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The Nikon AF-S Nikkor 58mm f/1.4G  is Nikon’s highest-performing “normal” lens with an unusual design goal: particular attention has been given to bokeh (smoothness of blur) with the result that images of three-dimensional subjects, and especially those at closer and medium distances, have a... READ MORE
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One of the most important features of computing is one of the least understood. A hard drive is at the core of any computer, and yet many consumers don’t realize the complexity of the different components that make up a hard drive. Let’s look inside the drive and explain some of the basics while we explore different types of drives and their uses. External versus Internal Drives First of all, if... READ MORE
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Tips and Solutions

Lavalier microphones are often the appropriate choice in many ENG, public speaking, and theatrical scenarios. In this video, Rob Rives teaches us the basics of lavalier miking and shows us several different lavalier microphones in various price ranges.

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News

This week in the news: Olympus announced the new Stylus 1 digital camera, which features a constant f/2.8 zoom; iON released the Air Pro 3 Wi-Fi action camera; Nikon released several "Pure Photography" teaser videos that seem to hint at a new camera system; and Canon updated the firmware of the 5D Mark III.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for November 1, 2013. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

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We’re proud to announce that B&H is now an official dealer of Moog Music, Inc. It’s a big deal, not only because Moog instruments and effects have such outstanding craftsmanship and quality, but also because the brand itself is so historically significant. It’s an honor to represent Moog, and the temptation to splurge on one of their products will surely be stronger than ever.

 

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We recently had a chance to work with the new Tilta rigs from ikan and found them to be well thought out, well crafted, and to provide improved physical handling for many of today’s HDSLR, digital video, and cinema cameras. With the rise of the large LCD viewfinder, single sensor, and shrinking electronics, camera manufacturers are moving away from the classic shoulder-mount configuration of the past.

 

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The Pentax K-3 DSLR is getting a lot of praise for a camera that was only announced three weeks ago. Specifically, the first-of-its-kind selectable anti-aliasing simulator is garnering attention for an optional function that, prior to the K-3, required two separate cameras to achieve. But in my short time with this camera it became clear that it’s not just the anti-aliasing filter option that makes the K-3 a camera worth talking about.

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Underwater photography or videography lets you explore and capture parts of the world that are rarely seen. Just as it presents unique challenges, such as correcting for blue color cast, distortion, and minimized field of view, it also offers unique rewards: brilliant images of life and scenery that most photographers don't have in their portfolios.

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The annual Maine Media Workshops Alumni, Faculty and Friends party took place at the B&H SuperStore on October 23, 2013. A good time was had by all, and we've got the photos to prove it. If you're not... READ MORE
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Tips and Solutions
When you head out into the unknown with a camera around your neck, there's always an element of uncertainty. At the end of the day, we're just mortals, who can rapidly make the transition from predator to prey. From the jowls of giant watery creatures to the horns of charging... READ MORE
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Nikon recently released several videos and launched a dedicated page which hint at the introduction of a new camera body. Hard information about the new camera is nearly nonexistent. However, the... READ MORE
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Waxing Poetic Ah, physical media. Vinyl. LPs. EPs. 45s. 78s. Wondrous words for older music fans and dyed-in-wool Luddites, but surely out of step in this age of instant music downloads and cloud-based media streaming—or are they? Make no mistake: for some diehard music fanatics downloading an mp3 will forever play second fiddle to the joy of acquiring a shiny circle of vinyl. And despite all the... READ MORE
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In the follow video, Rob Rives, from B&H, demonstrates the Novation Bass Station II Synthesizer, its setup, and some of the sounds it is capable of producing. He discusses its build quality and connectivity as well as talking about how it has been updated from the original model.

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In the following video, Mia McCormick, of Kelby Media, discusses three underwater camera housings and her experiences using them to shoot photos and movies beneath the surface. The video covers the Ikelite housing for the Sony RX-100, the Nikon WP-N1 housing for the Nikon 1 J1 or J2 with 10-30mm VR lens, and the  EWA-Marine U-A Underwater Housing for virtually any autofocusing DSLR camera.

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Join Moshe Zusman for an energizing and illuminating venue-lighting class. Whether you need to brush up on your techniques, or learn new ones, we’ll be able to help you demystify the dreaded dark wedding reception. Are you lighting your subjects properly but your backgrounds are still dark? Is your flash washing out the ambient light and eliminating the beautiful colors of the room?

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