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by News Editor, posted Mar 21, 2013 at 12:24PM

Wireless flash comparison of Pocket wizard plusX and plus IIIPhotography blog,, has posted a head-to-head comparison of the Pocket Wizard PlusX and the Pocket Wizard Plus III flash transceivers. The cost is estimated at just under $300 for a PlusX setup and just below $450 for a Plus III system.

Tags: flash transponder, wireless flash, Pocket Wizard

by Alex Burack, posted Mar 21, 2013 at 12:19PM

Head-to-Head Reviews and H2H Comparisons logoThe wait is over. Head-2-Head's pro imaging blog is back! Stay turned for all the latest news, reviews, and posts about the leading DSLRs and professional imaging gear!

Tags: hddslr, dslr news, digital slr reviews

by Alex Burack, posted Oct 26, 2011 at 7:58PM

Want more head-to-head reviews? If you're looking for comparitive analysis to help you shop for anything beyond photography, check out our complete product comparison resource. We contrast like-objects to help you determine the central differences between products, services, retailers, and pop-culture icons.

Tags: Comparison review, comparisons, product comparisons, product reviews, professional comparisons,

by Ted Dillard, posted May 15, 2010 at 9:18AM

Just how good is the on-board XRite-powered printer calibration and profiling on the HP Z series printers?  Take a look...  the answer?  Remarkably good. 



Special shoutout to the folks at Parrot Digigraphic for letting us play with their stuff!

Tags: HP, Z3200, Xrite, Color Management, Spectrolino

by Ted Dillard, posted May 3, 2010 at 8:46PM

Want to see what a cool quarter-mil will buy in the digital camera world?  Take a look at this- it's a large-format (48 x 72" scanning bed) Cruse Digital scanning camera, living at Parrot Digigraphic in Billerica, MA. 

Sure, sure, it's a big tri-linear CCD on a huge copy stand...  but the real secret to the scanner is the lights.  If you've ever shot copy work you know the issues- first, you want nice,even lighting, and most importantly, no glare.  That doesn't leave much room for control of lighting, or, least of all, creative lighting treatment.  The Cruse opens up a whole new world since it's sampling a very small slice of the original.  The lights are fully programmable and controllable, and you can treat an original for nice, flat, 100% even lighting, or you can use strong side-lighting to enhance the texture of the brush stroke, the collage, or whatever you're shooting.  (Models, perhaps?) 

Take a look, really cool stuff!


Tags: Large Format Scanner, Synchron CS220-110, Cruse Digital