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Drones Accessories – The Must Haves in 2016

Drones are taking over the skies, rapidly gaining popularity, further distancing the industry from niche and pushing towards mass production of a widely popular, mainstream product. They are used as a hobby, a sport,...

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Camera Drones Vs Video Drones

Drones have grown to be an extremely popular product over the last couple of years. While they initially hit the market as a sort of hobby for some folks, they have rapidly blossomed into...

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Parrot Drone BeBop 2 Review

Introduction The Parrot drone BeBop 2 is  mid-range video-capable quadcopter, a significant improvement over its successor, the Parrot BeBop. While it does offer a very similar, hardly distinguishable design to the original, almost everything...

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The Syma X5C Quadcopter HD Review

Specifications: Dimensions: 310 x 310 x 80 mm Weight: 916 g Material: Plastic Colors: White Max. speed: 14.3 m/s Max. altitude: 50 m Max. photo resolution: 2 MP Max. video resolution: 720p Introduction Quadcopters are...

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Let’s Talk About Video Drones

A video drone is the new big thing in tech market, one of  the most exciting products of the 21st century’s electronic consumer industry. It’s not surprising, since people today love nothing more than...

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Mastering Your Flash 101 – High Speed Sync

One of my favorite features of speedlites is High Speed Sync. This feature allows you to work with speedlites way past your camera’s normal sync speed (1/160 – 1/250 depending on camera). By shooting...

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Using your flash’s guide number

If you have ever shopped for a flash or read a review, you may have noticed a section of the spec called the guide number or GN. While this value is a measurement of power that the flash has and allows you to compare flash models, is this number useful to you at all? In this article we dig into the guide number and see how we can use this number help us dial in our flash and camera settings using some math instead of just guessing and retrying until you get what you want.