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The D4 is Nikon's top-of-the-line professional DSLR. With a 16.1 MP sensor, this full-frame-equipped camera has large photosites that enable great low-light performance. In addition, the camera's native ISO range goes from 100 to 12800.

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In this episode of Real Exposures, David Brommer talks to famed photojournalist and wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer. They talk about the Brenizer Method; film vs digital; never getting bored when shooting; his mentors and influencers; and what he's working on, going forward.

Plus, you'll get special insights into what some of Ryan's favorite gear is.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the episode.

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Sony has just released several updates and new models in their lines of photographic equipment. Two interchangeable-lens cameras, new lenses and Cyber-shot point-and-shoots are available. These cameras build upon Sony’s extensive history of making cameras with high imaging performance that are enjoyable to use regularly.

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In this video we take a look at the new Røde iXY Stereo Recording Microphone for iPhone and iPad. Used in conjunction with the Røde Rec app available on iTunes, the iXY is the first mic to deliver stereo recordings for iOS devices at resolutions of up to 24-bit/96 kHz.  A foam windshield and protective zip case are included, making it easy to turn your iPhone or iPad into a portable audio recorder at a moment’s notice.

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Join Livestream’s CEO, Max Haot, and Corey Behnke, Head of Global Production, for a look at how anyone with a video camera can live-stream their events. During this session, they discuss the benefits of live-streaming an event, and demonstrate two products, one for the beginner and one for the advanced video producer.

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Join professional photographer Thomas Donley for an exploration of the creative process. Take a leap forward regarding how you relate to your camera and what is available for you both creatively and personally. Explore how photography can enhance the way you see and experience the world.

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The LCD screen on most DSLR cameras doesn’t exceed 3.2” in size, which is a pretty tight space in which to judge the quality of your work. However, if you shoot near an Apple iPad, or a Mac computer, a new product called the iUSBportCAMERA makes it possible to instantly send your images wirelessly to their screens.

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Nikon has just announced its newest flagship DX-format DSLR: the D7100. This professional-grade camera with APS-C-sized sensor is the successor to the deservedly popular D7000, and improves upon it by way of increased speed, imaging performance and connectivity options.

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BlueFish444, a leading developer of video I/O cards, has recently announced the Synapse range of signal converters. The new product line includes three distinct units, an SDI to HDMI converter, an HDMI to SDI converter and an Analog to Digital Converter.

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Sony has recently released their new SxS PRO+ memory cards. The new cards are optimized to accommodate Sony’s F5 and F55 CineAlta 4K cameras. SxS PRO+ cards support maximum write speeds of 1.5 Gbps, which enables reliable, high frame rate 4K capture. The new cards are available in 64GB or 128GB capacities.

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Sony has announced their 2013 lineup of Handycam camcorders. These are consumer and enthusiast-level cameras with a host of new features, many of which have trickled down from Sony’s prosumer models. The new Handycams range from the entry-level HDR-CX220 to the HDR-TD30V, a 3D camcorder for advanced enthusiasts.

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In this first part of a two-part series, Mia McCormick, of Kelby Media, walks through the basics of putting together a cinematic gear kit for those of you who want to create compelling movie magic on a budget. Capturing sound and images is paramount to filmmaking, of course, so this episode focuses on the camera and audio equipment you might choose.

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David Burnett has been an award-winning photojournalist for more than four decades. He has been named one of the "100 Most-Important People in Photography" by American Photo magazine, and is a founding member of Contact Press Images, the New York-based photojournalism agency.

David was generous enough to answer a few questions about his work and career.

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In a world of digital everything, there are still times when a roll or sheet of film brings with it a particular charm. Mixing many of the available possibilities, David Burnett demonstrates what one photographer’s choices can produce.

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More and more people want to bring their cameras into the water. Some just want snapshots in the family pool, while others want to document the underwater world for magazines, books and the Internet. Join underwater photographers Larry Cohen and Mike Rothschild as they talk about using cameras underwater.

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