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In the following video, Larry Becker, from Kelby media, discusses the Canon EOS Rebel T5 DSLR Camera. He talks about its 18MP CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 image processor, as well as its Full HD video capability, autofocus system, and ISO sensitivities. He also showcases its Q Button feature, Creative Auto and manual modes, and ergonomic build. As a DSLR camera aimed at entry-level users, Becker...
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In the following video, Larry Becker presents an overview of the Fujifilm FinePix S1 digital camera, encompassing its features, design, controls, and image quality. The video begins with an introduction to the imaging attributes of the S1, including its 16.4MP sensor, and segues into its...
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In this video Larry Becker discusses the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 mirrorless camera with the 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, and how it offers photo enthusiasts quality imagery in a point-and-shoot sized body. The increased image quality is abetted by a Four Thirds sensor, giving you higher ISO...
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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 records 4K video internally, as well as 1080p up to 96 fps. The Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera has a short flange distance, so it's easy to adapt a wide variety of older and current lenses for the GH4. Here, the camera is seated on the YAGH interface that takes advantage of...
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B&H interviews Sony's Mark Weir about the new Sony a7S, a 4K mirrorless camera that shares a body (and full-frame E mount) with the a7/a7R, but introduces a new 12.2 MP sensor with large photosites that enable shooting in extremely low light. The camera records HD internally and...
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In the following video, Larry Becker presents an overview of the Samsung NX30 mirrorless digital camera and covers its imaging performance and expansive range of connectivity abilities. The video begins with information on the NX30's general design, including its ergonomic grip...
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Remote triggering devices are more than a convenience. In the right hands, a remote triggering system can expand the parameters of what’s possible when planning a complex, multifaceted photograph, or for that matter, add new twists to less complex subjects you’ve photographed countless times. Available hard-wired for shorter distances or wireless configurations for greater working distances, remote triggers help to eliminate camera vibration.

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Professionals in the photo and video community put a lot of stock into finding portable, easy-to-set-up equipment, and that’s exactly what Bescor aims to provide. Their Field Pro Lighting brings user-friendly versatility to the forefront with several kits designed especially for videography professionals.

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Whether you shoot in the studio or on location, Limelite offers an LED, tungsten, or fluorescent lighting solution to suit your needs.

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A legendary lighting company is refreshed and repositioned to achieve its rightful place in the US imaging marketplace: Bowens International Ltd., based in the UK, has been a leading manufacturer of advanced photographic lighting systems for well over half a century, and has been a top-selling brand among professional photographers and serious enthusiasts worldwide, for many years.

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In the following video, Larry Becker presents an overview of the Nikon D3300 DSLR camera and covers its features in respect to its position as a compact, lightweight, entry-level model. Information is presented about how this camera's imaging assets perform, including its 24.2MP DX-format CMOS...
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After Adobe Creative Cloud came to full fruition in mid-2013, much discussion arose surrounding this new cloud-based subscription service versus the previous model of issuing perpetual licenses. In many regards, this new business model provoked a sense of insecurity in many users who were accustomed to owning a piece of software rather than having to rent it.

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