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Compact DSLRs and “regular” or full-size DSLRs are the Digital counterparts of traditional 35mm film cameras, specifically Single Lens Reflex cameras. Single lens reflex cameras allow you to view the scene through the camera’s lens via a mirror and prism system, i.e., a reflex viewing system. DSLR is an abbreviation of digital single lens reflex.

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A point-and-shoot camera is easy to use, usually small and light enough to take anywhere and is able to take sharp, well-exposed photographs under almost any lighting conditions for both Web and print applications, without your having to think too much before pressing the shutter button.

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Image stabilization (IS) is a terrific technology for better ensuring sharp photographs taken under less than desirable lighting conditions, especially when shooting with a slower aperture lens, which includes almost every kit zoom lens.

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Are your photos featured this week? Read more to see this week's selection from our B&H Photo Flickr Group. If you haven't joined already, what are you waiting for?




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Compared to traditional photo paper, i.e. silver-based photographic paper, inkjet papers include an extremely broad variety of fiber-based (and non fiber-based) surfaces. What makes any given paper specifically an inkjet paper are the coatings found in the surface.

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With more than 90 different wireless mouse models in stock at B&H, you might wonder why the world needs a better mouse. But HP thinks it does. Billed as the world’s first Wi-Fi mouse, the HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse connects to your computer without a USB dongle.

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The debate between digital and analogue takes place in more than just the photography world. As a musician, I also know that the lines are drawn with instruments. The Crosley USB Turntables are an attempt to play peacemaker in the conflict. These retro-stylish turntables have a special modern twist on them: they can digitize your old records and you can edit the ripped audio in a special software suite. Some of them even have AM/FM radios.




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Who says all-in-one desktop systems can’t be slim and fast? Certainly not Lenovo. The new ThinkCentre Edge 91z all-in-one (AIO) desktop is just 2.5 inches thick, with classy styling that will go well with any décor.

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It used to be that if you wanted a high-tech product that stood out from the competition, you had to shell out a fortune for it. Things have changed. Today you have to offer cutting-edge products at reasonable prices if you want to get noticed.

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This all depends on what type of lighting system you currently own. If you are shooting with tungsten or other form of continuous lighting, you’re in the game. If you’re shooting with electronic flash, the news isn’t as good unless you plan on shooting video one frame at a time. Strobes are simply the wrong tools for capturing video.

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Not long ago, we spent some time with famed wedding photographer and guest blogger Ryan Brenizer. One of the reasons why Ryan is famous is because of his unique style of shooting portraits known across the net as the Brenizer Method. Ryan talked with us about the gear he uses to do it, how he came up with the idea, the post-production phase, and also gave us some tips for beginners. Take a look at the video after clicking Read and Discuss.

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Auto white balance sounds like it solves every issue regarding colors in your pictures, but it doesn't. For example, when you shoot at sunset or sunrise, AWB wants to 'correct' the golden tones that we love so much when the sun is close to the horizon. It desaturates the yellow and red portion of the spectrum, and the colors look weak and disappointing. By contrast, if you shoot with daylight white balance, you will capture the colors you see. The yellows, reds, and oranges will be saturated and dramatic.




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In the summer of 2008, Nikon released the D90, a DSLR with an extra feature: HD video recording. It rocked the digital photography and video worlds. Suddenly photographers could shoot dynamite video and videographers could get the look and feel of a cinema camera without the cinema camera price tag. HD video quickly became the feature to look for in a DSLR. A new category of camera was born: the HDSLR.

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Whether you love plasma’s deep blacks or fast refresh rates (perfect for keeping up with high-speed action and 3D performance), you’ll be drawn to newly-shipping TVs from Panasonic, plasma’s biggest backer.

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This chapter discusses the many benefits that HDSLRs have to offer, as well as the limitations that have to be considered when making the choice of adopting these cameras. Each benefit or limitation needs to be weighed against the specific needs of each user. However, there will always be situations where HDSLRs may not be the most effective choice.

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