World First ‘CANIKON’ Autofocus Lens Adapter Coming from KIPON

Want to use your Canon EF-mount lenses on a Nikon camera… with autofocus? That will soon be possible. KIPON has announced the world’s first “CANIKON” lens adapter. While Canon-to-Nikon and Nikon-to-Canon lens adapters already exist, none of them allow you to use autofocus — in other words, any adapted lens is turned into a manual-focus-only […] Continue reading World First ‘CANIKON’ Autofocus Lens Adapter Coming from KIPON

Tokina Unveils the 16-28mm f/2.8 for Full-Frame Canon and Nikon DSLRs

Kenko Tokina has announced the new Tokina opera 16-28mm f/2.8 FF lens for full-frame Canon and Nikon DSLRs. A new member of Tokina’s premium “opera” lineup, the 16-28mm f/2.8 FF is a super-wide-angle lens designed for landscape, architecture, documentary, environmental, and night sky photographers. Featuring a newly designed Silent Drive module that uses GMR magnetic […] Continue reading Tokina Unveils the 16-28mm f/2.8 for Full-Frame Canon and Nikon DSLRs

In Bangkok with David Beckham

“Washing lettuce laughing” — three words you don’t expect to read on a shot list for an advertising campaign starring world-famous athlete and humanitarian David Beckham. If we weren’t careful, this concept pitched by the advertising agency could have been confused with the stock photo meme “women laughing with salad”, but we knew there could […] Continue reading In Bangkok with David Beckham

Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke Leaving After 5 Years at the Helm

The Eastman Kodak Company announced on Wednesday that Jeff Clarke is stepping down as CEO after serving for five years at the helm. Clarke is leaving the company. The Democrat & Chronicle reports that Kodak board chairman Jim Continenza, 56, will take over as the new CEO, becoming Kodak’s executive chairman. While serving as chairman […] Continue reading Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke Leaving After 5 Years at the Helm