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Most Popular Photography Products 2018

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Most Popular Photography and Videography Products of 2018

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Each year, we comb through our internal data and share some of the insight we’ve seen throughout the calendar year. As a company that rents out tens of thousands of pieces of gear each year, we think we have a pretty good idea of market trends and the most popular products within the fields of […]

Equipment

Review of the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera

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Canon has, at least in recent years, been a bit boring with their product announcements. Whereas Sigma is developing incredible lenses pushing what we once thought was once impossible, and Sony is adding focus points by the hundreds with each new announcement, Canon has just sort of coasted along, adding minor adjustments and tweaks with […]

Equipment

Biggest Product Announcements at Photokina 2018

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Since its introduction 1950, Photokina has taken the title as the largest trade show related to photography in the world. This biennially held trade show takes place every two years in Cologne, Germany and brings in nearly 200,000 people for each event. With it transitioning to an annual show starting next year, many have said […]

Customer Stories

Please, Don’t Take Our Photography and Video Gear to Burning Man

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Each year around this time, we’re faced with what we call a ‘doomsday’ event within the office; where dozens of our camera, lenses and other gear arrive back from rental orders, destroyed by the environment. And while our customer base is amazing, and often accept their repairs and replacement costs to the destroyed gear, each […]

Sigma 70mm f/2.8 Macro Art Series Reviewed

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Review of the Sigma 70mm f/2.8 Art Series Macro Lens

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I love my Canon 100mm f/2.8L Macro lens. Since I got it six months ago from Lens Authority (after renting it half a dozen times for projects), it hasn’t really left my camera body. Though like most macro lenses I’ve used, it’s a bit slow to focus, and can be a little fickle when using […]

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