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Hands-On Review: ASUS ZenFone 6
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Smartphones are starting to get cool again. Sure, you can say smartphones are already cool. What’s not awesome about powerful pocket-sized computers that can do almost anything? Thing is, we pretty much all have one. Slabs of glass and metal that can generally do the same stuff. Now, there’s the...
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Wouldn’t it be great if there were a smartphone that featured 4K HDR quality, multiple high-quality cameras, dual SIM cards, and a microSD slot, all on a 21:9 CinemaWide OLED display? Well, it’s already here—the new Sony Xperia 1, a mobile phone designed to take ultra-high-quality photos and...
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Commercial and editorial photographer Jeff Rojas takes the new Sony FE 35mm f/1.8 lens for a spin—it’s a piece of glass capable of shooting a wide array of styles, from landscape photography to portraits. If you’ve been looking for a lens that can capture great photos in diverse environments,...
Which Sony Xperia Phone is Right for You?
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Since its inception, the Sony Xperia line has been one of the most prolific smartphone series on the market. This year has proven to be no different, because Sony has announced four so far—yes, four—new Xperia phones. But which one is right for you? To help you graduate into an...
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Join B&H’s AB as he shows off the Zoom F6, a field recorder that can capture audio in 32-bit floating point. This 6-input, 14-track recorder gives you quiet preamps, a wide dynamic range, and virtually distortion-proof audio files. AB demonstrates the unit and also covers the easy-to-...
Upgrade Your iPad Pro with the Kanex iAdapt Multiport Hub
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At B&H, we are firmly on record as being big fans of the iPad Pro. I’ve even gone so far as to call it one of my favorite pieces of tech. However, like any tablet, the iPad Pro does have its...
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Another E3 has come and gone, and now that all the buzz about the latest and greatest games has gone with it, we’re left with the aftermath—what do we do now? We’ve seen the gorgeous graphics available for titles like Watch Dogs Legion and Gears 5, so many of us are now anticipating updating our rigs to handle the load. But there are a few of us (myself included) who enjoy the luxury of gaming on...
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2 weeks ago
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In this video, AB demonstrates Arturia’s latest offering, the MicroFreak keyboard, a powerful little addition to any musician’s inventory. Shot on location at Brooklyn’s Brown Note, a live-performance space with a Tsunami Bass System capable of reproducing bass down to 5 Hz, AB...
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Where do I begin with the Nikon F4? Is my love of this camera rooted in the fact that four is my favorite number? Is it because one of my favorite jet warplanes as a child was the McDonnel Douglas F-4 Phantom II? Or, is the fact that I just love the look of Giorgetto Giugiaro’s Italdesign bodywork? Is it because when I started out in photography with my...
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One of the first lenses I purchased after switching from DSLRs to mirrorless cameras was a Voigtländer COLOR-SKOPAR 21mm f/4 P, a manual-focus Leica M-mount lens that, dollar-for-dollar, is one of the smallest, lightest, and sharpest "pancake" ultra wide-angle lenses for full-frame...
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For as long as I can remember, the heavy chunk of black Bakelite and chrome nicknamed “The Brick,” was a staple on a shelf in my parents’ living room. Officially known as the Argus C3, this solid pointy-edged rangefinder is said to be one of the most popular cameras in history, selling about 2 million units during its extraordinary 27-year production run, from 1939 to 1966. While this camera...
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My Linhof Super Technika V is probably the camera I can least justify owning, but it’s probably also my most cherished camera. For me, it represents the type of camera I dreamt of owning, but thought I probably never would. The reason for this? It’s a luxurious camera. Akin to something like a Leica of large format, Linhof is a premium brand known for making the best of the best, having strong...
Classic Cameras: Olympus O-Product and dubble film Color Neg Film
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The Olympus O-Product is a perfect real-world example of the phrase ‘You can’t tell a book by its cover.” Designed and produced in 1988 by industrial designer Naoki Sakai of Water Design to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Olympus cameras, under its skin the all-aluminum, retro-styled Olympus O-Product was in fact a plain Jane Olympus Infinity Junior point-and-shoot camera. Produced in a...
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One of the reasons people have been rediscovering, or in some cases, first discovering the art and craft of film photography has to do with the analog experience that goes hand-in-hand with it. Few people will dispute the imaging abilities of modern digital cameras, nor can one poo-poo the imaging abilities of the latest smartphones. What is missing for many photography enthusiasts is the hands-...
Classic Cameras: Olympus Stylus Epic
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Printed on the back of the camera is “ULTRA COMPACT 35mm CAMERA,” which is an apt descriptor of the Olympus Stylus Epic. However, this certainly isn’t a fully fleshed-out description of what this camera is, what it can do, or how well-received this camera has been since it was introduced in 1997. Known outside of North America as the μ[mju:]-II (or just “mju-II”), the Stylus Epic could be...
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