Tamron Tailgate Coming to Camera Corner Connecting Point on July 28th!

On July 28th, Camera Corner Connecting Point will be the host of the an exciting event with the Tamron Tailgate Tour!

Tamron Tailgate

Tamron Tailgate Tour Info

Come out to Camera Corner Connecting Point on Monday, July 28th at noon for FREE photography mini-sessions, a FREE tailgate lunch, giveaways and prizes, specials on Tamron lenses, a full evening seminar, and so much more!

We hope to see you soon!

CCCP is Trusted Technology Source for Green Bay Packers

Once again, Camera Corner Connecting Point is being utilized as a local quality technology center. The Green Bay Packers were experiencing difficulties with data overload, and turned to Camera Corner Connecting Point to solve this issue.

In a recently published article, CRNtv writes:

“Rick Chernick, CEO Of Camera Corner Connecting Point and a member of the Packers board of directors, said he has to earn the Packers business each and every day with top technology and services.

‘The door is open, but it doesn’t get us the business,’ he said of the relationship. ‘We have to continually give them value and deliver on it. That is what they love about us. We bring solutions to the table that help the organization be more productive and profitable.’”

This is just one of the many instances in which CCCP has been trusted as a local quality technology retailer.

Beautiful Photography on Display, Local Photographer and Loyal CCCP Customer is Behind Camera

Local photographer Cindy Jones has her work displayed at the Art Garage through July 31st!

Cindy Jones' work is exhibited at the Art Garage in Green Bay.

Cindy Jones’ work is exhibited at the Art Garage in Green Bay.

Cindy is a talented asset to the Green Bay community and works closely with the professionals at Camera Corner Connecting Point. She has purchased her cameras, lenses, computer, and printer from CCCP, and has taken various classes as well.

In addition to purchasing her photography equipment from CCCP, The Jones family also trusts us with their cell phones and tablets.

Cindy’s work is absolutely gorgeous, and she truly captures the essence of the city of Green Bay in her work.

Camera Corner Connecting Point is pleased to support Cindy, as she is an inspiring local photographer, loyal customer, and friend to many on our team.

Cindy captures the beauty of the Green Bay area. Pictured here is the DePere Bridge.

Cindy captures the beauty of the Green Bay area. Pictured here is the DePere Bridge.

Cindy is clearly a brilliant photographer. Who is your favorite photographer, local or not? Comment below and let us know!

Product of the Week 14 – Sony DSC-QX10 Digital Camera

Sony’s new DSC-QX10 just may be the future of digital cameras. With 10x zoom, optical image stabilization, and an 18.2 million pixel sensor with sensitivity up to ISO 12800, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better camera phone.

Demo Days 2013 Are Here!!!

That’s right, CCCP’s Demo Days are here!  Starting at noon today, we will have special demonstrations from our vendors, deals on camera and computer packages, and free Apple computer mini-classes.  I’ve posted an image of the class schedule below, be sure to swing by and check it out!

Demo Days 2013 - Mini Class Schedule

Product of the Week 13 – Braven Portable Bluetooth Speakers

One of this year’s hottest products have been wireless Bluetooth speakers. We’ve tried and loved the Braven series of products and wanted to show them off. Ranging from $100-$300, Braven makes a speaker that’s right for you.

Tangle Creek Falls by Fred Neveu


This week we have more stunning imagery from photographer friend Fred Neveu.

Tangle Creek Falls

Tangle Creek Falls almost seems to spray directly onto the highway between Banff and Jasper, Alberta. Like many of my other photos, one does not need to have special knowledge of the area to find it. Just drive along the highway until you arrive at the falls, then park in the small parking area, get out of the car and make the photo.

The the water drops about 34.75 m/114 ft as separate falls then consolidate into three tiers that cascade 4 m/14 ft, 5.5 m/18 ft and 4 m/13 ft. I understand that there is a path up the side of the falls which should provide some interesting views, if you had the time.

The GPS data is as follows: 52,16.0284N 117 17.2075W, and we are now at an altitude of 1,834.00 m/6,017 ft, we are slowly gaining altitude as we approach Jasper.


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