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Smallrig Ninja Flame Shogun monitor cage review

 This review comes from http://www.newsshooter.com/2017/08/30/smallrig-atomos-7-monitor-cage-hands-on-review/ by Erik Naso The SmallRig Atomos 7″ Monitor Cage is designed to suit for the Atomos Ninja Flame,Shogun Inferno, Shogun Flame and Ninja Inferno in a perfect way. The cage is made by aluminium alloy and is mounted to the Atomos monitor via the top and bottom 1/4″-20 taps. It …

We Manufactured This Handle But YOU Made It Happen!

-the story of SmallRig Top Handle for RED DSMC2 1961 We got complaints about using top handles on RED DSMC2 cameras that the regular handles are too long and too tall for the limited space, so it will be painful to attach external battery pack or to use the monitor. …

Let DJI Ronin Grip stand on its own feet

– the story of SmallRig 25mm Rod Support Feet for DJI Ronin. Dave Kratz had a difficult time using Ronin Grip: when he’s taking a break between scenes, he just couldn’t put the rig on ground because the Grip did not come with support feet. He had to either find …

YouTube’s live TV service is available in half of all US homes

While other services, including Hulu, PlayStation Vue and SlingTV, have been available for a while now, YouTube TV is catching up fast. Launched in April to five basic metropolitan areas, the company added 11 new markets this July. Now, the live TV service has just announced 14 more markets, making its “skinny bundle” available to half the homes in the US. Subscribers to the YouTube service will also get two new networks, Newsy and the Tennis Channel for no extra charge, starting now. Customers in Boston will be able to stream the Red Sox’s pennant race on sports network NESN for free, too. The company is also planning to expand to 17 more markets in the coming weeks and months.

Photographer captures moment car slammed into counterprotesters in Charlottesville. It was his last day on the job.

Late last month, Ryan M. Kelly, a photographer for the Charlottesville, Va., Daily Progress, gave his two-week notice, announcing he would be leaving the newspaper for a job at a brewery in Richmond.

Facebook knew about Snap’s struggles months before the public

You may have only recently discovered that Snap isn’t having much luck attracting new users, but Facebook knew months before — and there’s a chance you helped it find out. The Wall Street Journal has learned just how Facebook has been using app usage data from Onavo Protect, the VPN-based security app from its Onavo team, to see how Snapchat adoption has changed over time. The social network looked at aggregated info about the frequency and duration of app use to determine that Snapchat use slowed down soon after Snapchat-like Instagram Stories became available. In other words, Facebook knew it could double down on its anti-Snap strategy within just a few months.

RCA’s new Roku TVs are dirt-cheap, if you can live without 4K

RCA is the latest brand to offer a line of Roku TVs and while they aren’t 4K, they are super affordable. Three models are included in the line — 50-inch, 43-inch and 32-inch versions priced at $499, $380 and $250, respectively. The larger two models are 1080p HD while the 32-inch is 720p.