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NYC-based filmmaker Casey Neistat recently compared a $35 clip-on smartphone lens with a $7,000 DSLR (the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II to be precise) and superzoom lens. The results, to no one's surprise, were not in the smartphone lens' favor. However, Neistat expresses surprise at the (admittedly very minor) capabilities of the cheap lens, saying, "So, I very gently, very reluctantly, recommend this
A Turkish custom motorcycle shop has put together a quick bolt-on body kit that turns a standard Yamaha MT03 or MT25 into a pretty unique looking neo-retro-cafe racer thing. The Janus body kit looks kind of cool, and it's an easy, cheapish way to get yourself a very distinctive ride...Continue Reading Janus body kit transforms the Yamaha MT03 and MT25 into neo-retro-Euro cafe racersCategory:
Have you seen those ridiculous ads for smartphone clip-on lenses that promise impossible results? Casey Neistat recently came across one on Facebook and decided to order one to see how bad they actually are.The Universal 18X Zoom HD Clip On Mobile Phone Optical Camera Lens can be purchased for $33 on Amazon. Neistat went out in New York City and shot the same scenes using both the phone lens on a
British designer Sebastian Bergne has created a travel-friendly set of objects to be used in Shabbat rituals, including a digitally printed bread cloth and portable glass candle holders. Read more
Camera trigger manufacturer MIOPS has announced the new MIOPS Splash, a water drop kit that helps photographers consistently capture picture-perfect splash photos.The MIOPS Splash is a tiny standalone device that can be controlled using a smartphone, and you won’t need any additional camera triggers to get started with this genre of photography. All settings are adjusted remotely from your
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_2893553642","galleryId":"2893553642","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });Chinese accessory company NiSi has started taking preorders for its new Prosories P1 Smartphone Filter Kit, a camera filter system for smartphones. The P1 Kit includes a phone clip, medium graduated neutral d
Nikon has announced the D850 Filmmaker's Kit, which is a custom bundle of products specific to the U.S. market. Nikon says the kit is "designed for content creators and filmmakers looking to take full advantage of the D850’s extensive video capabilities and controls." The D850 itself offers full-frame 4K UHD video capture in both 24 and 30p, 8K and 4K timelapse along with focus peaking,
Camera robotics company eMotimo has introduced the Dana Dolly Integration motion control kit that motorizes the popular Dana Dolly by integrating the eMotimo spectrum ST4 with the dolly for a massive range of control.The Dana Dolly is a popular portable slider system used by many professionals , but industry-standard motion control setups can cost as much as $15,000 - $20,000. The attraction of t
KTM's RC390 is already probably the most track-focused sportsbike you can buy in the small-capacity learner class. With 40hp on tap, it's a killer machine to hone the craft of cornering on - but with more race series beginning to open up worldwide in this class, KTM has decided to put an even sharper edge on it...Continue Reading KTM sharpens its tiny tool with limited edition RC390R and Supe
Background Photo by Kathleen Clemons, courtesy of LensbabyLensbaby has launched a 46mm macro filter kit that can be combined with several of the company's "bokeh effect" lenses, expanding their scope of application to close-up photography.The filters screw onto the front of the lenses and the kit comes with three diopter options (+1,+2, and +4). The individual filters can be stacked for even high


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