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Why I Switched from Sony to Canon for Video

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Choosing the right camera can be one of the hardest decisions you will make and possibly one of the most expensive one too. In the last 3 years, I’ve gone through over 10 different cameras before finally being happy and content with what I have now. The competition is fierce ...

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Lensrentals and LensProToGo Merge to Form Camera Rental Juggernaut

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Popular photography rental companies Lensrentals and LensProToGo announced today that they are merging to form the “strongest photo and video equipment rental company in the US.” The two brands will continue to operate under their original names but will have increased resources moving forward. The brands have a combined total ...

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This 32-Inch Philips Display with 99% Adobe RGB and HDR is Only $500

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Philips has announced a new 32-inch professional monitor with HDR and 99% Adobe RGB coverage: the Philips Brilliance QHD LCD P-line 328P6AUBREB. The best part: this high-end monitor will only cost around $500. With USB-C docking for “simplicity and single cable docking,” this monitor is designed for professionals who demand ...

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Instagram Fights Wildlife Exploitation with New Hashtag Warnings

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Instagram is now waging war against wildlife exploitation. The photo sharing service has introduced new pop-up warnings that will appear when searching for hashtags commonly used to share images of animal exploration and abuse. Instagram worked with a number of conservation organizations, including the World Wildlife Fund, TRAFFIC, and World ...

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Google Trends Expands to Include Image Search Trends

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You can now research the popularity of what photographers are searching for through the Google Images search engine. Google Trends has expanded to include more “lenses”, and one of those is Images. “We’re opening up more data to show what people in the world are looking for, as they’re looking ...

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How to Revive a ‘Dead’ Rechargeable Battery in 30 Seconds

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Have a rechargeable battery that won’t recharge properly? Before throwing it out, there’s something you should try. Here’s a 2-minute video by Lensvid that will teach you one technique for reviving “dead” rechargeable AA and AAA batteries. Photographers often make use of rechargeable AA or AAA batteries (in equipment like flashes ...

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