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Last Chance! Get 10 Great Mac Apps With The Summer 2013 Mac Bundle [Deals]

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The summer season isn’t traditionally associated with productivity. It’s a time where we relax, go on holidays, and spend more time in the great outdoors. But this is also a great time of year where you can make your Mac more efficient through the use of apps that can take your productivity to a new level.

That’s why Cult of Mac Deals has assembled The Summer 2013 Mac Bundle, featuring Parallels and 9 other killer Mac apps – and you can get it for only $49.99 for a limited time.

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Ending Soon! The DSLR Camera Course Bundle

Ending Soon! The DSLR Camera Course Bundle

The iPhone is fast becoming one of the most – if not the most – used cameras on the planet. But serious photographers know that nothing really beats a DSLR in terms of quality – and any serious hobbyist knows that as well. So if you’re looking to get some superior shooting, then learning how to use a DSLR camera is a must. And for those who already have a DSLR camera, I’m betting that you’re probably not using it to its full potential.

You’re not alone…I’m in the same boat. That’s why this latest Cult of Mac Deals offer is so huge. You’ll get two online courses that will help you achieve DSLR mastery and take your digital photography skills to new heights – and all for just $39!

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Ending Soon! The Mac Photo Bundle [Deals]

Ending Soon! The Mac Photo Bundle [Deals]

We’re at the time of year where we’re shooting tons of photos. Whether it’s at a family gathering, capturing wintry landscapes, or admiring decorations adorning houses in your neighbourhood, taking photos is definitely on the agenda. But taking photos isn’t enough – you want to make them look as appealing as possible, and Cult of Mac Deals has assembled The Mac Photo Bundle to help you get more out of every photo you take.

And it can be yours for a limited time – all 5 apps – for just $25!

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How To Master Your DSLR Camera And Digital Photography Skills [Deals]

How To Master Your DSLR Camera And Digital Photography Skills [Deals]

The iPhone is fast becoming one of the most – if not the most – used cameras on the planet. But serious photographers know that nothing really beats a DSLR in terms of quality – and any serious hobbyist knows that as well. So if you’re looking to get some superior shooting, then learning how to use a DSLR camera is a must. And for those who already have a DSLR camera, I’m betting that you’r probably not using it to its full potential.

You’re not alone…I’m in the same boat. That’s why this latest Cult of Mac Deals offer is so huge. You’ll get two online courses that will help you achieve DSLR mastery and take your digital photography skills to new heights – and all for just $39!

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The Gary Fong Puffer Makes Your DSLR Popup Flash Better [Review]

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Nice and neat in the hot shoe: Gary Fong's Puffer

The Gary Fong Puffer ($22) has one function: diffuse your popup flash’s harsh light, making it softer, more eye-pleasing, and eminently more usable. It mostly delivers on that promise, but will it cure my distain for actually using popup flash? Doubtful.

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Battle Of The Specs: The Nikon D4 Vs. The Canon EOS-1D X

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Nikon Rumors has put out a good comparison chart showing the differences between Canon and Nikon’s new flagship D-SLRs, the Canon EOS 1D X and the Nikon D4. Specs-wise, the cameras look quite similar, but there are some notable differences.

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Control Nikon’s New Flagship D-SLR, The D4, With Your iPhone or iPad [Video]

So by now you may have heard that Nikon’s flagship pro D-SLR, the D4, is real and will be on the floors of CES. The new features of this new drool-worthy machine are numerous, but one that immediately caught my eye was its ability to be controlled remotely by an iPhone or iPad — wow! I don’t think anyone saw that coming.

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