Shawn C. Steiner

Shawn C. Steiner is currently the Sr. Manager of Web Content for B&H. 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.

Latest Articles

2 weeks ago
With firmware version 2.0 out, the Sony FX3, a compact cinema camera, now has all the capabilities required for the…
2 weeks ago
Netflix is the streaming service. Many others have challenged it and many are doing well. Still, no one compares to the size of Netflix, or comes close in terms of outputting original content. As such, the camera technology decisions they make matter if you want to get a strong deal with the streaming giant for the new film or television series you’re shooting. “Netflix approved” means that…
1 month ago
Coming quickly after the expansion of the R Series to include some APS-C cameras, Canon is again here with some new products—a pair of mid-range full-frame wide-angle lenses. The two lenses are the RF 24mm f/1.8 Macro IS STM and the…
1 month ago
At CES 2020, Canon demonstrated the concept of a portable PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) camera with built-in AI for automatically capturing everyday moments. Now, after a few years of development, Canon's concept has become a real product known as the PowerShot PICK. It is exactly what it originally set…
2 months ago
Wedding season is upon us! Whether you are a wedding photographer, videographer, or the one getting married, the question of livestreaming the event has probably come up. Keeping in touch with distant relatives via video calls is now much easier and sometimes you want to invite people to the big day who just can’t make the trip. If you want to learn how to livestream a wedding using Sony cameras…
2 months ago
Canon is expanding its EOS R Series of mirrorless cameras with the introduction of two APS-C models: the R7 and R10. This is a notable announcement, since these are the first APS-C cameras are…
3 months ago
Over the course of six years, Sony’s G Master lineup has offered some of the best lenses in the business—and yet Sony still pushes itself to get even better. With the release of the FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM II, it’s easy to see Sony’s drive to improve in action based on all the upgrades made to one of its…
3 months ago
The cloud is looking like the big winner of 2022, with many companies announcing new tools and solutions to help bring the cloud down to earth. Blackmagic is making one of the biggest splashes here with its DaVinci Resolve 18, offering Cloud Collaboration and a variety of…
3 months ago
Keeping up with the demands of modern digital cinema cameras with hefty recording formats, Lexar has just unveiled its DIAMOND Series CFexpress Type B cards—claiming to be the world’s fastest—and brand-new GOLD Series CFexpress Type A cards. These will be perfect for advanced 8K, 6K, and 4K raw workflows. DIAMOND Series CFexpress Type B card CFexpress Type B took over for professional…
4 months ago
A funny thing happened at the end of Apple’s Mac Studio event. Instead of announcing new models of the 27" iMac and Mac Pro—which is what we were all expecting—Apple announced a new Mac Pro, and that was it. What happened to the 27" iMac? Well, not only was there no new model, but Apple discontinued the existing generation and removed it from its online store. The unexpected move sent a clear…
4 months ago
After a lengthy wait, Sony unveiled the a7S III, satiating years of desire for an upgraded king of mirrorless video. The release itself wasn’t so much of a shocker, even if the specs were top notch—perhaps even beyond expectations. However, the…
4 months ago
I solemnly swear that I am up to no good. Wait, no, that’s for something else…. Here we go! The actual pledge is, “I solemnly swear to back up my important documents and precious memories on March 31.” That is the pledge for World Backup Day (www.worldbackupday.com), an organization whose goal is to make sure your personal data is safe. It is a noble…
4 months ago
Everyone should be securing their data. While you may not have to worry about that movie you downloaded from iTunes, you likely have some more sensitive data you would like to protect in a digital vault. And then you still might want to toss that into a real, physical safe. The constant threat has brought secure portable hard drives to the forefront and it seems companies are coming out with more…
7 months ago
Projectors were never on my radar for a home theater setup. I’ve always trusted TVs and similar displays—most recently an OLED panel that I love. However, for a truly immersive large-screen experience, projectors are far more reasonable, and the Hisense L9G Laser TV seems like a…