When Litepanels introduced the original 1x1 years ago, it was in the vanguard of the LED revolution in lighting. On-camera models followed, as did the Inca and Sola Fresnel lines. Not content to ride on its laurels, Litepanels reaffirms its commitment to an ongoing evolution of quality and innovation with the introduction a 3rd-generation... READ MORE
Tamron has made great efforts in the world of optics, attested to here by the release of a 14-150mm lens for Micro Four Thirds (a first for Tamron), an 18-200mm lens for the Canon EOS M, and a 28-300mm lens for Canon, Nikon, and Sony DSLRs. These all-in-one zooms give you everything from wide-angle to super telephoto in nice, compact packages.
14-150mm f/3.5-5.8 Di III Lens for Micro Four Thirds... READ MORE
Eventide is a name known throughout studios across the world, and the company’s reverbs and effects have been heard on countless records. Recently unveiled is a new channel strip plug-in, UltraChannel, which features a gate, compressor, O-Pressor (taken from their Omnipressor), a 5-band parametric EQ, micro pitch shift taken from their flagship H8000 effects processor, and a stereo delay. It is... READ MORE
If you've been holding out for a less expensive iMac, then you're finally in luck. Apple announced a new entry-level 21.5" iMac today, which starts at $1,099. While it... READ MORE
Just in time for summer, Adobe is rolling out several updates to the Creative Cloud editions of Photoshop and Illustrator. These include Linked Smart Objects and improvements to Layer Comps in Photoshop and the introduction of Live Corners and Live Objects and improvements to the Pen and Pencil tool in Illustrator. Recognizing the trend for de-specialization, and the fact that designers and... READ MORE
Accessing up to five Mac or PC computers remotely while you're out and about has just gotten easier, with Parallels Access 2.0 software. Not only does this software allow you to view your Windows and Mac applications from your iPad, iPhone, or Android device, but you can you interact with those applications as if they were installed directly on your mobile device. Scrolling and navigation are... READ MORE
Fujifilm continues to roll out impressive lenses for their APS-C format X-mount mirrorless camera system. Initially the emphasis was on prime lenses, but with the announcement of the... READ MORE
This week in the news:
The New Panasonic... READ MORE
- Panasonic announced the 4K video capable Lumix DMC-FZ1000 superzoom digital camera.
- Sigma announced the pricing and availability of their unconventionally designed dp2 Quattro digital camera.
- In an effort to popularize Light Field photography, Lytro is releasing an open source web player, and partnering with 500px.
The sleek and unique Sigma dp2 Quattro compact digital camera was initially announced in February of this year. News of its pricing and availability just arrived today. If you're looking to get... READ MORE
A live webcast entitled, "From Prague to Budapest" will take place tonight, featuring Scott Kelby and Rafael Concepcion. They will be discussing Kelby's recent trip to Europe and explaining various photographic tips that were employed in the field and in the post-production workflow. It's likely there will be a decent amount of equipment talk involved as well, since Kelby was shooting with a... READ MORE
This week in the news:
- Apple announced the latest versions of the mobile and desktop operating systems, as well as new home automation and health-tracking app initiatives.
- Canon unveiled Irista, its new cloud backup service that was specifically designed for image storage.
- Instagram added the ability to adjust brightness, contrast, saturation, and other creative tools to...
The newly announced 3-Way Mount from GoPro is, in fact, designed to be used three ways: as a camera grip, extension arm, or tripod. It is collapsible and measures 7.5" folded, and... READ MORE
After the announcement of the long-awaited, redesigned Mac Pro at last year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), this year's keynote may have seem a bit lackluster to some. With no mention of any new hardware (sorry Mac mini or iPhone 6 hopefuls), Apple did share improvements to its software. Announcing new versions of Mac OS X and iOS operating systems, as well as a variety of apps for the... READ MORE