Canon and Sony News for Dec 2018 (Page 2)

 Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Nikon recently introduced their first full frame mirrorless cameras – the highly anticipated Z 7 and Z 6 – to much fan fair. Aside from the nameplates and price tags, there's no obvious difference between the cameras when you pick them up and hold them in your hand. In fact, they share many highlight features, such as:

  • New (mirrorless) Z mount
  • Full frame sensor with 5-axis stabilization
  • EXPEED 6 image processor
  • 0.5" (1.27cm) approx. 3690k-dot (Quad VGA) OLED viewfinder
  • Full width 4K recording at 30p
  • 3.2" (8cm) 2100K-dot tilting touchscreen LCD
  • Shutter Speed Range: 1/8000 to 30 sec, x-sync 1/200 sec
  • Size: 5.3 x 4.0 x 2.7" (134.0 x 100.5 x 67.5mm)
  • Weight: 20.7 oz (585 g)

The list above represents only a small portion of the features these two cameras have in common; they are much more similar than different. So many may be wondering, "What are the differences between the Nikon Z 7 and Z 6?" The table below provides the answers.

 Nikon Z 7Nikon Z 6
Sensor Resolution45.7MP24.5MP
AF Points493273
AF Working Range-2 – +19 EV-4 – +19 EV
Max Continuous Burst Rate
(12 bit / 14 bit)
9 / 812 / 9
Metering Range-3 – +17 EV-4 – +17 EV
Native ISO Range64-25600100-51200
Expanded ISO Range32-10240050-204800
4K full-frame samplingline skippingoversampling
4K N-Log Recording Area100%90%
High Frame Rate and Slow-Motion
Full-HD Recording Area
DX (APS-C crop)FX (Full Frame)
Max Wi-Fi Output Power
(2.4 GHz / 5 GHz, dBm)
7 / 12.17.4 / 12.2
Max Bluetooth Output Power
(Reg. / Low Energy, dBm)
1.5 / 01.9 /0.4

The Nikon Z 7's higher price tag is largely the result of its significantly higher resolution sensor as well its more advanced AF system. The difference between 45.7MP and 24.5MP is significant, with the higher resolution sensor allowing for significantly more cropping headroom while maintaining sufficient resolution for many output needs. And if a lower resolution photo is acceptable for the desired output, a higher resolution image which is downsampled often produces better image quality than a lower resolution captured image.

The Z 7's more advanced AF system could prove beneficial in certain situations, but even the Z 6's 273 points should prove more than sufficient, especially if coming from a DSLR with significantly less AF points / AF point frame coverage. The Z 6's faster burst rate will especially be appreciated by sports and wedding photographers.

That said, the Z 7's higher resolution sensor – and Nikon's method for sampling the Z 7's 4K footage (line skipping) – means that the Z 6 may be the better choice for those prioritizing 4K capture over stills, as the Z 6 should produce sharper, cleaner footage compared to its higher priced sibling. However, note that Z 6 footage is slightly cropped when outputting 4K 10-bit N-Log to an external device.

Another video capture difference that may prove significant for filmmakers is that you're limited to a DX (APS-C) crop when filming at 120/100p or with the camera set to Slow-Motion recording with the Z 7, whereas the Z 6 is limited to FX (full frame) recording under the same circumstances. Those filming weddings or events will likely prefer the wider field of view afforded by the Z 6 if high frame rate/slow motion video recording is desired.

So, we have two simultaneously-introduced cameras that are, in most aspects, the same. However, their few differences can be quite significant, depending on one's needs. Most will find the resolution, video performance and price being the differentiating factors for purchase.

Authorized Retailers

Nikon Z7 Mirrorless Camera - B&H | Adorama | Amazon | Wex | Henry's
Nikon Z6 Mirrorless Camera - B&H | Adorama | Amazon | Wex | Henry's

Posted to: Nikon News   
Post Date: 12/18/2018 10:49:53 AM CT   Posted By: Sean

Nikon has posted a couple of tips for using N-Log recording on the Nikon Z 7 and Z 6.

In addition to the tips, you can also download the N-Log Specifications from Nikon.

Note that Nikon still can't decide whether or not the space belongs in their Z-series camera names. Even though Nikon's official stance is that the names should include a space, both versions of the camera model names are listed on the Technical Solutions page.

Nikon Technical Solutions Z 7 / Z 6 Screenshot

B&H carries the Nikon Z 7 and Z 6.

Post Date: 12/18/2018 8:05:26 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Monday, December 17, 2018

B&H is offering free next day delivery on 1,000s of item through December 19. If you're needing (or wanting) one more gift under the Christmas tree before the big day arrives, then head to B&H before time runs out. They have a ton of items with holiday savings and an extended return period through February 1, 2019.

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: B&H News
Post Date: 12/17/2018 2:33:11 PM CT   Posted By: Sean

Keeping track of their memory cards just got a whole easier for you with our Secure Pixel Pocket Rockets. They are designed with zippered pockets for maximum security in holding multiple card sizes, such as six CF memory cards, or six XQD memory cards, or 12 SD memory cards, or multiple Micro SD memory cards.

In addition to the zippered closure, the Secure Pixel Pocket Rockets can be mounted on belts, or attached to clothing or bag with the removable lanyard. They feature a clear identification window.

Our existing memory card holders, the Pixel Pocket Rocket, Pee Wee Pixel Pocket Rocket, and the SD Pocket Rocket, are now available in black. The additional color presents an optional organizational strategy: keep empty cards in one color and used in another. They all have been updated to account for modern media sizes.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Folded: 5.2” W x 2.8” H x 0.8” D (13.3 x 7 x 2 cm)
Weight (with lanyard): 0.2 lbs. (0.1 kg)

MATERIALS

Exterior: All fabric exterior treated with a durable water-resistant coating while fabric underside is coated with polyurethane for superior water resistance, 250D shadow ripstop nylon, 3-ply bonded nylon thread.
Interior: 210D silver-toned nylon lining, 3-ply bonded nylon thread.

Think Tank Photo has the new Secure Pixel Pocket Rockets in stock.

Post Date: 12/17/2018 2:26:54 PM CT   Posted By: Sean

In this episode of Two Minute Tips (Ep 146), David Bergman shows you how to use negative fill to add drama to your images.

Products Used

Post Date: 12/17/2018 12:24:37 PM CT   Posted By: Sean

Terrell Lloyd discusses his career and passion for photography in our series of videos introducing our Explorers of Light. For more information on Terrell visit: https://Canon.us/r5ujz

Posted to: Canon News   Category: Photography Education Videos
Post Date: 12/17/2018 9:00:37 AM CT   Posted By: Sean

Just posted: Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens Review.

This lens carries through with the light weight, small size and great image quality of the Canon EOS R.

The Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens is in stock at B&H | Amazon | Adorama | WEX.

Rent the Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens from Lensrentals.

Posted to: Canon News   Category: Camera Gear Review News
Post Date: 12/17/2018 8:24:00 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Sunday, December 16, 2018

When the landscape is attractive, incorporating it into your wildilfe photography is a great idea. The Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Lens is my go-to lens for this scenario. The focal length range keeps both the animal and the background large in the frame and provides plenty of framing flexibility.

A partly cloudy day sometimes provides ideal lighting. This image was captured just before the shadow of a cloud reached the bull elk, leaving the surrounding background dark, helping the bull and its antlers stand out.


A larger version of this image is available on Flickr.

 
Camera and Lens Settings
158mm  f/9.0  1/1600s
ISO 1250
4787 x 7181px
Post Date: 12/16/2018 6:30:00 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Saturday, December 15, 2018

As usual, this gear is being sold to fund new gear for review. Check the updated list to see if anything fits into your kit. Most items are like new in the box.

Be sure to check out the super-cool Schneider Kreuznach PC TS Super Angulon 50mm f/2.8 Lens in Canon Mount that I am selling for a friend! Other brands include Nikon, Sony (wireless flash gear), Really Right Stuff, Gitzo, Manfrotto, Hakuba, B+W, Maha and more.

Bryan's Used Gear for Sale

Tell your friends!

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   
Post Date: 12/15/2018 10:03:59 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Thursday, December 13, 2018

From Canon:

Canon EOS C700 - EOS C700 PL: Firmware Version 1.0.7.1.00

Firmware Version 1.0.7.1.00 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Peripheral illumination / chromatic aberration correction has been added for the following lenses:
    • EF Cinema Lens: CN-E20mm T1.5 L F
    • EF Lens: EF 70-200mm f/4L IS II USM

  • Chromatic aberration correction has been added for the following EFP lenses:
    • CJ45e×9.7B IASE-V H
    • CJ45e×13.6B IASE-V H

  • Support for these EFP lenses has been added:
    • CJ24e×7.5B IASE S
    • CJ18e×7.6B IRSE S / IASE S
    • CJ14e×4.3B IRSE S / IASE S

  • Enables AF/ face detection mode to be used during Super16mm sized (2K crop) recording.
  • For LUTs that can be applied to output footage, support for the ITU-R BT.2100 standard and ITU-R BT.2408 report have been added for the following terminals:
    • SDI OUT terminal
    • HDMI OUT terminal
    • [HDR-PQ(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-PQ*1].
    • Changes have been made so that the [HDR: PQ] and [HDR: HLG] base luminance correspond to Diffuse White (100%) being 203nits*2.
    • VIDEO terminal (optional Viewfinder)
    • [HDR1600%(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-1600%*1].
    • [HDR400%(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-400%*1].

  • Support for the [Reset] function that resets the clip number when the reel number is set, has been added.
  • Fixes a phenomenon in which signal outputting of more than 100% occurs when in the HLG output of LUT.
    • LUT: HDR-HLG output
    • Color Space: BT.2020

  • Three sets of customizable submenu [My Menu] functions have been added.
  • 4X magnification has been added.

*1 :OOTF On
*2 The brightness before the change to OOTF On 83nits/OOTF Off 111nits
The HLG output is the brightness in the case of displaying on a 1000nits monitor.
Please use the Canon lookup table that is released on and after November, 2018.

Caution:

  • Firmware Version 1.0.7.1.00 is for updating Cinema EOS C700 cameras running firmware version 1.0.0.1.00-1.0.6.1.00. If your camera’s firmware is already version 1.0.7.1.00, it is not necessary to update the firmware. Once the camera is updated to the latest version, it cannot be restored to a previous version.
  • For customers who are using the optional OU-700 Remote Operation Unit, the firmware of the camera and the OU-700 Remote Operation Unit have to be the same. After updating the camera firmware, connect the camera with the OU-700 to update the firmware of the OU-700 from the camera's system settings.

Preparations for a firmware update:

  • You cannot perform the firmware update using CFast 2.0 cards. Please use a commercially available SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card that is 128MB or more for the firmware update.
  • After the Firmware update has been performed, the camera’s menu settings and Custom Picture settings will be reset. It is recommended that users save their menu and Custom Picture settings as settings data to an SD card, separate from the one that will be used to carry out the update, before starting update operations. This saved data can be loaded into the camera and the settings can be changed after the update has been completed. For further information on this, please refer to the section in the camera’s user manual titled Saving and Loading Camera Settings.
  • The downloaded firmware folder contains the firmware (File Name: VMA7.FIM, File Size: 112,296,156 bytes) and a procedure manual for updating the firmware (a PDF file in five languages: Japanese, English, French, Spanish and Simplified Chinese). Please check the firmware update procedure manual carefully before starting update operations.

Download: Firmware Version 1.0.7.1.00 for the EOS C700 and EOS C700 PL



EOS C700 GS PL: Firmware Version 1.0.5.1.00

Firmware Version 1.0.5.1.00 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Peripheral illumination / chromatic aberration correction has been added for the following lenses:
    • EF Cinema Lens: CN-E20mm T1.5 L F
    • EF Lens: EF 70-200mm f/4L IS II USM

  • Chromatic aberration correction has been added for the following EFP lenses:
    • CJ45e×9.7B IASE-V H
    • CJ45e×13.6B IASE-V H

  • Support for these EFP lenses has been added:
    • CJ24e×7.5B IASE S
    • CJ18e×7.6B IRSE S / IASE S
    • CJ14e×4.3B IRSE S / IASE S

  • For LUTs that can be applied to output footage, support for the ITU-R BT.2100 standard and ITU-R BT.2408 report have been added for the following terminals:
    • SDI OUT terminal
    • HDMI OUT terminal
    • [HDR-PQ(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-PQ*1].
    • Changes have been made so that the [HDR: PQ] and [HDR: HLG] base luminance correspond to Diffuse White (100%) being 203nits*2.
    • VIDEO terminal (optional Viewfinder)
    • [HDR1600%(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-1600%*1].
    • [HDR400%(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-400%*1].
    • Support for the [Reset] function that resets the clip number when the reel number is set, has been added.
    • Fixes a phenomenon in which signal outputting of more than 100% occurs when in the HLG output of LUT.
    • Three sets of customizable submenu [My Menu] functions have been added.
    • 4X magnification has been added.

*1 :OOTF On
*2 The brightness before the change to OOTF On 83nits/OOTF Off 111nits
The HLG output is the brightness in the case of displaying on a 1000nits monitor.
Please use the Canon lookup table that is released on and after November, 2018.

Caution:

  • Firmware Version 1.0.5.1.00 is for updating Cinema EOS C700 cameras running firmware version 1.0.0.1.00 – 1.0.4.1.00. If your camera’s firmware is already version 1.0.5.1.00, it is not necessary to update the firmware. Once the camera is updated to the latest version, it cannot be restored to a previous version.
  • For customers who are using the optional OU-700 Remote Operation Unit, the firmware of the camera and the OU-700 Remote Operation Unit have to be the same. After updating the camera firmware, connect the camera with the OU-700 to update the firmware of the OU-700 from the camera's system settings.

Preparations for a firmware update:

  • You cannot perform the firmware update using CFast 2.0 cards. Please use a commercially available SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card that is 128MB or more for the firmware update.
  • After the Firmware update has been performed, the camera’s menu settings and Custom Picture settings will be reset. It is recommended that users save their menu and Custom Picture settings as settings data to an SD card, separate from the one that will be used to carry out the update, before starting update operations. This saved data can be loaded into the camera and the settings can be changed after the update has been completed. For further information on this, please refer to the section in the camera’s user manual titled Saving and Loading Camera Settings.
    • The downloaded firmware folder contains the firmware (File Name: VMB5.FIM, File Size: 112,296,156 bytes) and a procedure manual for updating the firmware (a PDF file in five languages: Japanese, English, French, Spanish and Simplified Chinese). Please check the firmware update procedure manual carefully before starting update operations.

The following items are required to perform this firmware update:

  1. A Cinema EOS C700GSPL camera body
  2. A computer (OS: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 SP1 or Mac OS X (10.7-10.14).
  3. A 128 MB or higher-capacity SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card (both commercially available)
  4. An SD card reader-writer (commercially available) or an SD card slot on the computer.
  5. Fully charged V-mount battery (commercially available), 14.8 V DC (acceptable range: 12 V to 20 V DC)
  6. Power adapter (commercially available, DC IN 12V terminal): 4-pin XLR plug (female connector), 12 V DC (acceptable range: 11.5 V to 20 V DC), 10 A (acceptable maximum load current)
  7. The firmware (the file downloaded from the Canon Web site)
Download: Canon Firmware Version 1.0.5.1.00 for the EOS C700 GS PL



Canon EOS C700FF: Firmware Version 1.0.1.1.00

Firmware Version 1.0.1.1.00 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Chromatic aberration correction has been added for the following EFP lenses:
    • CJ45e×9.7B IASE-V H
    • CJ45e×13.6B IASE-V H

  • Support for these EFP lenses has been added.
    • CJ24e×7.5B IASE S
    • CJ18e×7.6B IRSE S / IASE S
    • CJ14e×4.3B IRSE S / IASE S

  • For LUTs that can be applied to output footage, support for the ITU-R BT.2100 standard and ITU-R BT.2408 report have been added for the following terminals:
    • SDI OUT terminal
    • HDMI OUT terminal
    • [HDR-PQ(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-PQ*1].
    • Changes have been made so that the [HDR: PQ] and [HDR: HLG] base luminance correspond to Diffuse White (100%) being 203nits*2.
    • VIDEO terminal (optional Viewfinder)
    • [HDR1600%(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-1600%*1].
    • [HDR400%(OOTF On /Off)] will change to [HDR-400%*1].

  • Fixes a phenomenon in which signal outputting of more than 100% occurs when in the HLG output of LUT.
    • LUT: HDR-HLG output
    • Color Space: BT.2020

  • Support for Double slot recording in Full Frame sensor mode has been added for the following settings:
    • XF-AVC 59.94P/50P
    • ProRes 59.94P/50P

*1 :OOTF On
*2 The brightness before the change to OOTF On 83nits/OOTF Off 111nits
The HLG output is the brightness in the case of displaying on a 1000nits monitor.
Please use the Canon lookup table that is released on and after November, 2018.

** Double slot recording cannot be used together with relay recording, or with slow & fast motion recording. Refer to the Instruction manual for more details.

Caution:

  • Firmware Version 1.0.1.1.00 is for updating Cinema EOS C700 cameras running firmware version 1.0.0.1.00. If your camera’s firmware is already version 1.0.0.1.00, it is not necessary to update the firmware. Once the camera is updated to the latest version, it cannot be restored to a previous version.
  • For customers who are using the optional OU-700 Remote Operation Unit, the firmware of the camera and the OU-700 Remote Operation Unit have to be the same. After updating the camera firmware, connect the camera with the OU-700 to update the firmware of the OU-700 from the camera's system settings.

Preparations for a firmware update:

  • You cannot perform the firmware update using CFast 2.0 cards. Please use a commercially available SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card that is 128MB or more for the firmware update.
  • After the Firmware update has been performed, the camera’s menu settings and Custom Picture settings will be reset. It is recommended that users save their menu and Custom Picture settings as settings data to an SD card, separate from the one that will be used to carry out the update, before starting update operations. This saved data can be loaded into the camera and the settings can be changed after the update has been completed. For further information on this, please refer to the section in the camera’s user manual titled Saving and Loading Camera Settings.
  • The downloaded firmware folder contains the firmware (File Name: VMI2.FIM, File Size: 112,225,000 bytes) and a procedure manual for updating the firmware (a PDF file in five languages: Japanese, English, French, Spanish and Simplified Chinese). Please check the firmware update procedure manual carefully before starting update operations.

Download: Canon Firmware Version 1.0.1.1.00 for the EOS C700FF



Canon EOS C300 Mark II / EOS C300 Mark II PL: Firmware Version 1.1.2.1.00

Firmware Version 1.1.2.1.00 incorporates the following enhancements and fixes:

  • Peripheral illumination / chromatic aberration correction has been added for the following lenses:
    • EF Cinema Lens: CN-E20mm T1.5 L F
    • EF Lens: EF 70-200mm f/4L IS II USM

  • Support for the [Reset] function that resets the clip number when the reel number is set, has been added.
  • Fixes a phenomenon in which joy stick operation does not reverse in Mirror mode for the LM-V1.
  • Fixes a phenomenon in which a green image may display when using OLED Viewfinder EVF-V70.
  • Optimizes the [Black Gamma] compensation when [Normal 1] to [Normal 4] is set for [Gamma] in the Custom Picture settings.
  • Optimizes color accuracy in areas of high brightness when [Normal 1] to [Normal 4] is set for [Gamma] in the Custom Picture settings.

Caution:

  • Firmware version 1.1.2.1.00 is for updating Cinema EOS C300 Mark II cameras running firmware version 1.0.0.1.00 - 1.1.1.1.00. If your camera's firmware is already version 1.1.2.1.00, it is not necessary to update the firmware. Once the camera is updated to the latest version, it cannot be restored to a previous version.
  • Please note that after updating the camera to Firmware Version 1.0.6.1.00 or later, if you wish to continue using CFast (VPG130) cards that were used before the firmware update, you will need to format the CFast cards with the camera. After the firmware update, and before formatting the CFast cards with the camera, make sure to back up the clips saved to the CFast cards.

Preparations for a firmware update:

  • You cannot perform the firmware update using CFast 2.0 cards. Please use a commercially available SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card that is 64MB or more for the firmware update.
  • After the firmware update has been performed, the camera's menu and custom picture settings will be reset. It is recommended that users save their menu and custom picture settings as settings data to an SD card, separate from the one that will be used to carry out the update, before starting update operations. This saved data can be loaded into the camera and the settings can be changed after the update has been completed. For further information on this, please refer to the section in the unit's Instruction Manual titled "Saving and Loading Camera Settings".
  • The downloaded folder contains the firmware (file name: VLB3.FIM / file size: 43,843,616bytes), and instructions on the firmware update procedures (a PDF file in five languages: Japanese, English, French, Spanish and Simplified Chinese). Before starting the firmware update operations, please be sure to carefully confirm your understanding of these instructions.

The following items are required to perform this firmware update:

  1. An EOS C300 Mark II or EOS C300 Mark II PL Digital Cinema Camera
  2. A computer (OS requirements: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 SP1, Mac OS X 10.7 - 10.14)
  3. SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card with a capacity of 64 MB or more (commercially available)
  4. An SD card reader/writer (commercially available) or an SD card slot built into the computer
  5. A fully charged battery pack for the camera
  6. Compact power adapter bundled with the camera
  7. The firmware (the downloaded file)
Download: Canon Firmware Version 1.1.2.1.00 for the EOS C300 Mark II and for the EOS C300 Mark II PL

B&H carries the following:

Posted to: Canon News   Category: Canon Firmware Updates
Post Date: 12/13/2018 1:38:52 PM CT   Posted By: Sean

LensRentals has posted a teardown of the Canon RF 50mm f/1.2L USM Lens. This lens does not appear to be a good candidate for do-it-yourself repairs.

You can rent the Canon RF 50mm f/1.2L USM Lens from LensRentals or purchase the lens at B&H, Adorama, Amazon US, Wex Photo | Video and Henry's.

Post Date: 12/13/2018 8:02:15 AM CT   Posted By: Sean

From the Adorama YouTube Channel:

Cold winter days can be the perfect time to shoot portraits inside a home studio but that doesn't mean you can't bring the outside inside. In this video Gavin Hoey shoots a winter portrait complete with falling snow.

Download Gavin's free Photoshop snow action

Post Date: 12/13/2018 6:06:11 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Posted to: Sony News   Category: Camera Gear Review News
Post Date: 12/12/2018 8:08:02 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Tuesday, December 11, 2018

From Sigma:

Benefits of SIGMA Optimization Pro 1.5

SIGMA Optimization Pro 1.5 for Windows

  • It has added the “AF function button setting” to the customization menu. With this setting, it is possible to allocate various functions to the AF function button incorporated in the SIGMA 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports.

SIGMA Optimization Pro 1.5 for Macintosh

  • It has added the “AF function button setting” to the customization menu. With this setting, it is possible to allocate various functions to the AF function button incorporated in the SIGMA 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports.
  • It has become compatible with Mac OS Mojave (10.14).
  • It has corrected the display error of the customization menu in traditional Chinese language.

SIGMA Optimization Pro 1.5 is available for download here.

Post Date: 12/11/2018 1:52:16 PM CT   Posted By: Sean

From Adobe:

This release of Lightroom Classic CC rolls out new features and enhancements such as customization of Develop Panel, Add to Collection option in auto-import settings, Grid Snap option in book module, other enhancements, support for new cameras and lenses, and bug fixes.

Customize the order of Develop panels

With this release, you can now drag the Develop module panels in the order you would like to see them in.

To customize the Develop panel menu, do the following:

  1. Right-click (Win) / Control-click (Mac) on the header of any panel.
  2. Select Customize Develop Panel from the context menu that opens.
  3. In the Customize Develop Panel dialog box that opens, drag the panel names in the desired order.
  4. Click Save. To restore the default order, click Default Order before Save.
  5. Relaunch Lightroom Classic to see the Develop panels in the new order in the Confirm dialog that opens.
For detailed information, see Customize the order of Develop panels.

Add photos from a watched folder to a Collection with Auto Import

In the Auto Import settings, you can now use the Add To Collection option to directly pull photos from a watched folder into a specified Collection.

The Auto Import feature monitors a watched folder for photos and automatically imports them into the Collection you've set as the destination. After you set up a watched folder and specify a destination Collection in the auto-import settings, you can simply drag photos into the watched folder. Lightroom Classic CC automatically imports those photos in the specified Collection, allowing you to bypass the import window.

To add photos from a watched folder to a Collection, do the following:

  1. Go to File > Auto Import > Auto Import Settings.
  2. In the Auto Import Settings dialog box, set up a watched folder and select the Enable Auto Import option.
  3. In the Destination area of the dialog box, select the Add to Collection check box. Lightroom Classic now displays a list of all your Collections.
  4. Select any Collection as your destination for auto-import.
  5. Optionally, you can also click Create Collection to create a new collection and select it as the destination for import.
  6. Click OK.
For detailed information on photo import on tethering, see Import photos automatically.

Align photos in a Book layout with the Grid Snap guides

You can now easily align photos in a Book layout using the Grid Snap option in the Guides section. In Grid Snap, choose either Cells to align the cells of two photos with respect to each other, or Grid to align photos with the grid guide lines.

On moving the photo, it would snap into place based on the selected setting. By default, the Grid Snap option is set to Cells.

For more helpful information, see Create photo books.

Duplicate preset handling

With this release of Lightroom Classic CC, if you attempt to create a duplicate preset with the same name under the same group, a Duplicate Preset Name dialog box opens with options to:

  • Replace - Select this option to keep only the latest preset with the same name in the group
  • Duplicate - Select this option to keep two presets with the same name listed in the same group
  • Rename - Select this option to append a numeric extension to the name by default or rename it yourself

For detailed information about working with Develop presets, see Work with Develop presets.

Show partially compatible presets

On opening a photo in the Loupe view in the Develop module, some presets may not appear in the Presets panel due to incompatibility with the selected photo, such as camera profiles that are not applicable to the current photo or presets that only apply to raw files. The non-compatible presets are shown as faded and in Italics style in the Presets panel in Develop.

To see all presets even if they are not compatible with the current photo, do the following:

  1. Open a photo in Loupe view and click Edit.
  2. Select Preferences from the drop-down menu.
  3. Select Presets under the Preferences panel.
  4. In the Visibility section, select/deselect Show Partially Compatible Develop Presets to show/hide partially compatible develop presets.
For detailed information about working with Develop presets, see Work with Develop presets.

Photo merge enhancements

  • Photo merge: Requirements for merge operations that could have led to merging failures in earlier versions have now been relaxed. Now you can merge images with differing dimensions, focal lengths, and orientation.
  • Photo merge preview caching: Lightroom Classic now caches the previews generated for Photo Merge operations. This improves performance and provides a better user experience.
  • Single-step HDR-Pano merge: Now you can perform single-step panorama HDR merge using smart previews.

For more helpful information on merge operations, see Create Panoramas and HDR Panoramas.

Performance enhancements

  • Improved sync reliability and stability.
  • Improved performance while doing batch operations such as import, preview generation, DNG conversion, and export.
  • Improved grid scrolling performance on Hi-DPI displays.
  • Improved performance when switching between Develop and Library Loupe.

Other enhancements

  • Cancel on exit: With this release, you would see a confirmation dialog on exit so that you can choose to cancel exiting from Lightroom Classic CC. If you select Don’t show again checkbox from the confirmation dialog, you need to reset warning dialogs (Preferences > General > Reset All Warning dialogs) to see the confirmation dialog on exit again.
  • Color Labels for folders: Support has been added for color labels for offline folders. For more helpful information, see Create and manage folders.
  • Support for Photoshop Elements 2019 catalogs: Support has been added for importing Photoshop Elements 2019 catalogs in Lightroom Classic CC. For more helpful information, see Import photos from Photoshop Elements.

Support for new cameras and lenses

Newly added camera support:

  • Apple iPad Pro 11-inch (2018 model)
  • Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2018 model)
  • Apple iPhone XR
  • Apple iPhone XS
  • Apple iPhone XS Max
  • Canon PowerShot SX70 HS
  • Google Pixel 3
  • Google Pixel 3 XL
  • GoPro HERO7 Black
  • Huawei P9 Lite
  • Leica D-Lux 7
  • Leica M10-D
  • Leica M10-P
  • LG G7 ThinQ
  • Nikon COOLPIX P1000
  • Nikon D3500
  • Nikon Z 6
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  • Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
  • Sony DSC-HX95
  • Sony DSC-HX99

Newly added lens support:

LensMount
Apple iPad Pro (11-inch) back camera 3mm f/1.8 (DNG+JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPad Pro (11-inch) front camera 2.87mm f/2.2 (JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation) back camera 3mm f/1.8 (DNG+JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation) front camera 2.87mm f/2.2 (JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPhone XR back camera 4.25mm f/1.8 (DNG+JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPhone XR front camera 2.87mm f/2.2 (JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPhone XS back camera 4.25mm f/1.8 (DNG+JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPhone XS back camera 6mm f/2.4 (DNG+JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPhone XS front camera 2.87mm f/2.2 (JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPhone XS Max back camera 4.25mm f/1.8 (DNG+JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPhone XS Max back camera 6mm f/2.4 (DNG+JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Apple iPhone XS Max front camera 2.87mm f/2.2 (JPEG+HEIC)Apple
Canon EF-M 32mm f/1.4 STMCanon
Google Pixel 3 Rear Camera (DNG+JPEG)* Google
Google Pixel 3 XL Rear Camera (DNG+JPEG)*Google
HERO7 Black (Raw+JPEG)GoPro
HERO7 SilverGoPro
Hasselblad XCD 1,9/80mmHasselblad
Hasselblad XCD 2,8/135mm + 1.7xHasselblad
Lensbaby Velvet 85mm f/1.8Canon, Sony, Nikon
LG G7 ThinQ Front Camera (DNG+JPEG)LG
LG G7 ThinQ Rear Main Camera (DNG+JPEG)LG
LG G7 ThinQ Rear Wide Camera (DNG+JPEG)LG
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Rear Camera 26mm F1.5-2.4 (DNG+JPEG)Samsung
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Rear Camera 52mm F2.4Samsung
Samyang AF 24mm F2.8Sony
SIGMA 40mm F1.4 DG HSM A018Canon
SIGMA 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM S018Canon, SIGMA
SIGMA 105mm T1.5 FF HIGH-SPEED PRIME Canon
SIGMA 56mm F1.4 DC DN C018Sony
Sony FE 24mm F1.4 GMSony
TAMRON SP 15-30mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 A041Canon, Nikon
Voigtlander VM 40mm f/1.2 Nokton AsphericalLeica
Voigtlander VM 50mm f/1.2 Nokton AsphericalLeica
Voigtlander NOKTON classic 35mm F1.4Sony
Zeiss Batis 2/40 CFSony

B&H carries Adobe Photography Plan subscriptions.

Post Date: 12/11/2018 12:07:21 PM CT   Posted By: Sean

The following information was provided by Datacolor; we are sharing it for the benefit of our readers. Color calibration is a vital part of the photographic process and we personally rely on Datacolor products (purchased online/retail) for our own display calibration needs.

From Datacolor:

The need to have a calibrated monitor is of paramount importance, but very often overlooked. Every photographer knows they should be calibrating their monitor, yet many still don’t bother with it, seeing it as a complex and time-consuming task that will hinder instead of help their workflow process.

You want to be able to trust your monitor, as it’s the window to your digital photography and the gateway allowing you to view the true image. However, this would not be the case if you have a non-calibrated monitor, as your colors might not look how you intended due to skin tones being off, crucial shadow detail being missed or whites not being as pure as they should or need to be.

Photography Workflow

Making monitor calibration a key part of your photography workflow eliminates factors such as tiredness, human error, and the lack of dependability you will have by solely relying on your eyes to adjust the monitor correctly.

You want all on-screen images to match the initial shot taken, and using a screen calibrator is crucial to this process. Datacolor’s Spyder5 will measure light and color that appears from your screen, and make corrections to ensure the colors and details of your image are displayed as accurately as possible.

Using Different Monitors

Every monitor displays colors differently. Just because your images look accurate on one monitor doesn’t necessarily mean they will be the same on another screen you use. As they are not built ready-calibrated, their colors will in fact shift over time. Not calibrating properly and using different monitors can lead you to wasting unnecessary time editing, with your images on screen not displaying the true colors or details of your photos.

Using a colorimeter to an industry color reference standard not only gives you refined color accuracy for better print matching, but will eliminate the guesswork out of image editing, helping you to save time and efficiently manage your workflow better.

Regular Calibration

Staying up to date with calibration is vital, as making a regular habit of calibrating your display on a monthly basis will give you confidence your edited images will always match your prints best as possible. Also determining optimal monitor brightness, calibration will keep your monitor fresh with the display’s output intensity and stops you from needlessly buying abundant amounts of ink and paper.

Without calibrating your monitor, you can’t fully trust the colors you see on-screen, which then leads you to make questionable editing decisions, and waste time, paper and ink on re-printing as the color on your images don’t appear right.

To ensure printed images are as close of a match as to what you see on screen, an accurate color calibrated screen is the best starting place.

Datacolor’s eBook

If you’re serious about photography, taking advantage of color management tools in your workflow to prepare your images will save you time, effort and money. Furthermore, if you’re planning to edit or view your images, using a reliable colorimeter to profile your monitor and calibrate any device can only help improve your process and photos.

To help photographers and videographers of all standards understand color management better, Datacolor has launched an extensive color management eBook, ‘Spyder5 eBook: Color management can be easy’. All six chapters are available for you to download here.

Post Date: 12/11/2018 9:13:28 AM CT   Posted By: Sean

The Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Sports Lens is available for preorder at B&H, Adorama, Henry's and Wex Photo.

Product Highlights

  • Full-Frame Format
  • Aperture Range: f/2.8 to f/22
  • Nine FLD Elements, One SLD Element
  • Super Multi-Layer Coating
  • Hyper Sonic AF Motor
  • Intelligent OS Image Stabilization
  • Removable Arca-Type Tripod Foot
  • Dust- and Moisture-Sealed Construction
  • Rounded 11-Blade Diaphragm
  • Compatible with Sigma Teleconverters

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Categories: Preorders, Sigma News
Post Date: 12/11/2018 6:40:42 AM CT   Posted By: Sean

This is a great idea. Start your DIY project with a camera lens mug from Amazon.

Post Date: 12/11/2018 6:33:39 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Monday, December 10, 2018

From Sony Asia:

Thank you for using Sony products.

It has come to our attention that the following issues may occur with our a7R III and a7 III interchangeable lens digital cameras.

  • In rare cases, your a7R III or a7 III model may stop functioning while writing RAW data onto an SD card that has already been used multiple times.
  • With the a7R III, taking a picture while using the Auto Review function, may occasionally cause the camera to stop responding.

Notes:

  • This may also cause abnormalities in the files managing the images, preventing the images from displaying on the camera
  • No image data in the memory card will be corrupted or deleted aside from data that was being written at the time the interruption occurred
  • If images no longer display on the camera, follow the steps below to use "Recover Image DB" feature:
    • Select MENU -->(Setup) --> [Recover Image DB] --> desired memory card slot --> [Enter]
    • Then, when taking a picture, back up the data on a PC or other device, and format the memory card on your camera.

We will provide an update to the system software addressing to the above issues in mid-December. Until then, please take the following precautions:

While we are preparing to provide new system software, we will no longer offer updates to the current system software.

  • Before taking any pictures, format the memory cards in both slots on the camera, or use a new memory card.
  • Ensure the Auto Review function is off when taking pictures.

We would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused while using the affected products and thank you for your understanding.

Posted to: Sony News   Category: Sony Product Advisories
Post Date: 12/10/2018 9:24:51 AM CT   Posted By: Sean

In addition to image quality test results, vignetting, flare and distortion test results along with specs, measurements, standard product images and eye candy have been added to the Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens page.

The affordable Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens is in stock at B&H | Amazon | Adorama | WEX (preorder).

Rent the Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens from Lensrentals.

Posted to: Canon News   Category: Camera Gear Review News
Post Date: 12/10/2018 9:14:06 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan

This is a story I shouldn't have to write. It is about how a small mistake made by Nikon USA, the simple omission of a space, has created a problem. One that I shouldn't have to spend any mental energy dealing with.

The name for a completely new series of products is important and sets the stage for future models. When Nikon's first full frame mirrorless cameras were announced, the product information disseminated from Nikon to the media clearly listed the model names as "Z 6" and "Z 7" – with a space between the letter and the number. I immediately thought those were reasonable names, short and simple, yet featuring separate line and model names with room to grow.

The problem came as we began integrating the information for those cameras with the retailer links. Apparently, there was a mistake in the new product information disseminated to retailers – the space between the letter and number was omitted. All retailers listed the cameras as "Z6" and "Z7".

That left us stuck in the middle. The parent should know the baby's name, right? When asked about this problem, Nikon’s official response was:

"“Z” is a letter symbolizing Nikon’s new camera brand. To emphasize this, there is a space between Z and 7/6."

Perfect. Now we know the right answer. The problem is that there are a lot more retailer websites listing the camera names incorrectly than Nikon USA websites with the correct names. To a computer, "Z 6" is different than "Z6", so in many cases, the space does matter. Even Google thinks the retailers must be right with its AI suggesting visitors searching for "Z 6" and "Z 7" instead search for "Z6" and "Z7". Retailers (and Google) have now trained those looking for these cameras to search for the space-less model names at an approximately 40:1 ratio.

Accuracy in a major product name seems important. Thus, we are leaving the space in place ... at least for now. Help spread the word – save the space!

Post Date: 12/10/2018 8:28:28 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan
 Friday, December 7, 2018

Image quality test results from the Nikon D850 have been added to the Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8E AF-S FL VR Lens Review.

This is a key lens for serious Nikon kits. Here are some comparisons:

Nikon vs. Canon
Nikon vs. Sony

The Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8E AF-S FL VR Lens is in stock at B&H | Amazon | Adorama | WEX.

Rent the Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8E AF-S FL VR Lens from Lensrentals.

Posted to: Nikon News   Category: Camera Gear Review News
Post Date: 12/7/2018 7:54:57 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan

From Sigma:

Ronkonkoma, NY – December 7, 2018 – Sigma Corporation of America, a leading still photo and cinema lens, camera, flash and accessory manufacturer, today announced that its anticipated cine lens – Sigma Cine 40mm T1.5 FF – will begin shipping in December 2018 for $3,499.00, with the option to purchase a fully luminous version (FL) for $4,499.00.

Sigma Cine 40mm T1.5 FF is a fast and sharp T1.5 cine lens compatible with full-frame camera sensors and optimized for ultra-high-resolution 6K-8K productions. Featuring a 180-degree focus rotation, this lens is available in EF, E and PL mounts with lens support foot and cap included.

It is the ninth lens in the Sigma Cine FF High Speed Prime Line. As a standard lens in the cinema industry, the focal length of 40mm has become an essential part of a typical cine prime set. By adding this lens to the Sigma Cine offering, its cine prime set can now satisfy all the demands of professional cinematographers.

Sigma Cine 40mm T1.5 FF is the first lens that was designed and developed for the cinema use rather than converting a still photography lens into a cine lens. This development illustrates Sigma’s commitment to the cine market – by always listening to its customers and what their needs are, and now even more than ever with the fully operational Sigma Burbank showcase facility, Sigma strives to develop new products based on that customer feedback.

The Sigma 40mm T1.5 FF lives up to the performance standard required by high-end cinematographers as it achieves the highest optical quality as well as consistent rendering performance over the entire image circle. The lens produces one of the best MTF charts ever, making it an excellent choice for all levels of filmmakers.

Prominent Characteristics of Sigma Cine Lenses

  • Individual inspection of every single lens with A1 proprietary Modulation Transfer Function (MTF) measuring system using 46-megapixel Foveon direct image sensors. Even previously undetectable high-frequency details are now within the scope of their quality control inspections.
  • Computer-based ray tracing has been used from the design stage onward to minimize flare and ghosting and enhance contrast in backlit conditions. Ghosting has also been checked at every prototype stage, with its causes identified, assessed and eliminated.
  • Color balance standardized across the line to make color correction a breeze.
  • Dust-proof and splash-proof construction, with each ring and mount sealed to prevent water and dust from entering.
  • The body is made 100% of metal to stand up to tough professional use over the long term.
  • Luminous paint for enhanced visibility
  • Laser engraving for enhanced durability
  • Mount Conversion Service allows users to convert their lenses to and from EF and E-mounts (charges apply). If the camera system changes, it is possible to simply convert the mount system to continue using the high-performance Sigma lenses.
  • The Sigma USB Dock allows the user to connect the lens to a computer and update firmware, while the Sigma Mount Converter MC-11 allows users to enjoy the high performance of Sigma’s Canon EF mount interchangeable lenses with the Sony E-mount camera body.

B&H carries Sigma Cine lenses.

Posted to: Canon News, Nikon News, Sony News   Category: Sigma News
Post Date: 12/7/2018 6:12:24 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
 Thursday, December 6, 2018

Image quality test results have been added to the Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens page.

This lens falls under the budget-friendly category of the still-small RF lens lineup.

When comparing results, remember that the site-standard sharpness setting renders EOS R images slightly less sharp than some of the other EOS models. Here is a comparison of the RF 35 vs. near perfection, showing the difference.

The Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens is in stock at B&H | Amazon | Adorama | WEX (preorder).

This lens is not expensive to buy and renting is especially affordable. Rent the Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens from Lensrentals.

Posted to: Canon News   Category: Camera Gear Review News
Post Date: 12/6/2018 8:45:03 AM CT   Posted By: Bryan

From the Caputre One Blog:

The new Capture One 12 offers powerful upgrades to existing tools and introduces new features for efficient workflows. This post will quickly guide you through the best of the best.

Re-designed interface and menus

The design of Capture One 12 has been refined, providing a flatter and more modern interface with bigger font sizes. This will help photographers not only navigate more easily but also decrease fatigue from having too much to focus on.

Additionally, the Tool Tab icons have been re-designed for a better indication of what they represent. Remember, you can always customize the Tool Tabs and their content if needed!

Radial and Linear Gradient Masks

If you need other tools than a brush to create your masks, look no further! Radial and Linear Gradient Masks are here. They are parametric, meaning you can transform them after they are created making these tools dramatically more flexible than what you could previously do in Capture One.

Radial Gradients are the new thing, and they let you create circular masks with soft feathering. They can be transformed, rotated and masked either on the inside or the outside of the round shape. Linear Gradients now allow transforming, moving, rotating and even changing the fall-off asymmetrically.

Watch the tutorial below for in-depth information.


Luminosity Masks

Yes, you read that right. Luminosity masking is now possible in Capture One, and it’s easier than you think.

The Luma Range tool can be applied on any mask, even gradients like the above, and will effectively restrict your mask to certain areas based on the luminosity in your image.

“Why do I need this?”, you might ask. Well, have you ever wanted to desaturate your shadows a bit? Or apply color grading with more control than the Color Balance Tool can provide? Or maybe add clarity to the clouds in your landscape image with a tricky horizon line? Luminosity masks make all of this a breeze. Watch the tutorial below to learn more.


Improved shortcuts with search functionality

It’s no secret that Capture One features a massive library of keyboard shortcuts. These shortcuts are customizable, letting you do most actions with a few clicks on the keyboard.

Capture One 12 makes this much easier. You can now search, not only for features and commands, but also for specific keys to see their function. Additionally, shortcuts for features that were previously inaccessible are added for an even larger library of shortcuts.

Plug-in platform

Capture One delivers an extensive suite of powerful tools to manage, edit and export images. Now the new Capture One plug-in ecosystem allows third-party developers to create plug-ins that can add even more features and capabilities to Capture One’s toolset. The first plug-ins will enable direct publishing, round-trip editing, and open-with workflows.

We are just getting started with plug-ins, much more will come! Find out what’s already available and send us your wishes here: www.phaseone.com/plugins

Intelligent copy/apply of adjustments

Capture One has a powerful feature to copy adjustments from one image to others. The functionality will auto-select any adjustments applied to an image, making them easy to apply to other images. Previous to Capture One 12, any composition change, for example, a crop, would also be automatically selected and carried over.

By default Capture One now exclude compositional changes from the auto-select functionality, making it easy to synchronize edits and color gradings between images with different crops and rotations.

Fujifilm Film Simulations

If you have ever shot with a Fujifilm X-series camera, you’re probably aware of the built-in simulations like Acros, Classic Chrome, Velvia etc. Extending on the collaboration with Fujifilm, these simulations are now available in Capture One 12 and will change the starting point of your editing to one of these simulations.

The simulations are available for Fujifilm camera models as Curves within the Base Characteristics Tool.

B&H carries Phase One Capture Pro 12.

Post Date: 12/6/2018 8:53:04 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
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