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Since their debut back in 2002, Hasselblad H-series cameras have set a standard in SLR technology that remains a benchmark to this very day. Unlike many products in which form follows function, when describing Hasselblad H cameras it’s not a stretch to say “form equals function.”

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3 years ago
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Why pay more for quality FireWire cables now that Pearstone has rolled out a full selection of 4-, 6- and 9-pin cables in various lengths? The IEEE 1394 interface has long been favored by video and audio pros for connecting portable equipment like camcorders to computers. But misplacing a cable or not having the right cable with a 4- to 6-pin connection, for instance, can trip up anyone.

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3 years ago
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Even though B&H doesn’t carry the iPhone itself, we do stock a good number of accessories to help you get more out of your phone. Regardless of whether you have the latest iPhone 4, an iPhone 3G, or are still content with the original version of the phone, you may want to consider one of the following items to enhance its functionality.

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3 years ago
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The trouble with projectors is that their mercury lamps burn out after 2,000 to 5,000 hours and cost hundreds of dollars to replace. Casio has a better idea—projectors that incorporate a hybrid light source comprised of LEDs and lasers and a novel way to mix primary colors. The result is the Green Slim line of DLP-based models that run for 20,000 hours—illumination for the life of the projector.

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3 years ago
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Of all the technical innovations that Apple has added to their iPod line over the years, perhaps the dock connector is the most overlooked. Its design has remain unchanged since it was introduced in the 2nd generation iPod.

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3 years ago
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Sony has been delighting video professionals with their XDCAMs since 2004.They introduced their first high-speed memory XDCAM EX in 2007, and went on to set high standards in broadcast quality with their PDW-700 and PMW-320 models.

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4 years ago
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Designed for laptop music producers, the Akai MPK mini has a two octave mini keyboard, 8 MPC-style drum pads, and 8 assignable Q-link knobs.

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4 years ago
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What's 0.11 inches thick, weighs 2.3 pounds, and can stay powered-on from its battery for up to 30 days? I'll give you a hint: it's not a new tablet computer with a robotic-sounding name. These impressive specs belong to Apple's new MacBook Air.

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4 years ago
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The first in a new class of mirrorless cameras to boast a large, APS-C sensor, the Samsung NX-10 was designed without a mirror box or pentaprism, making it compact and lightweight. It's the perfect size to carry with you everywhere, but it still has powerful features like HD-quality video and an autofocus function for capturing fast action shots.

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4 years ago
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The good news about your DSLR's pop-up flash is that it's right there whenever you need it. The bad news is the light it produces is harsh, prone to weird shadows and red eye and seldom—if ever—flattering. To right these wrongs, Light Scoop has introduced a pair of mirrored bounce attachments designed to soften the blow of your pop-up flash.

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4 years ago
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It’s impressive how news crews can descend upon a scene and broadcast live video within minutes of their arrival. This is made possible in part by the use of wireless broadcasting equipment that can put you on the air in no time. 

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4 years ago
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Just as image stabilization can make the difference between a sharp handheld picture and a blurry handheld picture, remote controls can make the difference between sharp and not-so-sharp pictures taken with a tripod-mounted camera. And that's because even if your tripod weighs more than your neighbor's Great Dane, manually pressing the shutter button can makes things move and things that move can easily result in shaky-looking pictures.

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4 years ago
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One of the greatest inconveniences any professional videographer ever has to deal with is getting all their gear to the location in fine working order. There’s a lot to carry, and it all must be properly protected during transit, especially if air travel is involved.

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4 years ago
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Panasonic has added a trio of new guns: a Lumix G 14mm/2.5 ASPH wide-angle, a Lumix G Vario 100-300mm/f4-5.6 OIS super zoom and most intriguing of the three, a "two-eyed" Lumix G 12.5mm/f12.5 3D lens designed to capture 3D imagery when used with Panasonic Lumix G series cameras.

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4 years ago
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People love National Geographic magazine, the TV specials on PBS and the many different TV programs on the National Geographic Channel for the fabulous photography and videography. Perhaps, if you carry your gear in a National Geographic camera bag, a bit of that National Geographic perfection will shine through in your own work. 

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4 years ago

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