Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM C Lens Unboxing | Tips & Techniques
Whats in the box! Looking to purchase the new Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 OS DC Macro Contemporary Lens? Not really sure of what your getting. In this video we un box this sucker and show you what your hard earned dollars are paying for and what my first impressions are of this new lens. This lens is part of Sigma Corporations Global Vision Series lens line up.
About this product:
The 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC Macro was the first lens in the Contemporary category of Sigma’s Global Vision series. The 17-70mm was designed to be an all-purpose lens for APS-C sized sensors, with a great focal length and macro capability. It is also equipped with a Hyper Sonic Motor and an Optical Stabilizer for improved image sharpness. The HSM ensures quiet, accurate, and quick autofocusing while the OS compensates for camera shake when shooting by hand. The construction of the 17-70mm includes new Thermally Stable Composite material, which allows for improved durability as well a reduction in size by 30% compared to other models. Two FLD glass elements, which have performance equal to fluorite, are incorporated with one SLD element to highly reduce color aberration at the highest degree. This lens is compatible with Sigma’s USB dock to allow customization and firmware upgrades.
Looking for some instructions on how to use the Neewer NW-880 Timer Shutter Remote/ Intervalometer. This little remote control is packed with many features that can be challenging to first figure out. So in this tutorial I will walk you through each step on how to setup and use the NW-800.
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*Caution, make sure you choose the right model for your camera. Canon Rebel users including the EOS 60D and 70D should use the linked E3 model.
Branding is important for business growth and this tutorial will help you start setting up Adobe Lightroom 5's identity plate, plus step you through adding watermarks with in Lightroom's built in watermark tools to display your branding and copyrights on your images.
About this tutorial:
This is another tutorial were I am focusing on the ins and outs of Adobe Lightroom. So many tutorials show photographers how to work in the develop module, but few show anything else about Lightroom. So I am going through every detail of Lightroom and teaching about every detail of the program. In this video tutorial I focus on two things, the Identity Plate and Watermarks. Now I have combined these for two reasons, one they are both about branding and two the ID plate tutorial would be ridiculously short. But since they are simple, I am at least able to provide solid setup detail for anyone needing to use these features in Lightroom 5.
Many photographers are taking to the skies with quad copters and other various unmanned aircraft to get amazing views for both video and still photos. But looks like this could come to an end as the US pushes to put strict limits and force registration of these air craft.