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Many video editors I know rely on a MacBook Pro as their personal, everyday machine, and many video editors I know also have been wanting a lot more from the MacBook Pro over the past few years. We finally received some superior power with the most recent release, but...
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The MacBook Pro has long been the standard, go-to laptop for working photographers. It combines the power we need along with the portability to bring on location or along while traveling. It’s the perfect combination that just got even better with the recent release of the new, late 2019...
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Apple’s new 16-inch MacBook Pro has been out for a little over a month, and overall the reviews have been pretty stellar. With a bigger screen, better speakers, faster processor, and much-ballyhooed keyboard, it seems like a surefire winner for professionals and creatives of every stripe. But...
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Speaking as a photographer who learned the craft of black-and-white photography using a 4 x 5" field camera and Tri-X film, I know a good black-and-white photograph when I see one. After spending an afternoon wandering about New York’s Chelsea Market and the elevated High Line with the new...
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The Luxli Taiko is a 2 x 1 RGBAW LED soft light, ideal for use on location, in the studio, or mounted in a grid. This well-made fixture is suitable as a key light for documentary interviews in almost any exterior or interior location, and, with its color control and effects modes, it can...
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I am in a year-long quest to find the right camera/lens combination that will give me a wide-angle (24mm, 28mm, or 35mm equivalent) fixed focal length setup for everyday carry and general street photography. I have been experimenting with small form factor mirrorless and point-and-shoot cameras such as the...
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The Manfrotto Nitrotech 612 Head supports cameras and rigs weighing from 8.8 to 26.4 pounds and replaces Manfrotto’s N12, while the...
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Doug takes the Canon 1DX Mark III DSLR Camera out for a spin, showing you that "this camera is all about speed." Featuring a 20.1MP sensor with a newly designed low pass filter and a 191-point Dual Pixel CMOS AF system that prioritizes people. The 1DXIII can shoot up to 20 fps in Live View with AF/AE...
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AB and Jake give you their first impressions on the Zoom LiveTrak L-8. This battery-powered podcast mixer was made for the on-the-go podcaster. Stick around until the end to see where they take this product!...
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NEC makes great displays, so when the company releases a brand-new, professional-grade panel, it is absolutely worth taking a deeper look. Recently made available for purchase is the MultiSync PA311D, a 31.1" 4K HDR screen with outstanding color fidelity. It is a high-quality 10-bit IPS...
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People these days love to throw around the phrase “It is what it is.” In some circles, this phrase signifies a weary defeatism, as if to say nothing could be done about a certain situation. In other instances, it adds a sense of complacency that cannot be overcome, as if saying, “I know the service here is terrible, but it is what it is.” It’s an updated colloquialism of “You get what you paid...
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The first thing you should know about the new Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 is that it’s probably the most powerful pen tablet on the market. Wacom calls it a “pen computer,” which might be more apt, considering the MobileStudio Pro functions as a stand-alone Windows 10 device. But whatever...
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I'm a big fan of smaller, lighter camera gear, so when Tamron announced a trio of lightweight, compact prime wide-angle lenses for Sony E-mount cameras, I took notice. Included in the lineup are the 35mm f/2.8 Di III OSD M 1:2 and...
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There are few names in the music world that carry such weight and history as Marshall. If you’ve listened to any rock and roll music from the last 40 years or so, you’ve heard what this guitar amplifier and cabinet maker is known for. Marshall amplifiers have shaped the sound of many people’s youth, and if my current trajectory holds, my impending mid-life crisis. As if serving musicians and...
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When Oculus first started out as a company, three years before debuting the Oculus Rift S, founder Palmer Lucky had a vision that virtual reality (VR) was headed for integrated mainstream fame. To that end, he Kickstarted the Oculus Rift, one of the first head-mounted displays for VR. His...
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