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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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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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This B&H video features Seagate NAS Multi-Bay storage solutions, ranging in capacity from 2TB all the way up to 24TB, to address a variety of data-storage needs. Each NAS Pro Server features a 1.7 GHz processor, along with 2GB of RAM, and can support up to 50 users simultaneously. With NAS, OS 4 software setup and configuration is easy, while two Gigabit LAN ports provide redundant network... READ MORE

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Professional Photographers of America (PPA) has been pressing the FAA to ease commercial-use restrictions for professional photographers who wish to use UAVs in their work. The organization is optimistic we are getting close to a new FAA ruling that will allow select industries to operate RC and autonomous aircraft legally, among them filmmaking and certain types of photography, farming, and... READ MORE
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At a photo show in another country, you are bound to see some unique products that aren’t what you normally find in photo stores in the US. This is especially true when you are in one of the most photography and camera-loving countries in the world: Japan. Below are some unique items seen at this year’s CP Plus Expo, in Yokohama. How about a humidity-controlled storage and display cabinet to... READ MORE
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No matter how advanced your skill set, if you shoot portrait, fashion, or beauty photography, your images will require some manner of retouching once the shoot is finished. Even the most beautiful model—with perfect makeup, hair, and lighting—can use at least a tweak or two, especially beneath the unforgiving eye of today’s high-resolution digital cameras. Whether it’s... READ MORE
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The Rebel Series from Canon has been one of the most successful in DSLR photography. Economically priced and feature packed, these cameras appeal to demanding entry-level, as well as seasoned DSLR owners. This year, introduced at the CP Plus Expo, the new 24-megapixel Rebel T6i and... READ MORE
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The Sony a7S is an impressive little camera that combines a full-frame sensor, 4K HDMI output, and unparalleled low-light performance. Add S-Log2 gamma support, internal X-AVC S recording, and a versatile Sony E-mount to the mix and you have a camera that is ready for professional video production... well, almost ready, that is. Before the camera can appear on set, it needs to be outfitted for... READ MORE
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Hercules, a manufacturer with a longstanding history in the field of digital DJing, has unveiled the latest in its line of budget-friendly controllers, aimed squarely at aspiring professional DJs and hobbyists. Described by the company as “an exclusive ecosystem designed for the digitally connected DJ,” the... READ MORE
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In the following video, Larry Becker, of KelbyOne Media, provides an overview of the F2D Mighty 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter from Wolverine. This video covers the device’s numerous compatible film formats, such as 35mm negatives and slides, 110, and 127 film, as well as 8mm and... READ MORE
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In the following video, B&H writer John Harris takes a look at a range of updated Lowepro backpacks at CP Plus 2015, in Yokohama, Japan, and highlights the construction details on a series of versatile bags. Beginning with the ProTactic 450 AW, Harris points out the durable hard top... READ MORE

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In the following video, Rob Rives gets hands-on with Beachtek’s DXA-Pocket audio adapter, and compares it to three other Beachtek products to see how the features match up. He examines the DXA-Pocket's available I/O and how... READ MORE

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While the EOS M1 mirrorless camera from Canon was released briefly in the US, its predecessor, the M2, was released only in Japan, and that looks like the case again for the new M3. I have the M1, and it makes an excellent backup for an APS-C DSLR like the 7D, especially with the EF lens adapter that allows it to use any Canon EOS lens. The M3 would be the same. Improvements include a much-needed... READ MORE
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While most of our time at CP Plus 2015 has been spent between the expo floor and the hotel across the plaza, I did venture out into Yokohama proper one morning, for a bite to eat and a quick walk around. All the daytime shots were taken within a short distance of the hotel and the Pacifico Yokohama exhibition center, including the fantastic little neighborhood restaurant in which I had grilled... READ MORE
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