To prevent a potentially expensive repair to your camera’s USB port, try our simple strategies: It’s important to support the USB cable so that any strain on the port is alleviated. An easy way to do this is to thread the lead through the strap, allowing enough length to loop lead into socket. Another solution…Details
We are now offering Infrared conversions to Canon DSLR’s This involves removing the low pass filter from the cameras sensor then fitting an Infrared filter of your choice in its place to produce stunning effects. These pictures were taken by us after converting two of our customer’s cameras to infrared. The one of the tree…Details
This week we received a lovely thank you from one of our customers whose lens was just not performing as it should. We love sorting out our customer’s problems but we love eating chocolates even more.
Needless to say, the chocolates didn’t sit around for long.
Thank You Andy, very much appreciated.
Here is a camera from my own collection. A Canon IIB The Canon IIB first went on sale April 1949 based very much on the Leica IIIc The interesting thing about this camera as you can see from the base plate, it was “made in occupied Japan” At the end of World War II Japan…Details