It's now day 3 at Focus on Imaging 2012, and it's still as busy as ever, with people keen on getting their hands on the latest Canon EOS 5D Mark III
, and Nikon D800
Here we have a look at some of the stands at Focus on Imaging, starting with Manfrotto:
Manfrotto Monopod with three small feet that can be put out to hold the monopod in position without it falling over when or if you let go.
Modo-Steady Video Camera Stabilisation System
Samyang's new lenses were on display with show offers allowing you to buy the lenses:
The new Samyang 24mm f/1.4 Lens
The new Samyang 7.5mm Fisheye for Micro Four Thirds
Samyang 8mm f/2.8 UMC Fisheye For Sony NEX or Samsung NX Mount
are showing some interesting new lighting products, with a compact lighting unit, the StroBeam DL 250 Mk III portable lighing flash unit capable of shooting up to 14fps. The second new product is a larger G-5 IGBT EID 500 capable of shooting at up to 9fps!
The G-5 IGBT can be battery or mains powered and all of the lights can be controlled by a 3G remote control and flash hot-shoe mount at a distance up to 100 meters.
The smaller DL 250 Mk III is designed for location lighting and is available in a kit.
Canon had a large stand where you could get hands on with the whole Canon EOS range including the new Canon EOS 5D Mark III
, C300 Video SLR, and a number of Powershot and IXUS cameras. You could also try the Canon telephoto lenses.
Canon were also demonstrating their high end printing:
Check back later for more coverage from the show!
More Focus On Imaging 2012 Coverage:
Canon Powershot SX260, A4000 IS, IXUS 510, 240 Hands-On
Samyang 8mm Fisheye Video Lens Announced
Hasselblad H4D Ferrari Limited Edition Hands-On
Focus On Imaging 2012 Day 2 Show Report
Focus On Imaging 2012 Day 1 Show Report