We are excited to announce our new name, Printique! For over 20 years, we have been proud to serve you with industry-leading quality print products as AdoramaPix. We couldn't have come this far without your support. It's time we focus on the future and our new name reflects our commitment to excellence, quality and above all, customer satisfaction.
Our new name is just the beginning. It comes with a brand new website solely focused on what we do best...printing. We remain the same great artisans with the same great passion for print, but with a fresh new digital experience and an expanding product line. We are continuing our dedication to innovation and being leaders in the photo printing industry.
If you have stored photos and projects in your AdoramaPix account, they are available in your new Printique account. Use the same username and password to log in. You can access your account as if nothing has changed. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call customer service: 888-216-6400. We are here for you.
Today we show you how to create a beautiful double exposure effect in only a few minutes!
Learn how to use Levels to change a light background into a pure white background and then blend two images together using the magic of Blending Modes.
Join Daniel Norton OnSet as he creates an image with the look of end of day sunlight using studio lighting and some knowledge of how the “real sun” works.
One trick to creating light that feels natural is to study and understand existing light.
Then when the time comes that you must make it, you will be ready to create your own sun or moon as the case may be.
(15) Luminar + Aurora HDR + Signature Looks from Max Rive ($187 each)
(5) Year Subscription to Cloudspot.io (Unlimited Storage) ($420 each)
(1) Beats Solo 3 Wireless Headphones ($349)
(1) Canon EOS Rebel T6 EF-S 18-55mm + EF 75-300mm Double Zoom Kit ($429)
(1) MacBook Pro [ Winner Will Be Drawn in December ] ($1,299)
(1) AirMagic License Per Giveaway Entrant ($39 Value Each) ($10,000+) - NOTE: Will not be distributed until October 22, 2019
The FJ400 is the first portable 400Ws AC/DC strobe with less than 1 second recycle time at full power and 480+ full-power flashes per charge.
The powerful FJ-X2m Universal Wireless Trigger is equipped with multi-brand technology that pairs with virtually any camera brand to maximize the FJ400’s full potential.
With a large display and user-friendly menu, controlling TTL and HSS has never been easier.
Carry-on compatible and backcountry ready, Pro Trekker AW II collection delivers you and your digital imaging gear to your destination without missing a beat.
Lowepro’s Pro Trekker II Series lets you carry-on essential camera gear
MaxFit divider system fits the most gear in the smallest space
Delivers all-day comfort and rugged protection for backcountry destinations
Upper Saddle River, NJ – September 24, 2019 – With over 50 years creating protective gear-carrying solutions for professional and enthusiast image makers alike, Lowepro has unveiled the most reliable companion to keep photographic equipment packed, protected and ready for anything.
Lowepro’s Pro Trekker AW II Series has been redesigned and upgraded to deliver greater performance, more utility and convenient versatility.
This full collection meets a photographer's every travel need.
From the wayfaring adventure professional to the enthusiast who is serious about his or her hobby, Pro Trekker delivers protection, ease and comfort to photographers and videographers worldwide.
The Lowepro design team worked with long-time ambassador Chris McLennan, to develop this line that ranges from a performance BP 350 backpack for medium-sized pro mirrorless kits to the largest backcountry BP 550 model designed to split into two carry-on ready components.
"I have used the Trekker bags for 30 years.
The design provides my camera gear with the ultimate protection and makes carrying even the heaviest loads easy - and they are airline carry-on compliant.
The ultimate camera backpack in even the most extreme environments."
Lowepro Trekker products have been Chris’ go-to bags for more than 30 years.
Chris has been a significant contributor to this latest collection of Pro Trekker designs.
The redesigned Pro Trekker II Collection solves the photographer's biggest travel challenges.
Modular 2-piece carry-on design for Backpack 550
Backpack to a roller conversion on Roller RLX 450 model
Stowable Harness on Backpack 350 and Backpack 450 models for easy handling
AW Cover, Durable Materials, Zippers enhancing protection from the elements
A complete collection to plan and maximize your kit and get you to your backcountry destination. The Lowepro Pro Trekker II full collection is available now at authorized Lowepro dealers.
United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Wednesday 25 September 2019 – Canon Europe announces the highly anticipated successor to the hugely popular EOS M100 - the Canon EOS M200.
Upgrades to this mirrorless camera include the latest Canon DIGIC 8 processor, improved autofocus and the addition of 4K movie.
Complete with a guided user interface, boundless creative functions and vertical movie shooting, it has never been easier to step up from a smartphone and start sharing stand-out images and video with the world.
Capture sharp and striking images effortlessly
Superior storytelling is made effortless with the Canon EOS M200.
Its guided user interface is perfect for first-time camera users, with useful on-screen guidance as well as hints and tips on how to get the best results.
The camera’s APS-C sized 24.1 megapixel sensor is larger than that of a typical smartphone, producing highly detailed images that look sharp and striking, even when cropped or enlarged for sharing on social media.
The camera features Dual Pixel CMOS AF - a Canon-developed technology that delivers professional-looking movies and images, by keeping moving subjects in sharp focus with a pleasing background blur – perfect for capturing pin-sharp memories at a party, festival or concert with low-light AF sensitivity down to EV-4.
The addition of Eye Detection AF also makes capturing the natural expressions of friends and family simple, by automatically maintaining focus on a subject’s eyes.
The introduction of Canon’s latest processor, DIGIC 8, delivers new functionality as well as great quality.
With a maximum ISO speed of 100-25600 (extending to ISO 51200 equivalent), DIGIC 8 guards against image blur and reduces image noise when shooting in darker locations, such as a bar or music venue.
DIGIC 8 also adds a new dimension to storytelling, powering 4K movie for the highest level of movie clarity.
The Canon EOS M200 takes the storytelling potential one step further with a 4K time-lapse feature and the ability to take 4K stills from 4K movies, perfect for capturing memories in detail.
The LCD touchscreen on the Canon EOS M200 flips 180 degrees, helping elevate selfies beyond what is achievable with a smartphone.
The camera’s Self Portrait mode also allows settings such as background blur and brightness to be easily adjusted in real time.
A first on an EOS camera, the movie record button is displayed on the touchscreen when in Movie Mode, ideally positioned for easy operation when recording a vlog with the screen tilted 180 degrees.
Movies can even be recorded and played back on mobile in a vertical orientation so they are optimised for sharing on social media after they are captured.
Unlock your creativity:
The Canon EOS M200 features an array of settings and tools empowering those stepping up from a smartphone to capture memories in artistic and imaginative ways.
It includes Canon’s Creative Assist feature, a suite of effects, filters and colour adjustment tools to apply to photographs when composing an image or after it has been taken.
It is also possible to add effects to the photos taken, just like a photo app, with a range of creative filters including Grainy black & white, Fish-eye and Soft Focus.
Compatibility with the affordable and creative range of EF-M lenses expands the potential of the Canon EOS M200 even further.
A variety of image expressions are made possible with wide-angle, telephoto and macro lenses EF-M lenses and the entire EOS lens range can be accessed with an EF-EOS M Mount Adapter.
Share special moments anywhere, anytime
Once content has been captured, customised and is ready to be shared with the world, the Canon EOS M200 connects seamlessly with smart devices¹ via Bluetooth² and Wi-Fi using the free Canon Camera Connect app for iOS and Android.
From here, images and videos can be downloaded, reviewed and shared manually.
Images can also be automatically sent to a smart device as they are taken.
As long as the camera is in Bluetooth range, a constant connection to a smart device can be maintained, even when the camera is switched off.
The Canon Camera Connect app also facilitates shooting remotely with a smartphone or tablet, perfect for capturing group shots or a hands-free selfie.
Stylish and compact for everyday use:
The Canon EOS M200 is a compact and lightweight camera that can be conveniently carried anywhere.
Weighing just 299g (including battery and memory card), it is perfect for daily use as it takes up limited bag space.
It is also sleek and stylish in appearance, available in black or white with a high-quality crosshatch leather pattern.
The Canon EOS M200’s appearance can even be customised with a range of colourful face jackets to complement a variety of outfits.
Incredibly simple, simply incredible, the Canon EOS M200 will be available from Canon’s online store and official Canon retailers from October 2019.
Pricing and availability:
The Canon EOS M200 will be available from October 2019 with an RSP of £499.99 / €569.99.
What happens when two internationally acclaimed photographers and Nikon Ambassadors go on assignment to create portraits of each other?
Watch to see how Jerry Ghionis and Joe McNally execute their vision during this portrait assignment.
Video shot with the Nikon Z 6 and NIKKOR Z 85mm f/1.8 S.
Tokyo, Japan – Sekonic Corporation, Light Meter Sales Department, has announced that the new firmware for SPECTROMASTER C-800-U is available.
The C-800-U SPECTROMASTER is the industry-leading handheld spectrometer for cinematographers and photographers around the world.
Sekonic strives to keep this meter on the cutting edge of technology and works with top lighting manufacturers, standards organizations, and organizations such as The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Science and Technology Council to keep the C-800-U the most relevant tool for cinematographers and photographers.
The newest firmware will update the TM-30 metric from TM-30-15 to TM-30-18, which Rf is identical with Rf of CIE 224:2017, international standard.
This is a standard that many feel will replace CRI (Ra) as a more accurate way to measure the color fidelity (Rf) because TM-30 measures 99 colors chosen from more than 100,000 measured objects vs CRI's 8 colors.
TM-30 also measures gamut (Rg) which helps the user better understand how saturated colors will look.
This recent firmware update also shows the CCT, LB and CC properties of a preset when chosen in the Tool Box under the Preset Selection menu.
Sometimes despite your best efforts, you just aren't able to capture audio at the quality you would like. Whether it's background noise, unwanted dialogue sounds, inconsistent audio levels, or you just want to improve the overall quality of your video, this video will show you how to fix your audio in post.
The Profoto C1 product range are the studio lights for smartphones that deliver great light in your images, anytime and anywhere. Connect it to the Profoto camera app and you hold the secret of professional-looking images. All you have to do is press the button.
Added video recording, autofocus, and focus pull support for Sony A9 and A6400 cameras with supported E-mount lenses using a Multi-Camera Control Cable (Micro-USB). To use autofocus on the Sony A9 and A6400, press halfway down on the camera control button of the gimbal
Added photo capture, video recording, autofocus, and focus pull support for Canon EOS RP cameras with supported RF mount lenses using a Multi-Camera Control Cable (Type-C). To use autofocus on the Canon EOS RP, press halfway down on the camera control button of the gimbal.
Added photo capture, video recording, autofocus, and focus pull support for Canon M50 cameras with supported EF-M mount lenses using a Multi-Camera Control Cable (Micro-USB). To use autofocus on the Canon M50, press halfway down on the camera control button on the gimbal.
Added photo capture, video recording, autofocus, and focus pull support for Canon EOS 6D and EOS 80D cameras with supported EF mount lenses using a Multi-Camera Control Cable (Mini USB). To use autofocus on the Canon EOS 6D and EOS 80D, press halfway down on the camera control button of the gimbal.
Added photo capture, video recording, autofocus, and focus pull support for Panasonic G9 cameras with supported Macro 4/3 mount lenses using a Multi-Camera Control Cable (Micro USB). To use autofocus on the Panasonic G9, press halfway down on the camera control button of the gimbal.
Added photo capture, autofocus, video recording, and focus pull support for Panasonic S1 cameras with supported L mount lenses using a Multi-Camera Control Cable (Type-C). To use autofocus on the Panasonic S1, press halfway down on the camera control button of the gimbal.
Added photo capture and autofocus for Fujifilm XT2 cameras using a Multi-Camera Control Cable (Micro USB). To use autofocus on the Fujifilm XT2, press halfway down on the camera control button of the gimbal.
Added photo capture and autofocus for Fujifilm XT3 camera using a Multi-Camera Control Cable (Type-C). To use autofocus on the Fujifilm XT3, press halfway down on the camera control button of the gimbal.
Added support for Ronin 2 Remote Controller. The DJI Pro Wireless Receiver and Ronin-MX/S CAN Cable are required to use the Ronin 2 Remote Controller with Ronin-S. Note that the mode switch feature is not currently available (requires Ronin 2 Remote Controller firmware v188.8.131.52 and DJI Pro Wireless Receiver firmware v184.108.40.206).
Optimized autofocus for Sony cameras. When the camera is in AF mode, press halfway on the camera control button to focus and release to stop focus.
Optimized focus for Canon, Sony, Nikon, and Panasonic cameras. The focus speed can be set from 1 to 100, replacing the previous settings of Slow, Medium, and Fast (requires DJI Ronin v1.2.2 app or later).
When using Canon, Nikon, and Fujifilm cameras, press the Ronin-S power button twice to disable the USB connection so that playback can be viewed and camera parameters can be set. Press twiceagain to enable the USB connection.
When using a Nikon D850, press the power button twice to enable camera view instead of pressing the trigger twice.
Fixed issue: when recording video on a Nikon Z6 camera, footage could not be displayed on an HDMI monitor.
Make sure that the DJI Ronin App is the latest version when updating the firmware.
Make sure Ronin-S is powered off and update the firmware through the DJI Pro Assistant for Ronin by connecting the USB-C port on Ronin-S to your computer. Do not disconnect the gimbal from the computer while updating.
After the update is complete, unplug the USB-C cable from Ronin-S and proceed to power on the gimbal.
If Ronin-S has a camera attached and is turned on while updating the firmware, make sure to protect the camera and lens as the motors will shut off during the update.
If the firmware update fails, restart the Ronin-S and retry.