Whether you are looking for new accessories to make your life easier or are in need of an innovative gift for a friend who thinks they already own everything, here are a few accessories that are worth making room for, in any photographer’s bag.
1. Syrp Genie Motion Control Time Lapse Device
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Photography can be an expensive hobby. Or, if it is your profession, gear is likely one of your largest expenditures. It is just part of the photographic landscape, especially in the digital age. But, what if money were no object?
How fun would shopping be at B&H Photo then? It’s nice to pretend, is it not? So, I asked a bunch of my coworkers at B&H Photo what they would buy if they were... READ MORE
In this video, Rob Rives shows us the RØDE VideoMicro, a compact camera-mountable microphone that features a cardioid condenser capsule for capturing pro-quality recordings. Highly portable, and great indoors or outdoors, the mic is powered by plug-in power from your camera, and it comes with a 3.5mm coiled connection cable... READ MORE
In the following video, Allan Weitz takes a quick look at the Lensbaby Creative Mobile Kit, and how it can be used to achieve unique effects with your iPhone or Android smartphone. The video begins with a run-down of the kit components, including the LM-20 Sweet Spot Lens, the LM-30 Reflective Circle Lens, and the... READ MORE
AJA’s newest ProRes recorder, the Ki Pro Ultra, records and plays back ProRes 4444 and 422 files in resolutions up to DCI 4K at 60p. Versatile connectivity and Pak media compatibility make it easy to include in professional ProRes-centric workflows. As 4K is caught up more and more in the... READ MORE
If you’re reading this article, you either own a Wacom tablet, have just purchased a Wacom tablet, or you’re considering buying a Wacom tablet. When it comes to photographers, graphic designers, or any other computer artists, one of the single most important accessories that you could own is a tablet.
To an artist, precision is a key element, and a bulky mouse doesn’t give you that. Try... READ MORE
In the following video, John McQuiston introduces us to the Vanguard VEO CM-264, a versatile carbon fiber monopod that can help support your camera—or you—during a hike. The monopod’s construction makes it sturdy yet light, with a weight of just 1 lb and a load capacity of 13.2 lb, for most DSLR... READ MORE
Canon expands its 4K Reference Display line with the release of the new DP-V2410. The 24" monitor sits alongside the 30"... READ MORE
In the last few years, action cameras have become as ubiquitous as surfboards on a sunny day at the beach in southern California. Originally designed for action sports professionals and enthusiasts who needed a compact, rugged, and often hands-free system to capture each thrilling moment, action cameras have trickled down to the general population, too, thanks in part to their ease of use and go-... READ MORE
Nothing spoils a vacation more than coming home to find someone else has been there—uninvited. And if you think thieves share your holiday spirit and will just sit around and roast chestnuts before they leave think again, according to the FBI, in 2014 there were an estimated 8,277,829 property crime offenses in the nation that resulted in losses estimated at $14.3 billion, and burglaries of... READ MORE
Adding even more functionality to the Lumix line, Panasonic has just announced a new firmware update that allows you to refine your point of focus after shooting. Making use of the already versatile series of 4K Photo shooting modes, along with the intelligent DFD (Depth from Defocus) system, the new Post Focus setting lets you decide your... READ MORE
The Internet: where would we be without it? While I could spend an entire afternoon pondering that conundrum, the truth of the matter is that for the time being—barring some sort of global catastrophe—the Internet is here to stay. Not only is it staying, it’s growing fast, and you are a part of that growth. Building your own independent media empire brick by brick, as it were, takes time. And... READ MORE
M in its purest form.” It is tough to beat that tagline when discussing Leica’s latest entry to its classic rangefinder line: the M (Typ 262) digital camera, a pared-down model with a clear focus on discrete... READ MORE
How unfortunate is it that some of the best photographic opportunities present themselves when it's miserably cold outside? It doesn't matter what kind of camera equipment you're using, proper preparation and knowledge of your gear and environment are essential to helping ensure success when you're out in the cold... READ MORE