February 26
Fujifilm X-T4 initial review

The X-T4 brings image stabilization and a larger battery to the X-T series, but dig a bit deeper and you'll find a host of improvements and tweaks. See what we've discovered in the X-T3's sister model.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-T4 first impressions

The Fujifilm X-T4 makes some big promises, but can it deliver? Chris and Jordan put it to the test and tell us if this is the Fujifilm camera we've all been waiting for.

Fujifilm X-T4 pre-production sample gallery

The sensor inside the new Fujifilm X-T4 is a known quantity – as it's straight from the X-T3 – and that's a good thing, since it's excellent. Check out our pre-production sample gallery to see how the image quality looks on the X-T4.

Fujifilm introduces X-T4 with in-body image stabilization and improved battery life

Fujifilm has announced its latest stills/video hybrid camera, the X-T4. The biggest change is undoubtedly its in-body image stabilization system, but its improved AF system, redesigned shutter and video-related updates are also notable.

February 25
Elinchrom launches ELC 125 and 500 studio strobe lights for preorder

Both models feature a wired design for powering them from a wall outlet or other AC power sources.

YouTuber uses AI to turn historic 1911 New York trip footage into colorized 4K/60p video

The project provides an unprecedented look at New York as it existed more than 100 years ago by upscaling, increasing the frame-rate and colorizing century-old video footage.

Video: Making cyanotype prints from 120-year-old glass negatives found inside a time capsule

Mathieu Stern recently discovered a time capsule in his family's home that had a number of 120-year-old glass negatives inside. To bring the images to life, Mathieu developed positive prints from the negatives using the cyanotype process.

JPEG Committee explores using AI and blockchain tech for image compression

The tech could 'significantly' improve compression efficiency and help improve the trust of JPEGs in a world where fake news is an increasing problem.

Slideshow: Here are the 2020 World Press Photo nominees

Today, the World Press Photo Foundation announced the nominees for its 63rd annual competition.

Jif partners with Giphy to settle the soft/hard 'G' debate with limited-edition jar of peanut butter

In honor of National Peanut Butter Lover's Day (yes, it's a thing—we checked), peanut butter manufacturer Jif has teamed up with GIF-hosting platform Giphy to release a limited-edition jar of peanut butter that's meant to settle the hard/soft 'G' debate once and for all.

A near-perfect optic: Sony 20mm F1.8 G sample images and analysis

Sony just launched its newest fast aperture wide-angle prime for its full-frame Alpha lineup, and we've been shooting planes, people and felines with it over the past few days. Read our initial impressions and check out our sample gallery. Spoiler alert: it's a near perfect optic.

Sony introduces FE 20mm F1.8 G ultra-wide prime lens

Sony is adding a new wide prime to its full-frame E-mount series: the 20mm F1.8 G. It's slightly smaller and lighter than the existing FE 24mm F1.4 GM and will go on sale in March for $900.

February 24
The 'KD-K1' keyboard manages to pack in multiple USB ports, an HDMI output and an SD card reader

The Kolude KD-K1 features four USB-A ports, two USB-C ports, an HDMI port, an SD card slot and a microSD card slot, all inside a slim, but full-size keyboard.

Video: Mathieu Stern says LomoMod No.1 is the 'worst camera' he's ever tested

Despite receiving two camera kits, Stern wasn't able to capture many shots due to a faulty film advance wheel.

Metabones releases Nikon F-mount to Fujifilm G-mount adapter with 1.26x magnification

The 1.26x magnification ratio means Nikon F-mount lenses mounted to Fujifilm GFX camera systems using the adapters will keep their native diagonal field of view, albeit at the cost of 2/3 stops of light.

Check out the Raws: Canon EOS-1D X Mark III pre-production sample gallery updated

We did a lot of shooting with our pre-production Canon EOS-1D X Mark III, and now that the camera has official support, we've provided out-of-camera Raw files and some Raw-to-JPEG conversions for your perusal.

Sony's speedy Xperia 1 Mark II shoots 20 fps with AF/AE technologies borrowed from the a9

Sony is updating its flagship Xperia 1 smartphone with faster burst shooting, a bigger sensor in its standard camera and a time-of-flight sensor. And thanks to popular demand, the 3.5mm headphone jack is back.

February 23
Video: How Lewis Hine's photos helped shed light on child labor in the US

Vox's seven-minute video shows how the work of photographer Lewis Hine brought attention to the brutal reality of child labor when it was at its peak in the United States at the turn of the 20th century.

Interview: Fujifilm X100V – 'We decided we could change more in the fifth generation'

We attended the recent launch of the Fujifilm X100V in London, where we had the opportunity to sit down with two senior figures within the company: Chief Designer Masazumi Imai and Senior Manager Shinichiro Udono.

February 22
DPReview TV: Nikon D780 review

The Nikon D780 is a two-trick pony: it combines the great DSLR experience of Nikon's D750 with some of the great mirrorless features found on the Z6. Does it manage to do both well? Chris and Jordan seem to think so.

Nikon D780 sample gallery (DPReview TV)

Our new Nikon D780 gallery takes you to the Canadian Rockies for photos mountains, people and, of course, a couple of ducks. Because who doesn't love ducks?

February 21
Video: Photographer Sean Tucker on recoloring images using Photoshop

Key to the technique, which is demonstrated in a new video, is Photoshop's Gradient Tool.

A recent survey reveals wedding photographers spend only 4% of their time taking photos

UK-based company Your Perfect Wedding Photographer recently released the results from its fourth annual industry survey. They published some key takeaways.

US Pentagon's Defense Department tasked with building a counter-drone SWAT team

Forgoing Silicon Valley technologists, the Pentagon's Department of Defense is actively working on measures to identify and take down small drones that are a threat.

Canon removes dozens of authorized dealers in the United States

A few of the removals were a mistake, however, and Canon has since added some locations back on its list.

A little bit of everything: Fujifilm XF 16-80mm F4 sample gallery

Flowers. Snow. Trees. Beer. Birds. Dogs. Humans. Printing presses. A giant ferris wheel. We've been using Fujifilm's XF 16-80mm F4 lens to photograph a big gallery with a little bit of everything in it – check it out to see how this versatile, water-resistant zoom lens performs.

Sigma announces pricing, availability for its MC-31 PL-to-L-mount adapter

After first teasing it at IBC2019, Sigma has announced its MC-31 PL-mount to L-mount adapter will start shipping February 27, 2020 for $679.

February 20
NONS SL42 is the world's first instant SLR with a M42 mount

The SLR camera features an M42 mount and captures a circular image on Fujifilm's Instax film.

Omnivision launches high-end 1/1.7" 64MP smartphone image sensor

The Omnivision OV64C is designed to compete with high-resolution Quad-Bayer image sensors from Sony and Samsung.

Yongnuo, Mediaedge and Venus Optics join Micro Four Thirds System standard

The joint announcement was made by Olympus and Panasonic, who warmly welcomed the trio to the Micro Four Thirds System standard.

DPReview TV: Leica Monochrom M10 review

The M10 Monochrom is Leica's newest dedicated black and white rangefinder camera. Is it a street photographer's dream come true? Chris and Jordan take it to the mean streets of Calgary to find out.

Leica M10 Monochrom sample gallery (DPReview TV)

Leica's new M10 Monochrom is a dedicated black and white camera with no color filter array. Combined with legendary Leica optics, it promises to deliver 41MP images in stunning detail. How much detail? Do some pixel peeping in our sample gallery.

Interview: How the brother duo at Abstract Aerial Art create masterpieces from above

The duo of brothers that makes up Abstract Aerial Art captures stunning images, mostly from the air. DPReview asks them about their process, advice for aspiring photographers, making money from your work and more.

Cosina announces upcoming Voigtlander Nokton 35mm F1.2 III lens for M-mount

The lens, which comes in at 20-percent shorter and 30-percent lighter than its predecessor, is set for a March release in Japan for ¥135,000.

February 19
Adobe releases substantial update to the desktop and mobile versions of Photoshop for its 30th birthday

The updates bring a number of new and improved features to Photoshop CC 2020, while also bringing some of the desktop features of Photoshop to Photoshop for iPad.

Sony reportedly cuts planned mirrorless camera features in response to DRAM shortage

Updated: The decision was made as DRAM prices soar as smartphone makers demand fast memory for 5G phones.

Lomography releases Simple Use Camera preloaded with LomoChrome Metropolis film

The semi-disposable camera can be reloaded with different 35mm films, but comes pre-loaded with Lomography's new LomoChrome Metropolis film stock.

Moment introduces 67mm filter mount that works with any phone

Today, Moment, a company that creates gear and accessories for photographers and filmmakers, released 67mm filters and a mount that works with any modern smartphone.

Sony World Photography Awards receives backlash over alleged censorship of Hong Kong protest images

The 2020 Sony World Photography Awards recently removed active links to images from three separate finalists due to their 'sensitive nature. All have a common theme: the Hong Kong protests. The move has raised concerns about possible censorship.

Cosina announces new Voigtlander Nokton 60mm F0.95 lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras

Cosina Japan has announced the release of a new Micro Four Thirds lens, the Voigtlander Nokton 60mm F0.95.

Fujifilm X-T200 pre-production sample gallery

The X-T200 is Fujifilm's most promising entry-level camera in some time. With a feature set tailored to casual photographers who might bring the camera on a trip somewhere warm and sunny, well, we did just that.

February 18
Fujifilm warns its customers to avoid sending undeveloped film through new airport scanners

The warning comes only a couple of weeks after Kodak Alaris published a similar advisory.

Instagram CEO reveals the simple reason the company doesn't have an iPad app

The image-based social media platform wants to offer an iPad app, but there has never been an ideal time to develop one, according to its CEO.

PolarPro releases 'LiteChaser Pro,' a mobile filter system for the iPhone 11

PolarPro has released LiteChaser Pro, a mobile filter system for Apple's latest iPhone 11 models.

Video: Panasonic demonstrates viewfinder to correct color-blindness

The viewfinder compensates for color defects in vision to give color blind people the chance to see colors the way they should look.

Nikon D780 Review
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Nikon's combined the best of its DSLR and mirrorless cameras into one tough-built body, equally well-suited for stills as it is for video. For effectively modernizing one of the brand's all-star camera lines, it receives our silver award.

Nikon releases major firmware updates for its Z6 and Z7 cameras, minor update for the Z50

Firmware version 3.00 for the Z6 and Z7 camera systems brings major new and improved features, including updates to the AF tracking implementation, expanded CFexpress support, animal-detection autofocus and more.

February 17
Research firm claims Sony had nearly half of the image sensor market share in 2019

The Japanese research firm also expects the global image sensor market to grow from $17.2 billion in 2019 to $27 billion by 2023.

Rokinon announces 16mm T2.6 and 35mm T1.5, two new carbon fiber cine lenses

These two lenses bring the total number of XEEN CF lenses to five when you include the previously-announced 24mm T1.5, 50mm T1.5 and 85mm T1.5 lenses.

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