In business for more than 40 years in New York City, B&H Photo is constantly expanding its product lines and remains at the forefront of the latest in electronics technology. To accommodate the influx of new items, our Web Content teams are growing. B&H Photo is looking for writers and editors to join our Web team!
Writing for B&H is a lifelong dream for some. You have to be a skilled... READ MORE
Most of us know that the iPad is a powerful photographic tool. Whether you are using it for post-processing, image sharing, camera control, storage, live view monitoring, or just for taking photos, the iPad is finding a home in the camera bags of many photographers.
If it has one shortcoming, however, it may be the fixed focal-length lens that only features digital zoom. But, if you consider the... READ MORE
Canon is welcoming a new member to its G-series line of premium compacts, with the release of the PowerShot G3 X Digital Camera. Sitting alongside the G1 X Mark II and G7 X, this model... READ MORE
Ricoh has announced the GR II Digital Camera, the long-awaited update to the company’s large-sensor GR Digital Camera. This refresh is a first for the GR series, as its principal improvement... READ MORE
When you bring up a discussion about servers and server environments at hip cocktail parties, you’ll find that many guests vacate the room—and that the only ones left are IT people who got invited through a friend of a friend. But that’s not fair, because if more people stayed and... READ MORE
Join B&H Photo’s Steven Gladstone for a first look at Canon’s new C300 Mark II Cinema EOS Camera. The video focuses on the new features of the camera, which include a new sensor, dual DIGIC DV5 processors, and internal 4K recording to CFast 2.0 memory cards. Also highlighted is the addition of Canon’s new Log Gamma 2 that is... READ MORE
In the following video, Allan Weitz welcomes the Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246), a 24MP full-frame black-and-white digital rangefinder camera with numerous updates over its predecessor. The video covers the benefits of the purely black-and-white CMOS sensor, with its omission of a color filter array... READ MORE
Capturing amazingly sharp photos of birds in the wild is the goal of many birders. There are different ways to do this, but the most organic is through the use of extremely long telephoto lenses coupled to digital or film SLR cameras. Not only useful for photography, modern digital cameras also can record video and sound to capture the flight of a bird and its song. The telephoto lens and SLR... READ MORE
Imagine seeing an incredibly rare bird at a great distance through a spotting scope. Those birding next to you cannot see the same bird. You need to prove to them, and to your own life list, that you have spotted this rare species. It is way too far away for your camera to capture. What can you do? This is a job for… digiscoping!
Digiscoping with a spotting scope, telescope, or binoculars turns... READ MORE
When it is time to see a rare bird up close, the binocular is the go-to optical tool for almost every serious birder. Unmatched portability and convenience make the binocular one of the best devices available for spotting and indentifying birds in their natural habitats.
In this first segment of a four-part series, we will discuss what to look for if you are looking for binoculars for birding, or... READ MORE
There is nothing that can replace the extreme close-up view of a rare bird in the wild. Binoculars can get you close but, if you want to look the bird in the eye or confirm that identification for your life list, you need a spotting scope. Spotting scopes pack incredible magnification in a generally simple and lightweight package that is durable enough for field work while boasting fantastic... READ MORE
With the ever-growing security needs of today’s technologically driven society, one area in which workgroups and businesses can start to protect themselves is with secure identification systems, and one area where B&H can help is by supplying users with the appropriate ID card printer for their... READ MORE
The ultimate in resolution for full-frame DSLRs: this is what Canon’s latest 50-megapixel 5DS and 5DS R offer users. These cameras take a huge leap forward in resolution for the legendary 5D series and, when one looks at the files, they are impressively sharp and detailed. I was also able to observe the main differences between the two models and zoom almost endlessly into those images. It was a... READ MORE
The gaming industry has definitely experienced its highs and lows throughout the years, but the most encouraging trend has been the acceptance that gaming has found in players from every walk of life. From executives to soccer moms to executive soccer moms; from kids to adults and back again, gaming is as ingrained in our culture as social media. But there are so many games out there that it’s... READ MORE
Over the course of the past decade, Sony has transformed itself from being a minor player in the digital point-and-shoot camera market—to being an innovative leader in the design of photographic equipment for professionals and consumers. The infographic below tells the story of the unconventional path Sony has taken, starting with their first DSLR in 2006, the A100, and ending with their most... READ MORE