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by BH Online Videos · Posted 01/31/2014
In the following video, Larry Becker, of Kelby Meida, discusses the Canon PowerShot G16 digital camera and presents an overview of some its most notable features and specifications. Becker explores the core technologies and highlights some of the improvements over its predecessor, the PowerShot G15 digital camera. Sensor performance, its built-in 5x optical zoom lens, and different shooting modes are covered, as well as the refined
10,623 Views· Posted 01/29/2014
Canon's Powershot G16 is loaded with consumer and pro features, a fast zoom lens with a good range and fast f-stop, and lots of automation as well as programmability.
6,654 Views· Posted 01/28/2014
The Olympus OM-D E-M1 is a top of the line micro 4/3rds camera with a complete collection of automated features for novices and pro shooting modes and customizability for pros.
by BH Online Videos · Posted 01/27/2014
In the following video, Mia McCormick, of Kelby Media, discusses the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 digital camera and presents an in-depth overview of its video-related assets. McCormick explores the camera's basic features, including its imaging and focusing capabilities, and then delves into how these core features translate to a well-rounded camera that is aptly suited to high-quality video recording. McCormick covers some of
by BH Online Videos · Posted 01/27/2014
In the following video, Larry Becker, from Kelby Media, reviews Nikon’s latest APS-C sized DSLR camera, the D5300. By adding a 24MP CMOS sensor and upgraded EXPEED 4 processing engine, the D5300 is capable of 5 fps continuous shooting and Full HD recording at 60 fps. Thanks to a 25600 maximum ISO, 39-point AF system, and no optical low-pass filter, Becker explains that this prosumer-level camera is capable of professional-caliber imaging performance. Along with the
9,032 Views· Posted 01/24/2014
The RX10 has a large sensor, manual controls and 24-200mm equivalent zoom lens. It looks and feels like a DSLR, but specialized functions and features make it a great choice for video.
29,414 Views· Posted 01/14/2014
Let's take a look at Sony's A7, a 24MP, full-frame mirrorless camera featuring a hybrid autofocus system, as well as the ability to use full-frame and APS-C E-mount lenses.
10,036 Views· Posted 01/07/2014
Nikon's enthusiast 24.2Mp camera has arguably the best image quality and low light performance with an APS-C sized sensor.
by Shawn C. Steiner · Posted 01/03/2014
Want a durable, yet beautiful print that you can show off to your friends? Aluminyze is the way to go. This service will print your images on a sheet of aluminum, giving you all of the advantages that go along with it. Besides the “cool” factor associated with having your photos printed on aluminum, there are huge benefits to the Aluminyze process. The most significant of these advantages is the durability. The dye-sublimation process infuses with a special coating on the aluminum to give it a long-lasting finish. Having had photos
269 Views· Posted 12/30/2013
Olympus came to the B&H Event Space to give an overview of the OM-D E-M1 digital camera and complete Micro 4/3s system. The EM-1 is the latest in a line of proven digital mirror-less cameras that is changing the way photographers approach their image
by BH Online Videos · Posted 12/17/2013
In the following video, Larry Becker, of Kelby Media, reviews the Nikon Df DSLR. He explores the camera’s fusion of high-performance digital capabilities, retro form factor, and control dials. The video also showcases the unique features of the Df and provides a few insights into how to get the most out of this wonderful new camera. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other
by BH Online Videos · Posted 12/16/2013
In the following video, Larry Becker, of Kelby Media, discusses several camera accessories that can enhance the functionality and handling of your point-and-shoot camera. Among the products mentioned, Becker highlights Flipbac’s stick-on camera grips and a waterproof camera case from DiCAPac. In addition to a
by Amanda Bellucco · Posted 12/03/2013
Creative minds love flexibility, and photographers are certainly no exception. Over time, both amateurs and professionals alike tend to amass an impressive collection of gear. What happens when you inevitably come across a beautiful lens that isn’t compatible with your camera system? An adapter can come to the rescue.Lens adapters are a fairly simple concept. A fitted, threaded ring allows you to attach the specific brand or type of lens you’d like to use on your camera body, connecting two otherwise incompatible units. This opens up an entire