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Sony Launches A7ii with Enhanced Stabilization
 Sony's A7ii is an update to its popular full frame mirrorless camera.

Parrot Releases Bebop Drone Into the Wild
 Parrot's entry-level Bebop photo drone finally gets a price and distribution date.

JVC Readies 4K-Recording Camcorders for Early 2015
 JVC's new 4KCam lineup is due in 2015 and will deliver IP streaming and more.

Eizo Courts Masses with Entry-Level Graphics Monitor
 Eizo is hoping to bring color accurate monitors to the mainstream with its new ColorEdge CS240.
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Objects of Desire: Hasselblad Lunar

Hasselblad's new Lunar Limited Edition is a derivative of Sony's NEX-7 reborn as a finely detailed luxury item for camera enthusiasts.

Objects of Desire: Shoulderpod S1

A versatile stabilizer forged from "aerospace-grade" aluminum, the S1 clamps onto your phone with rubberized plates and a pressurized thumbscrew.

Software Review: Macphun Tonality Pro

Macphun's Tonality Pro is black-and-white image editor that can be used as a plug-in or a standalone application.

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Michael Ashkin Examines Corruption in Post-Sandy Urban Renewal

In a new book, Michael Ashkin uses a unique visual language to tell the story of post-Hurricane Sandy Long Branch, New Jersey, where the local government and real-estate developers displaced longtime residents. 

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Frames Per Second: Photojournalist Damir Sagolj On Using Sound to Tell a Story

Award-winning photojournalist Damir Sagolj explains why he loves recording audio and how sound enhanced his multimedia piece on a Fukushima refugee.

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10 Modern Mirrorless Systems and the Lenses That Help Them Shine

These lenses will help you get the maximum performance from your mirrorless camera.


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