Last updated 25 days ago
The popularity of DSLR cameras has skyrocketed in the last year, thanks to their versatility and their unique ability to shoot a wide variety of subjects, from beautiful landscapes to family portraits. If you've purchased a DSLR camera, the first step to take is to explore its various shooting modes. After you've tested the various shooting modes on your Nikon camera or Leica DSLR camera, check out the manual to get a solid understanding of other components and settings, like ISO, exposure, metering, and focus.
If after playing around with your new camera you still have questions, speak with the pros here at Camera Land NY. Once you've mastered your Nikon or Leica camera, we can also assist you with producing photo prints. We also offer the best selection of camera accessories in NYC. Call (646) 789-4830 to learn more about improving your photography skills with our help.
Last updated 1 month ago
Today's Deal of the Day is on the Minox ZA 5 HD 1.2-6x24 30mm Tube Riflescope which is normally $499.00, however, we have some never mounted, full warranty units available @ only $329.99
With large field of view for quick aiming. Incredibly light and uniquely compact for dynamic lowland or mountain hunting.
Designed and engineered in Germany and assembled in the USA, the ZA HD riflescopes offer a 5x zoom range and new long-range reticles for improved accuracy and peace-of-mind. They come in both 1" and 30 mm tube models.
High performance German HD optics
Aluminum tube (1" and 30 mm)
Anodized scope body
5x zoom range
Long, safe eye relief
Large field of view
Reticle at the 2nd focal plane
Parallax adjustment (SF models)
Filled with Argon gas
Rapid Target Acquisition
The vignetting has been greatly reduced to create an exceptionally bright and sharp image all the way to the outer edges of the field of view. With the increased size of the exit pupil, the eye remains completely relaxed and can observe images without any further distractions – the eye is no longer preoccupied by attempts to adjust to the field of view before even getting on target - The Rapid Target Acquisition system gets the shooter quickly and precisely on target.
Clear aperture (mm):24
Parallax adjustment range (Side Focus):100 yds.
Eye relief (mm):101
Exit pupil high power (mm):4.0
Exit pupil low power (mm):13.3
Eyepiece -diopter (min):2
Eyepiece +diopter (max):2
Magnification high power:6
Magnification low power:1.2
Field of view low power / ft. at 100 yds.:81.2
Field of view high power / ft. at 100 yds.:16.2
Reticle adjustment per click at 100 yds.:0.5"
Windage travel - total:+ 90 MOA
Elevation travel - total:+ 90 MOA
Main tube outside diameter:30 mm
Overall length (inch):10.23
Front mounting distance (inch):3.41
Rear mounting distance (inch):2.27
BTW, a portion of every Minox sale is donated to United Cerebral Palsy.
We are now a stocking GDI Mount dealer. Take a look at these great mounts.
Our web builder has been working hard to update the demo pages on our site. It is set up by brand so please see:
More demo product is arriving all the time so please check back if what you're looking for is not here or just call Doug or Neil @ 212-753-5128.
Last updated 1 month ago
Are you preparing to go on a vacation to an exotic locale? Do you have your bags packed for a weekend adventure with family and friends? No matter where you're headed in the near future, it's important that you bring along the perfect camera to document your journey. Here’s a guide to selecting the best camera for traveling.
Consider Your Baggage Allowance
The first thing to consider when selecting the best camera for your traveling plans is how much space you will have in your luggage. If you don't mind carrying an extra camera case around as you explore your destination, then it might be a good idea to purchase a high quality DSLR camera by Nikon or Canon. If, however, you are short on space or prefer something that fits in your pocket, then stick with a smaller digital model.
Think About Your Subject Matter
Another consideration to make when purchasing a new camera for your trip is the subject matter that you will be shooting. Far away objects such as birds and wildlife will require a camera with a powerful zoom that allows you to capture your shot while maintaining a focus. If you will be shooting portraits of friends and travel mates, then focus instead on a camera with a quality lens.
Stick to Your Budget
No matter what your subject matter is or your camera size preference, it's important to also research different price points for a camera to bring on your travels. If you're trying to save some money for the vacation itself, then talk to the Camera Land NY staff about getting the best bang for your buck. Canon and Leica offer a wide range of products within different price points for your convenience.
Camera Land NY can also help you prepare for your vacation thanks to our passport photo services as well as our supply of practical accessories like binoculars. No matter what style of camera you're in the market for, our knowledgeable staff will see to it that your needs are met. Call (646) 789-4830 to learn more about our selection cameras and camera accessories.