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57 min ago
When the Apple Watch first launched in 2015, the rumors surrounding it had reached such a fever pitch it was difficult to discern fact from fiction; to parse all the buzz and marketing buildup from the Watch’s actual bona fides. Now, a year later, with several million units sold and...
2 days ago
The letter “F.” It is one of the most powerful letters in all of photography. In the automotive world, BMW virtually owns “M.” In the tech world, Apple conquered the “i.” In 1958, when Nikon rolled out its first ever single-lens reflex (SLR) camera, the company took possession of “F” and it has been symbolic in the photography world ever since. Photographs ©Todd Vorenkamp Nikon’s flagship SLR...

2 weeks ago
Check out this B&H Quick Look video and pick up a LG gram 15 for fashionable and portable computing on the go. Crafted from magnesium alloy, this notebook is lightweight and durable, measuring only 0.7" thin and weighing less than 2.3 lb, while still offering the power and performance...
2 weeks ago
I admit it: I am an audio snob, but at the same time, I find the concept of some “audiophile” gear to be ridiculous. Some people go to lengths to enjoy their music that are well beyond reasonable and border on the absurd, and my experience as a recording engineer always has me reaching for the practical approach. While I track audio at high resolution rates (24-bit, 88.2 or 96 kHz) for mixing...

2 weeks ago
An ideal documentary rig is lightweight and fast to work with, without sacrificing professional quality and features. If one piece of gear is built with this mantra in mind, then it’s Zacuto’s latest EVF—the Gratical Eye. Join Doug Guerra, from B&H, as he follows a photographer around New...
2 weeks ago
Zeiss is working hard to fill in the wide-angle gaps of Sony’s full-frame E-mount lens line with its most recent releases, including the brand new Batis 18mm f/2.8. This lens series is...
3 weeks ago
Sometimes, there are those cameras in life that are overwhelmingly alluring, yet make you simultaneously scratch your head. For me, the Linhof Technorama 612 PC has always been one of these cameras, on my bucket list of cameras to own someday, but I cannot explain why. I'm not much of a practitioner or...

3 weeks ago
B &H took the new Panasonic DMC-ZS100 out for a New York City photo adventure to some of our favorite spots in Bushwick, a neighborhood in Brooklyn known for walls of colorful graffiti and eclectic scenes—perfect for a compact and versatile camera. Favorite locations make for lasting...
3 weeks ago
Small, rugged, and unassuming, GoPro cameras have revolutionized the way we capture POV shots and action sequences. Marrying usability with high-quality video, the cameras have become go-to tools for a wide range of users, from Hollywood bigwigs to solo adventurers. Event producers have also seen the benefit of the minuscule cameras, mounting them on helmets, vehicles, musical instruments, or...
3 weeks ago
We could always use a little extra. Some extra money, some extra time—a little extra dessert never hurt anyone. But extras cost, well… extra, and we learn to make do with what we have. But what if...

3 weeks ago
Looking to access the Internet faster? Try the ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band Wireless Router. You get one 2.4 GHz band for up 1,000 Mbps and not one, but TWO 5 GHz bands for up to 4334 Mbps. That's a total of 5334 Mbps, which is used for low-latency gaming, smooth 4K streaming, and fast file...
4 weeks ago
GigaPan technology first made a big splash during President Obama’s inauguration in 2009, where it was used to capture a rather phenomenal photograph of the crowds that gathered in the Washington Mall. Wolf Blitzer was like a kid in a candy store, and kept looking in on the progress of the picture as it evolved. Since then, amazing GigaPan images have been used to capture international sports...
1 month ago
The G Masters have finally arrived, and definitely deliver on their promises of outstanding sharpness, creamy bokeh, and durable, ergonomic construction. Starting off this new high-end series are the much desired FE 85mm f/1.4 GM and...
1 month ago
Since its introduction, Sony’s flagship a6000 has proven to be one of the most popular APS-C format cameras on the market, and deservedly so. Fast-forward two years and Sony has released the a6300, a camera that is markedly better in a number of ways than the camera it replaces. Aside from a few tweaks to the layout of...
2 months ago
As tempting as it is to create fanfare about getting my hands on a pre-release version of Sony's 4K professional camcorder, the reality was very much like the camera itself: quiet, and to all appearances, unassuming. There is quite a bit that I liked about the PXW-Z150, things that most people...

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