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Janell won the BlackRapid Strap! This week's prize is Memory Cards from Lexar. Comment on this video either here on this page or on the YouTube link for your entry.

Greg and Kathy go over some news like the best gear of the year from Pop Photo, new stuff from Manfrotto & Sony, and what our words fears are when it comes to photography. Keep shooting!

Giving Away More FREE Gear in the 7 Weeks of Christmas Photo Contest

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0 # Meg Phamous 2014-11-17 15:53
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0 # Bill Malik 2014-11-17 16:51
hello Greg & Kathy,
I always look forward to your shows and I really appreciate all the work you two put into your media and shows. I started out with an old film Pentax ME when I was young before moving up yo Mamiya 645, RB67 then the RZ 67. When I noticed film was on the way out, I then went up to the Canon t5i... I never shot professionally only as a hobby. My wife is actually glad camera gear is my only vice.
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0 # MzMareK 2014-11-17 18:07
This would go wonderfully with my new Canon 5D Mark III.
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0 # Mare Klassen 2014-11-17 18:09
This would go wonderfully with my new Canon 5D Mark III
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0 # Michele DeNardo 2014-11-17 20:27
Always learn something useful and interesting from these videos.
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0 # Teodor 2014-11-18 08:16
yeyy Christmas
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0 # Thomas 2014-11-18 10:59
Would really like to win and try Lexar. Used to have Sandisk only until now.
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0 # Marshall Holmes 2014-11-19 13:00
Hi Guys,

Thanks for continuing to bring us great tips about taking photos and new grear coming onto the market. It's really helped guide may approach to photography over the last year since I've been watching.

Keep up the great work!


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0 # Robert 2014-11-19 14:06
Useful information, nice video. I do not want to distress anybody by asking about foreign operating system or sw, but I would like to know if there is already some extension available for mostly linux-based raw converters (Rawtherapee and similar) or general image editors (GIMP), enabling utilising of standardized color checkers (e. g. X-Rite ColorChecker Passport) to their full potential and ease of use. Thanks again for relevant information.
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0 # John Olivo 2014-11-19 14:14
I comfortably watch and listen to your videos because you are thorough. A good analogy of what I mean would be like having a 5th grader attend a college class on any subject. One teacher (the other sites I have seen) would talk over him/her and expect them to understand. Another teacher (Both of you) on the other hand I think talk to all of us non professionals and professionals on the same level plane
Thank You
I have learned so much from you
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0 # Larry Kuykendall 2014-11-19 14:17
Greg & Kathy
Enjoy your videos. Have learned so much watching your videos for a couple of years. I certainly appreciate you answering questions i ask. Thanks. Keep it up.
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0 # chal bagent 2014-11-19 14:49
Great videos and always very helpful
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0 # Fred 2014-11-19 15:18
Love your videos.
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0 # Ved 2014-11-19 15:36
Nice Greg!
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0 # Tiffany Dover 2014-11-19 15:41
VERY COOL! So many great prizes! Fingers crossed!
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0 # Wendell Clendennen 2014-11-19 15:53
I first got interested in photography when I took a class in school where I learned how to develop film and prints. I've been hooked on photography ever since, and remember the flash bulbs you mentioned that rotated to take four photos per cube. It's crazy how much things have changed over the years, and how quickly too. I'm so glad I was able to learn some of the cool film and negative stuff before it goes away completely.
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0 # Paul P 2014-11-19 16:02
Greg and Kathy,

Thanks for going over some new holiday gift-ready gear for the photographers in our lives (including ourselves!).

Also, in the spirit of Thanksgiving, thank you for sharing the link to the rant about using photographer services for free. Artists of all kinds deserve respect for what they create!
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+1 # Steve Carmichael 2014-11-19 16:39
Hi Greg and Kathy,
"Thank you" to both of you for being the "real" people that you are! Your presentations are great, in that they are honest, straighbt forward and very informative, while at the same time being very informal and relaxing in nature. This characteristic will catch my attention far quicker than those that are filled with "fake" people, with all their bells and whistles to make them look good. I will "put my money" on my photography needs based on your reviews and thoughts!
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0 # David Vandiver 2014-11-19 17:21
Have burnt my fingers on flash cubes like the owls :)
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0 # Paul 2014-11-19 18:00
Love the show , noticed the little owls on the desk , love them can you buy them. Being an Owls fan ( local football teams nickname ) would love one for the car window
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2014-11-19 18:05
As far as I know you cannot buy the owls, Epson sent them over after our video a few weeks back at PPE. Towards the end we talk about mascots!
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0 # Paul 2014-11-19 18:14
Ah ... thanks for the info Greg ... they look brill.. would look better in my car though LOL ..
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0 # Daniel Ferrara 2014-11-19 23:22
Thanks for having the contest and for your informative videos!!
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0 # Freddy Rios 2014-11-20 00:35
Hi Cazillo. First thing first. Keep up the good work. I enjoy your program it has help me to become a better photographer. I need to know how I can enter the contest and post my photos. Hi to Kathy "Nice smile".
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0 # Marshall Barth 2014-11-20 16:17
Anyone shooting digital could use more SD cards. Well, that is if they shoot more than a snapshot or two :{)))
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