For most photographers, the Mac Studio is probably overkill, but there are real advantages with the front facing I/O, 10 gig ethernet, and the M1 ultra chip. Let’s say you are editing 1500 images. If you spend 1 second for each of those images, that’s 25 minutes. Do you see why every second counts in […]
It was too long ago that the M1 MacBook Air was released and obliterated most laptop and desktop competition. I’ve been using both the M1 MacBook air and the 24″ iMac for the last year and have still not found a reason to upgrade. With the release of the Mac Studio, I think it’s safe
The move shoot move is a one of a kind star tracker from China that offers unique features such as portability and ease of use. While the small design may not work with a heavy camera body and lens, this star tracker is great for anyone who shoots mostly starscapes with a wide angle lens.
After purchasing the Rode wireless go ii, I’ve discovered there’s 4 issues that may cause crackling or buzzing noises. These 4 problems include interference from the transmitter/receiver settings, camera connection, interference when using rode central, and when using the wrong lavalier mic. Here’s 4 tips to solve buzzing issues with the rode wireless go 2.
These days, there are so many RAID and hybrid configurations, you might have wondered which configuration is best for you. Contrary to popular belief, RAID 0 is the best RAID configuration when it’s backed up to a 2nd or 3rd storage system, because it offers the fastest performance. When you use RAID 0, you get
After using the M1 iMac for over a year, I finally decided to purchase the 14-inch Macbook M1 Pro and the differences are significant. 24-inch iMac long-term review I’ve been using the 24″ M1 iMac for the last year and it’s been great for video editing, lightroom, and photoshop, and it’s the fastest computer I’ve