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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera (Body)
CAE5D4 | $3,499.00
Nikon D500 DSLR w/ 16-80mm Lens
NID5001680 | $3,066.95
Apple 13. 3” MacBook Pro w/ Touch Bar
(Late 2016, Space Gray)
APMBPTMLH12L | $1,799.00
DJI Matrice 600 Pro Hexacopter
DJMAT600PRO | $4,999.00
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BH- 55 Ball Head
REBH55LR | $489.00
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Forgot Your 18% Gray
Card? Try the Palm of
The palms of an average dark-skinned person’s hands are about
equal in reflectance to a 18% gray
card. Run a test by taking a close
reading of the surface of your
palm with a spot meter using the
resulting exposure reading as is,
whereas the palms of an average
light-skinned person’s hands are
about 1 stop brighter than an
18% gray card, Double the Exposure from the reading you get.
1 Never “Dry Clean”
Never clean your lens with
a dry cloth or lens tissue.
Always squeeze a few drops
of lens cleaner onto your
lens cloth or breathe gently
onto the lens surface before
cleaning your lens. By moistening the cloth (or breathing on the lens) you greatly
reduce the chance of inadvertently micro-scratching
your lens surfaces.
2 If You Have a Lens
Shade, Use It!
Lens shades help to increase contrast and color saturation by blocking
stray light from striking the
front lens element. If your
lens came with a shade, use
it! If your lens came with a
reversible shade, don’t be
lazy—flip it into place before taking pictures. Your
photographs will look bet-ter… trust us.