NAPfS’s November 2016 meeting will be held on Nov 3rd, 2016 starting at 7PM.
LOCATION: United Christian Church at 3500 West Parmer Lane, Austin, Tx. 78727.
The meeting schedule is:
7:00PM – Meet and Greet
7:30PM – Speaker: Greg Burger from Precision Camera
8:00PM – Monthly Competition
Submission Deadline: Midnight, Sunday Oct 30th.
November is an open competition. Any image from the last 2 years may be entered. Participants will be divided into two classes. Each club member will choose which class to enter. For more information, see this post.
Our guest judge for November’s competition will be Greg Burger and Rodger Backman of Precision Camera & Video.
Mirrorless Cameras and the new DJI Mavic Drone
With Speaker Greg Burger & Robert Backman, Precision Camera & Video
Gregg Burger is the General Manager of Precision Camera. He has been in the photo industry for over 35 years. He has owned Olympus, Minolta, Canon and Nikon. His current cameras are the Nikon D750 and the Sony A7RII. Both full frame and both are great cameras. Which one does he use more now?
Robert Backman is the top sales person at Precision Camera and has been a Nikon shooter for many years, he shoots weddings and portraits, but is best known for sports. He shoots for a national online sports site. At the games he still brings his Nikon but lately his Olympus and Fuji have been used more and more. Why? Ask him at the meeting.
Mirrorless cameras are not taking a backseat to normal size DSLR’s any more. Mirrorless cameras have many advantages over their larger Nikon and Canon brethren. Smaller and lighter, they are ideal or travel, but don’t stop there. Recent mirrorless have closed the quality gap too and are making spectacular images. Greg and Rodger will bring a selection of current mirrorless cameras from Olympus, Fuji and Sony for a little up close and personal Q&A.
And, as a bonus, Greg and Robert plan to bring along the new (and tiny) DJI Mavic drone. The Mavic is the newest and most compact professional level drone on the market. The best part? It is affordable and easy enough for anyone to use. Come see one up close and personal.