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Yongnuo Speedlite YN465 Unboxing

Yongnuo Speedlite YN465   Of course, everybody needs a flash for their DSLR right? Well, most everybody. So naturally, we went out to pick up one of these: the Yongnuo

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Nikon Sues Sigma For Vibration Reduction Lens Patent

  We all thought the photography world was all fine and dandy and everybody gets along pretty well. (Except maybe Canon and Nikon) Apparently, we’re were wrong. Nikon Corporation just

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Learn Photography With CameraSim–DSLR Simulator

Large aperture (small f number) will create a nice blurry background   Ever wanted to make that perfect shot of a kid smiling, or a sweet picture of a model

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Why You/I Need An 85mm f1.8 Lens

Canon 85mm 1.8 USM and Nikon 85mm 1.8D   Sometimes, fast, really does mean fast. Lenses with apertures below f2.0 are considered fast. They let in more light, and you

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Canon’s New 600D Vs. 60D–Which One Is Better?

Canon EOS 600D/T3i and the 60D   Now that Canon has included the Tilty Swivelly Screen (Articulating LCD) with its newly introduced Entry-Level 600D Camera, its gotten quite closer to

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Canon SX130 IS Review

Canon PowerShot SX130 IS Megazoom Camera   For blogging and as a portable day-to-day camera, I’ve recently been using a Canon PowerShot SX130 IS, which is the company’s newest compact

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CD-R King Tripod Quick Review (TM-3110A)

CD-R King is a company in the Philippines that sells cheap products that may or may not be copyright infringing at times. Well known for some shoddy build quality, but

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HTC Desire 720p FPS Trick

If you own an HTC Desire and updated it to Android 2.2 Froyo, you know that your phone can record 720p video, but it isn’t exactly perfect. The frame rate

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