The Kingston DC1000M NVMe Will Handle Large RAWs, 4K Video Easily

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Photo and video file sizes are getting bigger by the day, and if you don’t have fast drives like the Kingston DC1000M NVMe, your workflow will suffer.

Modern Mirrorless and DSLR cameras are fantastic; there are no two ways about it. One thing that isn’t so great, though, is the ever-increasing file sizes that these new cameras push out. These days you need pretty beefy computers with tons of RAM, additional GPU’s and fast storage if you want to have any sort of efficient workflow. Kingston is aiming to at least offer some hope in the storage area with their new Kingston DC1000M NVMe, which provides read and write speeds up to 3,100MBs/2,800MBs. Find out more after the break.

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New Computers Announced at CES 2020 Will Make Creators Lives Easier

The computers we are seeing at CES 2020 show that technology in this space is advancing at a rapid pace.

The annual consumer electronics show (CES) kicked off earlier this week, and there have already been some exciting announcements in regard to upcoming photography gear like the Nikon D780. Another segment that has caught our eye, though, is the computer segment. Unless you still shoot film, you need a computer to access and process your RAW files. Some fascinating laptops will be hitting shelves in the not too distant future, which could really help with creating media and photo editing. Join us after the break to see some of the most radical computers announced at CES 2020 so far.

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The Laptops Photographers Should Be Considering in 2018 and Why

There were some big changes to mobile processors at the end of 2017: make sure your 2018 laptop purchase is one you won’t regret

A laptop, not unlike a camera, is a major investment for a photographer in 2018 and if you are one of the many possibly looking to upgrade their laptop this year then you are going to want to have a look at this post. Towards the end of 2017, there were some major advancements made to the Intel processors used in most modern laptops. These changes saw improvements of up to 40% over comparable laptops sporting the processors being used in laptops throughout 2017. This sort of improvement is not your average year over year performance improvement; this one was major and something you need to pay attention to.

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