Unveiled: Tokina Cinema ATX Wide-Angle Zoom Lenses

Tokina has unveiled two ultra-wide-angle zoom lenses as part of their new Cinema ATX line. The two lenses, the 11-16mm T3.0 and 12-28mm T3.0, are re-engineered versions of their popular AT-X 11-16mm f/2.8 and 16-28mm f/2.8 Pro FX lenses, respectively.

Sony HDR-AS100VR POV Action Cam

In the following video, Mia McCormick, from Kelby Media, relates her experience with the new Sony AS100V Action Cam, with Live View Remote. The video explores the camera's high data-rate recording, multiple format, and frame-rate capabilities. McCormick discusses the camera’s improvements over the previous version, including the new splash-proof body, control buttons on the waterproof housing, improved audio, and the Live View Remote.

Bike, Board, Skydive, and More with New Mounts and Software from GoPro

GoPro recently announced three new housings, a flex arm, and two free apps. The Blackout Housing, the Gooseneck, the Frame, and the Dual HERO System are the latest accessories from the company, known for their wearable action/underwater cameras, and the GoPro Studio and GoPro App are available as free downloads.

Unveiled: Canon XF200/XF205 Camcorders, CINE-SERVO Lenses, and Upgraded EOS C100

Canon has unveiled two new Full HD professional camcorders, as well as a new CINE-SERVO 17-120mm T2.95-3.9 lens in both EF and PL mounts. Along with these new products, Canon has also announced that an upgraded version of the EOS C100 will be available, featuring Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology.


Plug Your Mac Pro into the New Sonnet xMac Pro Server

There’s no doubt the new Mac Pro is an impressive engineering feat. Packing workstation-class processors and dual workstation GPUs into a small device without any performance compromises is quite a technical accomplishment. If you never really used the internal PCIe expansion slots on the old Mac Pro tower, you will be well served by the new Thunderbolt-based Mac Pro. However, this radical new design doesn’t cater to everyone, especially those needing to integrate into a studio or server environment that requires PCIe expansion for more than just dual-GPUs.


Monopods for Video

In this B&H video, Mia McCormick, from Kelby Media, enlightens us about video monopods. She begins by touching on the differences between photo and video monopods, and then moves on to compare a few of the more popular models. The video highlights the features of video monopods, with McCormick offering her impressions after working with each monopod. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&H .com


Unveiled: Milestone’s New "Husky" Series Surveillance NVRs

With an eye on form, function, and a user-friendly experience, Milestone is introducing the M10 and M30 Husky series NVRs that were designed with the end-user at the forefront of their minds.


Blackmagic Production Camera 4K versus Panasonic GH4

Even though it's only been shipping for a short time, the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K is the current "go-to" choice for shooting 4K video with a single sensor/interchangeable-lens system for less than $4000. However, things may change when Panasonic ships their 4K-capable Lumix GH4.


Unveiled: Panasonic HX-A500 — 4K from Your Point of View

Panasonic has announced a new wearable point-of-view camera, the Panasonic HX-A500, another contender in the rapidly growing field of action camcorders such as the GoPro and Sony Action Cam. The HX-A500 brings to the table (or river or mountain) features such as high quality 4K recording using the Crystal Engine Pro+ engine, so that your memories are not plagued by low resolution or missing frames; Level Shot and Image Stabilizing suppress blurring and ensure that even tilted shots are always easy to see.

Axis Communications Q1614: The Overachieving Indoor IP Network Camera

There are IP cameras, and then there’s this camera. The Axis Communications Q1614 stands above and apart from what you’re used to seeing, and what follows are the reasons why this camera isn’t like any of the others. Many cameras simply capture images; some might have limited recording options, and onboard memory card storage. The Q1614 does all this, and so much more.


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