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Professional Head-2-Head Report: RPG Keys vs. Kubota RPG SpeedKeys
on Apr 11, 2011 at 10:42AM

RPG Keys and Kubota RPG SpeedKeys are intended to speed up processing time by mapping frequently used correction settings to specific keys on a custom keyboard. The process itself is similar to a Photoshop action, though it offers a software and hardware component that plugs-in to Photoshop Lightroom. Priced at $399, the SpeedKeys + LR pack carries a far less costly MSRP than the full-size RPG Keys, originally priced at $670. RPG Keys is currently running a sale that drops the price of the larger 58-key unit + LR closer to its alternative, at $490....

Head-2-Head RAW Processor Review: Adobe Camera RAW vs. Phase One Capture One Pro
on Mar 25, 2010 at 10:34AM

The RAW file is often described as the "digital negative", basic digital information that has to be processed to become a photograph. In fact, it's more accurately described as the "digital latent image", a term made popular as far back as the Zone System and Ansel Adams, describing the film in the camera, exposed to light, but not yet processed into a negative....

Head-2-Head Software Review: Phase One Capture One Pro vs. Hasselblad Phocus vs. Leaf Capture
on Dec 15, 2009 at 7:58AM

If you're in the market for a Medium Format Digital Back (MFDB), it doesn't take too long before you realize that a very big part of the decision is the software that works with the system. These cameras started as tethered systems for the studio, and that's where they justified their investment early on - in speed and efficiency of workflow. It's no wonder that one of the applications, Phase One's Capture One Pro, has evolved to give professional MFDB power to the DSLR user....

Head-2-Head Lighting Review: Profoto Pro-8a 2400 Air vs. Broncolor Scoro A4S
on Nov 23, 2009 at 8:18AM

If you're looking for the top performance in studio strobe systems, it's a pretty short and pricey list. Profoto and Broncolor have always been battling for the rarified market of a handful of the biggest and best commercial, advertising and editorial photographers, and the rental studios and dealers who serve the rest of the market. The Profoto Pro-8a 2400 Air retails for $10,999 and the Broncolor Scoro A4S for $10,692....

Head-2-Head Review: Apple iPhone 3G S vs. Canon EOS 5D Mk II
on Jul 1, 2009 at 9:02AM

These two cameras share a considerable amount of industry buzz, hype, and even hysteria. Though drastically different in form, price, and operation, both cameras can lay claim to that one aspect that keeps marketing execs awake at night - the fact they both redefine Photojournalism....


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