Photography

Just Announced: New Sony Lens-Style Digital Cameras

New lens-style cameras work with your smartphone for smart image capture and easy selfies.

Just Announced: The Pentax K-S1 DLSR

Pentax K-S1 DSLR

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Unveiled: The Olympus PEN E-PL7 Mirrorless Camera + Black 12mm f/2.0 Lens

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An Introduction to DxO Optics Pro 9 and its New Features

As we all know, every single photo we take is unique. It doesn’t matter whether we shoot the same image several times, or under the same lighting conditions, or using the same camera settings. As we have all noticed from personal experience, some images have grain in darker areas while others lack contrast in certain areas, and others suffer from major backlighting issues.

Unveiled: The Compact X30 Updates Fujifilm’s X Series

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15 Mistakes People Make When Taking Photos (and How To Correct Them)

Following up on Jeff Cable’s “The 15 Features of the DSLR That Every Photographer Should Know,” and “The 15 Features of Photoshop That Every Photographer Should Know,” this presentation covers 15 of the most common mistakes that people make when taking photos. Cable discusses composition, proper use of flash, good focus technique, and much more. As always, with Cable, we know that his stories will be as much fun as his photos. Learn the techniques that pro sports photographers use to get better photos.

Low-Light Ready: HandeVision IBELUX 40mm f/0.85 Lens

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Unveiled: Leica M-P Digital Rangefinder Camera

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B&H Gear News Roundup: August 22, 2014

THIS week in the news:  Sony announced the a5100 mirrorless camera, while Leica unveiled the M-P digital rangefinder camera. Kodak has rung the death knell of BW400CN film. Hasselblad announced the new 200-Megapixel H5D-200c Multi-Shot medium format camera. Barnes & Noble and Samsung released the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook.

The New Sony a5100 Mirrorless Camera

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Video: Hands-On Review of the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II

This video from Kelby One is Larry Becker’s hands-on review of the Canon G1 X Mark II. Becker discusses the camera’s 1.5" sensor, built-in 24-120mm lens, and Wi-Fi/NFC capabilities, as well as other features, such as a poseable pop-up flash and manual function controls. He also makes a good argument for why he thinks the G1 X Mark II will keep point-and-shoots alive and well in the age of the smartphone.

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