Our new Wish List feature is live! Stockpile lusted-after lenses, turn hoarding into organization, or just show off what you love with your BorrowLenses account Wish List – a great resource for groups, personal projects, large production planning, and more.
Here are 5 new things we’re super excited about that are now available to rent, including the Hasselblad X1D. Also, check out some sample imagery from the X1D!
A quick primer on everything you need to know about sensor size and what it means for your photography, plus a list of great sensor comparison tools to try out!
2016 produced a lot of high-profile, long-awaited updates to flagship favorites: the Nikon D5, Canon 5D Mark IV, Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 III, Fuji X-Pro 2, and the Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8E, just to name a few. Here are some big and small releases in 2016 that you might have missed.
You choose the gear you want, tell us when you want it and for how long, then we ship the gear directly to you. Questions? Here is your guide to custom order durations, deposits, returns, cancellations, packing, and more!
The WEAPON 8K is part of RED’s DSMC2 line, which features simultaneous REDCODE RAW® and Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR/HD recording, integrated smart connectors for cable-free peripheral attachment, and faster read/write speeds for lower compression – all in a smaller and lightweight form factor compared to prior models.
Move beyond mediocre in the new year with 3 important settings beginners often overlook. Get started today practicing these key things for camera proficiency and better photography.
The 5D Mark IV is an excellent camera for both photographers and hybrid shooters but videographers might find some features sorely missing, despite 4K capture. Learn more about the pros and cons of the latest in Canon’s legendary 5D line.
We’re now renting cameras converted for UV sensitivity, standard IR, full spectrum IR, and H-Alpha. Learn what each of these unique modifications can do for your imagery.
Do you ever wonder why you’re not nailing focus despite being told that your camera and lens are both fast and sharp enough for the job? It might not be because you’re missing the moment or going soft in the eyes. The solution might be buried in your settings.