Friday, April 18, 2014
If your pictures have revealed fine black blurry dots, then you could have a problem with dust on your camera sensor. Cleaning your camera sensor can seem quite daunting, after all it is the most expensive part of the camera and susceptible to damage. This video shows how to clean a DSLR sensor. Don't want to do it yourself? Central Camera Company in Chicago sells cleaning kits, and offers sensor cleaning service! Camera Sensor Cleaning Service Starting At Only $30.00! Are you a Chicago photographer looking for a camera shop that offers sensor cleaning service? Central Camera Company provides sensor cleaning service starting at only $30.00, depending on the camera and the severity of the problem. Bring your camera in today for an free inspection and quote!
Thursday, March 6, 2014
This video gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the craftsmanship and making of Leica lenses in the production facilities of Leica Camera AG. Every Leica lens is hand-crafted and goes through meticulous manufacturing processes to uphold the quality and precision that Leica defines and customers have come to expect. In the age where technology almost inevitably means mass manufacturing, Leica products are still made with exacting precision by the hands of highly-trained technicians.
Monday, February 24, 2014
#CentralCameraCo Presents Today's Old #Chicago Photo: 1918 - Today’s classic Chicago photo is a 1918 exterior view of a storefront in Chinatown, Hip Lung Yung Kee & Company, at 233 West 22nd Street- From The Library of Congress American Memory Collection -Cite as: DN-0070262 http://centralcameracompany.com/
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Leica and Magnum - Focus on the Future Magnum Photos International, Inc. and Leica Camera AG have begun a technological and photographic collaboration that will build upon almost a century's worth of shared history between these two world-renowned photographic institutions. Building on their shared history Magnum and Leica agreed to collaborate on a series of projects that continue their longstanding dedication to independent documentary photography. Beginning in the spring of 2011, Leica will sponsor the creation of a series of independently produced multimedia essays that will highlight the personal journeys and insatiable curiosity of Magnum photographers. The stories will be published at the homepages of Magnum Photos, the LFI Magazine, and also at this homepage. In addition to supporting individual projects, Leica and Magnum will use the production of the new essays as an opportunity to learn from Magnum photographers' experiences in the field with the latest Leica equipment and thus develop the Leica portfolio according to the needs of photographers world-wide.
Friday, January 3, 2014
The Leica M has been around for over 50 years, since its introduction in 1954 with the M3, but the formula has stayed pretty much the same. With much more technologically advanced cameras around, the Leica M9 seems quite low-tech in comparison. So it's no surprise that a lot of people ponder why the Leica M is still around today and why owners are so enthusiastic about owning and using the digital M8/M8.2 or M9.
Friday, December 27, 2013
#CentralCameraCo Presents Today's Old #Chicago Photo: 1926, Image of crowds standing along Wacker Driv
#CentralCameraCo Presents Today's Old #Chicago Photo: 1926, Image of crowds standing along Wacker Drive, located in the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois, for a ceremony celebrating the opening of Wacker Drive. Cars decorated with streamers are driving past the crowds, and American flags and streamers are displayed on streetlights. Tribune Building and other buildings are visible in the background. - From The Library of Congress American Memory Collection - DN-0082361
Thursday, December 19, 2013
#CentralCameraCo Presents Today's Old #ChicagoPhoto: 1914, View of a crowd standing outdoors in front of LaSalle Street Bank, located at 226 South LaSalle Street in the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois. The crowd is spilling onto LaSalle Street and automobiles are visible on the street. - From The Library of Congress American Memory Collection - DN-0062848