Compact, lightweight 4K setup for creators, vloggers and streamers.
Creators, meet the camera you’ve been looking for. The Z 30 is packed with the features you need, like a front-facing screen, crisp 4K video, crystal-clear audio and worry-free autofocus. Designed to inspire your best work with easy operation, smart connectivity and convenience.
A new generation built upon the rapidly expanding Z mirrorless platform with more impressive image quality, more speed, more workflow enhancements… more of everything you want in an ultra-high-performance camera.
New Alpha 7S III Empowers Creators with 4K 120P[i] Video, 10-bit 4:2:2 Recording, 15+ Stop Dynamic Range[ii], Improved AF Performance and More
Newly developed BIONZ XR™ image processing engine with eight times more processing power[iii] and a brand new 12.1-megapixel (approx., effective) back-illuminated full-frame Exmor R™ CMOS image sensor, significantly reduced rolling shutter effect[iv]
Ultra-high sensitivity with ISO range expandable from 40 – 409,600[v], and improved image quality by approximately 1 stop noise reductioniv in the middle and high sensitivity ranges
Video recording capabilities include 4K 120pi, 10 bit 4:2:2 color depth, All-Intra recording, XAVC HS format with H.265 codec and more
The Lytro Illum has just arrived at Bergen County Camera and this is a camera which has to be seen to believed. This new type of camera, known as a Light Field Camera, allows you to change where you focused and shift your perspective after you’ve taken the image. Stop in, learn how to use the Illum, take a few photos, and bring yours home today at Bergen County Camera. Take a look at the Lytro images we’re taking in the store here.
Nikon has announced a new upgrade to their popular D800 series, the D810. Featuring a 36.3 megapixel sensor with no Optical Low Pass Filter, similar to the D800E and a brand new Expeed 4 Processor which is 30% faster, provides less noise, supports 1080p 60fps video, and allows up to 1,200 shots or 40 minutes of video per battery charge. The ISO range has been increased with a minimum ISO of 32 (was 50) and a maximum of 51,200 (was 25,600). A brand new highlight metering mode has been added which should help with shooting spot lit environments, such as a play or concert. The biggest advancement on the D810 though is in its video features. The D810 features an internal stereo microphone with optional preset frequency ranges for better audio. It is both compatible with external recorders and allows for dual recording to both the memory card slot and the external recorder. The rear LCD screen has also been enlarged from 3 to 3.2 inches.
The Sony RX100 Mark III is now in stock. Featuring an impressive combination of a pop up viewfinder, a 24-70 f/1.8-2.8 Zeiss lens, and a 21 Megapixel 1 inch BSI-CMOS sensor. Stop in this week to try out Sony’s newest camera.