Tag Archive: DSLR


iPhone 6s defeats $3k Nikon DSLR in 4K video battle

It’s no secret that the iPhone 6s is a pretty darn great camera, but how does it compare to a professional DSLR like the Nikon D750? In a recent 4K video shootout, YouTuber Lee Morris of Fstoppers decided to compare the two and, wouldn’t you know it, found that Apple’s next-gen handset pretty much owns the […]

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Giveaway madness: Win an iPhone 6, Canon DSLR or a multi-sync keyboard [Deals]

Cult of Mac Deals is all about bringing you killer gadgets, software, and services at deeply discounted prices. Sometimes, though, Cult of Mac Deals gives you an opportunity to get something awesome for absolutely nothing. Today, you can enter to…Read more ›

Giveaway madness: Enter to win an iPhone 6, Canon DSLR, & MacBook Air [Deals]

Cult of Mac Deals is all about bringing you the best gadgets, software, and services at deeply discounted prices. Sometimes, though, Cult of Mac Deals gives you an opportunity to get something awesome for absolutely nothing. You can enter to…Read more ›

Giveaway Madness! Win a Canon DSLR, PS4, MacBook Air and more! [Deals]

You probably take great photographs with your smartphone. Compare your smartphone pictures with those of a digital SLR camera, though, and you soon realize that there is no comparison. Without a doubt, the best photography is done with a digital…Read more ›

Master Your Camera With The Ultimate DSLR Camera Course Bundle [Deals]

If you’ve been looking to foster your skills in digital photography this year, then Cult of Mac Deals has an offer that’s going to see you through your journey from beginner to advanced shooter. The Ultimate DSLR Camera Course Bundle…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Photographer Took iPhone 5S To Patagonia Instead OF DSLR, ”Didn’t Regret It One Bit’

Speaking of iPhone cameras being awesome, photographer Austin Mann is so taken with the quality of his new 5S that he left his regular work DSLR at home. And Austin wasn’t just taking the dog out for a walk. He…Read more ›

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Photographer Scrapes Micro-Lenses Off DSLR Sensor To Create “Canon Monochrom”

Leica’s incredible Monochrom camera costs $8,000, and shoots only B&W images. That is of course an absurd price, but it does bring amazing light sensitivity and detail thanks to the fact that there are no color filters blocking light from the sensor, and that all three dots from each pixel are dedicated to grabbing luminance […]

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Smart Trigger Turns Your iPhone Into A DSLR Remote And Intervalometer [Review]

Snugly In Your DSLR's Hotshoe: Satechi's Smart Trigger.Unless you like sprinting to beat your camera’s timer, as the family photog, you know often you just end up being left out of the family memories. Smart Trigger by Satechi Category: iOS/photography accessories Works With: iPhone, iPod Price: $45 The Satechi Smart Trigger can offer some help there. By connecting to your DLSR, it […]

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CamRanger Turns Your iOS Device Into A Full-On DSLR Remote [Review]

Photo previews are beamed right to your iOS device.“Wow, this is cool.” That was my first thought when I saw CamRanger controlling a full-size DSLR for the first time, then wirelessly beaming picture previews to an iPad 15 feet away. CamRanger Category: iOS/photography accessories Works With: iPhone, iPad, Mac Price: $300 From ISO, to shutter, to aperture, white balance—-even live view and touch-to-focus—-the […]

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The CameraMator Wirelessly Transfers Your DSLR Photos To Your iPad [Macworld 2013]

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The iPad’s large, beautiful screen has always been attractive for photography applications, and as the device becomes more and more powerful, developers and hardware vendors alike are taking advantage of all the iPad has to offer.

The latest device to do so, the CameraMator, lets you wirelessly transfer photos from your Canon or Nikon DSLR directly to your iPad or MacBook. It’s almost like magic.

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