I was just going through a wonderful article by Jan Ozer at EventDv about the event shooting with multiple cameras. He has laid emphasis on matching transitions to tempo, changing camera angles and many other tips that would surely benefit the event shooters.
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Zeiss has announced the new C Sonnar T* 1.5/50 ZM lens that is claimed to be a perfect choice for a photojournalist. The C Sonnar T* 1.5/50 ZM lens is the rebirth of the famed Sonnar 1.5/50 lenses. The C Sonnar T* 1.5/50 ZM lens is developed for the Zeiss Ikon Rangefinder and rangefinders with the M bayonet mount. Ideal for light photography, these lenses deliver precise shots and fits the mounts of ZM wide angle lenses. Colored in tempting chrome or black, the Zeiss C Sonnar T* 1.5/50 ZM retail for a price of $1,063.00. Hmm…the price seems to pick on your pockets.
Olympus has unveiled an updated version of their E-500 camera dubbed E-510. The main difference in this is the use of a live view LCD. On the sensor side you will get a 10 Megapixel one at up to 1600 ISO on that Fourth Thirds lens mount. It also includes a CF and an xD card slot for enhancing the memory. It also boasts of the newest generation of TruePic III image processor. The E-510 has a higher capacity battery and an OIS. That makes for the $100 difference in price. The E-510 (picture on top) goes for $799 and will be available in June while the E-410 (pictured above) runs at $699 and will be available in May. Via: engadget