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We understand that camera sensors can and will get dirty, and we would like to help you!  However, due to COVID-19, we have a new policy in place. Any camera body entrusted to us for sensor cleaning will be put into quarantine for at least 72 hours before we proceed with handling/cleaning.  To assist us…

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Note: These Great Horned Owl babies not practising physical distancing because they all belong to the same household (nesthold?).

Dear Beau Photo Customers, We have all been affected by this life altering COVID-19 situation, and to help you, our valued customers, we are pleased to offer 50% discounts on all rentals during the pandemic! Yes, that’s right, all rentals for personal use until May 31, 2020 are now 50% off! As with before, any…

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After some anticipation, we have just received our rental unit of the new Sony A7RIV body.  This 61 MP full frame beast has 15 stops of dynamic range and despite the 61MP of resolution the A7RIV can shoot at 10fps for stills and 4K @ 30fps for video, both with Real-time Eye AF and Tracking. With 567…

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We have just added Canon’s latest DSLR in our rental pool! This 32.5MP APS-C body features the ability to record 4K video @ 30 fps & 1080p @ 120 fps, and a 10 fps stills shooting rate.  In addition to a 45 point all cross type AF system is Canon’s 5481 point Dual Pixel CMOS AF…

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…Hummingbirds or any other fast moving subjects. Why? The great advantage of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras is they can be completely silent whilst in electronic shutter mode – an invaluable feature if you’re photographing a wedding ceremony, or shooting skittish wildlife, but the rolling shutter phenomenon is something that can render an image unusable if…

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In the southwest coast of Canada, the rainy season is well & truly upon us, and for most wildlife photographers, this means a reduced opportunity to go out and shoot our favourite critters.  Wildlife photographers for the most part will avoid inclement weather and only go out shooting when the weather is sunny and/or cloudy,... Continue reading →
Cleaning Your Camera’s Sensor - Mike Mander - Introduction & Warnings Introduction & Warnings Originally published in 2005, updated in 2011, and now republished on the brand new Beau Photo Supplies website in 2017, this article is still relevant today, 12 years later! I've made a few changes and added some notes to bring this... Continue reading →
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