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The recently introduced Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM lens is the first lens to be part of Sigma’s Global Vision Sports line, and as such, strives to be a highly precise and optically sound lens that can function well in fast-paced situations. 

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Nikon’s 2013 spring lineup of compact cameras brings an element of creative energy to the formerly static realm of point-and-shoot cameras. Whether you prefer ultimate manual control or look to the assistive functionality of automatic shooting modes, there’s a camera to fit your needs.

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Experienced wedding photographers know it’s essential to use a variety of different lenses to create a compelling visual document that sets their work apart, enhances their professional reputation, and will be treasured by their clients. Photographers using full-frame and APS-C-format Sony Alpha DSLRs now have an impressive optical array.

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Lexar continues to offer impressive high-performance memory cards and related products destined for the kit bags of professional wedding photographers and videographers whose prime directive is to capture the fleeting moments of a couple's most memorable day.

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The Sigma DP3 Merrill is a point-and-shoot camera with a 46MP, APS-C-sized sensor. About 15 megapixels are assigned to each of the primary imaging colors: red, green and blue. Renowned for their lenses, Sigma includes a fixed focal length 50mm f/2.8 lens with this DP3 Merrill.

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In this digital age, no one preserves the integrity and mainstream appeal of analog film cameras quite like the Lomography community. Thanks largely to their efforts, medium format has seen a resurgence in popularity among contemporary photographers.

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If you’re in the market for a new point-and-shoot camera this spring, you may be especially impressed with Canon’s recently introduced 2013 lineup. New improvements to design and functionality guarantee high-quality images and video across the board. Many models now come with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.

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Wolverine offers several converters that accept slides, negatives, prints or documents and produce digital copies that are easy to share, can be stored without creating clutter and will be preserved forever. The 20MP F2D Converter takes less than three seconds to scan a 35mm or 110 format frame.

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Canon Rebel DSLRs have always been impressively smaller than the competition, going back to their original film models. Canon’s EOS Rebel SL1 doesn’t disappoint in the size department, either. If anything, the EOS SL1 elicited variations of “Whoa,” “Wow,” “Jeeeeez,” and “Is that really a DSLR?”

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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 is a mirrorless digital camera with a Micro Four Thirds lens mount and several professional video options. Following on the heels of the mega-popular-for-video GH2, the GH3 carries several improvements, especially 1080p video recording at 60 frames per second.

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According to photographer/CEO Martin Wood, his modest $10,000 startup in 1986 proved to be a seminal event for Delkin Devices that formed the company's light-on-their-feet, responsive operational philosophy stressing "change, inspiration and a limitless imagination." It also imbued the company with a sense of humor.

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Offering versatility and a wide breadth of designs and functionality, Magnus Tripods are support systems that provide an array of options to suit many photographic applications. Ranging from small tabletop tripods to full-size models, these tripods are well situated for use with most consumer-grade cameras, and provide functionality to match any working scenario.

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When piecing together your lens kit for photographing a wedding, a number of ideas should be running through your head in regard to the variety of imagery the clients require and the types of situations that can occur throughout the event. While it would be ideal to photograph a wedding with a single, do-it-all lens, the simple fact is that this is not typically possible.

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Photoshop is arguably the most feature-rich program when it comes to editing digital images. Three reasons for this is layer and mask functionality as well as the ability to select a single area in an image for processing.

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The Nikon D800 is the company's highest-resolution full-frame DSLR, at 36 megapixels. The FX format DSLR features 51 autofocus points and 15 cross-type sensors. The D800 is a full-featured camera especially suited for professionals shooting landscapes and portraits.

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