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Ryders Roam Glasses with Fyre Tech - Review

These days there are a lot of options available for those that prefer to don eyewear when riding their bike and Ryders is a name that is typically synonymous with decent quality eyewear for a good price. But the Canadian brand is also capable of packing quite a bit of technology into their glasses and that’s precisely what they’ve done with the Fyre lens line. The Roam glasses with Fyre lenses feature a number of new technologies in an effort to enhance a rider's vision on the trails.Ryders...

SLR Magic Cine Lenses (E-Mount) Review

Filmmaker Charlie Watts takes the 35mm, 50mm and 75mm SLR Magic cine lenses out for some golden-hour filming with his Sony A7sWhen most of us think of a “cine” lens, we think of big expensive glass that’s built for the film and commercial industry. However, since the birth of the Canon EOS 5D more than ten years ago, filmmaking equipment has continued to become more compact and affordable.I’ve always prided myself on not letting my gear or my budgets get in the way of creating. These set of...

Film Review: An edgeless satire in George Clooney's 'Suburbicon'

Review: An edgeless satire in George Clooney's 'Suburbicon'The perfect veneer of 1950s suburban life is just a mask for the deep rot and hypocrisy festering underneath the trimmed lawns in George Clooney's "Suburbicon," a derivative and somewhat edgeless satire with some compelling performances nonetheless.Clooney directs a script credited to Joel and Ethan Coen, himself and Grant Heslov about a model community, Suburbicon, that promises a perfect suburban existence: a parcel of property for...