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Photo Geek Awards Get No Respect

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When I came up with the idea for the Photogeek Geek Photo Contest, it was mostly for fun. I didn't think too many people would actually enter. But at last count there are nearly 100 entries up on the contest page already. There are even a couple of people who managed to capture the bokeh [...]

Nikon's Early April Fool Joke?

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Nikon's new Coolpix A camera has some impressive specifications, what with its 16 megapixel APS-C sensor, 18.5mm f/2.8 lens, and $1,100 price tag. Nowhere in those specifications, though, is a claim for Vibration Reduction that I can find. But the packaging department apparently didn't get the memo: the box sure claims it has VR. Well, [...]

Roger's Law of New Product Introduction

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For several years now, my occupation has been to basically read everything written about new equipment. In order to help everyone save time, and to save the Internet millions of electrons, I have developed a concise method to summarize all such discussions for all newly introduced imaging equipment. I modestly call this Roger's Law of [...]

A Big Addition

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Of course, we really couldn't stand the idea that there was a lens somewhere that we didn't own. So, Tyler went and got us a new telephoto, the Sigma 200-500mm f/2.8 for Canon (Available for rental, of course). It came in a rather large box today.

The Damage Waiver Bearly Covered This One

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A lot of photographers are glad they took out the damage waiver on equipment when accidents happen. While we hate losing equipment, I have to admit we sometimes enjoy reading about exactly how this lens or that camera returned in the shape it did. This weekend, though, we not only got one of the best [...]

LensRentals 2011: Our Best Blog Posts

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Happy New Year! We don't post as often as some other blogs because we try and develop well researched, insightful blog posts. Even though we don't post often, over the course of the year, we develop a LOT of content. This year, we think we developed some really good stuff. We've broken our most interesting [...]