In the following video, John McQuiston, from KelbyOne media, provides us with a quick look at the V.360 from VSN Mobil, a sports camera that can take 360-degree video and images using a single lens. McQuiston highlights the video and imaging capabilities of the camera, which include 6480... READ MORE
The B&H SuperStore is pleased to announce the RØDE VideoMic Pro, a true miniature shotgun microphone designed for use with DSLR cameras, camcorders, and portable audio recorders. The VideoMic Pro features an all-new ½" condenser capsule that provides... READ MORE
In this video from the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, photographer David Middleton discusses the fact that there is more to photography than camera-club competitions and filling your walls with prints. Middleton shares how photography can also be about helping someone else. Using images from Bhutan, Uganda, Kenya, Vermont, and New Mexico, he highlights the simple and profound effects your... READ MORE
Nothing ruins a video faster than a bad audio track. Thankfully, Beachtek offers specialized audio adapters designed for the connection of professional audio recording equipment and microphones to HDSLR and camcorder cameras. Without the need for a separate recorder, the adapters provide exceptional audio quality directly to your camera, in perfect sync with the video. Beachtek employs high-... READ MORE
Regardless of your level of interest in digital photography, there is a requirement to organize your images and, often, the desire to adjust or enhance your photos digitally.
You know you’ve made it in an industry when the name of your product is transformed into a verb, but Photoshop, officially the Photoshop Creative Cloud, today, is an extremely capable and intricate software program that is... READ MORE
When you’re looking to speed up an old PC, one of the first considerations to make is upgrading the RAM or hard drive. Both are relatively easy to do, and both are relatively cheap (as opposed to the cost of buying a new computer). And both can be executed by end users in seven easy steps.
Adding RAM to a desktop PC will greatly enhance the system’s maneuverability when completing tasks. Opening... READ MORE
Following in the evolutionary footsteps of other high-end fitness brands, Fitbit has released the Surge, its most advanced sports-tracking wearable to date. Moving beyond the... READ MORE
Hard Drive Week is upon us, and you’ve already read several good articles here on how hard drives work, how SSD flash memory operates, and even a simplification of network attached storage (NAS) and NAS terms. You may be considering a personal cloud server or even something higher end, like a NAS small-business solution. B&H has loads of choices for you, from personal to professional-level... READ MORE
Imagine your desktop computer is a bank. Every time you store a digital file—photos, documents, video—you leave it in a small safe deposit box in the bank. After a while, that box quickly fills, and you buy another safe deposit box to handle the overflow. Welcome to data storage. You also take everything from your old bank and place it in this new bank. That’s backing up data.
For years you’ve... READ MORE
Whether your area of interest is hunting, studying, observation, or surveillance, a trail camera can be a helpful tool for capturing close-up photos and video of wildlife or other people, remotely and discreetly. Get clear, detailed images of animals without running the risk of scaring them off, or monitor the exterior of your property for intruders. Strap a camera to a tree or post and set it to... READ MORE
The difference between a sharp photograph and a blurry one might just be in the way you hold the camera, or how you breathe when you depress the shutter release—true statement. Let us talk about proper photographic technique and go over some tips that will help you physically make better photographs.
It is no coincidence that the term “shooting” is often synonymous with making photographs and the... READ MORE
You know what annoys my non-tech friends? When I drop a technical term into a conversation and they have no idea what it is. I mentioned hybrid drive the other day in a phone call to my friend Bridget, who lives in France, and I could feel her rolling her eyes and smirking—on my dime, no less. Like they don’t have le tech or whatever it is the French call it. Technologie. Whatever, Bridget.
But I... READ MORE
As prices continue to plummet and resolution continues to rise, it is becoming commonplace for amateur and hobbyist photographers to purchase a high-quality digital stills camera—mirrorless or DSLR. Even a photographer with a $500 camera can capture amazing clarity with just about no training whatsoever. Almost every one of these cameras now has the option to shoot video, usually in an HD... READ MORE
As we get deep into hard-drive week with our roundups of portable drives, hard drives and solid-state drives for gaming, and explanation of NAS servers, we add this to the mix—there are large-capacity external drives out there that don’t really fit into any scenario. They’re good for almost any data storage solutions, and the main reason they’re excluded from most portable drive roundups is a)... READ MORE
In writing up various computer products at B&H, the question of storage is always at the top of one’s mind. Does this laptop or desktop PC have enough storage? What about this tablet or even this smartphone? Basically, it boils down to how much storage is enough, and inevitably, how do I get more storage?
Among all of the aforementioned products, another series of products that are computers... READ MORE