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Why has the Fuji X100V Grabbed the Attention of Millions?

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Released in early 2020, the Fujifilm X100V was the latest iteration of their X100 line, and is known to be a tried and true rangefinder-esque walkaround camera that didn’t cost the prices of something from Leica or other competitors. However, over the last few weeks, the Fujifilm X100V has become one of the most desired […]

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Comparing Studio Strobes and Constant Lighting for Photography

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A common question when bringing off-camera flash to your repertoire is whether you should invest in studio strobes, or if you should be using consistent lighting for your photography work. If this were ten years ago, I’d say to invest in strobes, and this advice would look more like a tweet than an actual article. […]

Front Element Scratches

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How Front Element Scratches Affect Your Images

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We have a lot of gear in our inventory, which means we also have a lot of broken gear in the middle of repairs. When it comes to lenses, one thing we see a lot in the repair department is front element scratches. And that makes sense, when a lens is mounted, it’s the single […]

Short Film Contest Winner

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Short Film Contest Winner Gongoli Arrives Just in Time for Halloween

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At the start of this year, we announced our first-ever Short Film Pitch Contest. We encouraged videographers everywhere to send us their pitch deck for a movie they wanted to create, and we’d give one lucky winner a $5,000 prize package to make their film aspirations a reality. We had several incredibly well-thought-out pitches sent […]

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How to Quickly Ruin Your Camera and Lens

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Typically, this blog stands on the idea of “Please protect your gear, and if it’s our gear you’re renting from us, please absolutely protect the gear”. However, mistakes happen, and things break. When you have an inventory as large and diverse as ours, that reality happens way more than we’d care to admit. So after […]

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