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In a recent podcast conversation, I was able to talk to the fellas over at LensRentals.com.  With their warehouse being full of every type of photography and videography gear, I was curious to know what camera is flying off the shelves in their warehouse.  And their answer might or might not be shocking to some.  Not […]

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I got my hands on the new Nikon DF and let’s be honest, it’s an adorably attractive camera body.  My love of all things retro sparked some interest in this new DSLR with FX sensor.  I watched a few videos and reviews mocking the design and calling it a “marketing scheme” or desperate attempt on […]

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As photographers, we are always scoping out good camera straps and when you are around other photographers. It’s a topic that usually comes up especially if someone has a decent strap they are sporting. A good camera strap can make having your camera on your body a much more comfortable experience. Camera straps have come […]

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Editor’s Note:  This is a guest post from Eduardo Angel, filmmaker and educator. The friendly waiter at the Turkish restaurant in Sohar, Oman, saw the camera on the table and asked “Nikon? Canon? Which one is better?” To which I replied, “actually, this is a Panasonic GH3.” He stared at me, and his expression turned from excited […]

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Guest post by: Ara Roselani Follow Ara on Twitter —- The Cotton Carrier is a nifty strap system allowing photographers and videographers to secure their camera bodies to their chest and waist.  Its quick-release system makes grabbing your primary or backup body fast, while keeping even heavy cameras secure when not in use.  It’s easy […]

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I got my hands on a Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW II. This has long been a favorite of nature, wildlife and sports shooters who want a safe, comfortable, easy way to get their long glass out into the field. The Lens Trekker 600 AW II has interior dimensions of 9.1W X 8.5D X 24H […]

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