The latest from ‘Couv’ Camera…

A recent review of a modern lens from Canon…

Lot’s a cool stuff coming Saturday!

Seawood Photo has what could be the largest collection of Leica gear they have ever had! Everything from antiques to classics and even some modern stuff can be found at the Seawood tables.

Emanuelle from PhotoCamera will be on hand paying cash for your unwanted gear. Don’t miss an opportunity to convert and old camera in your closet into cold hard cash at PhotoFair!

Tim Rice will have four tables filled with every kind of filter you can imagine. Film photography needs filters and Tim has them all. You can also find common filters used in digital photography as well such as Neutral Density and Polarizers.

SJM Photo is coming up from Southern California with a variety of used gear. Check the Newark table layout and vendor guide to see all the vendors coming this week.

Don’t forget Photo Historian Jeff Martz will be doing a presentation on his Master’s of Photography series. Jeff has been very well received over the years with these presentations at PhotoFair. It is included with the price of admission so don’t miss him. He starts on the stage at 10:30 am.

Some New Vendors Coming!

The next show is right around the corner at the Newark Pavilion! We are excited to have a few new vendors coming along with many of your favorites from previous shows. Are you interested in stereo cameras? Well we have a treat for you stereo photographers whether budding or full bloomers, Bob Bloomberg will be bringing a nice selection of stereographic camera gear from classic mainstream to rare and collectible. There is something for every budget. No miss out on an opportunity to own some vintage stereo gear and get it from a guy who is an expert in the field.

We also have Jeffery Luhn coming with some professional lighting gear. Just because our modern digital cameras have great dynamic range and low light response, doesn’t mean you should not have a well lit subject. Come see some serious pro lighting at the next show!

November 13th at Newark Pavilion!