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When my manager asked me to write a piece about pro audio mixing on a tablet, my curiosity was definitely piqued. The thought of resorting to a tablet-specific prosumer DAW, sacrificing a professional feature set, and forgoing the use of my favorite plug-ins, was a challenge I was... READ MORE
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23 hours ago
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Before I even begin, you should have full disclosure: I have always wanted a Surface tablet. Billed as the tablet that can replace your laptop, the Surface Pro 3 (and the Surface 2 before it) is one of the few technological gadgets I had been missing in my life. But instead of saving up to buy one, I wasted my money... READ MORE
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23 hours ago
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The marketing behind Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 claims it’s a tablet that can replace your laptop. With a fast solid-state hard drive, the option of an Intel® Core™ i7 processor, and a full Windows operating system, we can expect it to perform well for a most tasks. But how does it perform... READ MORE
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3 days ago
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A lot of consumers take scanning for granted. Most believe that the scanner on their all-in-one printer can handle anything, and a lot of them can handle a great many diverse tasks. But real document imaging comes in many diverse forms, and sometimes requires specialized equipment. Are you scanning files? Books? Photos? One scanner does not rule them all. Fujitsu has been in the scanning business... READ MORE
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4 days ago
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In the following Quick Look video, Larry Becker, of KelbyOne Media, showcases the new Eye-Fi 32GB Mobi Pro SDHC Wi-Fi Memory Card, and highlights the differences between this new Wi-Fi-enabled card and its predecessors. Some of the new features include the ability to transfer raw files, in... READ MORE

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5 days ago
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Tamron has recently released the first full-frame-compatible ultra-wide-angle zoom to have a fast f/2.8 constant aperture and built-in image stabilization, the SP 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD... READ MORE
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1 week ago
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The HyperCore battery, from industry staple Switronix, is a combination of power with everything else a user may want, including aesthetics. Its main trademark is the HyperCore cell, which can handle average 10A draws for multiple hours without losing service life. This is complemented with intelligent internal technology, 1,000 charge/discharge cycles, well-backlit LCD right on the front, a... READ MORE
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1 week ago
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AJA Video Systems, a leading designer and manufacturer of professional video peripherals, based in Grass Valley, California, first made a name for itself in the early 1990s with its line of Mini-Converters. Today, AJA’s Mini-Converters are perhaps the industry’s most comprehensive range of compact,... READ MORE
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1 week ago
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Despite the seemingly endless grip of late winter upon New York City, I set out to test Nikon’s first DSLR of 2015 in the conditions they alluded to during its release. “I AM CONNECTED CREATIVITY,” screamed the introduction of the D5500, which was positioned next to marketing material highlighting a group of friends living it up on a summer day of relaxation and adventure. Without the scenic... READ MORE

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1 week ago
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In this video from B&H Photo, Allan Weitz introduces the new Lensbaby Velvet 56, a 56mm f/1.6 lens that provides soft-focus images, and can focus as close as 5" with a 1:2 reproduction ratio. Weitz describes the feel of the lens itself, and the look of the images that it produces. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you... READ MORE

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2 weeks ago
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Keeping a watchful eye on the things you care about most just got easier, thanks to the FLIR FX wireless HD camera. The portable and cordless camera has built-in Wi-Fi and lets you control it and view a live video feed directly on your iOS or Android mobile device at any time and from any... READ MORE
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3 weeks ago
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There’s nothing quite like the elegant, floating feeling you get when watching footage shot on a stabilizer. Conversely, there are few things as distracting and annoying as poorly balanced or shaky attempts to nail a smooth run. I had a big project lined up, and one of the tools in my arsenal was the... READ MORE
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By Mike Wilkinson |
3 weeks ago
Hands-on Review
When is a tablet not a tablet? When it defies the stereotype and becomes a full-performance laptop? When it crosses the technological boundaries of an entertainment device and performs functions usually relegated to a more dedicated device? When you mark the day that you used it to watch a movie on the train, create a PowerPoint presentation at work, and watch your favorite television show at... READ MORE
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3 weeks ago
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Join Mia McCormick, from KelbyOne Media, as she takes a quick look at the Intova Edge X Waterproof Action Camera. She talks about the camera’s imaging capabilities, including capturing up to 1080p60 video and 12-Megapixel still images and its 200' waterproof unibody design that integrates the camera and housing into a single unit. Also covered is the... READ MORE

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3 weeks ago
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In the following video, Rob Rives takes a quick look at Apogee’s refresh of its Ensemble audio interface, the Ensemble Thunderbolt. The video touches upon its high-quality, 32-bit conversion, along with how it employs its Thunderbolt connectivity for extremely low roundtrip latency. Rives discusses how the... READ MORE

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3 weeks ago

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