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Introducing the EOS R

6th September 2018

Building on over three decades of continuous EOS innovation, the EOS R System is based around a pioneering lens mount which offers greater creative possibilities and even more dynamic ways of capturing every moment. It redefines the boundaries of photography and filmmaking.

It boasts an RF mount, full frame sensor and smaller size.  Wanna know more?

Summer cashbacks ending soon

15th August 2018

Both offers finish on August 31st 2018.

Canon claims must be submitted before Midnight on 16/10/2018 - Submit your Canon cashback claim here

Nikon claims must be submitted before 30/09/2018 - Submit your Nikon cashback claim here

NEOPAN ACROS 100

14th August 2018

We're pleased to have this very fine grained ISO100 black and white film back on our shelves. Acros is a 'modern emulsion' type film, similar to Kodak's T-Max or Ilford's Delta and employs Fujifilm's Sigma Crystal Technology and Super Uniform Fine-Grain Technology, resulting in an increased amount of light captured by the film grains and more efficient use of this light. Additionally, Acros has a very low reciprocity failure (the requirement for longer than indicated exposures when exposing for longer than 1 second).

Annual Holidays

2nd August 2018

Holiday time is near for us. We will be closing for two weeks from Saturday 21st of July and reopening on Tuesday August 7th at 09.00. Remember to stock up before we go. Happy holidays to all our customers!

GUNNS NEW WEBSITE GOES LIVE

8th July 2018

Thanks for visiting us today.  We hope you enjoy our new site.  We are still adding products to it, so if you can't find what you are looking for, please call us or email - sales@johngunn.ie.  We will soon be launching our online photolab with Fuji.  In the meantime, if you want an online service, email photolab@johngunn.ie.  We look forward to working with you!

Guess who's back?

18th June 2018

TMAX P3200 has just been relaunched by Kodak.  It is a black-and-white negative film that offers the ability to expose at variable speeds from ISO 400 - 6400 with the requisite changes in development. It is classified as an ultra-high speed and offers fine grain vis-a-vis it's sensitivity. It is very useful for very fast action and for subjects that require good depth of field combined with fast shutter speeds. It is also an excellent choice for available-light documentary photography. Additionally, the grain structure of T-Max 3200 is popular for fine art applications....

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