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Sometimes, the most annoying thing about having an interchangeable-lens camera is the interchangeable-lens part. Prime lenses and short-range zoom lenses for full-frame cameras aren’t that big by themselves. But at some point, you realize that the five-lens kit you have is a bit of a drag to carry around with you everywhere, and you wish you could just take one lens with you that could replace... READ MORE
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Greatly expanding the current lineup of full-frame-compatible, E-mount lenses, Sony has just introduced a quartet of new FE lenses ranging from prime wide-angles to an all-inclusive zoom. The FE 28mm f/2 is a standard wide angle that is compatible with two other new optics, the Ultra Wide Converter and Fisheye Converter, to further broaden its perspective. The Distagon T* FE 35mm f/1.4 ZA... READ MORE
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At the Wedding and Portrait Photography Expo, in Las Vegas, Larry Becker, reporting for Kelbyone.com, talked to Rudy Winston at the Canon booth, where for the first time in the United States, some prints from the pre-production model Canon 5DS  and... READ MORE
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Impact-resistant, water-tight resin hard cases from HPRC, with their distinctive red handle, have been a staple on productions for quite some time. In most cases, users themselves pick and pluck the foam inserts to achieve their desired interior configuration, or they opt for the flexibility of dividers, which can be easily rearranged but don't hold contents as snugly. Wouldn't it be nice for... READ MORE
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Nick Woodman, a young American surfer, desperately wanted images of himself surfing, personal and up close, and there seemed to be no camera available to exactly fulfill his requirements. He set about creating a solution. Slightly more than a decade later, his camera company has invaded the market with the small, waterproof, and extremely high-quality unit we know as the GoPro. Popular because of... READ MORE
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Profoto has done it again. A little over a year since the release of the revolutionary B1, the company is expanding its Off-Camera Flash System with the B2 250 AirTTL, a portable battery-powered pack with TTL operation for both on- and off-camera use. It has two fully asymmetrical outputs for... READ MORE
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By Shawn C. Steiner |
4 weeks ago
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Following the company's CP+ rollouts, Nikon is announcing the new Wi-Fi and NFC-connected D7200 DSLR Camera and the COOLPIX P900 Digital Camera with an impressive 83x optical zoom lens.... READ MORE
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By Shawn C. Steiner |
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With the 2015 Mobile World Conference just days away, one of the most anticipated smartphones to be unveiled is HTC's One M9. While this device is still officially in the preliminary and speculation stages, it's all but a foregone conclusion that this flagship model does... READ MORE
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In our modern digital age, high-capacity file storage is becoming increasingly important. Not only are large businesses faced with storing larger and rapidly growing amounts of data, but many home users, such as photographers and filmmakers, are being faced with the challenges of storing and archiving RAW files, scanned negatives, HD / 2K / 4K video, audio workflows, and more. To this end, WD is... READ MORE
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1 month ago
Hands-on Review
In this video from KelbyOne Media, Larry Becker takes a quick look at the new Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM telephoto zoom lens. He explains the benefits of the different coatings and lens elements, and discusses the lens and aperture construction. Becker also goes over the user-... READ MORE

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At the 2013 NAB trade show, Freefly Systems introduced the world to a new concept in camera stabilization—the motorized gimbal. A device giving operators the ability to capture dolly-smooth shots while enjoying something close to the freedom of handheld shooting has been around since 1976; of course, I’m referring to the “arm-and-vest” stabilizer. Amazingly, it took 37 years for a serious... READ MORE
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In the following video, B&H photo wiz Allan Weitz introduces the Olympus Stylus TOUGH TG-3 Digital Camera and the LG-1 LED Macro Ring Light attachment. This video presents the rugged features of the 16-megapixel... READ MORE

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Not more than a decade ago, the power to create Hollywood-style effects was exclusively the domain of highly specialized artists using expensive software that ran on workstation-class computers. However, in the last few years, inexpensive compositing software has become available, offering visual-effects artists and motion-graphics designers the ability to create powerful visual effects.... READ MORE
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Hands-on Review
In the following video, Mia McCormick, from KelbyOne Media, pairs the Atomos Shogun with the Sony a7S to put the 4K-capable monitor/recorder through its paces. McCormick goes over the... READ MORE

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In the following video, KelbyOne Media’s Larry Becker presents an in-depth overview of the Fujifilm X100T, and covers its updated features, core technologies, and some optional accessories to complement its use. The video begins with a rundown of the Fujifilm X100T's primary specs, including its 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor... READ MORE

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