Outdoor photographer Jim M. Goldstein discusses a complex scam hitting photographers who sell prints online. The scam follows an old playbook, but with a new twist involving the real transfer and loss of thousands of dollars. You might think you’re protected by your bank, credit card fraud protection and/or home or professional photography insurance, but you’re not thanks to voluntary-parting exclusions. Protect yourself by learning about the details of the scam, what voluntary-parting is and 7 ways you can avoid being scammed out of your hard-earned money.
My review of the Canon 5D Mark IV after a series of real world tests. Get more information about Canon’s latest DSLR offering, the Canon 5D Mark IV, with my individual test videos:
Canon 5D Mark IV can be found here:
Kirk L-Bracket that fit the 5D IV (even thought it is a 5D III)
How far has Canon DSLR technology come since the release of the 1st Canon branded DSLR in 1998? To find out we put the Canon D2000 head-to-head shot-for-shot against the latest Canon 5DS R. To my surprise the D2000 still has some tricks up its sleeve!
2 megapixel CCD sensor
Crop factor of 1.6X
ISO range of 200-1600
File formats of JPG or TIF
Canon 5DS R
50 megapixel CMOS sensor
Full frame sensor (no crop factor)
ISO range of 100-12800
File formats of RAW, M-RAW, S-RAW & JPG