June 3
New VSCO app for Android and iOS is coming soon

The popular VSCO shooting, editing and community app is giving us a sneak peek at its upcoming redesign. Read more

Pentax K-1 Pixel Shift Resolution: Updated Field Test

The Pixel Shift Resolution Shooting modes found in the Pentax K-1 offer a marked increase in image quality compared to the competition, but for a landscape photographer, how does it perform in real world shooting situations?  We took the Pentax K-1 to the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon to find out. Read more 

Nine black-and-white photo apps to elevate your monochrome game

There's no shortage of black-and-white filters for mobile photographers. But if it's a through-and-through monochrome experience you're after, these apps go above and beyond with advanced controls tailored to a black-and-white shooting experience. Read more

June 2
Nikon offers free battery exchange for D500 owners

Nikon is offering to replace 'early generation' EN-EL15 batteries for D500 users who are getting less than the expected battery life from their cameras. In a statement, the company explains that batteries manufactured prior to a design change in 2013 'may not be capable of the maximum number of shots possible [...] indicated in D500 documentation'. Read more

Sigma says three of its lenses are not fully compatible with the Canon EOS-1D X II

Sigma has announced that use of three of its lenses, the 20mm F1.4 DG HSM Art, 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Art and the 85mm F1.4 EX DG HSM, with the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II may result in some exposure issues. Read more

Ricoh Theta and Theta S apps add support for Google Cardboard

If you capture 360-degree images and video on a Ricoh Theta camera you can now directly view them through the corresponding apps, without uploading to a third-party service. Read more

Motorola Moto X Force / Droid Turbo 2 camera review

The Motorola Moto X Force combines a very capable camera with a rugged body. Despite our best efforts, it withstood some serious abuse in our testing. Read more

Three's a charm: Sony RX10 III added to studio scene comparison tool

We've added the Sony RX10 III to our studio comparison test scene. Does that fancy new glass shine on our test chart? Read more

June 1
Instagram introduces business profiles with insights, promoted posts and contact button

Instagram has introduced business profiles, allowing companies or individuals operating as a business to add contact details, promote posts and view insights related to their account. Read more

Pentax K-1 Pixel Shift: An update

Yesterday we published an article examining the performance of the Pentax K-1’s Pixel Shift mode when shooting waterfalls – a common landscape photography subject. We found various issues, including movement artifacts and false colors, but things aren’t quite as cut-and-dried as we originally thought. We’ll have an updated article online shortly. Read more

Setting new standards: Nikon D5 Review

The Nikon D5 is the newest iteration of the company's action-oriented flagship DSLR. Its headline features include a new Nikon-developed 20.8MP full-frame sensor and 153-point AF system. More than anything, though, the D5 is a camera designed to just work - no matter what conditions you're in. So, does it? Read more

OmniVision announces 1.55-Micron sensor for high-end smartphones

OmniVision's new image sensor offers a large pixel size and impressive frame rates. Read more

DxO OpticsPro 11 brings advanced Raw noise reduction

DxO has updated its OpticsPro software to version 11. OpticsPro 11 brings improvements to one of the last generation's headline features - 'PRIME' noise reduction. DxO promises that PRIME 2016 offers improved bokeh protection and better detail retention, as well as 4X faster performance. Read more

Sweet spot: Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 real-world samples

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 has the makings of one sweet camera. It uses a well-regarded 16MP Four Thirds sensor (with no AA filter), is 4K capable and features Panasonic's depth from defocus AF system. See our gallery

May 31
Photomyne app scans multiple prints at a time

The Photomyme app allows for faster throughput when scanning printed images by letting you scan more than one image at a time. Read more

Vitrima lens aims to bring low-cost 3D video capture to GoPro action cameras

Looking to bring more excitement to your POV snowboarding videos? A new case called Vitrima is in the works, which would enable GoPro action cameras to record 3D video. Read more

Virtual Reality: It's not just for gamers anymore

Virtual reality, or VR, has the potential to redefine the way we interact with images, including still images, movies, and other forms of visual storytelling. Read more about the creative potential of VR

May 30
Asus announces Zenfone 3 Deluxe with stabilized 23MP camera

The new Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe is a flagship phone with an impressive looking camera specification. It comes with a set of impressive camera features that include a 23MP 1/2.6-inch Sony IMX 318 sensor, F2.0 aperture lens, 4-axis optical image stabilization, electronic video stabilization in video mode and a hybrid AF system. Read more

To St. Helens and Back: Olympus TG-Tracker Shooting Experience

The Olympus TG-Tracker is an action cam that not only records 4K video with a 204° field-of-view, but also logs a ton of data along the way. We sent it up (and down) Mount St. Helens to put it through its paces. Read more

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We've been producing more video content than ever before, including tons of content from last year's PIX show, our ongoing series of long-form Field Tests, overviews of the latest cameras and lenses, as well beginners' technique guides and interviews. Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Read more

May 29
Looking Sharp: A focus stacking tutorial

Ever wonder how landscape photographers get stunning sharpness throughout their images even when shooting in challenging conditions? The answer is simple, but the process can be difficult. Focus stacking isn't for the faint of heart, but this tutorial should help to shed some light on the process. Learn more

May 28
Huawei P9 camera is nice, but it's still a smartphone camera

To dismiss the Huawei P9's imager as 'just another smartphone camera' would be unfair. Huawei claims that by using one monochrome and one RGB sensor, the camera is 100% more sensitive to light than its competitors. We found it to be enjoyably similar to shooting with a dedicated camera, but at the end of the day, it's still a smartphone. Read more

May 27
Novoflex releases Canon EF electronic adapter for Leica SL

Just bought a Leica SL but can't afford to buy a Leica lens to put on it? Don't worry - German manufacturer Novoflex has just the thing for you. Its new SL-EOS adapter costs €499 and transmits focal distance and aperture EXIF data, and supports autofocus. Read more

Dual-cam Duel: Sony and LG Innotek rumored to be competing for Apple orders

Rumors say that all 'Plus' variants of the upcoming iPhone 7 will feature a dual-camera design which could be made by either Sony or LG Innotek. Read more 

Critical eye: Picturesqe aims to highlight your best frames and throw out the worst

Picturesqe is a software application that’s designed to help you pick your best shots. We gave it a whirl to see if it could save us any time in post processing. Read more

May 26
Western Digital acquires SanDisk as more data moves to solid state memory

Hard disk drive giant Western Digital has acquired flash memory manufacturer SanDisk in a deal worth $18 billion. Read more

Unfade for iOS scans and restores old prints

If you have boxes of old faded prints in your closet, the Unfade app for iOS might be worth a closer look. Read more

Content-aware cropping coming soon to Adobe Photoshop CC

The magic of Adobe's content-aware fill will soon be available using the crop tool. Read more

ZTE Axon 7 features 20MP Samsung ISOCELL sensor

ZTE's Axon 7 smartphone offers flagship-specifications at a competitive price point. Read more

Lens shootout: Sony RX10 III destroys the competition

Recently, DPReview Editor Barney Britton took the Sony RX10 III hiking, and he saw that it was good. How good? Back in the office Sam Spencer took the RX10 III, II, the Panasonic FZ1000 and the Canon G3X up to the balcony for a good old-fashioned shootout. Read more

May 25
Broncolor launches range of softbox edge masks for rim light effect

Swiss lighting brand broncolor has announced a range of diffuser panels for its softboxes that help to create a rim light effect when the subject is positioned in front of the softbox. Read more

Vuze VR 3D 360 camera targets consumers with $799 price

At the Cannes Film Festival, HumanEyes Technologies unveiled the Vuze VR, a consumer-grade 360-degree camera for VR applications. Read more

Back to the action: Nikon D500 Review

The Nikon D500 is a 21MP DSLR that shares most of its key features with Nikon's flagship D5, but packs them into a smaller APS-C format body. The long-awaited successor to the D300S, the D500 is Nikon's most professional DX-format camera ever and, with only a few exceptions, we've been very impressed. Read more

2016 Roundups: Fixed Prime Lens Cameras

The fixed-lens camera market may be a bit niche, but it's here that you'll find some of the best APS-C and full-frame cameras you can buy. Read more

May 24
Brian May launches smartphone adapter for stereoscopic virtual reality viewer

Brian May, guitarist with the band Queen and a stereo photography enthusiast, has launched a kit that allows users to view 3D stereo pairs and virtual reality content on a smartphone for just £25 (approx. $37). Read more

Canon EOS 80D Field Test: Barney builds a boat

When the opportunity presented itself to build a traditional Greenland-style skin-on-frame kayak with craftsman and friend of DPR Kiliii Yuyan, DPReview editor Barnaby Britton used the EOS 80D to document the process. Watch video

Lensbaby Circular 180+ ultra-wide-angle GoPro lens launches on Kickstarter

Lensbaby has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Lensbaby Circular 180+, a lens that attaches to a GoPro Hero's waterproof housing. Read more

Olympus TG-Tracker keeps up with your outdoor adventures

Olympus' latest tough cam is packed with all the rugged and tracking features you could hope to bring along on your next alpine hike. Read more

May 23
Photo business: the rise and impending fall of social media 'influencers'

An interview with a social media executive paints a pretty bleak picture of the fading 'influencer' phenomenon in which individuals are paid handsomly to promote products to their large social media followings. Read more

Photo bomb: Student project sends Instax camera skyward

In what must be a one-of-a-kind project, a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology has installed a Fujifilm Instax camera on a DJI drone, making it possible to shoot instant photos from the air. Read more

Magnum Graduate Photographers Award 2016 winners announced

Magnum Photos recently announced winners of its Graduate Photographers Award 2016, providing each graduated photographer with a Magnum photographer mentor, portfolio review and a screening of their work. Read more

May 22
X-ray: iFixit looks inside the Fujifilm X-M1

iFixit gives us a look inside Fujifilm's X-M1, its entry-level X-Trans ILC, from a safe distance. Read more

May 21
Striking: Photos from a lightning hotspot in Venezuela

For landscape photographer and storm chaser Jonas Piontek, 'Lightning Capital of the World' Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela is practically paradise. Read more

May 20
Hasselblad offers no-loss trade-up on H6D to those waiting for 100MP back

With the Hasselblad 100c 100MP back delayed by the after-effects of the Japanese earthquake, the company has introduced a trade-up deal for photographers who want to get their hands on the new H6D medium format body sooner rather than later. Read more

LandscapePro software promises simple steps to dramatic changes

Anthropics Technology, the makers of the PortraitPro software application, claims its new software makes quick work of time-intensive processing jobs like replacing skies. Read more

Google teams with IMAX to create next-gen VR rigs for the film industry

At its I/O developer conference this week, Google announced a new partnership with IMAX to develop VR camera rigs for the film industry using its Jump VR platform. Read more

2016 Roundup: Interchangeable Lens Cameras around $500

While they don't necessarily grab the headlines, one thing is for certain: entry-level interchangeable lens cameras sell by the truckload. In our latest roundup we'll pick out the best options for those wanting to spend around $500. Read more

May 19
Processor designer ARM acquires Apical

Processor designer ARM is hoping to strengthen its position in new markets by acquiring imaging technology company Apical. Read more

Michael Reichmann, founder of Luminous-Landscape, dies aged 71

We are very sad to report the death of Michael Reichmann, founder of Luminous-Landscape. Michael was a towering figure in the digital photography press and he will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him and by his millions of readers. Read more

Fast and steady: Tamron 85mm F1.8 Di VC USD real-world samples

The Tamron 85mm F1.8 claims the title of the world's first fast-aperture 85mm lens with stabilization. We've spent some time getting to know it on full-frame and crop sensor bodies alike. Read more

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