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Show me a serious DSLR or mirrorless camera shooter and I’ll show you somebody who has a 70-200mm f/2.8 zoom lens tucked away in his or her camera bag. Paired with its wider-angle counterpart, the equally fast 24-70mm f/2.8...
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With Apple’s latest release to its ever-popular line of MacBook Pro notebooks, the tech giant has brought a new physical update to the 13.3" and 15.4" models, with the Touch Bar....

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In this B&H Photo Event Space video, Canon’s Rudy Winston offers an intensive hands-on tour of the new Canon EOS 5D Mk IV. Winston explains the various features and technologies found on the new camera, including the advantages of Dual Pixel RAW capabilities and 4K video capture. He also discusses how...
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Over the past few years, Sigma has been carving a spot in the camera lens pantheon while building a loyal (and outspoken) following of users looking for fast, sharp glass without breaking the bank. The evidence of Sigma’s ascent is noticeable in the way that its 2016 releases were anticipated and received. No longer an over-performing underdog, the shock has worn off and this manufacturer’s...
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Hasselblad has been the gold standard among studio, fashion, portrait, and landscape photographers since the original model 1000F was introduced in 1948. Though best known for its venerable square-format 500-series single lens reflex cameras (posthumously retitled Hasselblad V-series cameras), two Hasselblads have...
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Regardless of whether you are shooting with Olympus mirrorless digital cameras or Panasonic, one of the fantastic benefits of being a Micro Four Thirds shooter is that you can use top-of-the-line optics from either optical manufacturer (and any third-party Micro Four Thirds lens maker). Panasonic and Olympus work to equip their dedicated shooters with lenses that are second to none in terms of...
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Canon has just revealed a brand new PIXMA series all-in-one printer lineup that is stylish and able to produce high-quality documents and photographs, in stock now at B&H. These compact units offer printing, scanning, and copying, and are perfect for homes and small offices where space and looks are important...
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The holidays are just around the corner, and if you are still looking for something to get yourself, the Zeiss Loxia 85mm f/2.4 may have arrived at just the right time. We received the lens just as the festivities have begun, and since B&H is situated quite close to Bryant Park and...
by Joey Quintero
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For natural-light shooters, photography can be a little too much like fishing sometimes, i.e., a lot of waiting around. Because lighting is so important, photographers are always looking for that narrow window of time when the light is perfect, whether it’s sunset, the “Golden Hour,” or an overcast day when the light is soft and flattering. Of course, this approach tends to lead to a good deal of...

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The Moto Z family of smartphones accept MotoMods, modular accessories that magnetically snap onto the back of the phone and transform it into something new. In this video, we take a look at two high-end MotoMods. The Hasselblad True Zoom turns your device into a compact camera, and the Insta-Share projector lets you project...
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I’m fairly certain that if Peak Design’s founder, Peter Dering, and I met in a bar or a hostel while traveling, we would most certainly get along. Because I, too, have learned on my own trip around the world that “carrying a DSLR camera is a pain” in the keister. Although I’m currently grounded in New York City, my “every day” can involve anything from several hours in the office, a photography...
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Most photographers think of tripods when the subject of camera supports is raised. While tripods fill the bill in most situations, there are plenty of scenarios in which traditional tripods don’t cut the mustard. The following are 20 camera supports designed to secure your camera in place when working in situations or locales in which traditional tripods fall short. The...
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Just as full-frame DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have become the norm, and APS-C sensors are now considered a more compact option for enthusiasts, medium format is finally coming into view as a potential option for even the non-professional photographer. Medium format options are shrinking in size, becoming easier and less intimidating to use, and are more affordable than ever, compared to...
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If social media has taught us anything, it is that common political ground may be hard to find in this country, but common visual ground is as close as the nearest kitten. The release of Sigma’s much-anticipated 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art Lens presented the perfect opportunity to test its portrait-making...
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When introduced a few years ago, the Olympus OM-D E-M1 raised the bar in terms of what we should expect from a pro-quality Micro Four Thirds camera. It was solid, extremely well designed and engineered, and it performed as advertised. The new Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II shares all of these commendable...

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