HDSLR

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The Canon EOS Rebel T4i features an 18 megapixel APS-C-size CMOS sensor, a newly introduced DIGIC 5 image processor and improved autofocus features. The standard AI Servo autofocus system has been updated and now features 9 cross-type AF points, including a precise dual cross f/2.8 center point, for acquiring consistent and precise focus.

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In a comprehensive overview of Canon’s new full-frame DSLRs, John Stoilov discusses the improvements and new features on the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 1D X cameras. Both cameras are presented individually, with emphasis given to each camera’s strengths and advancements compared to previous models.

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Hands-on Review

The latest trend towards capturing video using HDSLR cameras produces unquestionably good images. The same cannot be said of the camera’s audio capture capabilities, although with the latest offerings from Canon and Nikon, that situation is improving. JuicedLink has long provided a range of solutions for improving audio issues in-camera, and this eight minute video looks at two new offerings.

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Still photography and weddings have coexisted and depended on one another for just about as long as photographs have been made. Over the course of the 180 or so years of photography, the technology has obviously evolved and has been adapted to record these special events.

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In the days when film was king, medium format was the camera of choice for wedding photographers because the larger negative produced a better image, and cropping a large negative didn’t really degrade anything.

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When diving into the world of Wedding Photography, you must have a plan and be prepared for anything. Like the very wedding you’re going to shoot, you need to know what is going to happen, when and where it is going to happen and how it is expected to happen.

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Making pictures of the bride as she prepares for the wedding requires spontaneity while catching the decisive moment with a tactful attitude. A wedding day generates tensions on all sides—and as a neutral third party you should be an understanding, positive force for the duration.

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As a working photographer, the center of the universe is your camera bag and its contents. Your cameras and lenses are the tools of your trade. As you may have noted, both are mentioned in plural because just as you wouldn’t jump out of an airplane without a backup parachute, you shouldn’t attempt to photograph an emotionally spiked, non-repeatable event armed with only one camera.

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Can you create a rebel or are they just born that way? Obviously, Canon believes they are created and has brought forth its fastest, most sophisticated Rebel to date: the EOS Rebel T4i DSLR. Digital Rebels have always been great Canon cameras for any level of photographer, but this latest model brings with it speed, high-resolution quality and… more speed.

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The EOS 5D Mark II, one of the latest offerings from Canon, is the world's first dSLR camera to offer Full HD video recording capability. But what if you want to capture great sounding audio to accompany your great looking video? The 5D MkII records stunning video clips at a 1080p resolution with a frame rate of 30fps, but the audio is recorded with a tiny built-in mono microphone. Thankfully the camera also includes a stereo 3.5mm microphone input that will enable you to capture much better audio than that offered by the built-in mic. Shooting video on the MkII is very easy.

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Today’s professional cinema cameras offer very high quality for historically low prices. Unfortunately, the high-quality gear one needs to work with cinema cameras have not followed the same downward price trend.

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Even though the Canon EOS 5D Mark III is only a couple of months old, its functionality and usability are still being expanded upon with the release of the version 1.1.2 firmware update. The new firmware makes this full-frame workhorse compatible with the new Canon GP-E2 GPS Receiver, as well as fixing a few minor bugs.

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In August 2008, Nikon changed the landscape of DSLR technology with the introduction of the Nikon D90, the world's first DSLR to offer HD video capture. Fast-forward two years and Nikon is once again churning the soil with the Nikon D7000, a new DSLR that ups the ante as per what serious shooters will be expecting from camera manufacturers from here on out.

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After two-plus years of claiming they're not going to incorporate video capture into their DSLR product line until they can overcome the limitations of DSLR capture—i.e, no autofocus and viewfinder blackout during video capture—Sony has introduced two compact DSLRs that address both issues.

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Sony continues to forge a mighty path into the increasingly competitive world of DSLRs in the form of the Sony Alpha a560. The big news about the a560 is that after pushing off video capture in their DSLRs until they (Sony) felt it was genuinely user friendly, the a560 records 1080p HD video with stereo sound. And while they were at it, they threw in still capture at burst rates of up to 7 frames per second. Heavens love ya', Sony! 

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