Timur Civan was not content with the lens offerings for his Canon 5DmkII, so he outfitted it with a Wollensak 35mm F5.0 Cine-Velostigmat lens from 1908. That's over a hundred years of photography history in one camera. And it works!
Most popular, mid-to-high-range DSLRs eventually get their own waterproof diving cases, but this one is special. It's a Sea&Sea housing for a Canon 5D Mk II, and it lets you take videos like this:
Yeah, sure, it was cool to see a professional photographer spin HD video gold from the Canon 5D Mark II. But that guy is famous, had a mountain of equipment, a crew, and a freaking helicopter. Not so for the humble photographer and videographer at Akihabara News, who took the 5D, a few days and a laptop to shoot and…