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  • Follow the link to the Flickr source where dpreview got the pictures and you can see larger versions.

  • I was at an in-person session with Jay Dickman and Nevada Wier run by National Geographic a while back. Neither photographer uses a tripod when doing NetGeo style work because their kits need to...

  • I think most of the innovation with consumer tech will stay on the Earth for a while. Space tech is largely pretty old relative to consumer tech because it needs to be tested for extreme...

  • Commented on HTC One M8 Camera Review post

    I think the issue that you've demonstrated with Ufocus is because the depth measurement is so much lower resolution than the actual photograph, not capturing small objects like the bicycle parts or...

  • The aperture isn't different, it's the distance between the aperture and the film/sensor. On most cameras, the size of the sensor and the distance to the aperture mean there isn't a lot of...

  • I don't think it's new, my Canonet GIII from the early 70s is a 40mm fixed lens.

  • You can certainly think of it that way, but large and historic cameras don't necessarily combine the glass and the aperture into a single unit as is standard in modern cameras.

    BTW: while the...

  • Actually, it can be both, it's just uncommon to combine them. Here is an image of my 0.15mm pinhole (24mm focal length on 120 film 6x6 frame) with a lens attached -...

  • There is a simple solution to the concern of "flooding" and "diluting". Just use the DPReview news filter feature to turn off the "Connect" part of the feed for your view. You won't see any more...

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