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Microsoft Takes on the iPad Pro with the New Surface Pro X

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During today’s Surface event, Microsoft unveiled a slew of gadgets, dual-screen concepts, and even a lighter operating system. But for photographers who have been eyeing the iPad Pro as a great way to take their work on the go, the most interesting product is the new Surface Pro X. The ...

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Fujifilm Unveils the Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer

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Fujifilm has announced the Instax Mini Link, a new portable printer that lets you turn your smartphone snaps into Instax Mini prints. The printer connects to smartphones via Bluetooth through the Instax Mini Link app, free for iOS and Google Play. Swiping up in the app transfers a photo for ...

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Dr. Seuss Goes After Photographer Over Grinch-Themed Photo Shoot

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If you’re a family photographer preparing for the holiday season, a word to the wise: don’t offer Grinch-themed photo shoots. After a photographer’s holiday photo shoot went viral—with coverage in People, TODAY, Pop Sugar and more—Dr. Seuss Enterprises purportedly went on the offensive, sending an aggressive cease and desist letter ...

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BenQ SW270C Photo Editing Monitor Review: Worth the Upgrade

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BenQ has finally launched the SW270C monitor, the successor to the best-selling 27-inch SW2700PT model, which has been a favorite among budget-conscious photographers. I had the pleasure to be one of the first European photographers to test the new SW270C, and made sure to properly put it through its paces ...

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The Sony a7R IV is Now Available, but You Shouldn’t Buy It

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The latest Sony flagship full-frame mirrorless camera is finally available (I say “latest” instead of just “the” because Sony insists they have at any given time up to three and sometimes four flagship cameras). And yet, I contend that a vast majority of those interested in the a7R IV shouldn’t ...

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