With the Canon EF 600mm f/4L IS III USM Lens projected to hit retailer shelves in the not-too-distant future, B&H is slashing the price of the version II model. If you've had your eye on this lens and reduced weight (a notable feature of the version III lens) isn't a priority for you, don't less this deal pass you by.
While the recently released Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM Lens is significantly lighter, it's also significantly more expensive than its predecessor at the deal price listed above. If reduced weight isn't a priority, jump on this deal.
By now, it's common knowledge that a laser shining directly onto your camera's sensor will lead to its demise.
However, it seems that some lasers can also damage a sensor when reflected off of even non-mirrored surfaces, such as human skin.
Videographer Andy Boyd learned this lesson the hard way when filming a tattoo removal procedure with his Sony a7S II.
With each burst of the laser, you can clearly see the sensor sustaining damage.
So take heed – if observing any medical procedure using lasers, wear eye protection and leave your camera at home.
These adorable little fawns were playfully bounding all around and then stopped in an ideal location to check me out.
Few animals are cuter than whitetail fawns.
With the fawns beyond the idea 400mm range, it was great to have the 1.4x extender available with only a throw of the switch.
There would not have been time to mount an external 1.4x extender in this situation.