Happy Friday everyone!

Let’s jump right into this week’s #PhotoFriday Roundup:

Trade in & Trade Up

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Did you know that we buy used equipment? Resurrect those that old photo equipment. Fill out our quote form or call direct to trade in or cash out used cameras, lenses, lighting and other photography equipment.

 

360 for All

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Announced this week, the Ricoh Theta SC 360 Degree Spherical Panorama Digital Camera offers high image quality with high-precision stitching technology that delivers an astonishing 360° experience. The slim, lightweight design makes this an ideal 360° camera for portability and is easy to handhold without the use of additional accessories, while the dual fish-eye lenses capture all of your surroundings with a simple push of a button.

Pre-Order here.

A Professional-Class Camera

screen-shot-2016-10-14-at-11-58-38-amThe α6500 professional-class APS-C interchangeable-lens camera features unbeatably fast autofocus; High-density Tracking AF Technology with comprehensive phase-detection AF point coverage; enhanced buffer for continuous shooting at up to 11fps (Hi+); 5-axis optical image stabilization; and touchscreen focus control.

Customer Delivery Date: December 6th, 2016

Pre-Order here.

Samy’s Link Love

Check out our favorite media of the week from the photography world.

This ‘street corner’ photographer is capturing NYC portraits in one shot

Source: http://nyp.st/2d4Hx4I

Disneyland Used Photo Trickery to Hide Uncle Walt’s Bad Habit

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Did you know that Walt Disney was a smoker? Like, a three-pack-a-day smoker? Well, there are tons of photos where Disney is flashing a strange two finger point. That’s because, in an effort to keep Disney’s smoking habit out of the sight of children visiting Disneyland, the company airbrushed his cigarettes out of photos.

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The folks at Disney were quite thorough in their efforts.

Source: http://bit.ly/2dcFY4N

BONUS

A (Photo) Trip to the Desert

From the official Desert Trip website:

“A one-of-a-kind, 36,000 square foot exhibit with over 200 classic and rarely seen images from rock’s glorious heyday. Featuring the work of over a dozen of the biggest names in rock & roll photography, including: Michael Cooper, Henry Diltz, Lynn Goldsmith, Bob Bonis, Bob Gruen, Elliott Landy, Gered Mankowitz, Jim Marshall, David Montgomery, Terry O’Neill, Denis O’Regan, Ethan Russell, Barrie Wentzell, Baron Wolman, and others.”

I think your weekend plans have just been made for you.