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The team at Biolite, who brought you the ingenious Camp Stove that also charges gadgets, have returned with a new way to heat your outdoorsy eats and drinks. This month, the company is introducing the KettlePot, which is — you guessed it! — a kettle and a pot combined into one very convenient vessel.
New gadgets take the spotlight at CES. And though we’re occasionally blinded by the bright, shiny things, we know where our loyalties lie. Behind the barrage of posts and sprinting between booths, the real stars of the show are the tried and true bits of gear we’re using behind the scenes. Each of us has our own beloved item — tech or otherwise — that we’ll swear is the only reason we made it out of Vegas alive. Spoiler: There are a lot of batteries mentioned in this post.
Canon DLSRs are popular for video shooting, and you can pull beautiful footage from the low end EOS D series to the high end 1D series. But what is the difference in image quality in a price range from $1000-$7000? We’ve had a EOS 650D, 5D Mark III, and 1DX all in ou possession, so we decided to take a closer look.
The Canon EOS series of cameras has always been a go-to choice for the entry-level DSLR seekers. So when the latest upgrade, the 650D, arrived at our office, we shredded cardboard and immediately started toying with all the new features.
Mirrorless cameras are generally geared toward the enthusiast or semi-pro consumer. Some companies, like Canon with its new EOS M offering, are seeking to cater to a broader market in features and styling. But not one of them can match the astronomically expensive FujiFilm X-Pro1 for pure photo-nerdery.