Marshall, one of the most well-known and respected names in field monitors, has released an afforable line of budget monitors priced to be within the reach of just about any videographer or video hobbyist. The consumer/prosumer videographer now has a more affordable monitoring solution from Marshall, with its M-LCD7-HDMI line of consumer camera-top field monitors.
Getting from Point A to Point B. For most people, that’s not much of a challenge. But if you have to transport several expensive, fragile cameras and other heavy gear and you want it all to arrive at point B safe and sound, you’re going to want some sturdy, well-padded equipment cases. Fortunately, Porta Brace has you covered, with its line of padded Backpack Camera Cases.
Consumers today have a full plate of options when it comes to consuming multimedia content. You can view a blockbuster movie at the local multiplex, on a large-screen TV, streaming on a computer or even on an iPod or cell phone. And the number of options for consuming content is only going to increase.
Video-enabled DSLRs are a viable and compact option for shooting high-quality video. The season finale of the TV program House was shot entirely on a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Now, Zeiss is offering cine-style lenses specifically designed for video-enabled DSLR cameras that overcome the issues associated with shooting motion with lenses designed for still photography.
Thanks to the iPod and the cellular phone, carrying your entire music collection in your pocket is easier than ever. No more lugging around a backpack full of CDs for variety when the mood strikes. Unfortunately, the cheap earbuds that come with your music player often don’t do your music justice. These cheap earbuds will.
I love high-fidelity sound. I also happen to love great-quality headphones. The one issue I have with most high-end headphones is that the better they sound, the more the headphones look like something from a bad 1950s science-fiction movie. I'm not knocking high-end headphones, but nobody looks like a baller when they’re spinning at the club wearing headphones that would look happier on The Great Gazoo from The Flinstones.
When I buy a brand-new camera, I tend to treat it like my baby. I’ll coddle it, wipe it down when a fleck of dust lands on it, and I’ll handle it as gently as I would a vial of nitroglycerin. After a few weeks, though, I’ll ease up a bit, but I’ll never feel completely comfortable diving into the dirt with my expensive gear while chasing the perfect shot.
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