00
on each Nano triggering unit.
How Does the Rebate Work? Step 1:
Buy A Sekonic ModuleStep 2:
Buy some NanosStep 3: Fill out / Mail the formStep 4:
RadioPopper sends you money!
2-3 Nano Units = $10 each
4-5 Nano Units = $15 each
6+ Nano Units = $20 each!
Rebate offer ends April 30, 2014. Adorama
carries the RadioPopper Sekonic Module
and Nano Triggers and Receivers
is having a Tax Return Sale and offering an 8x10 canvas print for $4.15
plus the cost of shipping. But don't wait - the offer ends April 20.
From Canon Professional Network: Canon France, in association with Images-Evidence, has announced that the 14th annual Canon Female Photojournalist Award is open until 26 May 2014 for submissions from female photojournalists of any age and nationality.
This year, for the first time, the award is supported by Elle Magazine and Canon France will grant the winning female photojournalist €8,000 to help her to continue and complete a photojournalistic project on a social, economic, political or cultural subject.
A jury made up of top photography and press professionals will select the winner in June. Entrants will be judged both upon the presentation of their project and their previous work. Among the selection criteria are the quality of the photographs, the journalistic thought processes and relevance of the chosen subject.
The award will be presented to the winner during the Professional Week (1-7 September 2014) of the 2014 Visa pour l’Image international festival of photojournalism in Perpignan, France, and the winning photojournalist will then continue with a project which will lead to an exhibition or screening at the Visa pour l’Image festival in 2015.
An exhibition of the work of the 2013 award winner – US photojournalist Mary F. Calvert (Zuma Press) – showing images from her project on sexual violence in the US military will feature as part of the exhibition programme of the 2014 Visa pour l’Image festival.
The other previous winners of the Canon Female Photojournalist Award were:
2012 – Sarah Caron
2011 – Ilvy Njiokiktjien
2010 – Martina Bacigalupo
2009 – Justyna Mielnikiewicz
2008 – Brenda Anne Kenneally
2007 – Axelle de Russé
2006 – Veronique de Viguerie
2005 – Claudia Guadarrama
2004 – Kristen Ashburn
2003 – Ami Vitale
2002 – Sophia Evans
2001 – Magali Delporte
To find out more about the 2014 Canon Female Photojournalist Award and download the rules and an application form to enter, please click here
Please note: the final deadline for entries is 26 May 2014.
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United Kingdom, 16 April 2014
– Canon today introduces a new white edition of the world’s smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR , the EOS 100D, as well as a new white version of its EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM zoom lens. Ideal for first time users looking to explore the world of DSLR photography, the new editions to the EOS range make it easy for anyone, whatever their skill level, to capture and relive special moments in stunning detail.
Measuring just 116.8 x 90.7 x 69.4mm, the EOS 100D is compact enough to always carry with you and features an 18 MP APS-C Hybrid CMOS AF II sensor and a range of simple controls and automatic shooting modes, making capturing stunning images and Full HD movies effortless. The incredibly lightweight and compact body provides a traditional DSLR shooting experience while the large 7.7cm (3.0”) ClearView II touch screen, makes it easy to adjust settings and review images straight after capture.
The white EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens is the perfect partner for the new EOS 100D, providing the flexibility to capture everyday subjects from sweeping landscapes to close-up portraits. An Optical Image Stabilizer ensures images are captured with impressive detail and clarity, while the near-silent STM technology also ensures noise is kept to a minimum whilst focusing in movies. White EOS 100D – key features:
- 18.0 Megapixel Hybrid CMOS AF II sensor
- Compact, portable design
- Simple shooting with Scene Intelligent Auto
- Optical viewfinder and large touch screen
- Full-HD movies with Hybrid CMOS AF II
- Creative Filters and Extra Effect Shot
- Built-in Feature Guide
- EOS System of lenses and accessories
White EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM – key features:
- Versatile focal length range
- Compact design
- Four-stop optical Image Stabilizer
- Smooth focusing with STM motor
- 0.25m closest focusing distance
- Super Spectra Coating
- Non-rotating front element
- Manual focus ring
- Circular seven-bladed aperture
Pricing and availability
The EOS 100D White will be available from May 2014 with an MSRP of £499/€599.