Garrett Gee

Garrett Gee is a contributor to Explora. He lives in the New York City area.

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3 years ago
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Reimagined for mobile devices, yet still faithful to original Polaroid OneStep, the OneStep+ from Polaroid Originals uses Bluetooth to provide mobile device compatibility that expands the creative potential of this instant camera. By installing the Polaroid Originals app on an...
4 years ago
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Set up your camera and enjoy the benefits of stability and creative flexibility with Vanguard’s new Alta Pro 2+ tripods and tripod kits. Each option can comfortably support a DSLR or mirrorless camera up to heights that are ideal for most subjects, from portraits to landscapes. For added versatility, each...
4 years ago
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This WPPI, Tamron has announced the 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD ultra-wide angle lens and the SP 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2 telephoto zoom lens. Photographers seeking to capture expansive landscapes, freeze sports action, or create portraits that render sharp subjects within pleasingly blurred backgrounds now have two exciting new options. Designed for use with...
5 years ago
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Fewer people than ever are buying digital point-and-shoot cameras, but there has never been a better time to get one! Lately, the camera of choice for the overwhelming majority of the world has been the one in everyone’s smartphones. And why not—they are fully bundled into a device you always carry anyway—taking up virtually no additional space and weighing so little, they’re barely there. With a...
5 years ago
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Helping to lead the way in strap technology, the new BlackRapid line of Breathe straps and accessories represent a range of tools to give photographers or binocular users flexibility and choice in the way they carry their gear into the field. Individually, each strap and strap accessory is designed for comfort while maximizing functionality...
5 years ago
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Micro Four Thirds users now have a powerful new option for photographing faraway and fast-moving subjects, and we at B&H are pleased to share the news. With the release of the Olympus...
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Inside current digital cameras, imaging sensors have gone beyond being the silicon and metal film analog for which they were initially conceived, and as they continue to gain capabilities at an ever faster rate, they offer a world of potential that far exceeds the black box with its lens and shutter—an enclosure whose fundamental design has not changed for nearly 200 years. One of the highlight...
6 years ago
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Maximize your creative potential while using your ultra-wide zoom and prime lenses with the LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Filter System Holder. Where other filter systems...
6 years ago
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When the digital camera revolution took hold at the turn of the century, the never-ending technological race among camera manufacturers sped up and, with no sign of that race ever slowing down, some runners dropped out; the order of who was leading and who was lagging changed in ways that surprised photographers everywhere. For some time, Sony’s place within that contest was widely perceived as...
6 years ago
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Although it is only one of many among Nikon’s currently available lenses, photographers across the photo spectrum will attest that the AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED lens not only provides opportunities to capture unique perspectives, but is one of Nikon’s most versatile options in its optics lineup. However, for any photographer who needs or prefers to apply filters while they shoot, the large,...
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The XF 16mm f/1.4 R WR is Fujifilm’s newest lens, bringing increased versatility and imaging potential to the X-Mount system with a 35mm format equivalent focal length of 24mm and a bright, f/1.4 maximum aperture, which is adjustable in 1/3 EV steps. Together, these features provide excellent light-gathering ability during dusk, nighttime, or indoor shooting situations, along with an expansive...
7 years ago
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Read a brief description of the Pentax K-S1 digital SLR.

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