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Unboxing Free-For-All ▶︎ Lighting, Stabilization, and Monitors! Oh My!

This is just one mass unboxing free-for-all… and there's a little bit for everyone. Looking for some LED lights? Take a look at the Aputure Amaran Tri-8s. Need a simple stabilizing tripod alternative for your camera? The Platypod Max just might be for you. Would an external monitor make your workflow easier? The “new kid on the block” PortKeys LH5T has a touch screen! Want to use your phone as a second (or third) camera? The Viewflex Video Kit VF-H6 Video Grip will get the job done!

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Apple September 2018 Keynote Event ▶︎ Post Show Reaction & Commentary

Apple's September 2018 Keynote presentation event came and went, and we had some fun during the show, (make sure you join us again this coming spring!). Apple Watch Series 4 is coming out, (right after I replaced mine… of course), as well as multiple versions of the iPhone X. This is my post-show (post-bio-break) takeaway from the September Keynote Event.

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Cheap (Selfie) Video Ring Light ▶︎ Can It Be Any Good?

There is a lot of junk on Amazon, and filtering through it all can be a fool's errand. So how about we grab some random inexpensive video product and see what it can do? This dimmable LED ring light is one such thing. It's white. It's orange. It's dimmable. It comes with a light stand and smartphone mount. But… is it any good? 

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Master Pedestal and Highlight Shadow

What is Master Pedestal, and should you change it? What about Highlight & Shadow? I'll show you something really interesting when working with waveforms, too!

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Budget “Speed Booster” Alternative?

Everyone knows about the Metabones Speed Boosters… but for those of us on a budget, that may be out of range. Does adapting full frame lenses have to be so expensive? Maybe not. Can this Pixco brand version do the same thing? 

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Platypod Plate Camera Support

Have you heard of the platypod plate? No, not the egg laying mammal, but the spike footed camera support! It's a very handy device for stabilizing your camera in the most unusual of situations, and I've got one to show you!

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Color Calibration with the Spyder5Pro featuring the BenQ SW320 Display

Is color calibrating your computer screen necessary? My answer probably isn't going to surprise you, because “it depends”. If you are doing anything in the world of “print”… then the answer is a resounding YES. If you're just in the world of displaying your work digitally, then it's really up to you and what your eyes prefer.

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