Five reasons why you might want to get a Komodo 6K cinema camera


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The RED Komodo 6K cameras are still so new that there isn’t even an official page for them on the RED website yet. But the cameras have now started to ship to a few lucky people. Filmmaker Joey Helms has received his white “Storm trooper edition” RED Komodo and in this video, he walks us […]

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WATCH: A Conversation with Adventure Photographers Eliza Earle and Ted Hesser


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Scaling mountains, hiking treacherous trails and making it to the top of slippery summits often comes with the territory when you’re an adventure photographer. Luckily, Eliza Earle and Ted Hesser wouldn’t have it any other way. Last week we sat down with Eliza and Ted to hear the stories behind some of their favorite shots,…

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This is why you don’t buy a cheap power bank


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If you use power banks to charge your phone or other gear on the go pay attention. If the price sounds too good to be true: it probably is. A cheap power bank may explode and cause a serious disaster – and this is just what happened to a man in China recently. While riding […]

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What Can You Actually Do With the Cheapest Camera on Amazon?


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What Can You Actually Do With the Cheapest Camera on Amazon?

No doubt, camera equipment can be quite expensive, particularly if you want the best of the best. But what if you go to the other extreme, using the cheapest possible equipment you can find? This fun video follows a photographer as he goes on a shoot with the cheapest camera he was able to purchase on Amazon.

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A Review of the Fujifilm XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR Lens


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A Review of the Fujifilm XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR Lens

Tons of professionals regularly rely on 70-200mm f/2.8 lenses for a wide range of purposes. Fuji shooters have the option of the XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR, and this excellent video review shows what you can expect from it in practice.

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Add More Power to Your Current Computer: Fstoppers Reviews the Razer Core X eGPU


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Add More Power to Your Current Computer: Fstoppers Reviews the Razer Core X eGPU

Tons of creatives work on laptops, the Achilles’ heel of which is often the GPU. For anyone who wants to improve their performance without investing in an entirely new machine, an external GPU could be the answer.

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Should You Use the DS or Non-DS Version of the Canon 85mm Lens?


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Should You Use the DS or Non-DS Version of the Canon 85mm Lens?

No doubt, Canon’s RF lenses are some of the best on the market, with their 85mm f/1.2L sitting near the top in terms of image quality. However, that lens comes in two options, and you might be wondering which version is right for you, the DS or non-DS version. This excellent video review shows the differences between the two to help you decide which is right for you.

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How I got the photo: The Car Forest night photo


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I wanted a vivid, bold composition of a subject that had been photographed a fair amount by other night photographers. This was photographed at a desert art installation known as the International Car Forest of the Last Church outside Goldfield, NV, a field of old cars that are wildly painted and jammed into the ground […]

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Breaking: Leica Officially Stop Using ‘Master’ and ‘Slave’ Terms


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Breaking: Leica Officially Stop Using 'Master' and 'Slave' Terms

In the past month, I’ve been reporting on the various camera brands that have been dropping the “master” and “slave” terms since the huge Black Lives Matter movement that surged after George Floyd’s death. I can now confirm Leica is also dropping the terms.

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You can now get rid of your old camera and get a new Nikon Z5 and a $100 bonus


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The Nikon Z5 was recently announced, and it seems like a pretty impressive entry-level mirrorless camera. If you’d like to get one, you can also use the chance and get rid of your old camera. Nikon is now offering a deal that lets you trade in any working camera for a brand new Z5. This […]

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A Canon R5 and R6 Review: Good Cameras, Terrible Marketing


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A Canon R5 and R6 Review: Good Cameras, Terrible Marketing

There have been few camera releases rife with more discussion than the two new Canon mirrorless bodies, but there’s a discussion to be had that isn’t about overheating issues per se.

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New Olympus 100-400mm f/5-6.3 IS lens offer you up to 1600mm equivalent focal length


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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm f/5-6.3 IS is a newly announced lens from Olympus. If you’re looking for a super-zoom lens for, say, wildlife or sports, looks like this one could be the right choice. Since it’s compatible with Olympus’ 1.4x and 2x teleconverters, you can get up to 1600mm equivalent focal length with this […]

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Tamron officially announces 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 lens for Sony E-mount, but only its development


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After the initially leaked image and specs, Tamron has now officially announced the new zoom lens for Sony E-mount. The Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD is in the works, but it looks like we won’t have it in our hands for a while longer, as the company has only announced the development of the […]

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Olympus Announces the New OM-D E-M10 Mark IV Camera and 100-400mm Lens


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Olympus Announces the New OM-D E-M10 Mark IV Camera and 100-400mm Lens

Olympus has announced two new products today: the OM-D E-M10 Mark IV camera and the M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS lens.

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Tamron Announces the 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Lens for Sony Full-Frame Cameras


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Tamron Announces the 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Lens for Sony Full-Frame Cameras

Building on its reputation for creating high-quality, affordable lenses for Sony full-frame cameras, Tamron has just announced the development of a new telephoto zoom lens: the 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD.

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A Review of the Canon EOS R5 for Stills Photography


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A Review of the Canon EOS R5 for Stills Photography

The Canon EOS R5 has finally hit the market, and it brings with a wide range of incredible video features, but in addition to those, it is a highly capable stills camera. If you are looking at the EOS R5 for its stills features, this great video review will show you what you can expect from it.

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The Streaming Box for Photographers: Fstoppers Reviews the Nvidia Shield TV Pro


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The Streaming Box for Photographers: Fstoppers Reviews the Nvidia Shield TV Pro

Photographers care more about image quality than the average person, and given the current situation, many of us are streaming more content than ever. That’s why the Nvidia Shield TV Pro caught my attention, as it offers some impressive features and controls that should please even those with the highest standards.

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This deep dive video into stabilisation is everything you ever wanted to know about OIS or IBIS


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Image stabilisation is always a hot topic when it comes to cameras. Every time a new camera comes out, people are concerned about how many stops of compensation it can provide, or if it even has built-in stabilisation at all. But how does it all work? Dave Etchells of Imaging Resource wanted to take a […]

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TTartisan Announces New Limited Edition, 24K Gold-Plated Lens for Leica


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TTartisan Announces New Limited Edition, 24K Gold-Plated Lens for Leica

A new, limited edition lens has been announced by TTartisan that is gold plated in a “24K Gold Skin.” A total of just 200 pieces of the super-rare design will be available.

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Shape Camera Bag Review


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A good camera bag feels like a natural extension of your on-set workflow and a bad camera bag feels like it’s fighting you every step of the way and has a price tag that doesn’t match reality. I’m sure most of us have had experiences with both sides of that particular coin and when Shape announced their new relatively affordable camera bag my interest was immediately piqued. Could the Shape camera bag be the one camera bag to rule them all? Let’s find out. 

Occasionally I’ve found myself focusing too much on the flashier high dollar cinema products and

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