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Is the Leica S-E a bargain-priced Leica S? In a way, yes, but everything is relative. Leica S-series medium format digital cameras have established a reputation for extremely high image quality in a form factor that’s only slightly larger than a 35mm... READ MORE
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In the following video, Mia McCormick, from Kelby Media, discusses how to increase the quality of your videos using the pocket-sized Ninja Star from Atomos. The video highlights the edit-ready 10-bit 4:2:2 ProRes recording formats, including ProRes HQ, 422, and LT, and the CFast... READ MORE

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Award-winning professional photographer Michael Grecco is a big proponent of storing your working archive on local hard drives. We spoke to Grecco earlier this year about inspiration, creativity, and gear in our Finding a New Road article. His latest initiative is a new resource... READ MORE
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Ricoh’s latest in its long-running line of all-weather/underwater WG cameras adds GPS functionality so you can now prove to your family and friends that you really were in Waikiki and not at the local swimming hole. The new Ricoh WG-4 GPS retains the distinctive WG styling with LEDs ringing the wide-aperture (f/2 maximum) 25-... READ MORE
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In the following video, Rob Rives, with guest Prentiss Thompson, demonstrate the Moog Sub 37 Analog Synthesizer, the most recent synthesizer available from the company. The video explores the synth's capabilities, including its monophonic and paraphonic modes, its arpeggiator, and sequencer.... READ MORE

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It happens at every Photokina show: somebody announces something that makes everybody smile. This time it was GoPro, which showed Fetch, a unique mounting option for its latest Hero 3+ action cameras. The Fetch was displayed on a medium-sized stuffed tawny toy dog at the GoPro booth,... READ MORE
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Aside from its cool new silver-framed Pentax logo, the new Pentax 645Z looks and feels very much like the previous Pentax 645D, but there are many significant differences. For starters, the 645Z has a new 51.4MP CMOS sensor that noticeably raises the image-quality bar. This 43.8 x 32.8mm sensor has no image-degrading anti-aliasing filter, either. An enlarged memory buffer enhances responsiveness... READ MORE
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While your fingers may be sufficient enough to make typos, which are then autocorrected to hilarious effect on your smartphone or tablet, they don't work so well when you need to write or draw. Fortunately, Wacom has you covered with several new stylus models that were announced at IFA 2014. If you're just looking to avoid fingerprints on the touchscreen of your tablet or smartphone, the... READ MORE
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For all the years I’ve been using a Mac Pro computer to record audio, edit video, and touch up high-resolution photos, I’ve had a G-Technology external portable hard drive by my side to handle my data backup. G-Technology’s storage devices have been beloved by creative professionals like me since their first external storage systems arrived on store shelves about a decade ago. And like previous... READ MORE
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In the following video, Larry Becker presents the Profoto AirTTL-N remote for Nikon DSLRs, first explaining the exciting features of the battery-powered Profoto B1 500 AirTTL off-camera flash that is meant to be used with the remote. Next, he moves on to summarize the results of his tests with... READ MORE

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A new full-frame alternative for serious shooters, the Nikon D750 provides a mix of exciting features. Like the previous Nikon D610 and D810, the D750 offers professionals and serious enthusiasts a viable... READ MORE
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  B&H is proud to offer our worldwide customer base more than a thousand different kinds of headphones and earphones for every conceivable professional and consumer application, in almost every imaginable combination of style, tuning, and at... READ MORE
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Remember Elmo? No, we’re not talking about the cute fuzzy character, but the venerable motion picture projector manufacturing company, based in Nagoya, Japan. Well, the company has come up with a unique idea at photokina—fusing four QBiC MS-1 mini... READ MORE
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DPA Microphones is now offering a customers a $100 mail-in rebate with each purchase of a select d:fine headset microphone, provided that they trade in an eligible competitor’s microphone. The promotion is valid on purchases made between July 28, 2014 and October 3, 2014, and gives you even more of a reason to get your hands on a d:fine headset, a series of microphones well known in the world of... READ MORE
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The latest DSLR from Canon shows what can be achieved by adding a number of well-chosen upgrades. No, the new EOS 7D Mark II may not be a... READ MORE
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