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Canon EOS R Mirrorless full-Frame Digital Camera In focus.

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Canon EOS R Mirrorless full-Frame Digital Camera In focus.

Bigger, Faster, Slicker… WOW! Canon has officially unveiled the new EOS R, the company’s first full-frame mirrorless competitor.  This top of the line camera boasts many technological advancements as it’s going head on to compete with Nikon’s Z series. The Canon EOS R features Canon’s brand new RF lens mount, which Canon says is “revolutionary.”  The RF mount uses 12 electrical contacts for the fastest-ever communication between the camera bodies and lenses. So what does that mean?   Well, technically speaking the autofocus system of the camera has a maximum of 5,655 AF points using Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF...

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4K blu ray vs streaming movies: Are discs still relevant today?

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4K blu ray vs streaming movies: Are discs still relevant today?

Streaming may be in but Blu-ray is still king!Well, the facts are in, and the verdict is: Yes, Blu-Ray is better than DVDs. It's better than streaming, too, providing cleaner, crisper imaging, more room for movie "extras," and overall a much-improved movie-viewing experience.When it comes to picture and sound quality, even the best streaming lags behind physical media. Slowly but surely, streaming services are improving the quality of their video streams, with the likes of iTunes, Hulu, Netflix and others all offering video-on-demand titles at a 1080p resolution which is found on most standard Blu--ray players. But wait for it…...

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Mini, Mobile, And Instant. These Pocket-Size Smartphone Photo Printers Are The Latest Craze

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Mini, Mobile, And Instant. These Pocket-Size Smartphone Photo Printers Are The Latest Craze

  Big News, Little Package Even though we are living in a digital world - especially when it comes to photos,  (think Facebook and Instagram uploads) physical photos in either frames or albums still have their place on walls, coffee tables and in our hearts. But with more and more people relying on their phones instead of laptops or desktops as their means of “connectivity”, the home printer is becoming less common and in some ways obsolete.  We are used to everything being so compact and mobile. My phone, acts as not just my phone, but a camera for photos...

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Serve Up Winners With These Tennis Photo Tips

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Serve Up Winners With These Tennis Photo Tips

This week the US Open tennis tournament kicked off it’s 50th anniversary by setting an all-time single-day attendance record of 67,832 people.   The sports biggest stars are Stateside and the fans are buzzing with excitement.     Whether trying to capture a pro event or a match on your local park’s courts, here are some tips from the experts on how to best photograph tennis!   Location   First off, know and locate the sun!  Is the sun straight overhead, is it early morning or late afternoon?  Locating the sun is important because if its positioned in a certain way,...

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FOCUSING ON THE RIGHT LENS

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FOCUSING ON THE RIGHT LENS

In any kind of photography, using the right lens is crucial for achieving the perfect shot.     WHY, YOU MAY ASK?   Because the lenses, and not the cameras themselves, achieve most in making great pictures.   When you’re out and about trying to capture memories with your DSLR, you don’t want to feel like a golf caddy schlepping around tons of equipment.   SO, HOW DO I KNOW WHICH LENSES TO GET?   With the many options and styles out there, here’s a quick guide for must-have lenses to keep things light and fun while allowing you to maximize...

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