Are you ready for a wearable, hands-off photo device that automatically tracks your journey through time and space?
The Autographer, a creation of the Oxford Metrics Group (OMG) of the U.K., is essentially a wearable, 5-megapixel, ultra-... READ MORE
Since the release of his 2008 short film Reverie, which was shot using the Canon 5D Mark II, Vincent Laforet has become an influential figure in the video-making community. His evolution and growth as a commercial director is charted in his blog, which is now a must-read for photographers and filmmakers alike. We were lucky enough to... READ MORE
Zoom’s H4n and H2n Handy recorders have become a mainstay of professionals and amateurs alike, thanks to their versatility and reliability, and now they’ll continue to do so for less cash. Starting May 1, both models will experience a price drop, making their feature sets more affordable for use... READ MORE
There are many who believe that even though we are only in the first quarter of 2014, the desktop computer industry is dying. Rest assured, even with declining sales and the intrusion of better mobile processing options aside, the desktop industry... READ MORE
Sony has just announced the upgraded replacement for their Alpha SLT-A77 DSLR and is calling it the ... READ MORE
Apple announced today that it is breathing new life into the MacBook Air—and that new life means extra battery power and extra processing chops for consumers who are on the fence about buying a new MacBook Air. Not enough incentive? Apple also... READ MORE
From the invention of the mechanical pencil to the first-ever LCD calculator, Sharp has a rich tradition of innovation that stretches over a century. It was also the first company to introduce the cellular camera phone. Sharp even used its eco-friendly silicon photovoltaic (PV) solar cells to make an energy-efficient, solar-powered television. As for the company’s AQUOS LCD panel technology, it... READ MORE
Let's start with some facts:
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- Dirty optics can and will affect your image quality.
- There are correct methods and tools to clean lens and filter optics.
- There are incorrect methods and tools to clean lens and filter optics.
- There's a great deal of information available on the topic of lens cleaning—some of it conflicting.
People who give presentations on business trips will often benefit most from using full-sized projectors. However, their large size, weight, and consumptive power needs don't make them the best travel companions. In this article, we take a look at some of the available options for traveling professionals, illuminate some unexpected pitfalls, and offer advice that may not have otherwise occurred... READ MORE
In this B&H video, Mia McCormick, from Kelby Media, enlightens us about video monopods. She begins by touching on the differences between photo and video monopods, and then moves on to compare a few of the more popular models. The video highlights the features of video monopods, with McCormick offering her impressions after working with each monopod. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite... READ MORE
In the following video, Larry Becker presents an overview of the Fujifilm FinePix S1 digital camera, encompassing its features, design, controls, and image quality. The video begins with an introduction to the imaging attributes of the S1, including its 16.4MP sensor, and segues into its... READ MORE
The Panasonic GH4's ability to record both DCI 4K and UHD video internally, without line-skipping or pixel binning, sets a new standard for in-camera... READ MORE
Most people don’t take the time to consider what their computer is and what it does until there’s a problem. Your computer is probably one of the most important devices in your life, right up there with your car and your cell phone. You use the computer for almost everything (including reading this article), but you don’t really give it the time of day. You maintain it and understand it, but you... READ MORE
If you’ve never heard of the HP Z workstation line, you’ve probably never seen one of these powerhouses in action. The HP Z line, which includes tower workstations, small form factor workstations, and mobile laptop workstations, is mostly designed for creative professionals who need power, speed, and flexibility in their systems. These computing behemoths don’t mess around with mid-level... READ MORE
HP is dedicated to providing high-end workstations to video professionals that will match the speed and power they need to perform high-end applications. If it weren’t for the extreme muscle behind the Z series workstations (read more about them here), HP would simply be in the... READ MORE