Lars Rehm

Lars Rehm

Lives in Spain Madrid, Spain
Works as a Technology Writer
Has a website at http://www.larsrehm.com
Joined on Nov 7, 2007
About me:

Lars is a freelance technology journalist, photographer and industry consultant. He reviews cameras and smartphones and writes about mobile photography and imaging technology for dpreview.com, connect.dpreview.com and a number of other English and German language publications.

As a former member of Dpreview’s testing team he has shot with and tested countless digital cameras of all shapes and sizes but nowadays is capturing many of his images with the camera in a smartphone. He is fascinated by the high rate of innovation in smartphone imaging and the endless creative possibilities offered by mobile editing, connectivity and the fact that your phone is always with you. You can follow him on Twitter @larsrehm.

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Olympus shows 'Open Platform' Micro Four Thirds camera module

Olympus is using Photokina to show a prototype 'Open Platform' camera module. Developed with the MIT Media Lab, the module is a Micro Four Thirds compatible unit that can be controlled from a smart device. Like Sony's QX series, the Olympus has its own shutter button but it also offers a hotshoe an is built around a more open software platform to allow developers to create apps to control it.

Pixels.com licensing service promises full control of images

Pixels.com is a new image licensing marketplace that aims to give photographers more control than competing services. Users can set their own prices for images and manage the type of licenses they want to offer. There is even an option to create custom licenses with your own terms and conditions. Learn more

Never lose your lens cap again with HACkxTACK

We all know the situation just too well. You're out shooting with your DSLR or mirrorless camera when you decide to swap lenses and have no idea where you've put the lens cap for the lens that's mounted on your camera body. Usually it's in the very last place you look for it. In the worst case scenario you never find it at all. Two Canadian designers have a solution to this problem. Learn more

Photokina 2012: Around the Show
The Photokina show extends far beyond the big camera brands, with hundreds of companies selling a vast array of accessories, services and related widgets. Then, of course, there are the visitors, reps and dealers who combine to give the show its character. Here's what we saw beyond the main stands.
Photokina 2012: Tamron Stand Report
Tamron shows the new 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II PZD and SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD lenses at its stand in hall 4.
Photokina 2012: Fujifilm Stand Report
The new XF1 compact and the X-E1 mirrorless system camera are the stars of the show at the Fujifilm stand.
Photokina 2012: Pentax Ricoh Stand Report
This is the first Photokina for the unified Pentax Ricoh with a stand in hall 2 of the Cologne Messe complex.
Photokina 2012: Olympus Stand Report
The OM-D is grabbing all of the attention at Olympus stand. It's those same customers Olympus is hoping to entice with its 17mm F1.8 lens, which we tracked-down a prototype of.
Photokina 2012: Leica Stand Report
Leica announced quite a few cameras at this Photokina, but it's the M that's getting all the attention.
Photokina 2012: Panasonic Stand Report
Panasonic occupies a large stand in hall 3 at this year's Photokina, with the new Lumix GH3 being the star of the show.