3 hours ago Lens Rentals Blog Geek Articles A Brief History of Early Lenses: Part 1 By Roger Cicala We are all recent-centric. We tend to think the technology we use didn’t exist until last year or so, even though the roots of it go way back. Phone apps are a great example.
Just Now By Lensrentals Each year, to try to share as much information as possible with our community here at Lensrentals.com. Being one of the largest rental houses in the world, we think that our end-of-the-year data can show a pretty broad scope of where the industry is heading and what we can expect into next year and beyond. Podcast Episode
4 hours ago By Zach Sutton. When teaching basic lighting principles, I break down how to light a subject into having three basic variables – Intensity of Light, Quality of Light, and Direction of Light. The intensity of light is pretty simple in its execution – how bright or dim your light is. Quality of light refers to whether it’s soft […]
8 hours ago How It Works 1 SHOP Browse our exhaustive inventory until you find the perfect gear. 2 SHIP YOUR ITEMS We’ll ship your order to arrive on the day you ask to receive it. 3 SHOOT Go out and get some great shots during your rental period. 4 RETURN Return the equipment in the same box on the day your rental ends.
Just Now Lensrentals.com, 2020 This is a self-contained unit. On the backside is a small cam that inserts into a barrel slot. Rotating the zoom barrel moves the cam up and down, and the sensor reads that position. Lensrentals.com, 2020 With all of that stuff disconnected, the next step is obviously to remove the inner (white) electronics barrel.
3 hours ago I’m Roger and I am the founder of Lensrentals.com. Hailed as one of the optic nerds here, I enjoy shooting collimated light through 30X microscope objectives in my spare time. When I do take real pictures I like using something different: a Medium format, or Pentax K1, or a Sony RX1R. Tweet Posted in Equipment
Just Now Brand new, it would have set us back $1,899.95 – however, the rental price through LensRentals ended up being $144 total for two weeks! And that was before the 15% LensRentals discount code given to us. Aerial photo taken with a 24-70 f/2.8 LensRental lens
1 hours ago Ninety-nine point nine percent of the time cameras I review are ones I purchase with my hard-earned Pesos… The other tenth of a percent of time, I rent or borrow the camera. I recently gave LensRentals.com a little business, renting the Leica M-E and the Leica 35mm f/2.0 Summicron-M Asph Lens for the Leica M9/M-E review – In 2015 article.
7 hours ago I’ve been blogging about testing and taking apart camera equipment for almost a decade. Lensrentals.com has many thousand lenses these days, and they all get used frequently. When you have lots of lenses and they get used frequently, stuff gets inside them. Usually the stuff that gets inside is dust. Our repair techs open up […] 1 2
5 hours ago Lens rental company Lensrentals has posted an interesting blog post on the subject of filters. Ostensibly side-stepping the issue of whether UV filters are actually beneficial, it illustrates the effect of stacks of UV filters of different qualities. Acknowledging this isn't a real-world application, it does show that, if you are going to use filters, you probably shouldn't try to …
2 hours ago I’m Roger and I am the founder of Lensrentals.com. Hailed as one of the optic nerds here, I enjoy shooting collimated light through 30X microscope objectives in my spare time. When I do take real pictures I like using something different: a Medium format, or Pentax K1, or a Sony RX1R. Tweet Posted in Lenses and Optics Lens Genealogy – Part 2
1 hours ago Sure, that $2,000 lens makes sense for wedding photographers that have nearly every weekend booked, but for photographers just starting out, LensRentals makes it possible to rent the same $2,000
LensRentals is one of the biggest camera gear rental companies in the US, so to help you decide if this is the right company for you, I’ve written this comprehensive LensRentals review.
Lens Rental BorrowLenses offers lens rentals for all major brands from major manufactures including Canon, Sony, and Nikon, as well as 3rd parties such as Sigma and Zeiss. You can sort by specific lens types to help you figure which will fit your needs, or sort by things such as brand, camera mount, max aperture, focal range, and more.
That being said, LensRentals reviews are overwhelmingly positive! Thanks to their wide variety of services and insurance options, LensRentals rarely requires a deposit. 99% of all rentals go through with no additional funds; no card holds, or money taken out only to be returned in 7-10 business days.
Ryan is joined by Joey, who will be answering photo questions and for all things video we’ve got one of our video producers here too, Dom is back! We’ll cover everything from the history of Lensrentals, to why it’s so hard to find a decent video camera that shoots decent stills.