Sony Alpha A77 Digital Camera


For amateur enthusiasts and pros looking for a backup body, the anticipation is growing for the release of the Sony Alpha A77. This lightweight camera is encased in a black weather-sealed magnesium alloy body and has a battery life of over 500 shots. The spec sheet reads as follows: 24.3 MP Exmor CMOS sensor, ISO 100-16000, 12fps with continuous AF, in-body stabilization, OLED viewfinder, GPS support, face recognition, 2D/3D panorama … Read More →



FilMe specializes in film photography needs by actively stocking deadstock film rolls from around the world apart from the usual 35mm, as well as 110, 120, 220, 4×5, 8×10, APS, Lomography and Polaroids. They recently opened their new storefront in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong and will be stocking plenty of antique cameras and accessories along with providing film processing and camera repairing services for those who need it. FILME HOME … Read More →

Sony dev-5 Digital Binoculars


New from Sony comes a product that is sure to excite birdwatchers and peeping Toms the world over. Dubbed as the first-ever digital binoculars, the dev-5 offers requisitely high levels of magnification as well as the opportunity to record full HD video (including stereo sound), an option to use a 3D record mode which captures scenes in stereoscope for playback on 3D-ready devices, and even the ability to take 7.1-megapixel … Read More →

Danny Macaskill “Industrial Revolutions” Film

“Industrial Revolutions” is the amazing new film from street trials riding star Danny Macaskill, filmed and edited for Channel 4′s documentary Concrete Circus. “Industrial Revolutions” sees Danny take his incredible bike skills into an industrial train yard and some derelict buildings in the beautiful Scottish countryside. Enjoy! Source: Billionaire Boys Club Blog .

Art of Sumo by Tomoki Momozono


Japanese photographer Tomoki Momozono, otherwise known as MOMO, began his career as a sports photographer in 2001. Following a couple of stints as a studio assistant and trainee photographer, MOMO honed his skills in photography and lighting, which eventually turned into a contract with Japanese publisherBungeishunju. Shown above is a series of photographs from Momozono titled “Art of Sumo,” an outsider’s view into the iconic sport of Japanese sumo wrestling. Source: mashKULTURE

8 Hours in Brooklyn

“8 Hours in Brooklyn” is Next Level Pictures’ latest video presentation. Simply shot with a Phantom Flex camera (you know the 1,000,000 fps camera) , the concept behind the video was to document whatever the group could find in Brooklyn, New York during an eight hour time span. The result is this artistic video featuring skateboarders, break dancers, basketball players and more in stunning slow motion shots. Parts of the … Read More →

Phantom v1610 1,000,000 fps Camera


Vision Research’s new “Phantom v1610″ isn’t particularly attractive, nor is it as trendy an accessory as some other, better-designed cameras can be marketed as. It has only one draw, and what a draw that is: this camera can shoot up to one million frames per second. That’s right, per second. Calling this fast is an understatement. Although resolution won’t be particularly sharp and the memory fills up in a little … Read More →

“Golf Wang” Book by Odd Future


Odd Future adds a book to its repertoire as the popular music group previews its upcoming title, Golf Wang. Created entirely by the crew and its circle of friends, Golf Wang features 196 pages of photography, design and writing, offering an inside glimpse into a world that crosses skating, hip-hop and plenty of mischief. The first 500 pre-orders of Golf Wang will receive an 8.5 x 11 photo print signed … Read More →

LA Light by Colin Rich

Colin Rich looked to capture the “electric radiance” of Los Angeles through a beautifully shot time-lapse video seen here. It took approximately six months to acquire the necessary clips which came with great difficulty as Homeland Security was a thorn in the side during the shooting process. The footage was captured via Canon 5D Mark II and 7D cameras together with Zeiss and Canon lenses, and custom hardware. . LA … Read More →

Ricoh GXR Leica M-mount APS-C Module


Photographers exploring the market for a more versatile interchangeable system can look to the recently unveiled Leica M-Mount Module for Ricoh’s GXR camera. The module packs a 12 megapixel APS-C size sensor, but most notably a Leica M-Mount to supplement one’s favorite Leica glass. The manual Leica-style shooting is further complemented with a new focus-assist function to enhance manual shooting accuracy. Be on the lookout as the Ricoh GXR Leica … Read More →