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A photo of the new JVC 4K video camera that takes Micro Four Thirds lenses. Thanks to 43 Rumors for this info.

JVC Joins MFT Camp with the Release of their new 4K Video Camera

JVC Joins MFT Camp with the Release of their new 4K Video Camera. Though it’s a traditional video styled camera, it does take the growing line of Micro Four Thirds (MFT) lenses. That’s good news for all MFT users. The more companies that join the party the better. Thanks to…

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The new Canon 100-400mm can be preordered from our friends at Hunts Photo.

Canon Announces the Updated 100-400mm Zoom – Finally

Canon Announces the Updated 100-400mm Zoom. For all of you out there who have been longing for an update to the Canon 100-400mm zoom, your wishes are about to be answered. I had heard rumors about this lens for a long, long time but I just received a message from my friends at…

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The new 40-150mm F/2.8 lens by Olympus.

Olympus Currently Shipping Spectacular 40-150mm F/2.8

I just heard from the folks over at 43Rumors that at least one of their readers has shipping confirmation from Olympus of his pre-ordered 40-150mm F/2.8 lens. I have one on order with F11 Photo in Bozeman, Montana, so hopefully mine will be on its way as well. I can’t wait…

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Lumix GH4’s 4K Photo Mode – Publishable Stills From Video is Finally Here

Panasonic is steamrolling the competition with their new 4K Photo Mode that’s available on three different Lumix cameras, GH4, LX100 and FZ1000. I’ve dreamed of this idea since the $50,000 Red One was announced nearly ten years ago and I first blogged about my prediction of the convergence of Video and Stills in…

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What's that? A recommended insurance company?

What’s That? A Successful Travel Insurance Claim Story?

For those of you who travel regularly, purchasing travel insurance is probably often one of the top priorities on your to-do list. Now, most of us can admit that any type of insurance can be intimidating. Often the coverage can be confusing – what, when, where, how, and who does the policy cover? And…

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BJ Kirschhoffer running the camera for a Tundra Connection episode with PBI scientists Dr. Don Moore, Dr. Megan Owen, Dr. Cecilia Bitz and Dr. Andrew Derocher on the back of Buggy One.

Tundra Connections with Polar Bears International

I’ve been in Churchill, Manitoba this week to help my friends at Polar Bears International with Polar Bear Week. It’s been a lot of fun and I’ll be sharing photos at a later date. Today I helped BJ Kirschhoffer with their program called Tundra Connections. If you want to see what…

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Latest Natural Note Makes Some Folks Angry!

Each month I like to share one of my favorite photos that goes out to our email list of editors, art directors, and travelers as something we call a Natural Note. Typically it’s a beautiful scene with flowers, animals, landscapes, or something similar. Every now and again I like to stir…

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Tigers are listed as "endangered" on the Red List of Threatened Species.

Ecotourists May Help Save Malayan Tiger

Ecotourists may help save the Malayan tiger according to local conservationists. That’s good news for both those that love to travel and photograph wildlife, and tigers. Malayan tigers have been on the Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species. They’re listed as “endangered” and the population…

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Stunning Aurora Video

This stunning aurora video is proof positive photographers can no longer dedicate ourselves to just one camera company. This breathtaking video footage was shot with the new Sony A7’s full frame camera by photographer Anders M. It’s proof positive that new technology being developed AND delivered by the so called…

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A snow goose and a blue goose have an altercation on the Bosque Del Apache NWR, New Mexico.

It’s National Wildlife Refuge Week!

Happy National Wildlife Refuge Week! You didn’t know we are celebrating the Refuge System this week? There probably aren’t a lot of people who had it marked on their calendars. I’d guess there aren’t a lot of folks who are familiar with the Refuge System at all. The U.S. Fish…

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