Doing a a few practical tests before heading down to the show. (Duclos 70-200mm and Zeiss 21mm ZF.2 Cine-Mod)

Photo Collection of NAB 2011

It’s that time of year once again. Duclos Lenses closes up shop except for those few unlucky employees who stay behind to keep the wheel turning. This year everyone is flying from LA to Vegas… What a waste. I prefer my loyal automobile to get me there in about the same amount of time as those flying fools. I’ll be snapping photos the whole way there and while at the show whenever I find something cool or interesting worth sharing. A virtual photo tour, as it were, for my guests to enjoy. I’ll do my best to utilize my plethora of Apple and Nikon/Canon toys to show as much as I can, as quick as I can. Please feel free to ask questions or request specific photos and I’ll do my best to accommodate. Now onto the photos!


UPDATE: Between WordPress’ irritating interface and the Hilton’s sluggish (at best) wifi, I’ve decided just to upload all to Flickr via my 3G iPad connection. Click the link below for the gallery. Enjoy!

click here: NAB 2011 GALLERY


Hitting the road, Vegas bound.
Duclos Lenses mobile command center. Fully operational.
Duclos 70-200mm prototype arrives from LA just in time to show around tomorrow.


Doing a a few practical tests before heading down to the show. (Duclos 70-200mm and Zeiss 21mm ZF.2 Cine-Mod)





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Matthew Duclos - Connoisseur of Glass

6 thoughts on “Photo Collection of NAB 2011”

  1. Why are we not able to expand the images of the Photo Collection? I tried to click on the thumnails using Safari and Firefox and could not see large images. That’s too bad…
    Best regards

    1. Jean,

      I haven’t been there yet. The thumbnail is photos from last year. They will be updated from the show starting tomorrow.

  2. Matt, I heard focus breathing is fairly prominent with the Nikon 70-200mm, is this something you find to be the case?

    1. Actually I find quite the contrary. Breathing is present (it’s based on a still photo lens, afterall) but less than comparable tele zooms and certainly within reason.

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