Posts tagged Review
Manfrotto MVH500AH Fluid Video Head

The great thing about video heads is that they can be used pretty easily for photography, but there are SO many options for tripod heads in the market.  Manfrotto seems to really have a strong foothold on the higher-end tripod market, but are their products worth the cost?  Well today we're going to take a look at one of their most popular (and relatively one of their cheapest) video heads, the MVH500AH.

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Hoodman HoodLoupe

It's a very straight-forward device: it blocks the light.  Given that I shoot a LOT outdoors between weddings and military photojournalism, and the reflection of sunlight and light levels make it incredibly difficult to see the fine details on the tiny screen, let's talk about how it held up.

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Nikon D810

Nikon has won award after award lately for its D800 line of cameras.  They're sensor powerhouses, pushing out images that rival some medium formats, they offer relatively high frames per second, and their focus, speed, and options are leaving most of their competitors completely in the dust (Yes, even Canon).  But nothing can be perfect, right?  Let's see where this body shines and where it leaves me wanting.

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Wacom Intuos Pro Medium Digital Tablet

Anyone who has ever edited over 300 photos in a single sitting understands the value of maximizing efficiency in post processing. Utilized as a non-graphic design tool it's got some amazing potential, but how does it hold up when the rubber meets the road as a wedding photographer and military photojournalist?

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