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Review of the Inovativ Voyager 36″ EVO Production Cart

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Eventually, when working on set as a videographer or even photographer, you’ll be placed in a position where you’re deadly confident in your skills with the camera, and your confidence to get the job done will rely solely on your skills in time management and organization. No longer will you focus on whether you should […]

Nikon 120mm-300mm Teardown

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A Peek Inside the AF-S Nikkor 120-300mm f/2.8 FL ED SR VR

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We’ve wanted to look inside the Nikkor AF-S 120-300mm f/2.8 FL ED SR VR lens. When we took apart a Z lens recently, we found Nikon had moved on from their ‘classic’ internal optomechanical and electrical design for a neat, modern design. We were interested to see if newer F lenses would pick that up, or if they would […]

Canon RF 85mm f/1.2L DS Review

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Review of the Canon RF 85mm f/1.2L DS with Defocus Smoothing

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This past fall, we had listed our favorite gear for the year 2019, and I personally did something different. I listed the Canon RF 85mm f/1.2L DS and openly spoke about how I hadn’t even used it but was excited nonetheless of the new technology being put forth into the Canon RF series of lenses. […]

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First Impressions with the Fuji X-Pro3

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Fujis have always been the dark horse of the mirrorless camera realm, and it all began with the Fuji X100. A small, APS-C, non-interchangeable lens mirrorless camera that arguably took the digital camera world by storm. This camera got the ball rolling for Fuji. It had unique (for the time) retro styling, an excellent sensor, […]

Best New Photo Gear 2019

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Staff Picks of the Best New Photo and Video Products of 2019

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Last week, we shared some of our end of the year data for 2019, highlighting some of the many trends that are taking place in the photo and video industries. While I recommend you to look through the data presented in that article, some of the trends we saw were that the staple focal lenses […]

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