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Is it possible to make a feature documentary that spans the globe without a Hollywood style budget? Mother/daughter team Gail Mooney and Erin Kelly did just that with their film, Opening Our Eyes — a documentary that tells the stories of eleven individuals across six continents making an impact in their communities. As we’ve previously mentioned, Gail Mooney shared her experience pulling it off in an hour-long seminar courtesy of B&H, and an on-line video of that seminar is now available for your perusal. It delivers an informative (and inspiring) intro for anyone thinking of launching a documentary project on a small budget: More »
Just a quick note to let prospective shooters know that the previously-announced Canon T3i is now shipping from B&H Photo. Both the kit with the EF 18-55mm lens ($899) and the body-only version ($799) are listed as in stock (as of this writing). More details on the camera here.
Just a quick note that NoFilmSchool partner B&H Photo has launched a new page allowing for a much easier way of accessing their double instant rebates — savings of up to $400 — when you buy a Canon DSLR (60D, 7D, 5D Mark II, or 1D Mark IV) with a Canon lens or Speedlight flash. Choose your DSLR and a lens; it will put both in the shopping cart and show the instant rebate right away. When I posted this previously it was a bit confusing, as the rebates didn’t show up unless you clicked through to the shopping cart. Deals expire January 8, so if you’re looking for a Canon DSLR this might be a good opportunity.
B&H has launched Double Instant Rebates for key Canon HDSLRs, offering an instant discount of up to $400 when you purchase a Canon 5D Mark II, 7D, 1D Mark IV, or 60D along with a Canon lens (or flash unit). If you’re in the market for a lens as well as a DSLR, this effectively doubles their earlier instant rebate promotion. Here are the details: More »
Just a quick note for anyone thinking about getting (deeper) into the HDSLR game: NoFilmSchool partner B&H Photo is running a ton of instant rebates ranging from $50 to $200 off popular Canon HDSLRs like the Canon 7D and Canon T2i right now. These aren’t the mail-in kind of rebate where you have to wait 6-8 weeks to get a VISA gift card in the mail — they’re instant discounts. Also, if you’re looking for gear beyond the camera itself, they’ve also put together a HDSLR Guide that might remind you of someone else’s