Shawn C. Steiner

Shawn C. Steiner

Shawn C. Steiner is a writer, photographer, and occassional filmmaker based in the greater New York City area. Before working at B&H, he studied both cinema and photography with a strong focus in photojournalism and documentary work. You can check out his Instagram, as well as most other social media accounts, @shawncsteiner to see more of his work.

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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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Artificial intelligence is creeping into every piece of technology you own. It’s in your phones, in your computers, and in your speakers, just to name a few. I guess it was inevitable that AI would come for your cameras, as well. Don’t worry—AI isn’t here to eliminate the photographer, it’s simply to make...
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Mirrorless technology allowed Hasselblad to usher in a lighter and more compact medium format system, with the X1D series of cameras. The company also developed some relatively compact lenses to pair with it. Now, Hasselblad wants to make something even more portable, with the launch of the XCD 45mm f/4 P...
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Imaging technology has a huge place at CES. Cameras are finding their way into all sorts of devices, from TVs, to smart speakers, to cars, and anything else you can imagine. Here at B&H, we want to focus on the true cameras at the show, because these are the tools photographers and filmmakers use. Canon Releases EOS-1D X Mark III and Shows Some Concepts Every four years, Canon reliably puts...
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Folding and flexible displays are now a reality. First it was phones and, now, the tech is coming to computers. Lenovo showed off an early version of a foldable PC last year, and currently the company has a product scheduled to launch later this year: the ThinkPad X1 Fold. We saw it and we like it. As someone who has...
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Data is a massive problem. It is a problem because our need for more and more storage on our various devices continues to grow as does our need to quickly share all this information with others. That is why companies such as Seagate call their products storage solutions, and their latest...
2 weeks ago
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Yes, the EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR is the major release from Canon’s imaging team at CES 2020. However, tucked away in the Canon booth is a section with multiple camera concepts that are interesting, unique, and sometimes make it into production. The...
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TCL is already known for stellar televisions. At CES 2020 the company is pushing out a lot more audio gear, including some exciting Bluetooth headphones and a premium soundbar. They sound great, use some interesting design ideas, and are going to be priced to be accessible to more people. ACTV200BT...
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Nikon came to CES with a boatload of new announcements, covering nearly every aspect of imaging. They have a new full-frame DSLR, a super telephoto zoom, a pro mirrorless zoom, and a superzoom point-and-shoot. The exact releases show off an impressive lineup, with the D780 DSLR being a nice upgrade, the...
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Every four years we get to see what type of flagship camera the big camera makers can create, and, right on schedule, we have Canon and its EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR. Previewed a few months...
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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...
1 month ago
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Ahh, it’s the holidays. Time for warm clothes, good food, and figuring out what to get your relative or friend who has an affinity for filmmaking. Looking at film and video equipment from the outside is confusing. It’s sometimes even confusing to those of us who make a living with film and video, so I can’t imagine what every-day folk are thinking. I’m also not saying that you shouldn’t get them...
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Today is a great day for Nikon Z6 and Z7 fans, because the latest firmware update has just dropped, and brings some important improvements to the full-frame mirrorless line....
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One of the most significant filmmaking innovations of the past decade has been the explosion of affordable drones with high-quality cameras. This has made it possible for nearly anyone to capture stunning aerial photos and video. The explosion in drones has been seen nearly everywhere, with YouTube...
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CFexpress is now a reality for many manufacturers, and the latest launch comes courtesy of Sony and its Type B TOUGH Memory Cards. Ultra-fast with read speeds up to 1700 MB/s and write speeds of 1480 MB/s, these cards are designed to handle the latest generation of video and stills cameras....
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