And not only are all these items on sale, they all come with free shipping.
Below is the Adobe “intro” video for Lightroom 4, it is 17 minutes long, but well worth the watch of you are trying to determine if upgrading to Lightroom 4 is for you.
· Full frame 36x24mm, 22 megapixel CMOS sensor ISO range 100-25600, expandable to 104,200
· 14-bit A/D conversion
· Shutter speeds 1/8000-30 seconds
· 63-zone dual layer iFCL Metering
· Exposure compensation in +/- 5 stops in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments
· 61-point high-density reticular AF with up to 41 cross-type points
· 3.2-inch LCD finder with 1.04 million dot resolution
· 1080p HD video capture in AVI, RAW, H.265, MOV and MPEG-4
· Manual exposure control and multiple frame rates in videos
· CF and SD card slots
· 6fps burst rate HDR mode Magnesium-alloy body
· enhanced dust and weather resistance
· New customizable controls
· Electronic level
· Claimed shutter durability of 150,000 cycles
· Slilent & Low vibration modes
The Canon EOS 5D Mark III is built around a new 22.3 megapixel full-frame, self-cleaning CMOS sensor and promises high perforance and claims improved noise reduction at higher ISOs with its DIGIC 5+ sensor and up to 6 frames per second burst rate in RAW and JPEG. Additional technological advancements include an Intelligent Viewfinder, Canon’s advanced iFCL metering system, High Dynamic Range (HDR), and Multiple Exposure mode.
A newly-designed 61-Point High-Density Reticular AF system is said to be Canon’s most sophisticated AF to date, featuring multi-zonewide-area AF for better tracking. A new dedicated AF menu tab saves users from digging through menu functions. A new Multi-layer iFCL (intelligent Focus Color Luminance) metering system takes color and luminosity surrounding chosen AF points into account, whichCanon says will provide new levels of accuracy in fast-changing, tricky light.
The kit includes:
· 8GB CF Memory Card
· Spare Canon LP-E6 Battery
· Slinger Camera Bag
· Flashpoint Professional Battery Grip
· Red Giant Adorama Production Bundle for PC/Mac ($599.00 Retail Value)
The SanDisk Extreme Compact Flash cards are what I use when shooting weddings (actually, when shooting all the time) and there are times when I “machine-gun” it and never once have I had to wait while those large Nikon D3 RAW files are written to my memory card.
So let’s get started:
SanDisk 4GB ExtremeCompact Flash Memory Card – Up to 40MB/S Read/Write, UDMA Enabled – $26.95
SanDisk 8GB ExtremeCompact Flash Memory Card – Up to 60MB/S Read/Write, UDMA Enabled – $39.95
SanDisk 16GB ExtremeCompact Flash Memory Card – Up to 60MB/S Read/Write, UDMA Enabled – $69.95
SanDisk 32GB ExtremeCompact Flash Memory Card – Up to 60MB/S Read/Write, UDMA Enabled – $119.95
SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro CF90Compact Flash Memory Card – Up to 90 MB/s (600x) write speeds and UDMA-6 enabled – $99.95
SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro CF90Compact Flash Memory Card – Up to 90 MB/s (600x) write speeds and UDMA-6 enabled – $179.95