Vincent Pang Photography

Freelance Photographer in Malaysia for Wedding, Portrait, Events, Products, Fine Art and any photography related services

new toy, the Canon 7D

I was at Midvalley to meet a client. And after that, I went to a shop just to check out the new Canon 7D and brought it back with me :(

Here's some of the 7D key features

- 18 Megapixel APS-C sized CMOS sensor
– 8 FPS shooting speed
– 19 Cross type Autofocus sensors
– Full HD (1080P) video at 24, 25 and 30 FPS
– Live View with a 3" 920k LCD
– Built-in flash doubles as Speedlight Transmitter
– 100% viewfinder


Below are sample photos from this camera


Testing out the wireless flash feature


Click to view large to appreciate :)

My new baby

Got myself a new Point and Shoot (PnS) recently. It is the Canon G9.

Well it's not the latest Canon G10 model. However, I have done some checking, and I don't found much difference and I like the button on this much more. The exposure dial on the left is kinda redundant in the G10, i prefer the G9.

My friends thought I'm crazy for getting a PnS when I already have DSLR. Here's a photo of my new baby.

My New Baby Canon G9


Sample photos taken by the Canon G9
Sample shots from Canon G9


Canon - Destined Evolution unveiled ! Canon EOS 5D MKII

Ya it is finally out, the long a wait Canon 5D Mark II

Key Specifications:
-New 21.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor with improved EOS Integrated Cleaning System (E.I.C.S.)
-New Full HD 1080 resolution movie recording
-3.9 frames per second continuous shooting
-High performance DiG!C 4 processor providing superb image quality
-Maximum 310 large JPEG images in a single burst with a UDMA card
-3.0” VGA (920k dots) Clear View LCD
-ISO 100-6400 (expansion from 50 up to 25,600)
-9 AF points + 6 Assist AF points

Pricing & Availability:
-The EOS 5D Mark II (body only) is available from end of November 2008 priced at £2299.99 / €2999.99 RRP inc. VAT.
-The EOS 5D Mark II, EF 24-105mm f4.0L IS USM kit is available from end of November 2008 priced at £3049.99 / €3999.99 RRP inc. VAT.

Quoted from Canon

Please click here to view sample photos taken with the new Canon 5D MK II

How to clean fungus inside a lens

Fungus can grow inside a lens if it has moisture being left there for a long time. However, fungus can easily be killed if they got expose to sunlight. That said, you should use your lens regularly (every week) and rest assure you shouldn't have fungus. Shoot an object a day, keep the fungus away ! hahaha

Unluckily, one of the lens my brother own has fungus in it and I have decided to give it a try to remove it.


The problem.
This is how fungus looks like on my brother's Konica Minolta 75-300mm f4.5-5.6