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Binoculars are two identical optical devices that use a series of lenses, elements, and prisms to magnify a view for more detail of distant people, places, or things. Observing with both eyes open is more comfortable and more natural compared to using a spotting scope or telescope, for which one eye has to be closed to see properly. Having both eyes open also provides you with a rich and... READ MORE
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From the NAB 2015 trade show floor, B&H Photo’s Steven Gladstone met up with Jesse Mineo, from Canon, to get a first look at the recently announced C300 Mark II and XC10 4K camcorders. He also visited with Canon’s Chuck Westfall... READ MORE
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For the third year in a row, Blackmagic Design is making a big splash at NAB with a massive product announcement. The Australian designer and manufacturer of professional video technology will be introducing 38 new products, including three new digital cinema cameras, a new image sensor for its URSA cameras, DaVinci Resolve 12, and a range of 12G-SDI-enabled products for broadcast, post... READ MORE
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A new drone has just been announced that 3D Robotics will add to its GoPro lifting fleet, dubbed the Solo. Solo because it is designed for the solo pilot/camera operator, in some cases even solo pilot, camera operator, and talent rolled into one. Saying it has a GPS-back flight control system isn't saying much since at least limited autonomy has been a standard feature of multi-rotors from the... READ MORE
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As the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters show (NAB) kicks off in Las Vegas this week, we’re happy to bring you some exciting news from around the world. Showcasing both professional and consumer video products, with a good dose of audio products thrown in, NAB 2015 promises to be one of the most exciting video-related shows of the year. Blackmagic Design Unveils New Products, Including... READ MORE
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Characterized by sleek point-and-shoot form factors, yet also featuring expansive 30x optical zoom ranges, Sony's two newest Cyber-shots both offer slim styling, enhanced usability, and versatile imaging capabilities. The... READ MORE
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Measuring only 3x2", the VidiU Mini is Teradek’s ultra-portable version of the original VidiU, and it offers the same ability to stream live to RTMPs over Wi-Fi, or to transmit a feed wirelessly to Teradek’s Live:Air iPad/iPhone live production app. The main differences between the... READ MORE
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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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Manfrotto has announced the Digital Director, a new advanced tethering solution and real-time live view monitor for Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras. The Digital Director comprises an Apple-certified iPad holder and a downloadable software app that runs on a user-supplied iPad Air or Air... READ MORE
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In today’s digital age, high-capacity file storage is become increasingly important, with terms such as RAID and NAS being thrown around interchangeably when large amounts of data storage are being discussed. For those who aren’t sure what terms like RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) or NAS (... READ MORE
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Since its arrival on the mirrorless scene a year ago, the Fujifilm X-T1, along with its contemporary mirrorless competition, has created quite a splash in the camera market. Mirrorless cameras are quickly catching up to the DSLR realm in terms of speed and performance. Today, the photographer entering the market is faced with a real dilemma when it comes to which interchangeable-lens path to... READ MORE
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In the following video, Allan Weitz shares a useful range of tips to consider when photographing in cold weather. The video begins with a look at some common aspects of shooting that cold weather can affect the most, such as battery failure and mechanical malfunctions. From here, Weitz covers a variety of different protective options for working in cold and wet weather, such as rain covers and... READ MORE

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NAB 2015 sees JMR raise the curtain on the new Lightning products, the latest generation of the company’s Thunderbolt 2 storage and expansion options. Consisting of ten models, the Lightning line recognizes the role of Mac computers in the current post-production climate, making hardware expansion possible by converting Thunderbolt to PCIe. This makes the products a natural choice for users who... READ MORE
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Being the new kid in class isn’t always easy, especially when your older siblings leave you with extremely large shoes to fill. Seemingly undaunted by that analogous task, Sennheiser has unveiled its next-generation digital wireless... READ MORE
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Composed of a rugged, all-weather compact camera along with a versatile, advanced retro-styled model, Olympus's newest updates to its Stylus series help to refine the handling and image quality of the company’s flagship point-and-shoots. Now featuring raw shooting abilities and the... READ MORE
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