John-Paul Palescandolo

John-Paul Palescandolo

John-Paul Palescandolo writes for B&H’s computer team but is also a freelance photographer, videographer, and filmmaker. While he has embraced digital technology, he still enjoys shooting with film and developing black-and-white emulsions at home. He maintains a photoblog at willscarlett.aminus3.com and has also fostered some unique animals over the years, including baby raccoons.

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Designed for content creators who prefer to travel without a laptop, the GNARBOX 2.0 SSD 1TB Rugged Backup Device offers 256GB, 512GB, or...
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Seagate has welcomed the onset of fall with the release of a few new portable storage options that are suitable for work and play. Built with the form factor of a credit card, the company’s One Touch USB 3.0 External SSD gives you 400 MB/s of bandwidth, which is...
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Delkin Devices’ Juggler USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C Cinema SSD is a great new storage medium for demanding cinema-quality footage, including 12-bit Blackmagic RAW 4K DCI at 60 fps. Available in capacities of 1TB and 2TB, this SSD uses a 10 Gb/s USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C interface and provides read...
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To help mobile shooters improve and add some unique qualities to their shots, Profoto has released the brand-new C1 and C1 Plus, a couple of compact, portable lights that will help take mobile images to new dimensions...
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Take advantage of ATTO’s ThunderLink NS 3252, an external Thunderbolt™ 3 to 25 Gigabit Ethernet adapter that connects laptops and workstations with Thunderbolt™ 3 to 25 Gb/s networks and storage devices. This helps provide maximum throughput and high-bandwidth network connectivity...
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LaCie’s new lineup of Rugged and Rugged PRO portable SSDs are designed for filmmakers, photographers, and media professionals who need to remain mobile while...
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I’m not sure about the rest of you, but I have absolutely no idea where summer went. I haven’t been to the beach yet and it is already August. For us working stiffs, August signifies the approaching end of summer and little else, but for all you studious folk out there, it’s time to start prepping to return to the halls of higher education. For better or for worse, you’ve also decided to be a...
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It’s safe to say that in today’s predominantly digital world, memory cards have overtaken film as the primary recording media for consumer and professional photo and video use. Just as analog cameras were designed to work with a specific film format, such as 35mm or 120 roll film, or large-format sheet film, digital cameras are likewise built to work with one or two specific memory card formats....
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When it comes time to build a computer, populate a RAID or NAS array, replace a corrupted drive, or expand your system’s current storage capacity, the sheer quantity of drive options can be daunting. I’m not talking just about storage capacity, but also form factor, interface, and more. While you could just haphazardly buy something and hope for the best, there are certain drives that are better...
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While working from home or on the road, have you ever looked at your computer or bag o’ gear and thought to yourself “I wish I had more wired peripherals and cords in order to create even more of a tangled mess?” Neither have I. In fact, aside from endeavoring to keep a neat and tidy workspace and a well-organized travel bag, I’m always looking for ways to further reduce clutter and travel more...
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There’s something magical about starting up a new computer for the first time. As it efficiently whirs along and quickly gets you to the setup screen, you probably can’t help but notice how fast everything works. That is, until one day, when your user login takes 10 minutes, with another 5 minutes before the application you selected loads. From there on out, everything is very slow and laggy, and...
Run Windows on macOS Catalina with Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac
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Optimized and ready for the forthcoming macOS Catalina, Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac is available as a downloadable Pro Edition, with the choice of a volume or...
Classic Cameras: The Kodak Medalist II
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First created in the early 1940s, the Kodak Medalist is a medium-format rangefinder that captures eight 6 x 9 cm exposures using 620 film. Weighing slightly more than 3 pounds, its rugged and durable tank-like build made it an attractive option for the US and British armed forces, and it saw extensive use during World War II. This version was the Medalist I and, in 1947, an improved version, the...
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When it comes to selecting a RAID array, there are a lot of options to sift through. Depending on your needs, you’ll need to decide on the number of bays, the amount of pre-installed storage, and the type of connectivity. For users whose requirements are less intensive, consider the LaCie 2big...
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Are you tired of carrying around your dedicated, handheld light and/or color meter? If you’re looking to lighten your load by shedding some gear, while also retaining functionality, the Lumu Power 2 Light Meter combines light and color measurements into a small, handheld, and portable unit that...
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