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The monitors built into digital cameras and camcorders have been improved dramatically. Some are now more than three inches in size. But that’s still too small for most professionals, so they use camera-top field monitors to judge the quality of high-resolution digital stills and HD video. The Marshall V-LCD70XP-HDMIPT is a 7-inch field monitor loaded with new features such as HDMI Loop-Through and DSLR Ratio Adjustment.

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3 years ago
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If you ask a photographer if they can recommend an easy to use, entry-level DSLR that can shoot stills, HD video and offers an impressive list of pro-level features, there’s an excellent chance that they'll name Canon’s EOS Rebel.

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3 years ago
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you are no doubt aware that computer tablets have been making headlines. Whether it’s new models and features or record sales numbers, it’s rare that a day goes by without tablets being in the news. So let’s take this opportunity to jump on the tablet bandwagon and talk about Motorola’s new XOOM Wi-Fi, a tablet that definitely presents some serious competition.

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3 years ago
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Pro Tools is a brand that defines an industry. It's part of our vernacular. A product doesn't attain this privilege by accident. This is a powerful tool that professionals have relied upon since the 1990s. Many people who strive for the highest quality choose Pro Tools HD, and the new Pro Tools|HD Native systems make it more affordable than ever. But should you step up to HD?

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3 years ago
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Shopping in person has always held a distinct advantage over shopping online in that you could pick up the product and examine it every which way. But now, even that’s changing.

 
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3 years ago
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Upping the media-savvy IQ of your TV set is easy with one of AVerMedia's newly arrived players. Each attaches to an HDMI input on your TV or home theater receiver: one model adds a USB input and card reader; another lets you attach a USB or eSATA device and stream content from your home network or the Internet; a third turns your cable or satellite box into a computer-controlled DVR.

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3 years ago
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Show me a business without a copy machine and I'll show you a seven-year-old kid with a lemonade stand. And despite the prediction that computers will do away with the need for paper copies, the opposite seems to be overwhelmingly true. That being the case, Konica Minolta has introduced a new lineup of laser printers designed to address a variety of office-based needs.

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3 years ago
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Having two eyes allows us to see in 3D. Depth perception, or the third dimension, is formed when the brain combines the slightly different images seen by each eye into a single image.

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4 years ago
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The Impact Universal Filter Holder is a portable frame that allows for diffusion, color and lighting effects.

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4 years ago
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A professional lighting unit with barndoors that provides an even focusing beam. Also available is the Lumelite, a mini light that packs a punch and is a great complement to any shoot.

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4 years ago
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The Impact OctaCool is an energy efficient daylight balanced fluorescent light source good for photo and video lighting.

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4 years ago
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The Impact Porcelain Socket is the foundation for all the photo-flood kits. Easy-set up that allows for studio quality results.

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4 years ago
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A vital necessity whether shooting video or photo, on location or in the studio, the right grip equipment can ease your production workflow and let you focus on the creative task at hand.

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4 years ago
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DVD burners have been the standard optical drives found in most new computers for years now. Blu-ray burners have been around for a while too, but only recently have they begun to displace DVD burners. Blu-ray drives are now quite affordable and they’re backward compatible with DVDs and CDs.

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4 years ago
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Sennheiser recently announced a slew of new headphone models featuring everything from updates of old favorites like the venerable HD-25, to brand new designs like the MM-550. Check out this post for a rundown of every new model, and a clear description that highlights what makes each one different and why it commands a certain price.

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4 years ago

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