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Technology Tell's Review Of The OS X Version Magic Bullet Grinder

  Magic Bullet is a favorite here at HDSLR Shooter. This plugin adds so much great stuff to Adobe’s already feature full suite that it’s almost a must have. 

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Canon Releases Two New DSLRs: The EOS Rebel SL1 and Rebel T5i

  In their quest to ensure that the entire planet has a Canon in their hands, Canon has released a two more additions to the EOS Fleet: the EOS Rebel T5i and the Rebel SL1.

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Best Buy Jumps the Gun and Lists New Canon DSLR

  Looks like some clumsy folks at Best Buy have listed an unannounced Canon DSLR

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Canon 6D Vs. Canon 7D

  In December of 2012, while we were busy waiting for the world to end, Canon was busy releasing their newest DSLR, the 6D. 

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Is the 7D Mark II Really Real? Maybe…

  Well, the rumor mill is at it again!  From the depths of the Canon camera rumor vaults, dust is being blown off of the 7D Mark ii release once again.

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Rodney Charters Honored with ASC Career Achievement in Television Award

HDSLR Pioneer ASC, CSC Charters Recognized by ASC One needs only glance at Rodney Charters’, ASC, CSC, accomplishments, and it is clear why the Society

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Canon EOS 6D On-Camera Tutorials

  The Canon Digital Learning Center is pleased to offer On-Camera Tutorial Videos for the EOS 6D

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Get a Little Closer With the Redrock Micro 72mm Macro Lens

  Redrockmicro Lens..? Last month, I had an opportunity to get my hands on another great product from Redrock Micro.  When I think of Redrock, I think of camera support systems, like

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The 5D Mark III Hall of Fame Question

  Canon changed the cinema landscape forever with their DSLR cameras. Although the level of quality may vary between each model based on each shooter’s perspective, one model seems to have risen above the rest to achieve an unprecedented level of acclaim: the 5D Mark III.

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Review: The Marshall V-LCD56MD

Recently, I had an opportunity to review what I have always considered to be the on camera monitor to which all others are judged: Marshall.

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