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To capitalize on the ever-increasing resolution of image sensors, lens manufacturers continue to come up with new optical designs and other lens technologies that allow greater low-light capability and aberration-corrected imagery. Among the standout advances in this year’s roundup of noteworthy SLR camera lenses are a budget-friendly wide-angle zoom intended for full-frame shooters, telephoto... READ MORE
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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator Michael Huerta announced that the FAA has determined that airlines can safely expand passenger use of Portable Electronic Devices (PEDs) during all phases of flight, gate-to-gate, by the end of the year. We hope you don't find yourself sitting beside the habitual talker with a cell phone on a cross-country... READ MORE
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In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, presents several audio products for iOS devices that make great holiday gifts. Rives explores the Novation series of miniature controllers, mobile microphones, and iOS audio interfaces, including the RØDE XY and smartlav microphones, IK multimedia iRig Pro interface, and the full-featured Focusrite iTrack solo.

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Camera straps add personality and flair without going overboard. It is just like adding a favorite accessory to your outfit! But this accessory has a purpose: to hold one of your most prized possessions. Style, strength, and comfort make these camera straps everything you want and more—just take your pick. Capturing Couture has many different designs to suit any personality. The... READ MORE
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Blackmagic Design has really shaken things up with their entries into the digital cinema camera market. First announced in 2012, the original Blackmagic Cinema Camera shocked the industry with a remarkably progressive feature set in an entry-level, professional camera. In April of... READ MORE
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It’s no secret that great photos start with great lenses. Tamron’s “Eleven Simple Secrets for Better Photos” seminars are designed for anyone who wants to take better photos of the things that mean most to them. Topics include understanding light, point of view, composition, as well as knowing and experimenting with your lens. Delivered by Tamron’s industry insiders, these 2-hour classes take... READ MORE
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Tips and Solutions
Your digital data is precious to you, and it should be. Imagine if someone came into your house and walked right to your safe, opened it, and removed all the contents. You would never let that happen. And yet every day, millions of computer users do just that—leave the door wide open on their digital life. Protecting that data is a multimillion-dollar business. Companies like... READ MORE
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News
Recent news: Tokina announced that their 11-16mm f/2.8 II lens is coming to the Sony Alpha mount; Glyph Technologies released the affordable BlackBox mobile hard drive; and the popular iOS photography app VSCO Cam arrived on Android. This is your B&H Gear News Roundup for December 6, 2013. Be sure to follow us on... READ MORE
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Buying Guide
The gift-giving season is upon us. Chances are you’re one of the millions of people shopping for a new digital camera this year. Whether for a friend, a loved one, or you’re simply spoiling yourself, tackling the ever-changing and expanding market can be daunting. So where to start? There’s no overly specific technical formula for buying a camera. Be sure to do thorough research and ensure that... READ MORE
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Gabe’s dreaming of wonderful holidays. To give: Photo calendar  My wife and I started making calendars as gifts for our families several years ago, and now it is our most anticipated present. It’s a great way to relive and remind yourself to keep having good times! There are many online companies that offer this service, but I’ve been happy with the Apple calendars. Aluminyze  Metal is the hot... READ MORE
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Features
Rumors of the original Canon 5D started circulating in early August of 2005. A few other full-frame digital cameras existed at the time, but their large physical size and hefty price tags were deal breakers for the... READ MORE
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In light of contemporary fashion, Fujifilm has redefined, yet maintained, their image as a classic photography brand. Best known throughout photographic history as one of the major film producers, Fujifilm has expanded on their legacy by delving into the digital photography realm in an equally revolutionary and trend-setting manner. Their appreciation of functional design, mixed with modern... READ MORE
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and this is what I’m getting for my photo-loving friends and colleagues this season! Lastolite 1-stop Diffuser If you want your outdoor portraits to have beautiful light, put this diffuser between your subject and the sun and you’ll be amazed at the... READ MORE
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Mia McCormick, of Kelby Media, takes us through some of the notable features of the Atomos Samurai Blade. The Samurai Blade is a field recorder/monitor hybrid with a high-resolution 720p display that incorporates advanced image analysis features including focus peaking, waveform, and... READ MORE
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Although professional aerial photography has been around for years, the new consumer market is now rapidly expanding. Radio-controlled aircraft are not a new phenomenon, nor is the concept of mounting cameras on RC aircraft. What is new and exciting for videographers and photographers who wish to add aerial images to their portfolios is the introduction of budget-friendly aerial technology—in... READ MORE
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