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B&H Gear News Roundup: February 7, 2014

This week in the news: Panasonic announced the new Lumix GH4 mirrorless camera with 4K video capability, and a grip accessory with time code, SDI and XLR ports; Nikon unveiled several point-and-shoot cameras; Ricoh came out the WG-4 tough camera and new mounts, as well as a K-Mount teleconverter; and Tamron is developing two new lenses: a 16-300mm for APS-C cameras, and a 28-300mm for full-frame.

This is your B&H Gear News Roundup for February 7, 2014. Follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

CES 2014: The Panasonic GH 4K and HX-A100 4K Cameras

4K has been the buzzword at CES this year, and Panasonic perpetuates this trend by revealing 4K versions of their popular GH3 mirrorless camera and their HX-A100 point-of-view camera.

Editor's Note: this post was written by Justin Dise

PhotoPlus 2013 VIDEO: The New Panasonic GM1 and GX7, and the Powerful GH3

The new GM1 and the GH3 were the stars of the Panasonic booth today, and in this video, David Flores and Panasonic's own Mark Toal take a close look at the brand new GM1. It's definitely the smallest Micro Four Thirds camera around, which makes it a convenient option for the average user who wants better image quality.

PhotoPlus 2013 VIDEO: A Look at the New Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mirrorless Camera

Join us for a chat with Richard Pelkowski from Olympus about the exciting new OM-D E-M1 mirrorless camera. It features a 16.3MP Live MOS Micro Four Thirds sensor, dual-phase and contrast-detection autofocus, a 2,360k-dot electronic viewfinder, and a whole lot more.

B&H Pulse Weekly News Roundup: June 15th, 2012

This week in the news: Micro Four Thirds get new lenses; Nikon releases interesting new lenses; and Apple's massive product updates to their lineup.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for June 15th, 2012.

B&H Pulse Weekly News Roundup: May 25th, 2012

This week in the news: Micro Four Thirds comes out with some fast new lenses; Pentax releases the toughest new entry-level DSLR on the market; Fujifilm lets Leica users adapt their lenses to their X-Pro 1, and more...

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for May 25th, 2012.

The Olympus E-P3 Review: Retro, Gorgeous and Powerful

The Olympus E-P3 (also known as the Olympus PEN, EP3 and EP-3) is the company's new flagship Micro Four Thirds camera, and offers a mountain of new changes and upgrades over the previous models. Have you ever had upgrader's envy? Most photographers often feel the need to upgrade when a brand new camera (or the successor to theirs) is announced. If you're already invested into the system, this may be the camera that you'll want to take a closer look at. If not, then perhaps you'll fancy the new 12mm f/2.0.

Considering the Right Camera Bag for Yourself

Cameras bags are an object of desire for every photographer. While some photographers go for the more classy and stealthy look, others prefer just to keep their equipment the most secure that they possibly can, in the largest bag they can get their hands on. Whether you're the National Geographic explorer, traveling to remote regions, or you stalk the secretive alleys in your local city, documenting the daily happenings, there is no one bag that does it all. Here is a short list of some popular choices, and a checklist to help you get the bag that's right for you.


Meet B&H: The Camera Islands

Perhaps the most popular areas of the store are the camera islands. Located on the second floor of the store, they are where almost any digital camera that you can think of is on display for you to test. Behind the counters are the B&H expert staff that can help you with almost any question you may have about the cameras.



Studio Portraits with a Lensbaby Composer

Lensbabies are often used for extra creativity in images because of the tilt-shift effect that they mimic. Creatvity is the lifeblood of many photographers and exploring new methods keep the juices flowing. So when I was loaned a lensbaby composer for the Micro Four Thirds mount, I immediately tried to figure out how I'd use it creatively and differently from the images already on the internet.

Off to the studio we went... 


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