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When it's time to buy new gear, we usually need to seek out options that offer the best bang for the buck. In the process of doing so, we're forced to suppress our deep desire for the gear that provides the loudest bang. We've rounded up of some highest-ticket items sold at the B&H SuperStore, so we could fantasize about clicking the Checkout button with the confidence of a newly-minted billionaire.

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With the explosion of social media sharing sites and the continued growth of popular video-based sites like YouTube, Vimeo, and Vines, it’s no surprise that a lot of people are now getting into making, producing, and editing their own homegrown videos. And although you may not find a lot of Coppolas or Kubricks among the crowd, personal video editing is definitely a growing trend.

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When it comes to nonlinear video editing software, the market is somewhat crowded of late, with some of the top names in the industry vying for dominance. One contestant, Grass Valley, may not be as popular as some of their competitors, but their software is nonetheless a long-time favorite among live broadcasters and multi-camera productions.

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Portable hard drives come and go. Some add a new twist, new interfaces, new styles. But Sony has always tried to stay ahead of the game, whether it’s with a new design or a new feature. They’ve done it again with a new portable lineup that includes two new compact hard drives and a very fast solid-state drive.

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A great deal of buzz developed when Matrox revealed their first self-contained streaming/recording device, the Monarch HD, at NAB 2013. What followed was a string of awards and recognition from StreamingMedia.com, TV Technology, British Columbia Videographers Association, and Digital Video Magazine.

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Whether you’re a sports fan or a movie lover, the DISH Tailgater Bundle with ViP 211k HD Receiver allows you to enjoy your television programming outside the confines of your living room. Using a DISH subscription, you can pair this bundle with a TV and a power outlet, and you’re on your way to watching television at a campsite or in the stadium parking lot.

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News

With a form factor that incorporates the best of the legendary OM series cameras, the just-announced Olympus Stylus 1 Digital Camera is a slim, stylish compact digital camera with a 12MP sensor and a 10.7x optical zoom lens. The 1/1.7” BSI CMOS sensor offers clear, color-accurate imaging and low-light capability.

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Avid recently released version 7 of its Media Composer software, featuring significant changes to workflow, functionality, and integration. With version 7, Avid continues to update and support its flagship product, responding to user feedback, adapting to the rapidly changing production environment, and preparing for the future needs of its clients.

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Adobe has recently released their newest versions of both Photoshop and Premiere Elements, both of which feature several upgrades and refinements designed to optimize control over editing both photos and videos, with additional support for sharing and exporting on and offline.

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In the following video, Larry Becker presents four wide-angle Distagon T* lenses from Zeiss. The video explores the 15mm f/2.8, 21mm f/2.8, 25mm f/2, and the 35mm f/1.4 lenses and touches on their practical optical performance, including commentary on their manual-focus design, build quality, and different mounts. Becker also showcases examples of how the lenses perform.

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Wolverine has announced their latest scanner, the PD20 Photo Digitizer. Handling prints up to 5 x 7”, it is ideal for people who have stacks of photos that they need digitized quickly. It scans extremely quickly and stores images on an SD card or internal memory.

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The PDN PhotoPlus Expo took place in New York City, and B&H was everywhere. We were exhibitors at the show (booth #455), and we posted a storm of show updates on B&H Insights, Twitter and Instagram. There was a bunch of compelling new products on display at the show, so we've rounded up the most interesting highlights in this post.

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We had the chance to speak to Mike Bubolo from Sony about what are arguably the most exciting new products on display at PhotoPlus 2013: the new a7 and a7R digital cameras. They're the world's first mirrorless full-frame cameras, and they're about half the size and weight of normal-sized DSLRs. 

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This week in the news: Apple announced the new iPad Air, iPad mini Retina, thinner and lighter MacBook Pro Retina laptops with Haswell processors, pricing and a release date for the new Mac Pro, a bunch of software updates that will be available as free downloads, including OS X Mavericks; Canon announced comprehensive new firmware updates for the 1D X and 1D C; and Fujifilm released a major X100 fimware update.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for October 25, 2013. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

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The GoPro HERO3+ cameras are available in two models: the HERO3+ Black Edition Camera and the HERO3+ Silver Edition. Both models feature a lighter and smaller waterproof housing than their predecessors. They also have batteries that last longer, and more powerful Wi-Fi capabilities for enhanced wireless performance.

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