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    http://youtu.be/CAckPcKK76U Hi gang: This weekend I got a chance to take two Canon 7D Mark IIs out for a real world field-test shooting two football games: On Saturday the Tennessee Vols vs. the Florida Gators, and on Sunday the New York Giants vs. the Atlanta Falcons at Met Life stadium in New Jersey. (Note: the two camera bodies I used were overnight loaners from Canon of pre-production demo units — they are not the final shipping cameras — so they're not quite finished yet, but they're far enough along that I could at least test them and give you, and Canon, feedback). I'm posting some high resolution samples here (below), but make sure you watch the video above because we tackled all the important stuff you'd want to know about (of course, we talked a lot about high-ISO performance), plus we took loads of…

    Above: Look how much smaller the new bag is, yet it holds all my junk. Ahem…I mean my essential gear for travel. ;-) If you're like me, you're never really happy with your laptop bag. That was me for most of my life (well, most of my laptop toting life anyway), until about 5 years ago when I fell deeply and hopeless in love with Thank Tank Photo's laptop bag. It was prefect. A pocket for everything — I could even fit my Wacom tablet in it — it was just…perfect! Especially for someone who carries a lot of stuff (see below). Here's what's in my bag (as seen above): 15" MacBook Pro (this is my main computer day in, day out) A bunch of plastic cards (gift cards, Delta club card, Hilton Honors card, etc.) USB drive with backup stuff One-Tb Back-up hard…

    Above: The rear view, with the included combination lock attached to the PNY hinge-link.  A few weeks back I reviewed MacLock's "MacBook Pro Security Bracket" for securing your laptop from theft when unattended (here's the link). When I posted that review, a few of the commenters pointed me to PNY's new "ThinkSafe" lock for the MacBook Pro Retina display model, so I immediately ordered it to do a comparison (and here we go!). How it works Basically, this works by having you slide a hard, thin piece of metal between the hinge in your laptop's lid so it sticks out of the back of your MacBook Pro (scroll way down to see a close up of it). There's a small hole in the end (the part that sticks out) and the lock hooks right through it (and you wrap the lock around something that…

    Above: Here's the small metal locking hole that attaches to the bottom of your Retina MacBook Pro.  Since this is supposed to be only a 90-second review of MacLocks "MacBook Pro Security Bracket," I'll cut to the chase (and then give you the back story if you're so inclined). Pros: It's super-easy to attach (took all of two-minutes and a child could do it). It's so sleek and slim you don't even notice it's there, which is a big step forward. In fact, it actually looks good. The included lock is cleverly designed and the whole thing feels solid and well-built. The install instructions are simple, visual and clear (the locking instructions themselves aren't quite as good, but not horrible). Cons: I still hate having to use a key for the lock (rather than a combination lock). If I lose the key, my laptop is…

    I just got mine on Friday and here are my initial thoughts: Take an iPad and make it smaller, thinner and lighter and you've got an iPad mini. The experience is really just about identical. OK, 50-sec onds left: Q. Is it as light and thin as you thought it would be? A. Actually, it's thinner and lighter than I was expecting. If actually feels lighter than my iPhone 5. Once you use it, and then pick up your old iPad, the old one feels like a brick (which it never did to me before, but it sure does now). Q. What about the lack of Retina display? A. I thought this would bother me, but you really have to be looking for a difference to notice it at this smaller size. Everybody I've shown it to was surprised at how good the screen looked…

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