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Video – Straight and Steady Elliot Stern / Brian Zwit Video, like every other kind of imaging, requires time and effort to learn. Memorable video is a lot harder to take than a memorable still image and it does not … Continue reading
ARE YOU VESTED? – THE LIGHT WEIGHT TROPICAL – VERY COMFORTABLE BIG POCKETS VEST FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS AND BIRDERS IN THE SUMMER It is summer time in Washington DC and it won’t be very long before the temperatures reach into the … Continue reading
First Test of Fuji 55-200 on XE1 body at 200 iso. Fuji 55-200mm 3.5 Zoom Lens First Very Quick Images | ELLIOT PAUL STERN.
One of the most popular and best selling video cameras is the Gopro Hero 3 series of cameras with the “black” model being the top of the line. The new models as well as the older models are extremely popular … Continue reading
THINK I get a lot of questions concerning camera gear and the accessories that are over abundant in every shape and form. The one accessory that I have found maddening over the years is camera bags. I have had just … Continue reading
Microfiber Cloths Are Great For Dusting Furniture But Not So Great For Cleaning Lenses Small microfiber cleaning cloths are commonly sold for cleaning lenses and other photographic equipment as well as computer screens and eyeglasses. They are promoted for cleaning … Continue reading
http://www.dpreview.com/previews/canon-eos-m DPREVIEW QUOTE The flip side of this, of course, is that the EOS M may not set pulses racing for enthusiast users looking for a more compact camera to use alongside their Canon SLRs (but then again, it’s not … Continue reading
The Nikon D4, the long-awaited successor to the Nikon D3, has started shipping and, as a Nikon Professional Service member, I was able to buy one last week. Wow! This is one SWEET camera. I love my Nikon D700 and … Continue reading
An ocean of ink and electrons has already been spilled over the positives and negatives of the Nikon D800 in comparison to the D700. Ultimately for me it isn’t about the technical details (particularly the megapixels) but image quality. Will … Continue reading