Crane Fiesta 2020 is pleased to partner with Hunt’s and Noah Buchanan
More about Hunt’s Photo & Video
“Three generations of Farber family ownership have established Hunt’s as a trendsetter in the imaging equipment industry. Begun as a pharmacy in 1889 and acquired by pharmacist Solomon Farber in 1952, Hunt’s began building its camera business during the 1950s under the visionary leadership of Solomon’s son, Jack. As interest in photography grew, Hunt’s began shifting its emphasis from the pharmacy business to the business of cameras and accessories. By 1993, imaging equipment became Hunt’s primary focus.
Led today by Jack’s sons, Scott and Gary, Hunt’s proudly serves a diverse audience of individual, corporate, educational, law enforcement, and government clients as one of the country’s largest retailers of photo, video, and digital imaging products. Visit Hunt’s 30,000 square foot flagship store at 100 Main Street, Melrose, or one of its satellite locations in Boston, MA – Cambridge, MA – Hanover, MA – Holyoke, MA – Providence, RI – So. Portland, ME – or Manchester, NH to discover how Hunt’s Photo and Video can help you create your own picture-perfect experience. Click here for directions, store locations, and hours of operation.”
Noah Buchanan is an Outside Sales Developer for Hunt’s Photo and Video. He has been working with them since 2016. He loves building relationships with all of his customers and considers many of them close friends. Photography has been a passion of his for the past 10 years and he loves being able to talk about it with everyone! Noah’s main interests in photography revolve around the landscape and unusual scenes in nature. Prior to working for Hunt’s, Noah attended NESOP for 2 years studying photojournalism.
Join Hunt’s and Noah Buchanan in this live webinar:
The Mirrorless Program
Saturday, November 21st
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
The mirrorless program is designed to inform and educate people on the pros and cons of Mirrorless cameras as well as clear up misconceptions that are commonly known about them. The program will touch on the following topics. This webinar will cover the lens options, adaptability of old lenses and different mounts, explanation of the electronic viewfinder, and the in body stabilization. Noah Buchanan will also talk about mirrorless vs digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) and much more. This webinar will go is for entry level and professional photographers.
Registration starts October 18th.