Redditor ‘unwraps’ iconic Apollo 11 image, showing Buzz Aldrin’s perspective for first time

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Michael Ranger, known as rg1213 on Reddit, used this famous image of Buzz Aldrin on the Moon from the Apollo 11 mission as captured by Neil Armstrong, to essentially ‘see’ what Armstrong saw. Credit: NASA Since Buzz Aldrin’s visor is … Read More

Slideshow: Winners of the 2021 iPhone Photography Awards

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Winners of the 2021 iPhone Photography Awards Recently, winners and finalists for the 14th annual iPhone Photography Awards (IPPA) were announced. The competition received thousands of submissions from 140 countries. Winning entries represent 17 countries in a variety of categories … Read More

Pelican releases new ‘Rugged Camera Lens Cover’ for keeping your lenses protected on the go

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Pelican, who’s most known in the photography world for its protective carrying solutions for camera equipment, has teamed up with CM Brands to release a new Pelican Outdoor series, which includes a new silicon lens cover, not unlike the KUVRD … Read More

Film Fridays: Loving and hating the Kiev 60 TTL – a quirky Soviet medium format knockoff

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Photos: Michael Elliott / 35mmc In this week’s Film Friday, photographer Michael Elliot describes his love/hate relationship with the mechanically quirky Kiev 60 TTL, a Soviet-era medium format evolution/knockoff of the East German Pentacon Six. Manufactured in Ukraine from 1984 … Read More

After a month of being offline, Hubble captures images showing off two ‘oddball’ galaxies

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Following a computer anomaly aboard Hubble, which took a month to fix, NASA has released a pair of new images to demonstrate the spacecraft’s return to full scientific operations. Hubble’s scientific operations restarted on July 17 at 1:18 pm EDT. … Read More

Video: Drone operator helps rescue fisherman he saw being attacked by a shark

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Matt Woods was relaxing on his balcony in Bondi Beach, Australia, when he decided to launch his DJI Mavic 2 Zoom drone and capture some footage. To his horror, he discovered a lone spear fisherman in the water using a … Read More

Capture One 21 update released, adds new Magic Brush, improved Exporter and more

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Capture One has released the latest update to Capture One 21, bringing the photo editing software to version 14.3.0. The new update adds new and improved features, expanded capabilities, bug fixes and new camera and lens support. Key new features … Read More

Slideshow: 2021 World Landscape Photographer competition winners

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Over 1,400 photographers entered the 2021 World Landscape Photographer competition, with 6,512 total images being submitted for judging. When all was said and done, only six images were award prizes, including the overall winning image titled ‘Atlantic Winter Storm meets … Read More

DJI Air 2S vs. Mavic Air 2: which one is right for you?

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It’s a great time to be a drone buyer. Just over a year ago, DJI launched the Mavic Air 2, a model released with several significant milestones. In particular, it was the first Mavic drone to offer 4K/60p video, 48MP … Read More

Corning’s new DX and DX+ glass composite materials plan to improve smartphone cameras, starting with Samsung

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Corning has developed a new glass composite material that it claims will both reduce scratching and improve light transmission for smartphone camera systems. Gorilla Glass DX and DX+ use multi-layer coatings on the front of the optical elements of the … Read More

Negative Supply’s LM1 is a stylish, compact all-metal digital light meter

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Negative Supply has launched a pocket-sized digital light meter on Kickstarter, the LM1. The LM1 is designed to measure ambient light, aiding in accurate exposures, and it also measures color temperature, aiding in determining which filters or film stocks to … Read More

Video: Hasselblad shows how it produces, tests its X System medium format cameras

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Hasselblad has released the third video in its ongoing ‘Hasselblad Home’ series, showcasing how the Swedish company produces and tests its X System medium format cameras inside its Gothenburg headquarters. Throguhout the four-minute video, Hasselblad shows the five-step production and … Read More

Zeiss ZX1 review

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Introduction Studio product photography by Dan Bracaglia The Zeiss ZX1 is the first-ever digital camera to come with Adobe Lightroom Mobile built-in, encouraging you to shoot, edit and upload images from a single device. It has a 37.4MP full-frame sensor, … Read More

Pergear announces $229 60mm F2.8 2x macro lens for APS-C camera systems

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Pergear has announced the release of a new APS-C 60mm F2.8 Ultra-Macro lens for Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems. The lens is constructed of 11 elements in eight groups, has a 2x … Read More

Tamron announces 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III-A2 VC VXD for Sony E mount and Fujifilm X mount

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Tamron has just announced the 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III-A2 VC VXD – a superzoom lens for APS-C, which will be available for both Sony E mount and (for the first time) Fujifilm X mount. Covering a zoom range equivalent to … Read More

Adobe brings native Apple silicon support, automated Speech to Text transcription to Premiere Pro

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Adobe has announced the July release for Premiere Pro, bringing with it a new Speech to Text captioning tool, native Apple silicon support and more. Before diving into the new Speech to Text feature, it’s worth noting Premiere Pro 15.4 … Read More

Canon announces ambitious plans for equipment and support for pros at Tokyo 2020

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Canon Inc. and Canon Marketing Japan Inc. have announced their plans for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games. Canon will set up a photo service center for professional photographers at the Main Press Center (MPC). The MPC is … Read More

Canon revises 2021 financial forecast, suggests camera, lens and printer sales are recovering faster than expected

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A Canon assembly line Meister (her badge tells us she’s been a Meister for 17 years) works on the front assembly of a telephoto prime lens. Taken by DPReview in 2017. Canon Global has revised its financial forecast for its … Read More

Whitewater kayaking: Shooting with DJI drones and gimbals at the North Fork Championship

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Every year, elite kayakers from around the world race down the whitewater rapids of the Payette river in Idaho, competing at the North Fork Championship. We’re here with drone pilot and gimbal specialist Alex Emberlin and production company A-Cam Aerials, … Read More

Nikon Japan: Some Z fc camera shipments delayed, 28mm F2.8 orders delayed indefinitely

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Nikon Japan has announced its Nikkor Z 28mm F2.8 Special Edition lens is being delayed indefinitely, due to supply constraints. It’s also confirmed the release date for the first batch of its Z fc mirrorless camera, but notes it too … Read More

Video: 3D printed film canister and Raspberry Pi camera can turn an old film camera into a digital camera

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If you have an old analog camera that you don’t mind modifying, you can turn it into a digital camera for less than $50. YouTuber befinitiv converted an old Cosina Hi-Lite film camera into a digital camera using a 3D … Read More

This one of a kind Leica prototype 17mm F2 lens can be yours—if you have $50,000 on hand

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The Leica Store Lisse in the Netherlands has added a one-of-a-kind Leica lens to its impressive collection, a Leica/Hughes Leitz 17mm F2 fisheye lens. It’s the only known example of this lens, which was made in Canada – more on … Read More

TTArtisan releases $150 7.5mm F2 fisheye APS-C lens for 7 camera mounts

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TTartisans has released a new 7.5mm F2 fisheye lens for a long list of mirrorless camera systems. The lens is constructed of 11 elements in eight groups, including two low-dispersion elements and three high-refractive index elements. It features a minimum … Read More

Pulitzer Prize-winning Reuters photojournalist, Danish Siddiqui, killed in Afghanistan

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Danish Siddiqui, a Pulitzer Prize-winning Indian photojournalist for Reuters, was killed on assignment in Afghanistan earlier today. Siddiqui was traveling with a convoy of Afghan forces, near a border post in Pakistan, when an ambush by Taliban militants killed him … Read More

Fujifilm XF 18mm F1.4 sample gallery

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We’ve been out shooting with a production copy of the Fujifilm XF 18mm F1.4 R LM WR. It delivers impressive optical performance and a great hands-on experience. Check out our sample gallery to judge image quality for yourself. View our … Read More

Nikon Z fc vs Fujifilm X-T30: which is the better retro APS-C camera?

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Fujifilm has built its X-series brand around cameras that offer classic looks and traditional controls but have the latest camera technologies at their hearts. Nikon’s new Z fc looks to do something similar, but takes a slight different approach and … Read More

Apple M1 iMac vs. Intel PC for photo/video

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Mac and Windows users have been fighting since the beginning of the computer age. In this episode of DPReview TV, Jordan and his iMac battle Chris and his Windows laptop to see which is best for photo and video editing. … Read More

Laowa unveils $499 14mm F4 Zero-D lens for EF, F mount camera systems

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Venus Optics has announced the release of the Laowa 14mm F4 Zero-D lens for Canon and Nikon DSLR camera systems. The lens is constructed of 13 elements in 10 elements, including two extra-low dispersion ale nets and two aspherical elements. … Read More

Laowa unveils $499 14mm F4 Zero-D lens for Canon EF, Nikon F mount camera systems

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Venus Optics has announced the release of the Laowa 14mm F4 Zero-D lens for Canon and Nikon DSLR camera systems. The lens is constructed of 13 elements in 10 elements, including two extra-low dispersion elements and two aspherical elements. Like … Read More

Updated: Nikon Z fc pre-production sample gallery

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The Nikon Z fc is due to start shipping soon, and while we wait for a final production sample to review, we’ve been adding images to our previously published gallery of JPEG samples. In addition to a variety of images … Read More

Kickstarter: Fjorden grip for iPhone adds physical camera controls to your smartphone

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Norwegian company Fjorden has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Fjorden, the ‘world’s first pocketable, professional iPhone camera grip.’ Mobile photography is a big deal. iPhone photos have been featured on the covers of major publications, including Vogue, National Geographic … Read More

Film Fridays: Unsung heroes of the modern film era – Michael Butkus Jr. and his camera manual library

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The cover of one of the thousands of film camera user manuals available on Butkus.org, free of charge. In this week’s Fim Friday, I want to call out one of the unsung heroes of the modern film photography era – … Read More

RØDE’s new $25 Thread Adapter ensures you’re never without the right mounting screw

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Every once in a while a company will come out with something that makes you ask yourself ‘How has no one thought of that before?’ Well, today, that company is RØDE and the product is the Thread Adapter. Although a … Read More

Sigma fp L initial review

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Product shots by Dan Bracaglia Updated July 15, 2021 with video quality analysis The Sigma fp L is a high-resolution development of the company’s compact full-frame interchangeable lens camera. It gains a 61MP BSI CMOS sensor, providing a more stills-focused … Read More

Cosina unveils $700 Voigtlander Nokton 35mm F1.2 for Fujifilm X system cameras

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Cosina has announced its new Voigtlander Nokton 35mm F1.2 lens for Fujifilm X series camera systems. While this lens features the same focal length and aperture as its M-mount equivalent, it features a different optical design and construction specifically for … Read More

behind the scenes: The gear we use to make

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Want to know what it takes to film a typical DPReview TV episode? Jordan walks through his complete kit – at least until the camera they’re shooting this week’s episode with overheats. Source link

A photographer’s guide to buying a smartphone

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For many of us, smartphones have arguably become just as much cameras as they communication devices. While some companies put more emphasis on photography features than others, there are dozens of options out there and a lot of jargon, making … Read More

Ricoh announces HD Pentax-DA* 16-50mm F2.8 lens, set to go on sale in August for $1,400

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Ricoh Imaging has announced the HD Pentax-DA* 16–50mm F2.8 ED PLM AW lens, the latest lens in its Pentax Star (*) lineup that’s designed for APS-C Pentax K-mount DSLRs. The all-weather (AW) lens offers a 24.5-76.5mm full-frame equiv. focal length … Read More

Razer announces new Blade 15 and 17 with most powerful Intel processor ever in a Razer laptop

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Razer has announced a refresh to its Razer Blade 15 and Blade 17 laptop line. The new notebooks include Intel’s latest processor family, the 11th-generation Core H. The new Blade models also have improved GPUs, with an optional upgrade to … Read More

JPEG XL image format promises smaller files, backwards compatibility and more

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JPEG, the lossy compression standard for images used on the Internet and digital cameras, might receive a much-needed upgrade by year’s end. The creators of JPEG XL claim their free open-source format offers up improvements that will result in a … Read More

2021 Apple M1 iMac (24-inch) Review: The best ‘starter’ Mac for creators

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Introduction The new M1 iMac is a sleek, stylish and surprisingly affordable photo and video editing machine. Photo by DL Cade First, the elephant in the room: the redesigned 24-inch iMac was not created for photographers and video editors. It’s … Read More

Sony reveals 21MP Four Thirds stacked CMOS sensor capable of 120 fps full-width readout

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Sony Semiconductor Solutions has published a product information sheet detailing the specifications for the IMX472-AAJK, a 21.46MP Four Thirds stacked CMOS image sensor. As it stands, this is the first known instance of a stacked CMOS sensor for Four Thirds-sized … Read More

Apple granted patent for periscope camera module that would give future iPhones 3x optical ‘zoom’

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted Apple a patent relating to a periscope camera system that we could one day see inside an iPhone. UPSTO patent number 11,061,213 lays out the framework for a folded camera … Read More

SmugMug Source is a new, AI-powered RAW file management service from SmugMug

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SmugMug has announced a new addition to its platform, SmugMug Source. The new add-on is a RAW file management service, allowing photographers to store and access their entire photo library from any device anywhere in the world. With the addition … Read More

What it’s like shooting Sigma’s $26K 200-500mm F2.8 ‘bazooka’ lens on a Sony a7 III

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Editor’s note: There may be a few sections of the video that are considered NSFW, but there is no nudity or swearing. Keep this in mind before watching the video (you can skip to the 42-second mark to bypass the … Read More

Canon EOS M50 Mark II Review

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Introduction The EOS M50 Mark II is a compact and easy to use mirrorless camera with a 24MP APS-C sensor. It features only modest upgrades compared to its predecessor, but it comes in at an attractive price point with pleasing … Read More

Photo agency refuses to return copyright to photographer, claims journalists don’t have copyright protection

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Do photographers own the rights to their images? This is the question at the center of a legal battle between photographer Francisco Leong and his former employer, Agence France-Press (AFP). Leong, a Lisbon, Portugal-based photojournalist, had worked under contract for … Read More

New FTC rule will penalize companies making false ‘Made in USA’ claims on their products

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On July 1st, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a new rule that will penalize companies making false or misleading claims about where their products are manufactured. As a result, marketing departments slapping the ‘Made in USA’ label on their … Read More

Nikon NIKKOR Z MC 50mm F2.8 sample gallery

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The Nikon NIKKOR Z MC 50mm F2.8 is a standard prime lens for Nikon’s Z-system, offering true macro reproduction of 1:1 at its shortest focus distance. As well as being a capable macro tool, given its focal length and light … Read More

Apple still hasn’t made a truly ‘Pro’ M1 Mac – so what’s the holdup?

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The in-house developed M1 architecture that powers Apple’s latest machines allows them to be sleek and power-efficient, but there are still some things it can’t offer professional users. Photo by DL Cade Ever since Apple unveiled the M1 System on … Read More

Yongnuo’ new Android 10-powered MFT camera features 20MP sensor, 5” touchscreen display

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Yongnuo has announced yet another intriguing mirrorless camera option, the YN455. This Android-based, Snapdragon-powered Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera is currently only available in the Chinese market, but it’s possible we could begin to see it elsewhere, as was the … Read More

Slideshow: Winners of All About Photo’s AAP Magazine #18 B&W competition

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Winners of All About Photo’s AAP Magazine #18 B&W competition All About Photo’s AAP Magazine recently announced the winners for their #18 – B&W competition. The 25 winners come from 13 countries. Amongst the winners and merited images are portraits, … Read More

Panasonic Leica DG 25-50mm F1.7 sample gallery (DPReview TV)

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Chris and Jordan have spent a few days with a pre-production sample of the new Panasonic Leica DG 25-50mm F1.7 up in Canada. They’ve taken it out and about everywhere from the streets of downtown Calgary to more intimate social … Read More

DPReview TV: Choosing the right large tripod – Gitzo, Manfrotto, Leofoto and Sirui tripods compared

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Published Jul 10, 2021 | dpreview staff Chris and Jordan review four large tripods: the Gitzo GT2532, Sirui W2204, Leofoto LQ-284C, and Chris’ battle-worn Manfrotto 055MF4. What if you don’t want one of the models in this review? In addition … Read More

HD Pentax-FA 43mm F1.9 Limited sample gallery

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Published Jul 10, 2021 | dpreview staff Back in February, Ricoh released three HD Pentax-FA Limited lenses for K-mount DSLR cameras: the HD Pentax-FA 31mm F1.8 Limited, HD Pentax-FA 43mm F1.9 Limited and HD Pentax-FA 77mm F1.8 Limited. These three … Read More

Norway passes law requiring influencers to label retouched photos on social media

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Legislators in Norway’s Parliament have passed a new law, by a 72-15 vote, that will require content creators to disclose when they have retouched or added a filter to a photo. Yahoo News reports that the law will apply to … Read More

Jeremy Cowart unveils the ‘Lightograph,’ calls it ‘the next evolution of the photograph’

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Photographer Jeremy Cowart has created the ‘Lightograph.’ Cowart calls his patent-pending creation ‘the next evolution of the photograph’ and states that the Lightograph is ‘the evolution of light through a still photograph.’ Cowart points out that a Lightograph is not … Read More

Warning: Report suggests Apple’s 5th Gen Time Capsules susceptible to HDD failure

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If you use one of Apple’s Time Capsule devices to backup your computer and data, you might want to switch to another backup solution. German data recovery company Datenrettung has published a report detailing a potential issue that could cause … Read More

Opinion: Ode to the ‘happy accident’ or why film photographers have more fun

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An issue with my camera’s film advance is likely what lead to this partial double exposure – a small gift from the universe. There are a lot of reasons to love shooting film: the look of the medium, the organic … Read More

ACDSee releases free beta of Gemstone, its brand-new Photoshop competitor

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ACD Systems, the maker of image software like Photo Studio and Photo Editor, has launched a free beta version of its all-new photo editing software, Gemstone. Gemstone is a new standalone multi-document interface, similar to Adobe Photoshop. Gemstone features a … Read More

Slideshow: Winners of the 2021 Audubon Photography awards

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The winners and runners up have been announced for the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards, now in its twelfth year. 2,416 photographers from all 50 United States, Washington D.C., and 10 Canadian provinces and territories submitted 8,770 photos and 261 videos. … Read More

Canon brings C-Log 3, dual-card recording to R6 and 1D X Mark III cameras via firmware updates

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Canon has released new firmware updates for its EOS 1D X Mark III DSLR and EOS R6 mirrorless camera systems. The substantial updates bring, amongst other bug fixes and improvements, the ability to record video in Canon Log 3 and … Read More

Panasonic launches Leica DG Vario-Summilux 25-50mm F1.7 ASPH

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Panasonic has announced the Leica DG Vario-Summilux 25-50mm F1.7 ASPH, a fast short-telephoto zoom for the Micro Four Thirds system. The 25-50mm is designed to work alongside the existing 10-25mm F1.7 zoom, adding fast-aperture coverage to a 50-100mm equivalent range. … Read More

DPReview TV: Panasonic Leica 25-50mm F1.7 review

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Published Jul 8, 2021 dpreview staff The Panasonic Leica DG 25-50mm F1.7 is a perfect companion for one of Jordan’s favorite video lenses, the Panasonic 10-25mm F1.7. Find out why he likes it so much, and why Chris thinks it’s … Read More

Panasonic Leica 25-50mm F1.7 ASPH sample gallery (pre-production)

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Published Jul 8, 2021 dpreview staff The Panasonic Leica 25-50mm F1.7 ASPH is a high-quality zoom lens for Micro Four Thirds, aimed as much at videographers as stills photography shooters. Offering a bright maximum aperture and a 50-100mm (equivalent) zoom … Read More

Hands-on with the new Panasonic Leica 25-50mm F1.7 ASPH

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The Panasonic Leica DG Vario-Summilux 25-50mm F1.7 ASPH is Panasonic’s latest lens for the Micro Four Thirds system. It covers a slightly unusual 50-100mm equivalent range and maintains an F1.7 maximum aperture throughout. But it makes immediate sense once set … Read More

Video: Timelapse series show astronauts installing solar array on International Space Station

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The European Space Agency (ESA) has shared a timelapse video showing a spacewalk to install a new solar array on the International Space Station using images captured by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut and Space Station commander Akihiko Hoshide. … Read More

Fujifilm discontinues Velvia 100 in US after new EPA regulations

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Fujifilm has announced it will no longer sell Fujichrome Velvia 100 in the United States due to regulations put in place by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The announcement, posted to Fujifilm’s website, cites a new regulation under the Toxic … Read More

Darktable 3.6 released, adds significant usability and performance improvements

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The darktable team has announced its second summer feature release, bringing darktable to version 3.6. The latest update is the first of two planned feature releases, with the second intended to come out this winter. Darktable hopes to release a … Read More

Nikon NIKKOR Z 28mm F2.8 (SE) sample gallery

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The NIKKOR Z 28mm F2.8 (SE) is a compact wideangle prime lens for Nikon’s Z-system, styled to recall classic Nikkor designs of the manual focus era and weighing in at only 160g (5.7 oz). Billed by Nikon as ‘fast, fun … Read More

Video: Photographer captures a spacewalk as the ISS transits the Sun

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Photographer Joel Kowsky captured an amazing sight on June 25. Kowsky photographed the International Space Station (ISS) crossing the Sun’s face while a pair of astronauts, Thomas Pesquet and Shane Kimbrough, were spacewalking outside the ISS. You may find Pesquet’s … Read More

Video: A ‘Retro Review’ of Nikon’s first consumer digital camera, the Coolpix 100

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Gordon Laing, Editor of Camera Labs, is back again with another installment of Retro Review. This time, he’s taking a look at the Coolpix 100, Nikon’s first consumer digital camera released back in 1996. In the ten-minute review, Laing shows … Read More

PSA: Western Digital security issues go beyond the My Book Live series

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You may recall that a couple of weeks ago, we wrote about a security risk associated with Western Digital My Book Live NAS hard drive units. Users reported their web-connected hard drives were completely wiped with no means of recovering … Read More

May 2021 CIPA data: the COVID-19 recovery continues with stabilization on the horizon

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The Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA) has released its data for May 2021. While the global economy is still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic (and the numerous variants now spreading), a recovery of the photography market is … Read More

Updated: Nikon Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S sample gallery

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Published Jul 6, 2021 | dpreview staff The Nikon Nikkor Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S is a short telephoto macro prime lens for the company’s full-frame mirrorless Z mount. Offering several upgrades over previous generations, the new Z 105mm … Read More

Rafting the Grand Canyon with Joey Schusler and the Tamron 70-300mm F4.5-6.3 Di III RXD

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Published Jul 6, 2021 | Sponsored content, created with the support of Amazon and Tamron The Tamron 70-300 F4.5-6.3 Di RXD III is a high-performance telephoto zoom lens for Sony’s E-mount. Its compact design measures in at just 147mm (5.8”) … Read More

Yongnuo releases $398 YN 85mm F1.8R DF DSM autofocus lens for Canon EOS R cameras

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Yongnuo has unveiled its new YN 85mm F1.8R DF DSM lens for Canon RF mount mirrorless camera systems. The lens appears to be all but identical to the company’s YN85mm F1.8S DF DSM lens for Sony E mount camera systems. … Read More

Roger Cicala: Imaging before photography – a history lesson (Part 1)

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I love talking about historical times because they’re weird, chaotic, and often make no sense. But they were fun. Today we efficiently build amazing buildings 160 stories high. But nobody puts gargoyles on them anymore. Nobody puts secret codes in … Read More

Beginner’s guide to buying a camera for video

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With the development of mirrorless camera technology, the distinction between photo-taking devices and video cameras has become further blurred. Today, there are plenty of mirrorless stills/video cameras available that can shoot footage comparable to the standard of professional video tools, … Read More

Evolving my camera system for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the Galapagos

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My last bucket list trip, taken right before joining DPReview in 2013, was a cruise around the bottom of South America, with several days spent in Antarctica, pictured here. Photos taken with the Canon EOS 7D. Fourteen months ago I … Read More

Canon RF 600mm F11 IS STM sample gallery

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Chris and Jordan spent time at the beautiful Calgary Zoo while shooting their video review of the Canon RF 600mm F11 IS STM. Check out the gallery above to see how the lens performed in the real world. Birds, spiders, … Read More

Is the Canon RF 600mm F11 the perfect beginner’s wildlife lens?

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Chris turns a trip to Calgary Zoo into something of a safari, as he reviews the Canon RF 600mm F11 USM as a wildlife lens. Its long focal length and relatively modest price make it an attractive option for birding … Read More

Instagram alienates photography community after CEO’s recent statement

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Recently, the head of Instagram, Adam Mosseri, publicly stated that the focus for the popular photo-sharing app, owned by Facebook, is shifting toward video going forward. Feeling alienated, some photographers are moving on to Twitter to share their work and … Read More

Researchers use iPhone 5 camera and LEGO to create affordable high-resolution microscope

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There are millions of old and outdated iPhones collecting dust. Researchers in Germany have found a way to turn some of those old iPhones, specifically an iPhone 5 camera module, into affordable microscopes for young students. Using LEGO, an iPhone … Read More

Film Fridays: Pentax ES II – the simple camera used to capture one of rock and roll’s most iconic photos

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KosmoFoto’s Stephen Dowling had the pleasure of running into Pennie Smith – the photographer behind the Clash’s iconic ‘London Calling’ cover photo – at a concert in 2007. Lo and behold, they were the only two photographers in the photo … Read More

No need to ‘Refresh’ for new info, Mini SE drone details published the DJI Brasil website

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DJI’s Mini SE drone, which first appeared on Walmart’s website and store shelves last month, was touted as the Chinese manufacturer’s most affordable drone to date with a $299 price tag. While details available at the time revealed it was … Read More

Sekonic celebrates 70th anniversary with a limited-edition, retro-inspired light meter

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Light and color measuring company Sekonic is to release a limited edition burgundy and gold light meter to celebrate its 70th year in business. Only 700 of the L-398A Studio Deluxe lll 70th Anniversary edition meters will be made and … Read More

New VSCO filters digitally recreate the signature look of infrared photography

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Lead image credit: Earlington, VSCO VSCO has announced simulated infrared filters. These filters aim to recreate the signature look of infrared photography digitally. Before diving into VSCO’s creation, what is infrared photography? Infrared, or IR, light is beyond the spectrum … Read More

Google’s Wing launches a free app in the United States to help drone pilots legally fly

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Wing, owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet, recently launched a free app to help remote pilots legally fly their drones. OpenSky first appeared in 2019 when Wing was running drone delivery trials in Canberra, Australia’s capital city, and suburban areas. … Read More

The vivo X60 Pro+ might be the best smartphone out there for photographers – if you can find one

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Have you ever wondered what would happen if a smartphone manufacturer put nearly all of its research and development funds into developing the ultimate camera system for its flagship device? The resulting phone might look a lot like the vivo … Read More

Nikon will no longer include USB-C charger with its Z7, Z7 II mirrorless camera systems

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Nikon EH-7P charger Nikon Japan has announced, via a product notice, that its Z7 and Z7 II camera systems will no longer come with the previously-included EH-7P AC power adapter, due to issues with sourcing components as a result of … Read More

Parrot’s new Anafi AI drone features 4G connectivity and an insect-inspired design

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European drone company Parrot is releasing a new drone, the Anafi AI, in the second half of 2021. Notably, it’s the first to use 4G as a main data link between the drone and remote—effectively doing away with transmission limitations. … Read More

China shares video of its Zhurong Rover landing on Mars, marking country’s first time on Martian surface

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There’s a new space race, and it’s taking place on Mars. NASA’s Perseverance rover isn’t the only new rover on the Red Planet in 2021. China has its own rover exploring the surface, Zhurong, and China has published new photos, … Read More

Pentax 77mm F1.8 Limited sample gallery

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Back in February, Ricoh released three HD Pentax-FA Limited lenses for K-mount DSLR cameras: the HD Pentax-FA 31mm F1.8 Limited, HD Pentax-FA 43mm F1.9 Limited and HD Pentax-FA 77mm F1.8 Limited. These three lenses feature the same optical construction as … Read More

Want to know more about the Nikon Z fc? Come and ask us (almost) anything on Reddit

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We’ve still a pre-production Nikon Z fc, so let us know if there are any details you’d like to check out. Are you curious to know more about the new Nikon Z fc? Are there any obscure details or inquiries … Read More

New Sony a1 firmware update (version 1.10) addresses EVF and IBIS issues some users were experiencing

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Sony has released a firmware update for its a1 camera that addresses, amongst other things, in-body image stabilization (IBIS) and electronic viewfinder (EVF) blackout issues some users have been experiencing. Before getting to the new details of the version 1.10 … Read More

Hands-on with Nikon’s NIKKOR Z 28mm F2.8 Special Edition

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Nikon has just announced the NIKKOR Z 28mm F2.8 (SE) lens. The ‘SE’ in the name stands for Special Edition, as this is a re-styled version of the 28mm lens that’s already been announced, though not yet released, and has … Read More

Canon launches RF 14-35mm F4 L IS USM wide-angle zoom lens

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The new wide-angle lens is designed for use within the expanding family of EOS R full-frame mirrorless cameras, including the upcoming EOS R3, currently in development. Whether you capture stills, video, or like many creatives today – both – this … Read More

Nikon Z fc Initial Review

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Nikon’s Z fc is an APS-C mirrorless camera that combines Nikon’s new Z lens mount with looks and controls that recall the company’s classic FM and FE-series film SLRs. The Z fc is the second crop-sensor Nikon camera to use … Read More

Nikon announces Z fc style-focused APS-C mirrorless camera

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Nikon has officially launched the Z fc, a 21MP APS-C format mirrorless camera than recalls the styling of its classic FM and FE film SLRs, but uses the company’s current Z lens mount. The Z fc shares many components with … Read More

Nikon announces NIKKOR Z 28mm F2.8 (SE) and development of Z DX 18-140mm F3.5-6.3 VR

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Alongside the new retro-styled Z fc and its vintage-inspired (but optically identical to the existing version) 16-50mm kit zoom, Nikon has released a compact 28mm prime for full-frame and has also announced the development of a long-awaited 18-140mm zoom for … Read More

Hands-on with the Nikon Z fc

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Nikon has just announced its newest Z-mount mirrorless camera, the retro-styled Z fc, and a silver edition of its 16-50mm F3.5-6.3 ‘pancake’ kit zoom to match. We’ve been fortunate enough to get our hands on pre-production copies of both, so … Read More

Nikon Z fc pre-production sample gallery

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We were fortunate enough to get our hands on the new Nikon Z fc mirrorless camera – as well as its 16-50mm F3.5-6.3 VR and 28mm F2.8 SE lenses – a few days prior to launch. We braved the 100°F … Read More

Nikon Z fc hands-on preview

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In this hands-on preview, Chris and Jordan compare the new Nikon Z fc to the classic Nikon film SLRs that inspired it. Source link

How did NASA’s Perseverance rover capture its first selfie on Mars with Ingenuity? This is how.

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NASA’s Perseverance rover has been touring the Red Planet since it landed on Mars earlier this year. In late March, Perseverance sent back a selfie. The rover captured another selfie with the Ingenuity helicopter on April 6, the 46th sol … Read More

‘Sh*t Leica Photographers Say’ is a playful parody on the Leica-owner stereotype

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Editor’s note: Leica owners, consider this a trigger warning (the headline should tell you everything you need to know). Also, there is some language that may be considered inappropriate in this video. We certainly take our photography serious here at … Read More

Blackmagic RAW version 2.1 brings native Apple M1 support, improved Premiere Pro plugin

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Blackmagic Design has released version 2.1 of Blackmagic RAW, bringing with it native support for use on Apple’s M1 computers as well as expanded compatibility and improved performance. While BlackMagic Design updated DaVinci Resolve with native support for Apple’s M1 … Read More

Canon interview: ‘Development of compact devices supporting 8K is a very high priority’

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Go Tokura, Chief Executive, Image Communication Business Operations at Canon. Pictured here at the CP+ show in Yokohama, Japan, in 2016. As part of our ongoing series of executive interviews at major camera and lens companies, we talked recently with … Read More

What you need to know before buying your first lens

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Updated June 2021 A camera is nothing without a lens, and while the bundled ‘kit’ lenses sold with many interchangeable lens cameras (ILCs) are good enough to get started, they’re quite limiting. If you want to explore the full potential … Read More

F1.4 or F2.0? Which are the best Fujifilm primes?

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The guys at DPReview TV always go above and beyond to produce their videos. This video comparison of Fujifilm’s F1.4 and F2 primes show just how dedicated they are, with Chris powering through the pain after suffering a nasty injury. … Read More

PSA: If you use a Western Digital My Book Live HDD, disconnect it now

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If you use a Western Digital My Book Live, you want to disconnect it from the internet immediately. WD has advised customers to unplug My Book external hard drives from the web until further notice, as customers are reporting that … Read More

EarthCam collaborates with Sony on two new high-resolution timelapse cameras

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EarthCam, a provider of webcam technology and services used by the likes of NASA, CNN and Walt Disney Pictures, recently released two new high-resolution timelapse cameras. The company that famously created ‘The World’s Largest Photo of New York City’ to … Read More

See how the Sony FE 14mm F1.8 GM performs on a real estate photo shoot

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We know from our own experience that Sony’s FE 14mm F1.8 GM lens, with its fast aperture, is great for available light architectural and nightscape photography. But as it turns out, it’s an excellent choice for professional real estate photography, … Read More

Film Fridays: Review & samples: a rehoused Lomo 40mm F4 for Leica M-mount

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Why would you mount a seemingly ‘low quality’ Lomo lens on a fancy/high-end camera like a Leica rangefinder? Why not! There are quite a few affordable third-party Leica M-mount lenses out there, but few with as strange a story/pedigree as … Read More

Lexar developing SD Express & microSD Express cards, a format not yet supported by any camera

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Lexar has announced it’s currently developing a new line of SD Express and microSD Express cards, despite no camera currently supporting the standard. The cards, which use the SD 7.0 specification (PCIe 3.1 x 1 lane), will offer read and … Read More

NVIDIA Canvas is an AI-powered tool that turns your sketches into photorealistic scenes

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In March 2019, NVIDIA Research showed an AI-driven project, GauGAN, that used a deep learning model to convert simple doodles into photorealistic images. Over two years later, the technology is ready for showtime as NVIDIA Canvas. NVIDIA writes, ‘Use AI … Read More

Video: Smarter Every Day shows the science behind film development

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Alongside educational titles such as ‘Where Does NASA Keep Its Moon Rocks?’, ‘My Sister Got Malaria’ and ‘How To Poop On A Nuclear Submarine’, YouTube channel Smarter Every Day has released a new video that explains how film is constructed, … Read More

Super-tele sweet spot: Tamron 150-500mm F5-6.7 sample gallery

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The Tamron 150-500mm F5-6.7 Di III VC VXD is a well-built super-telephoto zoom that sits alongside Sigma’s 100-400mm F5-6.3 lens as well as Sony’s own 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 and 200-600mm F5.6-6.3 options. We took it out and about in Seattle in … Read More

Lensbaby announces new Obscura system, a modern take on pinhole photography

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Lensbaby is well known for its unusual lenses. However, as the company says, its latest product ‘isn’t a lens,’ but rather is an ‘extraordinary experience crafted in the origins of photography.’ Lensbaby’s latest product is Obscura. Lensbaby Obscura is a … Read More

FAA releases TRUST, free online training required for recreational pilots to fly legally

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may currently be struggling with LAANC authorization, but they’ve moved ahead with releasing TRUST (The Recreational UAS Safety Test) – a free online training program that pilots flying a drone recreationally are required to take … Read More

Slideshow: Winners of the International Portrait Photographer of the Year awards

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Recently, winners and finalists were announced for the inaugural International Portrait Photographer of the Year (IPPOTY) competition. Brought to you by the same organizers that put on the International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, IPPOTY received 948 submissions from … Read More

Apple updates iMovie and Final Cut Pro, improving stability and workflow

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It’s a good week for video editors. Adobe released a new beta for Premiere Pro, including a massive facelift to the app. Apple is in on the action, too, with updates to its video editing applications, including iMovie, Compressor, Motion … Read More

Sabrent unveils a 16TB Thunderbolt 3 SSD that offers speeds up to 2,500MB/s and costs $2,900

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Computer accessory manufacturer Sabrent has revealed the Rocket XTRM-Q, a 16 terabyte (TB) external Thunderbolt 3 SSD that offers read speeds up to 2,500MB/s and retails for $2,900. The Rocket XTRM-Q consists of two 8TB M.2 NVMe SSDs that can … Read More

Tamron 150-500mm F5-6.7 Di III VC VXD Review

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The Tamron 150-500mm F4-6.7 Di III VC VXD is a super-zoom lens for full-frame Sony E-mount bodies. It’s well-built, sharp and quick-to-focus. Learn what else Chris and Jordan thought about it in the DPReview TV review of the Tamron 150-500. … Read More

Panasonic announces HLG plug-in for Photoshop CC, adds Raw video modes to S-series cameras

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Panasonic has announced a plug-in that allows true-to-life HDR stills to be edited in Photoshop CC. Its S-series cameras can output high dynamic range images compatible with the Hybrid Log Gamma standard, but until now there’d been no easy way … Read More

Adobe Premiere Pro receives a major update aimed at today’s creator, available now in beta

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Today, Adobe announced a major revision to Premiere Pro, including a radically improved end-to-end experience. The new update introduces a refreshed import and export experience and a streamlined header bar. Adobe says the revision results in workflows being ‘easier to … Read More

Kolari Vision’s new R5 cooling mod doubles 8K recording time and improves recovery time

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Kolari Vision, a company known for its camera modifications, has unveiled what it claims to be the first commercially-available service for modifying Canon EOS R5 cameras so they can record nearly double the 8K footage and dramatically decrease the wait … Read More

LAANC is still down for drone operators, no word from FAA on when it’ll be back up

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) created Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC), a free service, to automate approvals, in real-time, for both commercial and recreational drone pilots looking to operate in controlled airspace. The program started out as a … Read More

PostPro’s Wand is a Lightroom plug-in that wants to take the guesswork out of culling event photos

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Surveys reveal that most event photographers spend an inordinate amount of time both editing and culling photos. PostPro created Wand, a plug-in for Adobe’s Lightroom that attempts to solve at least one of those problems. The program, which is now … Read More

The return of live music: Canon EOS M50 Mark II sample gallery update

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As we put the wraps on our final Canon EOS M50 Mark II review, we wanted to share some new samples with you from New York’s nightclubs to New York’s cats. Check out how the EOS M50 Mark II fares … Read More

Nikon NIKKOR Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S sample gallery

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The Nikon NIKKOR Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S is a short telephoto macro prime lens for Nikon’s full-frame mirrorless Z mount. Offering several upgrades over previous generations, the new Z 105mm is being pitched as a versatile prime lens … Read More

Autel’s new CEO promises transparency and change for the drone company

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Randall Warnas recently parted ways with FLIR, after serving as their Head of Global Industrial sUAS for several years, to become Autel Robotic’s new CEO. We’ve covered some of the drone manufacturer’s flagship products in the past, including the first-generation … Read More

This Leica M3 replica is only $89 (and made entirely of wood)

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If a genuine Leica camera is too rich for your wallet blood, this might be your next best option. It’s a wooden Leica M3 replica camera from Leica Rumors that will set you back just $89 — less than a … Read More

A tee box at this year’s US Open used 88 cameras to deliver ‘bullet-time’ replays

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The 2021 US Open golf tournament is underway at at Torrey Pines in California. This year, the tee box at the sixth hole included an array of 88 cameras to deliver slow-motion bullet-time replays of the pro golfers as they … Read More

What to know before buying your first interchangeable lens digital camera

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Why would I buy an interchangeable lens camera? Now that the cameras in smartphones have become so good, the question ‘why should I buy an interchangeable lens camera (ILC)’ ends up being very similar to the question ‘why would I … Read More

There can be only one: why isn’t the EOS R3 an EOS R1?

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Something is beginning to make me think Canon intends the EOS R3 to be a full-on pro sports camera. Time has a habit of eroding certainty like the sea lapping at the foreshore; something like that, anyway. The point being … Read More

Tripod head roundup

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Tripod heads aren’t the most exciting subject, but if you’re into shooting landscapes, wildlife or video, then having the right head will make your life a lot easier. In this episode, Chris discusses the pros and cons of each type … Read More

Video: Photographer uses a 4×5 large format camera and expired film for wildlife photography

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Austrian photographer Markus Hofstätter is known for his analog photography. He primarily works with the collodion wet plate process and primarily does portraiture. The educator and photographer has spent time during the pandemic getting out and exploring nature. At a … Read More

The absolute beginner’s guide to film photography: Uncommon film formats & types

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Aaron Gold A 126 format film cartridge loaded into the back of a Kodak Instamatic X-15 camera. Photo: Robert Couse-Baker Just as digital photography has multiple sensor sizes, film photography has multiple film formats and sizes, some of which are … Read More

Researchers propose ‘spaceplates’ to miniaturize lenses by reducing air gaps

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The addition of the spaceplate reduces the distance needed between the lens element and the sensor, thus allowing smaller lenses A lot of work has been done using high refractive index glasses, diffraction grating systems and lens element design to … Read More

Profoto launches Profoto Camera, a new app with built-in camera and ProfotoRAW file format

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Profoto has launched a new mobile application, Profoto Camera. The app, separate from the existing Profoto Control app, allows you to both control compatible Profoto lights and capture images in a new RAW format, Profoto RAW. Profoto Camera works with … Read More

Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG DN Art field review

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The Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG DN Art is a designed-for-mirrorless companion to the company’s first Global Vision lens, the 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Art from 2012. It’s available for both the L-mount shared by Leica, Panasonic and Sigma, as well … Read More

Leaked details about DJI’s Mini SE reveal it may be DJI’s most affordable drone yet

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DJI entered the sub-250g drone arena with the release of its original Mavic Mini drone back in November 2019. Compact, lightweight and easy to use, it’s aimed at beginners. The Mavic Mini had its limits, though, including 2.7K video and … Read More

Kickstarter: BAD Wrap is a flexible, padded waterproof wrap for your camera gear

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BAD Equipment, founded this year in Boulder, CO, has taken to Kickstarter to launch its first product, BAD Wrap. The BAD Wrap is a posable cover that provides flexible, form-fitting protection for your fragile equipment, including camera gear. BAD Wrap … Read More

Five best Fujifilm Film Situation modes

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One of our favorite features on Fujifilm cameras is their Film Simulation modes, which let you quickly adjust the color and tone of photographs. The always-opinionated Chris and Jordan have their own favorites, which they cover in this episode of … Read More

Kosmo Foto launches Kickstarter for a noir-inspired 35mm 400 ISO black-and-white film stock

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Kosmo Foto has announced the release of Agent Shadow, a noir-inspired ISO 400 panchromatic black-and-white 35mm film stock currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter. According to Kosmo Foto, ‘the film is made by one of the most famous names in film … Read More

This photograph illustrates how quickly the International Space Station orbits Earth

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The International Space Station (ISS) moves fast. Very fast. The modular space station has an orbital speed of 7.66 kilometers per second, which is roughly 17,100 mph. It takes the ISS a mere 92.68 minutes to orbit Earth, meaning it … Read More

Razer announces new Blade 14 laptop with AMD Ryzen 9 CPU, up to RTX 3080 GPU and more

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Electronics manufacturer Razer has announced its new Razer Blade 14 laptop as well as a forthcoming Razer Raptor 27 monitor set to be released later this year. Razer Blade 14 The Razer Blade 14 line has made its return, this … Read More

Full frame mirrorless lens guide 2021

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The move to mirrorless by some of the industry’s biggest players puts the focus on their new lens lineups. Updated June 11 2021 | Originally published April 2020 In this article, we’re going to have a look at Canon, Nikon, … Read More

Gitzo takes a battering for lack of communication over Légende tripod delays.

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Historic tripod manufacturer Gitzo is taking a beating in the comments section of its Indiegogo campaign page for the Légende tripod over a lack of communication with its customers regarding delays to deliveries. Gitzo cites an issue with packaging being … Read More

CIPA’s April 2021 data: Shipments are down, but the average price of camera units is steadily increasing

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The Camera and Imaging Products Association, better known as CIPA, has released its data for April 2021, detailing the current state of worldwide camera production and shipments. Usually, we compare CIPA’s statistics to the previous year as a year-over-year (YoY) … Read More

Interview: Olympus Educators Lisa and Tom Cuchara on how Olympus has transformed their outdoor photography

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Lisa and Tom Cuchera are photographers and Olympus Educators, based in Connecticut. Their work covers everything from weddings and infant portraiture, to bird and macro photography. Over the course of long careers, they’ve used various types and brands of camera … Read More

China’s Zhurong rover sends back its first images from the Martian surface, including an adorable selfie

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A ‘selfie’ of the Zhurong rover and Tianwen-1 lander taken by a remote camera. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) has released its first batch of images captured by its Zhurong rover, which was sent to the martian surface as … Read More

Head to Head: Apple Final Cut Pro vs Adobe Premiere Pro

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There are some debates that stand the test of time. Chocolate or vanilla? (Both). Crunchy peanut butter or smooth? (Smooth). Nikon or Canon? (Pentax). But among video editors, especially the ones on YouTube, one scuffle comes up more than any … Read More

High-end APS-C mirrorless camera comparison

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This week, Chris and Jordan compare four flagship APS-C mirrorless cameras: the Sony a6600, Fujifilm X-T4, Canon M6 Mark II and Nikon Z50. See how these great models stack up against each other. Source link

A ‘Retro Review’ of the 20-year-old Canon Pro90 IS, Canon’s first digital camera with optical image stabilization

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Gordon Laing, Editor of Camera Labs, is back again with another episode of ‘Retro Review.’ In this video, he puts the Canon Pro90 to the test to see how well it holds up two decades after it was released. At … Read More

Venus Optics’ new $549 7.5mm F2 MFT lens now has electronic aperture control

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Venus Optics has announced an updated version of its Laowa 7.5mm F2 Micro Four Thirds (MFT) lens that has electronic aperture control and an onboard chip for transferring metadata from the lens to the camera. The new lens features the … Read More

What we know about the new Sony Airpeak drone

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Sony teased its plans to enter the drone market for months, but we had few specifics until recently. Finally, this week, the company revealed several important details about its first model, the Airpeak S1, which gives us a look at … Read More

Zhong Yi brings its Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm F0.95 III lens to Leica L mount camera systems

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Zhong Yi Optics has announced it’s released its Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f/0.95 III lens for Leica L mount camera systems, making it the first-ever F0.95 L mount lens. The L mount version of the lens joins the previously-released Canon RF, … Read More

Film Fridays: How to shoot, developing and scan 110 film in 2021

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Lomography still makes 110 film cartridges. A single color cartridge sells for about $9 (24 exposures). 110 film was first introduced in 1972 as an alternative to 35mm/135 format. A cartridge-based system, 110 film offers a more user-friendly experience than … Read More

iFixit shows off the tech (literally) behind the XDR Display inside Apple’s 12.9″ M1 iPad Pro

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The repair gurus at iFixit haven’t completed their entire teardown of Apple’s new M1-powered 12.9” iPad Pro, but they’ve already shared an inside look at Apple’s most powerful tablet to date. While the four-minute video touches on both the new … Read More

Relaxing shutter sounds from 18 cameras is ASMR for photographers

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In the mirrorless age of photography and with the proliferation of electronic shutters, some photographers never get to hear the satisfying sound of a large mechanical shutter opening and closing. It may sound silly, but for those of us who … Read More

Samsung announces 50MP ISOCELL JN1 smartphone camera sensor with 0.64μm photosites

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After teasing it earlier this week, Samsung has revealed the details (translated) of the ISOCELL JN1, a 1/28-inch (9.06mm) 50MP smartphone camera sensor that appears to have the smallest photosites in the industry, at least as far as mass-produced image … Read More

Olympus 8-25mm F4 Pro sample gallery (DPReview TV)

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Published Jun 10, 2021 | dpreview staff You’ve watched the video, now see the stills that Chris and Jordan shot while reviewing the new Olympus 8-25mm F4 Pro zoom. Find out why this lens will appeal to photographers and videographers … Read More

Hands-on with new Nikon Z 105mm and 50mm macro lenses

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Nikon recently announced its first native macro lenses for its Z mount cameras: the Nikkor Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S and the Z MC 50mm F2.8. Going forward, ‘MC’ is going to be Nikon’s designation for lenses that are … Read More

Sony announces the Airpeak S1, a $9K professional drone for creatives

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After a series of teaser videos were released over the past six months, Sony Electronics has officially revealed pertinent details for the Airpeak S1 – a professional drone aimed at creatives. It is the world’s smallest drone capable of carrying … Read More

See the first images NASA’s Juno captured as it sailed by Jupiter’s giant moon, Ganymede

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NASA’s Juno spacecraft did a flyby of Jupiter’s giant moon Ganymede on June 7. It was the closest any spacecraft has flown to Jupiter’s largest moon in more than two decades. NASA has published the first two images from the … Read More

Sony launches $1M ‘Create Action’ initiative to support local non-profit organizations

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Sony Corporation has launched a nationwide ‘Create Action’ initiative to support local grassroots organizations. Sony designed the $1M+ grant program to support underserved and underrepresented communities at a local effort. Sony aims to enhance the efforts of local, non-profit organizations … Read More

World’s longest AF SLR lens, the Canon EF 1200mm F5.6, comes up for sale at auction in Germany

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A used unit of Canon’s EF 1200mm F5.6 L USM lens is set to come up for sale at an auction in Germany slated for 6th October. At 0.8m (2′ 7″) and weighing a massive 16.5kg (36lbs), the lens offered … Read More

The need for (transfer) speed: Five full-featured Thunderbolt 3 docks compared

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Intro There’s no shortage of Thunderbolt dock options on the market. We took a look at five different units and compared them by price, features, and speed. The new Apple M1 Mac Mini has a lot going for it: it’s … Read More

Olympus introduces M.Zuiko 8-25mm F4 Pro Micro Four Thirds lens

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Olympus has added a new member to its ‘Pro’ lineup of high-end Micro Four Thirds lenses: the M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm F4 Pro. The 8-25mm, which has a 35mm-equivalent field of view of 16-50mm and an F8 equivalent aperture, has … Read More

Here’s the Olympus PEN E-P7 and here’s what it means…

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OM Digital Solutions has announced the Olympus PEN E-P7 Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera, its first release since acquiring the Olympus brand at the beginning of the year. The camera will be available in Europe and selected other regions but … Read More

Hands-on with the Olympus M.Zuiko 8-25mm F4 PRO

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The Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm F4 Pro is a compact, ultra-wide to normal zoom lens for the Micro Four Thirds system. It covers a full-frame equivalent range of 16-50mm. It’s also the newest member of the Olympus Pro lens … Read More

Olympus M.Zuiko 8-25mm F4 Pro sample gallery

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The new Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm F4 Pro offers Micro Four Thirds shooters a 16-50mm equivalent focal range. Compact and weather-sealed, it’s especially well-suited for landscape and nature photography, but also a good option for street shooting, architectural photography, … Read More

Olympus M.Zuiko 8-25mm F4 Pro review

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The Olympus 8-25mm F4 Pro is a portable, weather-sealed zoom lens for everyday shooting on Micro Four Thirds bodies. Offering numerous special elements and coatings, the 8-25mm F4 Pro is no kit lens. See if it made the cut in … Read More

Rare Zeiss Planar 50mm F0.7 lens designed for NASA could fetch $150,000 at auction

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If you think Nikon’s Nikkor Z 58mm F0.95 S Noct lens is impressive, set your sights on a rare Zeiss Planar 50mm F0.7 lens from 1966. The lens was designed for NASA to photograph the moon’s far side during Apollo … Read More

Sigma interview: ‘All employees have to respect each other, educate each other, and encourage each other’

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Kazuto Yamaki, CEO of Sigma, pictured in 2018 at the Photokina trade show in Cologne, Germany. After a long, eventful year since we last spoke, we connected with Sigma CEO Kazuto Yamaki recently, over a video call from his headquarters … Read More

Thousands of seabird eggs destroyed by two careless drone pilots

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Roughly 2,000 elegant tern eggs were destroyed after terrified adult sea birds abandoned them in the wake of a drone crash. The Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, located in California’s Orange County, is home to over 800 species of animals that … Read More

Lightroom Classic gets native M1 support, Lightroom gets Super Resolution and more with Adobe’s June 2021 update

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Adobe has announced a barrage of updates for select Creative Cloud applications, including Photoshop, Lightroom, Lightroom Classic. In addition to updates, Adobe has also shared a detailed analysis from a third-party that shows how well the company’s new M1-native applications … Read More

WWDC 2021: Apple unveils latest updates for iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and more

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Editor’s Note: This article is being updated with new details as they’re announced. Refresh to see the latest version. Today, at its 2021 WWDC virtual event, Apple released the details of its new operating systems, including iOS 15. Here are … Read More

Video: This music video is made entirely from over 5,000 cyanotype prints

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Tycho Jones, an 18-year-old musical artist from Hackney, East London, has released a music video for his song, ‘Don’t Be Afraid.’ Typically, a music video wouldn’t be covered here on DPReview, but Jones’ video is unique. Jones’ record company, Globe … Read More

Interview: Kristen Bedford digs into Los Angeles’ lowrider culture with ‘Cruise Night’

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The cover of ‘Cruise Night,’ available now. Kristen Bedford isn’t afraid to commit to a project. Her style of long-term storytelling has taken her to live among a deeply religious community in Philadelphia, explore storefront churches in the South, and … Read More

Interview: Kristin Bedford digs into Los Angeles’ lowrider culture with ‘Cruise Night’

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The cover of ‘Cruise Night,’ available now. Kristin Bedford isn’t afraid to commit to a project. Her style of long-term storytelling has taken her to live among a deeply religious community in Philadelphia, explore storefront churches in the South, and … Read More

Video: Our closest look yet at Canon’s forthcoming EOS R3 mirrorless camera

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Gordon Laing, Editor at Cameralabs, has shared a new video on his YouTube channel that gives us our closest look yet at Canon’s forthcoming EOS R3 mirrorless camera. The video, which comes in just shy of six minutes, provides a … Read More

Physicists now understand the multi-spectral qualities of the world’s first color photographs

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Jonas Ferdinand Gabriel Lippmann, known as Gabriel Lippmann, accomplished a lot during his 75 years. Born in Luxembourg in 1845, Lippmann, a physicist, was a pioneer of color photography. His method for producing color photographs, which relied upon the interference … Read More

Best cameras for travel in 2021

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  Whether you’re piling the family into the minivan for a trip to Disneyland or backpacking through Southeast Asia, you’ll probably want a camera that has a larger-than-average sensor, a versatile lens and wireless features for beaming your images back … Read More

Hands-on with the new Panasonic Lumix S 50mm F1.8

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Panasonic’s new Lumix S 50mm F1.8 is a dust and splash-resistant lens for L-mount shooters, sporting a reasonably fast F1.8 maximum aperture. It’s the second of four budget-oriented, compact F1.8 primes (announced by Panasonic last September) to come to market, … Read More

Nikon announces NX Field, a remote shooting system for fast-paced pro photography

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Nikon has announced a new remote shooting system, NX Field. The application is aimed at professional photographers and videographers, and is designed to help support pros in the field. The application allows the synchronization of multiple remote cameras, both Nikon … Read More

The Pentagon clears DJI drones for use after temporary suspension

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It started in May, 2019, when the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (USDHS) sent out an alert stating that ‘drones manufactured in China are a potential risk to an organization’s information.’ From there, it escalated, and by the end of … Read More

Capture One says it will have an iPad app out in ‘early 2022’

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Capture One has announced, via social media, it’s working on developing an iPad app and expects it to be available in ‘early 2022.’ This announcement comes just a week after Capture One released an updated version of its app with … Read More

Film Fridays: A closer look at Konica Centuria Chrome, a film stock you’ve probably never used

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An example of a photo shot with Konica Centuria Chrome 100. Photo: Stephen Dowling Back in the day, Konica was one of the only Japanese manufacturers to produce both film and cameras. They first started in the 1960s, offering a … Read More

Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 versus GH5 II: Which is best for you?

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The Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 II is a refresh, rather than a complete reworking of the company’s erstwhile video flagship. Since the launch of the original GH5, Panasonic has added full-frame video models and dedicated ‘box’ cameras and is now promising … Read More

NASA’s Curiosity rover photographs rare shimmering clouds on the Red Planet

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While NASA’s Perseverance rover has been getting a lot of attention following its arrival on Mars in February, the Curiosity rover is still working on the Martian surface, where it’s been since August 2012. Curiosity continues to make important discoveries … Read More

Looking for a more affordable version of Rode’s Wireless Go II? Mirfak Audio’s WE10 Pro kit might be your ticket

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Mirfak Audio, a sister company of Moza, has announced the WE10 Pro, new dual-channel wireless audio kit that’s effectively a direct competitor to Røde’s new Wireless Go II kit. As with the Røde Wireless Go II kit, the WE10 Pro … Read More

Slideshow: Winners of the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2021 competition

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Winners of the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2021 competition Winners of the annual Nature TTL Photographer of the Year competition were recently announced for 2021. Over 8,000 images were received from around the world. Canadian photographer Thomas Vijayan … Read More

Sigma’s 3.00 firmware update for the FP is now live with support for the new EVF-11 viewfinder and more

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As it promised it would, Sigma has released firmware version 3.00 for the Sigma FP. The update addresses known issues and adds features found on Sigma’s newer FP-L camera system. Firmware version 3.00 adds support for the Sigma EVF-11 launched … Read More

DxO Nik Collection 4 review: Viveza and Silver Efex rebooted

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Every year around the start of June, French software company DxO releases a new version of Nik Collection, a suite of eight image processing tools that can be used either as standalone apps or plug-ins for third-party software like Adobe … Read More

Video: A look inside Sony’s Osaka CMOS image sensor development facility

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Sony Semiconductor Solutions Group has shared a behind-the-scenes look at the company’s new Osaka office, which opened in April 2020. This new facility, which Sony deems an ‘engineer-first office’ serves as the headquarters for CMOS image sensor design and development. … Read More

DxO announces Nik Collection 4: Improved usability & powerful new tools in major update

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DxO has announced Nik Collection 4 by DxO, the latest major release of the company’s photo editing plugin suite. Nik Collection 4 contains the same eight plugins as last year’s Nik Collection 3, but popular plugins Viveza and Silver Efex … Read More

Video: Slow Mo Guys use new Phantom TMX7510 camera to break record by shattering glass at 800,000 fps

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The Slow Mo Guys have been making great content on YouTube for years, recording action with increasingly higher speed cameras. Whenever you think they’ve surely reached the limits of technology, a crazy new camera comes out. Last month, the Slow … Read More

Video: Photographer Michael Clark packs the SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD on rock-climbing shoot

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This is sponsored content, made possible with the support of Amazon and SanDisk The SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD is a high speed, portable solid state drive, designed for use by photographers and filmmakers. With a maximum data write speed of … Read More

Nikon confirms compact 28mm F2.8 and 40mm F2 primes for Z-mount coming later this year

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Alongside the announcement of two new Z-mount macro prime lenses, Nikon has confirmed that two more roadmapped lenses are coming this year: the Nikkor Z 28mm F2.8 and Nikkor Z 40mm F2. The only specs that have been made available … Read More

Nikon announces its first Z-mount macro lenses: the Nikkor Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S and Nikkor Z MC 50mm F2.8

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Nikon has expanded its Nikkor Z lens lineup with two new additions – the Nikkor Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S and the Nikkor Z MC 50mm F2.8. These new macro lenses (referred to by the technically more accurate term … Read More

Canon EOS R3 will shoot 30 fps Raw bursts, with oversampled 4K and 8-stop IS

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Canon has released additional details about its high-end EOS R3 mirrorless camera, which we expect will be shipping by the end of the year. The Stacked CMOS sensor, which will have very fast readout, can shoot Raw bursts at 30 … Read More

Newest Canon EOS R3 specs revealed! We explain what they mean

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Canon just dropped more info about its upcoming EOS R3 mirrorless camera. In this video, Chris and Jordan of DPRTV analyze the details to see what they tell us about the R3’s features and specs. Source link

Here’s everything we know about the Canon EOS R3

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Canon has announced further specifications of its forthcoming EOS R3, giving a clearer picture of what the camera will offer when it is officially released. The latest bit of drip-fed info makes the EOS R3 look more like a ‘mirrorless … Read More

Panasonic announces Lumix S 50mm F1.8 L-mount lens

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Panasonic has released the Lumix S 50mm F1.8 lens for full-frame L-mount bodies. This compact lens has nine elements, including one ED (Extra Low Dispersion) element to suppress chromatic aberrations, and one UHR (Ultra High Refractive Index) element. According to … Read More

Panasonic Lumix S 50mm F1.8 sample gallery

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Panasonic’s new Lumix S 50mm F1.8 is a compact and lightweight prime lens for full-frame and APS-C format L-mount cameras. We’ve had a pre-production sample for a few days, and we’re pleased to report that it’s delightfully sharp, zippy and … Read More

Sekonic celebrates its 70 year anniversary, teases limited-edition light meter

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Today, June 1st, marks the 70th anniversary of Sekonic, a Japanese brand known for its light meters, color meters and illuminometers that have become all but a staples in the cinema and photography industries. 70 years ago, Seiko Electronic Co. … Read More

Kono announces 3 new films: Delight Art 100, Monolit 3 (yes, that means ISO 3) and Monolit 100

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In the digital age, film manufacturers must separate themselves somehow. Since its inception in 2014, German film company Kono achieves this by creating films that offer distinct looks. The company aims to create an appearance that is hard, if not … Read More

Report: Apple expected to use sensor-shift image stabilization units in all of its next-generation iPhone models

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A new report from Taiwanese supply chain publication, DigiTimes Asia, suggests all of Apple’s next-generation smartphones will feature sensor-shift image stabilization. Currently, Apple only uses sensor-shift image stabilization for the wide camera module on its larger flagship device, the iPhone … Read More

A blast from the present and past: Pentax DA 20-40mm F2.8-4 WR Limited sample gallery

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The Pentax-DA 20-40mm F2.8-4 ED Limited DC WR was introduced back in 2013, but that doesn’t mean it’s unworthy of a place in your camera bag today (in fact, Ricoh sent us one along with their new flagship APS-C DSLR, … Read More

Pentax K-3 Mark III added to studio test scene

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Ricoh’s Pentax K-3 Mark III is a high-end flagship DSLR that we’ve found to be an excellent photographic companion for all types of picture-taking. Testing for its full review is ongoing, and we’ve just added it to our studio scene … Read More

Why have cameras and lenses become so expensive?

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Asking $6500 for a pro-sports camera isn’t new, but the fact that this one looks the same as a model costing half as much helps fuel the idea that cameras are getting more expensive. ‘Cameras and lenses are getting so … Read More

We compare the Atomos Ninja V and Blackmagic Video Assist 12G to find out which is the best off camera recorder

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Is Blackmagic your thing, or are you more of a Ninja? Jordan compares the leading off-camera recorders to see where each stands out. Source link

Why have cameras and lenses got so expensive?

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Asking $6500 for a pro-sports camera isn’t new, but the fact that this one looks the same as a model costing half as much helps fuel the idea that cameras are getting more expensive. ‘Cameras and lenses are getting so … Read More

7artisans releases three new budget-friendly primes, including a fisheye and macro lens

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Chinese optics manufacturer 7artisans has announced three new prime lenses: one for full-frame camera systems and two for APS-C/Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera systems. 7artisans 10mm F2.8 fisheye lens The first lens of the bunch is a 10mm F2.8 fisheye … Read More

Cornell University researchers break their record with stunning high-res photo of atoms

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Macro lenses are awesome photographic tools because they let you see the world around you with greater detail and in fresh, new ways. But what if you had a way to see even closer, so close that you could see … Read More

The absolute beginner’s guide to film photography: Common film formats & types

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Common film formats & types Just as digital photography has multiple sensor sizes, film photography has multiple film formats and sizes, some of which are easier to find than others (and some of which are nearly impossible). In this article, … Read More

iFixit gives the new 24″ M1 iMac a proper teardown treatment with a 2/10 repairability score

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It’s only been a few weeks since the first shipments of Apple’s new M1-powered 24”iMac hit doorsteps around the globe and iFixit has already shared a detailed teardown that takes an inside look at what Apple has managed to pack … Read More

Capture One announces native M1 support, promises significant performance improvements

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Add another high-end photo editing application to the list for Apple M1 Macs. Capture One has announced that Capture One 21 is now ready for Apple Silicon. A new update, available now, allows the popular editor to run natively on … Read More

Luminar AI Update 3: Apple M1 support, better Sky AI and improved workflow

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Today, Skylum continued its torrid update schedule for Luminar AI, releasing the third major update to the AI-powered editing tool since its release late last year. The latest update focuses on making it easier for photographers of all skill levels … Read More

Best cameras for landscape photography in 2021

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Landscape shooters have a unique set of needs and requirements for their gear. Image quality is critical, and benefits from plenty of resolution and lots of dynamic range; from a physical standpoint, it should be weather-sealed and well constructed. Features … Read More

Video: Samsung shows off the tech behind its 108MP ISOCELL HM3 image sensor

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One of the highlight features in Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, is understandably its 108MP primary image sensor. Alongside differences in display and form factor, the 108MP image sensor is a key differentiator between the S21 Ultra … Read More

Video: A BTS look at what went into Hasselblad’s X System’s ergonomics, materials and user interface

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Hasselblad is back with another video in its ongoing behind-the-scenes series, ‘Hasselblad’s Home.’ In the inaugural video, titled ‘The Design Philosophy Behind Creating the X System,’ Hasselblad shared an inside look at what went into developing the company’s mirrorless medium … Read More

Hands-on with the Panasonic GH5 II

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The Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 II is an evolution of the company’s video-centric Micro Four Thirds camera, the GH5. The GH5 II isn’t radically different than its predecessor, but it does feature a few significant performance improvements and feature updates that … Read More

New USB-C version 2.1 spec will more than double power delivery to 240W, up from 100W

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The I/O array of the Sony a1, which includes a USB-C connection beneath the HDMI port. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has published a new 415-page document laying out the details of a new USB-C specification that will see the … Read More

Going out of this world with Neil Buckland and the Pentax K-3 III

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In this video, we’re joining editorial and fine art photographer Neil Buckland, as he shoots a variety of subjects using Ricoh’s new Pentax K-3 III. The powerful and versatile K-3 III is the latest iteration in the K-3 series, and … Read More

Chi Modu, photographer known for iconic images of Tupac, Wu-Tang-Clan, dies at 54

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Chi Modu, a legendary hip-hop photographer known for his iconic images of Tupac Shakur, The Notorious B.I.G., Wu-Tang Clan, Eminem, and more, died last week at age 54 – reportedly after a recent cancer diagnosis. The announcement was made on … Read More

Hands-on with the Sirui 75mm F1.8 1.33x anamorphic lens

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It was only at the beginning of 2020 that Sirui announced its first 1.33x anamorphic lens, and already the company has a collection of four focal lengths in the set. The 50mm F1.8 was followed by a 35mm F1.8, a … Read More

Video: Actor Jason Lee has many talents, photography among them

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Jason Lee may be best known for his eponymous role on the hit NBC television series, ‘My Name is Earl,’ but he is as talented behind the camera as he is in front of it. Photographer and writer Tatiana Hopper … Read More

Sirui reveals its new 75mm F1.8 1.33x telephoto anamorphic lens

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Sirui has announced the details for its new 75mm F1.8 1.33x telephoto anamorphic lens for APS-C camera systems. The new lens, which is available to back on Indiegogo, is the fourth in the company’s growing lineup, which already includes the … Read More

Panasonic Leica DG 25-50mm F1.7 on the way for Micro Four Thirds

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In addition to the Lumix DC-GH6 and DC-GH5 II, Panasonic has announced that it is also developing a new lens for Micro Four Thirds: the Leica DG 25-50mm F1.7. Details are scant on this 50-100mm equiv. lens (you’ll find a … Read More

Panasonic lowers price and boosts spec for Lumix DC-GH5 II

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Panasonic has announced the Lumix DC-GH5 II (GH5M2), an updated version of its video-focused Micro Four Thirds camera. The improvements primarily stem from the introduction of a newer processor, enhancing the video spec, improving the autofocus performance and bringing the … Read More

Panasonic announces development of Lumix DC-GH6

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Panasonic has announced the development of its next-generation video-focused camera: the Lumix DC-GH6. Few details have been disclosed at this point, but here’s what we do know: Both the sensor and ‘high-speed’ processor are completely new. That combination will allow … Read More

Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 II sample gallery

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The Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5S is an update to the company’s video-focused GH5, which includes an updated ‘Venus’ processing engine, and is capable of capturing 10-bit 4K footage at 50 or 60 frames per second. Available soon for $1699 – $300 … Read More

Panasonic Lumix GH5 II review

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The Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 II (officially known as the ‘GH5M2’) is the follow-up to one of the most popular stills/video hybrid cameras on the market. Find out what’s new and what the guys at DPReview TV think about the Mark … Read More

What Panasonic’s GH6 announcement tells us

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Is the newly announced Panasonic Lumix DC-GH6 the stills/video hybrid camera Jordan has been waiting for? See what he and Chris think about the GH6 in this episode of DPReview TV. Source link

Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 II initial review

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The Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 Mark II is an updated version of the company’s most video-focused Micro Four Thirds camera; the GH5. It offers increased capabilities over the original model and will eventually sell alongside a higher-end GH6 model, whose development … Read More

Slideshow: Winners of AAP Magazine’s #17 Portrait Competition

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Recently, 25 photographers from 12 countries were announced as winners and finalists for All About Photo (AAP) Magazine’s #17 PORTRAIT competition. Once a replica of paintings, and a privilege reserved for the upper class, portraiture is much more ubiquitous these … Read More

Adobe’s May Photoshop update adds new save feature, improves Neural Filters and more

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Adobe has released an update to Photoshop on desktop, bringing its popular photo editing software up to version 22.4. The May 2021 release of Photoshop desktop fixes numerous known issues, adds new features and improved Neural Filters. Plus, as we … Read More

Sigma’s fp is getting support for its EVF-11 viewfinder and more in upcoming 3.00 firmware update

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Sigma’s fp full-frame mirrorless camera. Sigma has published a notice on its website confirming firmware version 3.00 for its fp camera will be released on June 3, 2021. According to Sigma, the update will add ‘various functions’ to improve the … Read More

How to easily create a dolly zoom effect using the DJI Air 2S drone

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‘Disorienting’ and ‘bizarre’ are just a couple of the adjectives often used to describe the dolly zoom effect. Sometimes called ‘the Vertigo effect’, it debuted in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 film Vertigo. Back then, you needed a smooth track and steady … Read More

Interview: Travis Fox’s beautiful, haunting drone photographs document America’s scars

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The cover of Travis Fox’s new book, Remains To Be Seen. About the photo: California City was an ambitious planned city located one hundred miles from Los Angeles. The project was created in 1965 with the aim of creating one … Read More

Scoring explained: Why we think the Fujifilm GFX 100S’ peers are cameras half its price (NOT the Sony a1)

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I’m, at best, a keen enthusiast photographer but the GFX 100S’ strengths are all in areas that benefit the kinds of photos I like to take (everyday scenes, landscape, portraiture), whereas the a1’s aren’t: its speed would be utterly wasted … Read More

Best cameras under $1000 in 2021

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If you want a camera that offers more advanced features than typical budget options, there are several products available in the $500-1000 price range that should fit the bill. The cameras in this buying guide tend to offer more direct … Read More

DPReview TV: Requiem For Sony A-Mount

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Recently, we learned that Sony’s ‘SLT’ digital SLRs were no longer available for purchase in some territories, probably marking the end of the A-mount originally developed by Minolta. In this episode of DPReview TV, Chris and Jordan fondly look back … Read More

Video: A review of Canon’s first PowerShot camera, 25 years after its release

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Gordon Laing, Editor of CameraLabs*, has *published his latest ‘Retro Review,’ featuring the Canon PowerShot 600, an early digital camera that he considers ‘Canon’s first consumer digital camera.’ The 10-minute video showcases the pros and cons of the 25-year-old camera, … Read More

Slideshow: The best entries so far for the 2021 Comedy Wildlife Awards

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Now in its 7th year, the annual Comedy Wildlife Awards showcases some of the funniest wildlife moments caught on camera. Here are some of the best entries, out of thousands submitted from around the world, so far, that the judges … Read More

Nikon Japan confirms it’s indefinitely suspending orders for its 180-400mm F4 super telephoto lens after today

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Nikon Japan has published a public notice on its website that confirms orders for the company’s AF-S Nikkor 180–400mm F4R TC1.4 FL ED VR lens are being suspended indefinitely after today ‘due to production reasons.’ Historically, Nikon doesn’t comments on … Read More

Film Friday: NFTs and film photography? It’s not as weird a pairing as you might think

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NFTs offer an easy way for artists to sell their photographs as digital-only works. Photo: Dan Bracaglia In early March 2021, an artist by the name of Beeple sold a one-of-a-kind JPEG, at auction, for $69 million. The digital-only work … Read More

Fire-damaged and unusable Leica M4 and Summicron lens sells for around $2,000

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You’d think an inoperable camera and lens damaged in a fire would be worthless. That’s probably true most of the time, but not the case when the gear in question is a Leica M4 with a Summicron 50mm lens. The … Read More

Opinion: 8K video can be worth the hassle. But not for everyone, and perhaps not for the reasons you might think…

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2020 was the year 8K video finally arrived on the enthusiast camera scene, courtesy of the Canon EOS R5. A few months later, Sony followed suit with its flagship a1, Nikon pre-announced support for 8K on its future Z9, and … Read More

Field review: Fujifilm XF 18mm F1.4 R LM WR

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Introduction The Fujifilm Fujinon XF 18mm F1.4 R LM WR is a bright, fast walkaround prime lens that’s particularly well-suited to landscape and street photography. It also makes a good video lens thanks to its small size, light weight and … Read More

Major update for Inst360 ONE R action cam adds horizon lock, improved recording & more

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Insta360 has announced a major feature update for its interchangeable lens action camera, the Insta360 ONE R. In addition to new features, the update promises improved performance, new AI-powered editing options, a new remote and more. The update adds improved … Read More

Sony releases stunning wide-angle footage shot on its upcoming Airpeak drone

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Sony first announced its official entry into the drone sector early this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Though there still aren’t solid details on a release date or pricing for its Airpeak drone, the company recently unveiled some … Read More

Panasonic will announce a new GH series camera on May 25

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Panasonic has shared a teaser confirming it will reveal a new Lumix GH series camera via an online launch event at 10am EDT on Tuesday, May 25, 2021. Aside from the teaser graphic, Panasonic hasn’t shared much. In fact, the … Read More

ON1 NoNoise AI announced: Promises fastest and best noise reduction on the market

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Earlier this month, Oregon-based ON1 announced a new state-of-the-art noise reduction application, ON1 NoNoise AI. ON1 is well known for its flagship photo editor, ON1 Photo RAW, and its series of plug-ins, like ON1 Effects, ON1 Resize and ON1 HDR. … Read More

Celebrating the historic Shelburne Hotel with Corey Arnold and the Fujifilm GFX 100S

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Published May 19, 2021 | Sponsored content, created with the support of Amazon and Fujifilm In this video, we’re heading to Washington’s Discovery Coast with photographer Corey Arnold and the Fujifilm GFX 100S to visit the Shelburne Hotel, the oldest … Read More

Zeiss’ $6K Android-powered ZX1 camera gets face-detection AF, Lightroom update and more in 1.4 firmware update

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Zeiss has announced a substantial firmware update for its $6,000 Android-powered ZX1 camera that adds face-detection autofocus, an updated version of Adobe Lightroom and more. The best part is, firmware version 1.4 for the ZX1 is available to download directly … Read More

Halide camera app comes to iPad with revamped interface, ‘Pro Mode’ and more

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Lux, the team behind the popular iOS camera apps Halide and Spectre, has announced a major update to Halide that adds support for Apple’s iPad tablets. The Halide experience on the iPad will be familiar to those who have used … Read More

Adobe releases Photoshop for Windows ARM64 devices

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Adobe has released a new version of Photoshop to run natively on Windows 10 ARM devices. The release requires a Windows 10 ARM device running Windows 10 64-bit v190141.488.0 (Win10 20H1) and a minimum of 8GB of RAM, although 16GB … Read More

Review: The Kensington StudioDock *almost* turns your iPad into a desktop computer

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Kensington StudioDock™ From $379 | Kensington.com One of the best ways to set yourself apart in a crowded market is to find a niche in need of attention and develop a product specifically to fill that gap. Kensington, a computer … Read More

Video: Using Fotodiox’s RhinoCam Vertex adapter to shoot medium format images with a full-frame camera

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Photographer and self-professed weird lens guru Mathieu Stern is back with another interesting bit of photo gear. Unlike many of his videos, like this one about shooting with a Canon X-ray lens, Stern’s newest video is about a modern, commercially … Read More

Sharp’s new Aquos R6 smartphone puts a 22MP 1-inch sensor behind a Leica-branded Summicron lens

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Sharp isn’t exactly known for its mobile devices, but its new Aquos R6 smartphone (translated) makes quite the statement with its 20MP 1-inch rear camera and 240Hz display. The device, which appears to be limited to the Japanese market for … Read More

Zenitar releases 4 full-frame manual prime lenses for Canon, Nikon and Sony mounts

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Zenit has announced the release of four new full-frame prime lenses it first showed off last year. Two of the manual prime lenses are for Sony E-mount cameras, while the other two are for Canon EF- and Nikon F-mount cameras. … Read More

Field review: Panasonic Lumix G 25mm F1.7 ASPH – compact, affordable and capable

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Introduction The Panasonic Lumix G 25mm F1.7 ASPH is a compact and lightweight prime lens for Micro Four Thirds camera bodies. It offers an equivalent focal length of 50mm in full-frame terms, and an equivalent maximum aperture of F3.4. This … Read More

Video: DJI Mavic Air 2 drone takes you on a through a tour of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

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Chernobyl, located about two hours North of Kiev, Russia, is a hazardous place to visit and tourism is prohibited. Even though people sneak into the mostly-abandoned town, scientists have determined that the exclusion zone, where the reactor that exploded is … Read More

The best $4000 camera kits

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Something terrible has happened to Chris and Jordan up in Calgary, and they need to buy a new camera kit priced under $4000 using their own money. Find out what cameras and lenses they chose. Source link

Wide angle 1.8x anamorphic lens for full frame sensors launched by Vazen

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Chinese lens manufacturer Vazen has launched a 50mm T2.1 lens to add to its anamorphic offering for full frame users. With its 1.8x sequeeze this 50mm will deliver the sort of horizontal angle of view we’d expect from a 28mm … Read More

DJI FPV drone takes ‘a bird’s flight’ through one of the world’s largest tulip gardens

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Due to COVID-19 restrictions, most of the world is still locked down. This includes Keukenhof, one of the largest flower gardens around, located in the Netherlands. Wiebe de Jager flew his DJI FPV drone through it to offer up ‘a … Read More

Film Fridays: Life and times of a 1990’s newspaper photographer in Russia

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All photos copyright Roman Yarovitcyn Being a photojournalist is a tough gig, especially when you’re working with less than reliable gear. Roman Yarovitcyn spent the 1990’s working as a newspaper photographer in Russia and shooting primarily on cheap and quirky … Read More

Olympus E-M10 Mark IV sample gallery updated

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The Olympus E-M10 IV is a well-designed Micro Four Thirds camera aimed at entry-level users and it has a solid JPEG engine for nice images right out of the camera. With the completion of our full review, we added a … Read More

Kolari Vision proves its new UV lens filter can survive a 135′ fall by dropping it from a drone

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Camera accessory and conversion gurus Kolari Vision have announced a new Pro UV Protection Lens Filter that it claims can survive a 41m (135ft) fall. If that sounds a little hard to believe, you don’t just have to take their … Read More

Video: Starry time-lapse at the ESA’s Ariane 6 rocket launch site

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The European Space Agency (ESA) recently published a stunning time-lapse of the star-filled night sky at the ESA’s Ariane 6 launch site in French Guiana, South America. Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana is preparing for the arrival of Ariane 6, … Read More

Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-70mm F2.8 ASPH sample gallery

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The new Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-70mm F2.8 ASPH is a premium standard zoom lens for L-mount, offering a fast maximum aperture, great build quality and, Leica claims, ‘outstanding optical performance’. Designed for use by everyone from wedding photographers to landscape professionals, … Read More

Video: How to make an all-in-one YouTube studio that fits inside a Pelican case

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Cinematographer and YouTuber Caleb Pike, of DSLR Video Shooter, has a whole collection of videos wherein he shows off how to create turnkey solutions for filmmaking. For his latest episode, Caleb shows how he turned a Pelican case, a few … Read More

HP launches new ZBook G8 laptops with Intel 11th-gen processors, RTX GPUs

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Amid the launch of Intel’s new 11th-generation processors, many new laptops are hitting the market, including the Razer Blade 15 refresh we wrote about earlier this week. Not to be left out, HP has announced new ZBook G8 laptops, only … Read More

TTartisan releases $770 90mm F1.25 manual prime for Leica M-mount camera systems

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Chinese optics manufacturer TTartisan has announced its latest lens, the 90mm F1.25 for Leica M-mount camera systems. The lens, which is clearly designed to look like a first-party Leica lens, is constructed of 11 elements in 7 groups, including four … Read More

Best shooting positions

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What’s the best way to get a sharp photo: the “Mr/Mrs Pinchypants” or the “Down on the ground pound”? In this episode of DPReview TV, Chris shows you the right way to hold your camera to get the best results. … Read More

Peak Design Marketplace is a peer-to-peer marketplace for selling, buying used gear (US-only, for now)

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Peak Design has launched a peer-to-peer (P2P) marketplace where you can buy and sell used Peak Design equipment, complete with the company’s lifetime guarantee. The platform, which is limited to the United States for the time being, is aptly called … Read More

Slideshow: Winners of the All About Photo Awards 2020, The Mind’s Eye competition

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AAP Magazine has announced the winners and finalists for its 2020 All About Photo Awards, The Mind’s Eye competition. 10 judges representing AAP, along with professional photographers, selected 40 images from a pool of entrants from 23 countries and 5 … Read More

Pentax K-3 Mark III sample gallery

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The Pentax K-3 Mark III is Ricoh’s latest flagship APS-C DSLR that’s been a long time in the making. With a new 26MP sensor, updated autofocus and refined ergonomics and features, the K-3 III looks like the ultimate APS-C DSLR … Read More

Tokina announces 25-75mm T2.9 cinema lens for $4,999

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Tokina has announced the impending release of its new 25–75mm T2.9 cinema lens, a parfocal lens it calls ‘the pinnacle of modern cinema zoom lens design.’ The lens’ focal length fits between the company’s current 11–20mm T2.9 and 50–135mm T2.9 … Read More

Razer announces new Blade 15 with 4K OLED touchscreen, RTX graphics, & faster memory

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When looking for a notebook well-suited to photo and editing, it makes a lot of sense for Windows users to look at laptops designed for gaming. After all, a gaming computer focuses on a powerful GPU, robust CPU and fast … Read More

New York Times unveils prototype system aimed at inspiring confidence in photojournalism

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Misinformation is a big issue online, especially with how quickly false stories are shared. The New York Times R&D team has worked with the Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) on a prototype system ‘exploring tools to give readers transparency into the … Read More

Video: How to ‘think beyond the rules’ and follow your intuition when composing photographs

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Photographer and YouTuber Sean Tucker is back again with another insightful video lesson wherein he takes a nuanced look at composition. In a way few others do, Tucker goes beyond the usual ‘rules of composition,’ imploring you to follow your … Read More

Review: The Wandrd Prvke Lite – a small, yet versatile camera backpack

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Wandrd Prvke Lite $219 | Wandrd.com When we reviewed the original Wandrd Prvke back in 2018 we called it a ‘near-perfect’ bag – a rare way to describe a camera backpack, even as the market has become more diverse in … Read More

Why are modern 50mm lenses so damned complicated?

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Lenses like Nikon’s Z 50mm F1.2 S are bigger, heavier, more costly and more complex than older F1.2 designs. But why? First, some optical history Back in the days when men were iron and ships were wood, there were some … Read More

Why are modern 50mm lenses so damned complicated?

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Lenses like Nikon’s Z 50mm F1.2 S are bigger, heavier, more costly and more complex than older F1.2 designs. But why? First, some optical history Back in the days when men were iron and ships were wood, there were some … Read More

Pentax K-3 Mark III sample gallery

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Surely you’ve already watched our video review on Pentax’s new flagship APS-C DSLR: the K-3 Mark III. Now it’s time to take a closer look at some of the samples from its 25.7MP sensor. In addition to showing off the … Read More

Pentax K-3 Mark III review

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Since the dawn of recorded time, Pentax DSLRs has been known for being well-designed, rugged and full-featured. In this episode of DPReview TV, Chris and Jordan travel to the Jurassic Period to share their thoughts about Ricoh’s new Pentax DSLR, … Read More

Slideshow: Winning photos from the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2021 contest

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Editor’s note: There are images in this gallery that show animal carcasses being butchered (slide 8 and 9, in particular). Keep this in mind going forward if you would rather not see this content. The winning photographs for the Pink … Read More

Video: Apple shows off photo capabilities of iPhone 12 in new ‘Everyday Experiments: Full Bloom’ ad

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Donghoon Jun and James Thornton of Incite are back with another cool ‘Shot on iPhone Experiments’ series video. The latest video, ‘Everyday Experiments: Full Bloom,’ is shot on iPhone 12 and features a spring theme. In the video below, the … Read More

Opinion: Do we really need all those buttons and dials?

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Like most film SLRs from the 1970s, the Olympus OM-10 offered only basic exposure controls and few special features, outside of a self-timer and light meter. Photo: Spline Splinson My first camera, back in the late 1970s, was an Olympus … Read More

Venus Optics adds Leica L, Pentax K mount options to its 15mm F4.5 Zero-D Shift lens

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Venus Optics has announced its Laowa 15mm F4.5 Zero-D Shift lens is now available for Leica L and Pentax K mount camera systems. The lens was first announced in October 2020 with models for Canon EF, Canon RF, Nikon F, … Read More

This aerial masterpiece was created with DJI Mini 2 in zero degree temps

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Vadim Sherbakov, and award-winning videographer and commercial photographer, pushed his DJI Mini 2 drone to its limit with his latest masterpiece. ‘The Noor’ is a short non-narrative aerial film shot in Lake Baikal – located North of the Mongolian border … Read More

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV review

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Product photos by Dan Bracaglia The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV is the entry-level model in the company’s DSLR-style lineup of Micro Four Thirds cameras (the PEN models, such as the E-PL10, are rangefinder-style). It’s a step up from the … Read More

Interview: Canon’s Larry Thorpe reflects on 60 years in the business

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Larry Thorpe with one of Canon’s Cinema EOS cameras Photo courtesy of Canon Last week Larry Thorpe, a Senior Fellow in the Imaging Technologies & Communications Group at Canon USA, retired following a 60-year career in the broadcast industry. In … Read More

Oceans and redwoods: Nikon Z6 II sample gallery update

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The Z6 II is Nikon’s mid-range full-frame mirrorless camera, and as it turns out, it makes for a great travel kit when paired with a couple of Z-mount lenses. Check out some of the highlights from a coastal road trip … Read More

Leica introduces Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-70mm F2.8 ASPH lens for L-mount

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Leica has announced its Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-70mm F2.8 ASPH lens for full-frame L-mount bodies. This tele-zoom has 15 elements in 19 groups, with three of the elements having aspherical surfaces. The focus group is made up of a single element and … Read More

Days Inn offers a $10,000 payday and free travel within the U.S. to a talented photographer

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Do you want to get paid $10,000 plus benefits to travel for two weeks and take photos? That’s what Days Inn by Wyndham offers to one photographer this August with the return of its ‘Sunternship Program.’ Days Inn wants ‘an … Read More

Star Stacker lets you create star trail images and timelapses on iPhones, iPads

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Star Stacker, an astrophotography app available for iOS, allows users to create star trail images and timelapses on their phone, computer or tablet. Michael Webb, the developer, posted about his latest creation on Reddit’s r/LandscapeAstro community. To demonstrate a final … Read More

iFootage Cobra 2 monopod long-term review

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DPReview TV’s Jordan Drake thinks the iFootage Cobra 2 is the best monopod ever created in the history of mankind. Find out why he calls it ‘the monopod that changed my life’. Source link

Video: Three tips landscape photographer Andy Mumford wishes he had learned sooner

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There’s no substitute for experience. Part of learning any craft, like photography, is accepting that you’ll make mistakes along the way. For photographer and educator Andy Mumford, there are things he wished he had learned sooner. Better late than never, … Read More

Best cameras for videographers

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There are a lot of photo/video cameras that have found a role as B-cameras on professional productions or A-cameras for amateur and independent productions. These cameras provide a variety of tools to support filmmakers and output high quality footage at … Read More

Sony’s removes remaining DSLRs from its website suggesting the A-mount is all but dead

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Sony’s last A-mount camera was the a99 II, which was released in September 2016. It appears as though Sony has discontinued its remaining DSLRs, suggesting the A-mount era is over. As noted today by Sony Alpha Rumors, Sony’s a68, a77 … Read More

Leica releases major 2.0 firmware update for its SL2-S full-frame camera

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Leica has released a major 2.0 firmware update for its SL2-S full-frame camera, adding a collection of new and improved features, especially for video shooters. The first improvement Leica notes in its 2.0 firmware update for the SL2-S is a … Read More

Lawsuit filed against Samsung alleges defect causing Galaxy S20 cameras to shatter

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Like many electronics manufacturers, Samsung isn’t a stranger to occasional production defects and issues. Samsung had the highly-publicized exploding battery issue in 2017 with its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, for example. The latest issue, this time with Samsung’s flagship Galaxy … Read More

Exploring wine country with James Joiner and the Fujifilm X-E4

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The Fujifilm X-E4 is an APS-C format mirrorless interchangeable lens camera aimed at beginner and enthusiast photographers. The X-E4 offers the same the 26MP X-Trans sensor and quad-core X-Processor 4 found in higher-end Fujifilm ILCs, but in a smaller, more … Read More

DJI confirms battery issues for its Mini 2 drone

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Some owners of DJI’s Mini 2 drone have been reporting issues with the batteries – primarily a discharge problem if they’re left in the charging hub or drone. While there isn’t any inherent danger, the issue can be a costly … Read More

Venus Optics launches ultra-fast Laowa ‘Argus’ 33mm F0.95 CF APO lens for APS-C camera systems

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Venus Optics has announced the Laowa ‘Argus’ 33mm F0.95 CF APO, a manual lens for APS-C camera systems. The lens is constructed of 14 elements in 9 groups, including one extra-low dispersion element, one aspherical element and three ultra-high-refraction elements. … Read More

The RUHAcam is a ‘retro-style’ digital camera made with the Raspberry Pi HQ Camera module

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When Raspberry Pi announced its 12.3MP High Quality Camera module in April 2020, it opened up a whole new world of photo-centric DIY projects. One such project that’s come as a result of its release is the RUHAcam, a ‘retro-style’ … Read More

Panasonic Lumix DC-G100/G110 review

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Introduction The G100 is a 20MP Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera designed explicitly for vloggers and content creators. It features a ‘tracking’ audio system that works in conjunction with the camera’s face detection system and a flip-out screen that, by … Read More

Video: Emmy-winning storm chaser has his drone sucked into a tornado while filming

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Yesterday, stormchaser Brian Emfinger managed to capture close-up drone footage of a tornado ripping through a rural area southeast of Yazoo City in Mississipi, United States. While his drone didn’t survive, he did manage to recover some of the video … Read More

Incredible video showcases world’s first 8K VR drone footage of Iceland’s Mt. Fagradalsfjall volcano

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Incredible new footage, captured with an 8K Insta360 Pro 2 mounted to the bottom of a DJI drone, shows the Mt. Fagradalsfjall volcano in Geldingadalur, Iceland as it continues to erupt. The immersive visuals were captured by Ragnar Th. Sigurðsson, … Read More

Canon EOS M50 Mark II sample gallery

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While a very minor update to its predecessor – YouTube streaming is the biggest change – Canon’s EOS M50 Mark II continues to be an impressive compact, easy-to-use mirrorless camera. Check out our sample gallery for a large selection of … Read More

Olympus E-M10 Mark IV sample gallery

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Our team at DPReview TV just wrapped up a review of the Olympus E-M10 mark IV. As Chris explains, it’s now ‘third winter’ in Canada, so don’t be surprised to see some snow in their sample gallery. View the Olympus … Read More

Olympus OM-D E-M10 IV review

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The Olympus OM-D E-M10 IV is a compact, stylish and low-priced Micro Four Thirds camera with a 20MP sensor and in-body stabilization. Chris and Jordan put it through its paces in the latest episode of DPReview TV. Source link

Lava Frenzy: Shooting Fagradalsfjall Volcano in Iceland

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A video I made during my visit. Please watch to the end and enjoy. shot using DJI Mavic 2 Pro and Canon 5D Mark IV. Music by DeKibo, licensed through Premiumbeat.com I’d like to thank my good friend Daniel Haussmann … Read More

Michael Collins, ‘the loneliest man in history’ and Apollo 11 astronaut dies at 90

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The crew of Apollo 11: from left to right, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin. Michael Collins, an Apollo 11 astronaut for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), passed away this past Wednesday at age 90 after a … Read More

NOSEiD app helps reunite lost dogs with their owners using photos of their noses

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Iams wants to use the cameras that nearly everyone has in their pockets to help reunite lost dogs with their owners. The company has launched a new app, NOSEiD, that uses your smartphone’s camera to scan your dog’s nose. If … Read More

CIPA’s March 2021 data shows positive signs, especially for a maturing mirrorless market

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The Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA) has released its latest data, detailing the volume and value of digital camera units produced and shipped around the world through March 2021. Before diving into the numbers, it needs to be noted … Read More

The absolute beginner’s guide to film photography: Which camera type is right for you?

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Introduction Elsewhere in our Absolute beginner’s guide to film photography, we wrote about common types of film cameras and not-so-common types of film cameras. So which type is best for you? That depends on what you want to get out … Read More

Hubble captures star ‘on the edge of destruction’

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Credits: NASA, ESA, STScI To celebrate the 31st birthday of the Hubble space telescope NASA has released a stunning picture a giant star ‘waging a tug-of-war between gravity and radiation to avoid self-destruction’. The star in question is AG Carinae, … Read More

How an artist pretended to be a European socialite to capture photos of luxurious NYC apartments

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A recent story in Architectural Digest tells the story of how an artist used a little social engineering to capture photographs of some of New York City’s most exclusive and expensive pieces of real estate by claiming to be an … Read More

The city of Helsinki, Finland has put over 65K historical images under Creative Commons

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The city of Helsinki, Finland has unveiled a collection of more than 65,000 historical images captured in and around the city that are now free to download and use however you see fit. You can also order prints directly from … Read More

DJI Air 2S vs Mavic 2 Pro: which should you choose?

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The DJI Air 2S addresses one of the most common feature requests from drone users: a 1″-type sensor camera in a consumer-oriented model. Until recently, DJI users either had to make do with smaller sensors, similar to those found in … Read More

Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG DN Art sample gallery

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Our team at DPReview TV recently reviewed the new Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG DN. This gallery includes many of their test photos so you can judge image quality for yourself. Source link

Imagen AI uses artificial intelligence to edit your photos in Lightroom

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Imagen AI recently announced its new desktop app for Mac and PC. Using artificial intelligence, it will automatically edit batches of your photos in Lightroom based on what it has learned from your past editing preferences. Users are required to … Read More