Save big on Tamron Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. $130 instant savings on the 16-300mm All-In-One™ Zoom and $100 instant savings on the SP 150-600mm Di VC USD Super Tele Zoom. Hurry! Offer valid 11/25-12/3 only.
Instant savings amounts are valid only if the purchase is made 11/25-12/3/16.
- 16-300mm (model B016): $130
- 150-600mm (model A011) $100
Instant rebates on several Sigma lenses and coverters now until November 29, 2016.
- 17-50mm F2.8 EX DC OS HSM (#583/58C) - $300 Rebate
- 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM (#589) - $300 Rebate
- 150-600mm F5-6.3 Sports DG OS HSM (#740) - $200 Rebate
- 150-600mm F5-6.3 Contemporary DG OS HSM (#745) - $150 Rebate
- 35mm F1.4 Art DG HSM & MC-11 Converter (#340 & #89E/S) - $200 Rebate
- 50mm F1.4 Art DG HSM & MC-11 Converter (#311 & #89E/S) - $200 Rebate
- 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 Contemporary DC Macro OS HSM (#886)- Free USB Dock (#878)
Please note the For the MC-11 promotions with the 35mm and 50mm, BOTH the MC-11 and lens MUST be sold at the same time to receive the $200 rebate. If you have any questions or would like to order please call Camera West Walnut Creek (925) 935-1424 or Rancho Mirage (760) 992-5422.
Camera West Walnut Creek and Rancho Mirage will be closed on the following dates.
- Wednesday, November 23 and Thursday, November 24
- Saturday, December 24 and Sunday, December 26
- Saturday, December 31 and Sunday, January 1
We wish you all a happy holiday season.
Leica has announced a shipping date of mid-January 2017 for the new Leica SL 50mm f1.4 Summilux ASPH lens. We are now accepting pre-orders for this fantastic new lens. If you have any questions or would like to order please call Camera West Walnut Creek (925) 935-1424 or Rancho Mirage (760) 992-5422.
This new lens is the professional choice for the normal 50mm focal length and built to deliver the highest optical performance in its class. Some new features of the Summilux-SL is an updated new motorized focusing system. The multilayer coating will help reduce distortion and tremendously boosts the performance.
Camera West is proud to share a guest blog from our friend John Ricca. To check out John’s full line of work http://www.riccapics.com Thank you, John, for sharing your work with us.
During one of the classroom sessions, my dear friend and co-instructor Keith Walklet said that one object in a scene is an instance, two objects is a coincidence, and three or more is a pattern. Well, that reminded me of this image that I made in Budapest last spring; the mother of all patterns. It looks as if it is one object, or maybe, a row of objects that I copied over and over to create an abstract scene. In fact, it is an apartment building with balconies that stagger one behind the other. I converted it to high key black & white, and then, inverted it, so that it is upside down from the original. The result is this unusual abstract. -John Ricca