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Now through 3.29.20! Get your new gear for the new year! If you didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas, this is the sale for you!
Big savings on the best from Sigma! Call now for availability and to get that new lens you’ve been waiting for!
Save $200 on these G2 lenses, 7 days only!
December 16th – 22nd!
Stop by the store and get that lens someone special’s been waiting for, or the special lens YOU’VE been waiting for! Hurry, before these holiday deals melt away! Give us a call to get yours now. 303-797-0700
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And Sony is offering some of its best savings for the photographer in your life!
Don’t miss the chance to get in on these deals! Stop by the store and make someones holiday one to remember!
Stop in for your savings anytime from November 17th to December 5th
- 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Art – $250 off
- 50mm F1.4 DG HSM Art – $120 off
- 85mm F1.4 DG HSM Art – $120 off
- MC-11 Mount Converter – $100.00 off
Make this the best holiday ever for the photographer in your life! Stop by the store or give us a call 303-797-0700 and we’ll help you get the new lens you’ve wanted at a price you’ve been waiting for!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, December 6th and 7th
Sony will be in the store for two days with their latest cameras, lenses and accessories. Try them out in store and find a Sony mirrorless camera or lens for you or the camera lover in your family.
Sony has updated the A9, one of the highest-end cameras it sells. The new Mark II model doesn’t change much, keeping the same 24-megapixel full-frame sensor and it’s fast blackout free 20 fps continuous shooting speed, which positions it as suitable for challenging situations like sports and wedding photography. But there have been a few meaningful tweaks that make the A9 II less of a compromise over other Sony cameras.
The traditional mechanical shutter has doubled in speed and is now capable of shooting at 10 fps, which will be useful for photographers who rely on flash sync or find themselves under flickering lights. A few other specs have brought the A9 II in line with the recently released
A7R IV: 5.5-stop in-body stabilization, improved dust and water resistance, and the touchscreen interface should all now be the same across the two cameras. Sony also says the AF tracking has improved, thanks to a new algorithm.
The A9 II’s connectivity has received significant upgrades. The camera now has gigabit Ethernet along with a USB-C 3.2 port, and there’s also now support for 5GHz Wi-Fi alongside the previous 2.4GHz band. This is likely to make the A9 II a compelling option for pros who shoot tethered to a laptop. The body only sells for around $4500.