Cerise Workstation

For the price and capabilities, the Cerise Workstation is definitely a machine worth considering for your workspace. They can set you up with a box that meets all of your needs, not something that’s made for the masses.

Tamron SP 24–70mm f/2.8 Di VC USD

High-Speed Standard Zoom Lens for Your Full-Frame DSLR The Tamron SP 24–70mm f/2.8 Di VC lens is a fast lens designed to work with full-frame cameras (but it will work with smaller sensors, too). It’s available for Canon, Nikon, and Sony; however, the Sony version doesn’t include vibration compensation (VC) because Sony DSLRs already have [...]

RODE NT4

The RØDE NT4 stereo microphone that brings stunningly realistic audio to DSLRs and video cameras.

HP ZR2740w

The HP ZR2740w is a 27″ LED backlit, nonglare display with an impressive screen real estate and native resolution of 2560×1440—a 16:9 aspect ratio.

Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Like the American Idol effect on singers to the untrained ear, the clarity and performance that photographers expect from the soon-to-be-legendary Canon EOS 5D Mark III has to live up to the hype.

Nikon D800

Kudos to Nikon for bringing in such an incredible camera at an affordable price!

Glidetrack HD Hybrid Slider

The motion produced by slowly sliding a camera along a rail adds visual interest. For medium-sized camcorders and video-capable digital SLRs, a Scottish company has developed the Glidetrack HD Hybrid Slider.

X-Rite i1Photo Pro 2

The i1Photo Pro 2 is X-Rite’s impressive, new, comprehensive, color-management solution for professional photographers.

Zoom H4N Audio Recorder

Zoom’s top-of-the-line H4n is a 4-channel handheld audio recorder that can record to 24-bit/96-kHz WAV files in stereo mode. In 4-channel mode, the recorder tops at 24-bit/48-kHz, which equals DVD audio quality.

Ivy Bridge Processor

The Ivy Bridge chip is the third generation of Core series processors and the first to incorporate Intel’s new Tri-Gate 3D transistor technology using the world’s first 22nm manufacturing process.

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