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Most Rented New Photo & Video Products of 2021

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We have a habit at the end of the year here at Lenrentals.com. Each year, we compile all of our end-of-the-year data and share with you the best-rented products for the year. Being among the largest rental houses in the world, we really think that this information can be a great tool to measure industry metrics and see where both the video and photography markets are trending for the upcoming years.

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The Lensrentals Podcast Episode #51 – Ask Lensrentals: Time Limits, Thicc Primes, and Third Party Lenses

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Welcome back to one of our favorite types of episodes where we’re answering more of your questions about all things relating to photography and cinematography. Ryan is joined by Joey, who will be answering photo questions and for all things video we’ve got one of our video producers here too, Dom is back! We’ll cover everything from the history of Lensrentals, to why it’s so hard to find a decent video camera that shoots decent stills.

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The Lensrentals Podcast Episode #49 – What is Nightscape Photography? With Matthew Saville

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Ryan and Joey are joined by nightscape photographer Matthew Saville today. Nightscape photography is the art of shooting landscapes at night with particular emphasis on stars. It’s separate from the more scientific astrophotography but shares many of the same challenges such as extremely low light, and very long exposure times. Optically it’s one of the most demanding types of photography imaginable. Just about any flaw in a lens is going to be more noticeable when shooting nightscapes so we’ll be covering Matthew’s go-to gear, how he decides what to take on a shoot, and his favorite techniques for capturing nightcaps.

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