Apple’s Thunderbolt Display was discontinued in 2016, and we haven’t seen anything quite like it since.
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I recently shot some cooking tutorials. They were budget-friendly, easy to follow, and there were 50 of them. Here’s how we did it.
We're year into working from home, and staying productive is proving difficult. One service has helped me more than anything else.
Having a stressful week? Just want to gawk at gear? These videos will push your ASMR buttons and might actually be interesting.
Insta360 has just debuted their latest action cam, just in time for the warm weather coming up. Is it worth upgrading?
Insta360 brings its staple 360 camera into 2021, and it’s a joy to use.
Among a slew of great updates to their ONE R camera, this is my favorite.
Camera cages aren’t just for filmmakers, and now that prices have come down, is it worth considering?
Insta360 is looking to change how we view action cameras, but can they compete?
I love Creative Cloud’s constant updates, but I’m not sure this tweak will prove popular.
LensRentals has found themselves in a unique position recently. Their warehouse is full of gear, and they have the time to test it.
The way we shoot is often a fashion trend. Make sure you’re creating original ideas, rather than following a cliche.
I had considered writing an article to advertise this auction, and now I’m so glad I didn’t.
The holidays are over, you’ve spent all your money. How can you save money on a birthday or Valentine’s gift?
From tripods to flashes, and everything in between.
Is Canon still the top dog, and has anybody bought new mirrorless glass?
Did anybody purchase an old school DSLR this year? Could the iPhone 11 have affected camera sales?
Insta360’s ONE X has been a huge success for them; however, in the wake of the GoPro Hero 8, it’s about time they meet new demands. The GoPro Hero 8 and GoPro MAX 360 cameras are the flagships to beat: Insta360 is trying to take on both at once, for the same price as one.
Recently Caleb Pike demonstrated an old trick with new tech, and it’s eye opening how much lighting one can cram into a tiny space these days.
The GH5 was a huge success for Panasonic and consumers, but the stakes are much higher now. What will prevent Panasonic from being overtaken?