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The Luxli Timpani is gaining a great deal of popularity, and the reason is simple: everyone in professional video production needs a bicolor 1x1 panel, and the Timpani offers bicolor, RGB color, gels, effects, and remote app control, all in one, and at a price that’s a steal. Simple...
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There’s no law that says cameras must look boring. Not that there’s anything wrong with boring-looking cameras, but there’s something to be said about a camera that turns heads out of curiosity, intrigue, confusion, or a combination of the three. The following cameras are “statement makers” that are guaranteed to turn heads and, better yet, elicit wonderful smiles. 1. Polaroid Originals 600 96...
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What is the best camera for beginners? While this seems like a straightforward question, it is somewhat complex. Giving this question some thought and considering a few options may pay future dividends as a novice photographer evolves into a photographic artist. One certainty is that an entry-level camera should be easy to use, convenient to carry and employ, as well as being intuitive, while...
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The original Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100, introduced in June 2012, featured a fresh, inviting design, a fast 28-100mm (equivalent) Zeiss Vario-Sonnar zoom lens, and something unheard of for such a compact camera: a 20.2MP 1"-format backlight-illuminated CMOS sensor. Measuring 13.2 x 8.8mm (2.7x crop factor), the 1"-type sensor was smaller than full frame, APS-C, and Four Thirds-format imaging...
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Kiss your clothespins and milk crates goodbye! When using the Luxli Timpani 1 x 1 RGBAW LED Light in Filter Mode, you can simply dial-in the filter of your choice, each corresponding to one of 150 popular Lee gels. Whether it’s for color correction or a creative effect, the Timpani's...
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More than in most other applications, surveillance video devices need to be specially suited to their environment. Unlike a camera used for other purposes, surveillance gear rarely allows you to make changes to the environment you’re recording, so it must be able to work in the conditions in which it’s installed. Most installations won’t allow you to add or remove light sources to accommodate the...
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The EON ONE and EON ONE Pro are compact, all-in-one linear-array PA systems well suited for singer/song-writers, small live events, bars, clubs, meetings, and conference rooms. Both systems consist of a powered subwoofer...
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Drones have never been as inexpensive and capable as they are today and, because of this, we are starting to see some brand-new features pop up in the latest releases. Among these functions is the implementation of optical and digital zoom, which promises no loss of quality during use. This is a huge advance in tech for consumer aerial image acquisition, providing more options for photographers...
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College: It’s many things. A first taste of independence. A time to learn and expand your circle of friends. An experiment in how long is socially acceptable to go without doing laundry. But for many, it means living away from home for the first time in your lives, and living away from the familiar sounds and noises of your homes and apartments. A whole new world of sounds and noises awaits you...
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Believe it or not, Sony now has manufactured seven different versions of the RX100, and all but one are still available for purchase. After six years of development, we decided to take a close look at the differences and changes introduced in each generation, both to illustrate the evolution of Sony’s perfect pocket camera and to help you figure out which is the best choice for your bag. Series...
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Headed back to school and looking for some portable inspiration to capture and produce your musical musings? Look no further as we explore what B&H has to offer. Whether you are looking to record to your computer and iOS devices, or you need an ultra-portable music production station, synthesizer or drum machine, check out this list of “must have” gear that won’t break the bank. Audio...
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Think you’re good at video games and not just all talk? Well, if you can walk the walk, then there might be money in it for you. Many colleges now are adding eSports to their list of activities and are even awarding scholarships if you happen to excel in said games. While not everyone ends up as a pro in the scene, shaving off a couple of thousand tuition dollars by doing something you already...
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I’m not sure about the rest of you, but I have absolutely no idea where summer went. I haven’t been to the beach yet and it is already August. For us working stiffs, August signifies the approaching end of summer and little else, but for all you studious folk out there, it’s time to start prepping to return to the halls of higher education. For better or for worse, you’ve also decided to be a...
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Say you’re a musician traveling on the road, or a producer—somebody who likes to make music from a laptop-based studio. You camp out at a hotel and program what you need to program, or mix what you need to mix. Eventually, you’ll run into problems. The files you’re working on will require more space than your laptop allows. Or, you’ll run a lot of samples and virtual instruments, both of which...
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It’s safe to say that in today’s predominantly digital world, memory cards have overtaken film as the primary recording media for consumer and professional photo and video use. Just as analog cameras were designed to work with a specific film format, such as 35mm or 120 roll film, or large-format sheet film, digital cameras are likewise built to work with one or two specific memory card formats....
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