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Mobile Speed: Portable SSDs for photographers

Still carrying around spinning hard drives when you work away from home? It's never been easier to switch to portable SSDs. We take a look at several popular SSD products, as well as a do-it-yourself solution. Read more

December 3
Simple Studio Technique: Pet Portraits

Man’s best friend isn’t necessarily the most cooperative portrait subject. After spending some time photographing dogs (and a few cats) awaiting adoption at a local shelter, we’ve learned some lessons and have a number of tips for better pet portraits. Read more

Lensrentals tears down the Nikon 105mm F1.4

Despite some gripes with Nikon's marketing of the 105mm F1.4, Lensrentals finds a lot to like inside Nikon's new lens. Read more

December 2
Canon patent shows curved sensor design

A Japanese blog is reporting on a Canon patent that shows a curved image sensor design that aims to reduce vignetting. Read more

Think Tank Photo Outlet Center launches with discounted goods

If you can live without original packaging and tags, Think Tank's new online outlet can save you quite a bit of change on a bag. Read more

Olympus E-M1 owners report firmware 4.2 bugs

Olympus OM-D E-M1 owners are reporting issues using their cameras after updating to firmware version 4.2. Read more

Firmware update adds support for K-AF4 lenses to Pentax K-3 and K-50

Ricoh has released firmware updates for its K-3 and K-50 DSLRs which add support for the company's K-AF4 lenses. Read more

December 1
Fujifilm launches X-A10 as entry-level X-series model

Fujifilm has added a new entry-level model to its X-series of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras in the shape of the X-A10. The camera will use a 16MP APS-C sensor and will come equipped with a flip-up rear screen designed to make taking selfies easier. Read more

Slik Lite tripods feature built-in LED lights

Intro 2020 has launched its Slik Lite series, a line of tripods that feature a built-in removable LED light. Read more

Google Pixel users reporting camera app issue

The camera apps on some Google Pixel devices is frequently crashing in certain conditions. So far Google has not been able to provide a solution. Read more

The whole nine yards: Canon 35mm F1.4L II USM review

Canon threw everything but the kitchen sink at its overhaul of the 35mm F1.4L, and the Mark II version's performance does not disappoint – if you can get past a very steep price tag. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Olympus E-10

In the year 2000, a camera like nothing before it arrived: the Olympus E-10. With a fast lens, tons of dials and buttons, and the ability to use the optical viewfinder and live view at the same time, it was an impressive (but expensive) beast. Read more

Faster operation and new sharpening tools for Phase One Capture One Pro 10

Camera, lens and software manufacturer Phase One has introduced a new version of its image manipulation software package that it says improves the speed at which it runs and which adds a collection of new editing tools – as well as compatibility with additional cameras and lenses. Read more

November 30
Earliest known Nikon camera fetches over $400,000 in Austrian auction

A Nikon 1 camera sold at auction in Austria this month has become the most expensive Nikon ever after achieving a sale price of €384,000 (approx $406,000) – double the expected maximum estimate. Read more

GoPro 'restructuring' effort will layoff 200 full-time employees

GoPro's woes continue as it announces another round of layoffs on the heels of a recall of its Karma drone. Read more

Meizu Pro 6 Plus features 12MP Sony sensor and LED ring flash

The Meizu Pro 6 Plus offers promising camera specifications and high-end components all around. Read more

Venus Laowa 12mm F2.8 Zero-D sample gallery

Chinese optics company Venus caused a stir when it announced a 12mm F2.8 lens with claims of almost zero rectilinear distortion. The lens is comparably small in its super wide class, and its claims of little barrel distortion are pretty tantalizing. See gallery

November 29
Google updates Earth Timelapse with petabytes of new data

Google has updated its interactive Earth Timelapse feature with better imagery and several years of new data. The massive update added petabytes of new data and brings it up to 2016. Read more

Fujifilm X-T2 tethered shooting firmware arrives, also adds button lock

Fujifilm has released its much anticipated firmware for the X-T2 that enables tethered shooting with the forthcoming Tethered Shooting Plug-in Pro application, and has added a number of other fixes and a new feature. Read more

PogoCam is the world's smallest wearable camera

The PogoCam is a tiny wearable cam that attaches to spectacle frames and can record still images and video. Read more

Canon releases new firmware for EOS 5D IV to correct varying flash color

Canon has introduced an update for the EOS 5D IV DSLR that corrects a color issue when using flash and improves the camera's performance when the company's new tele-converters are in use. Read more

Grip Gear introduces Movie Maker, a tiny slider for smartphones and action cams

Grip Gear's Movie Maker offers a motorized slider that's compatible with smartphones and action cams. Read more

New kid on the block: YI M1 review

YI enters the ILC market with its M1 mirrorless camera, boasting a 20MP Four Thirds sensor and a slick touchscreen user interface. We've got a full review of this new addition to the MFT lineup. Read more

November 28
Cokin launches vintage-styled Riviera Classic tripod

Handsome retro styling: not just for mirrorless cameras. Read more

RNI's Colibri app gives your digital images a slide-film look

The new Colibri app applies machine learning methods to give your digital images the look of high-end slide film. Read more

VLC 3.0 technical preview launches with 360 video and photo support

Support for 360-degree video is coming to VLC 3.0. You can check out a technical preview now. Read more

Video: Shooting Dog Portraits with the Sony a6300

Ever wondered how to take great dog portraits? In this video, DPReview's Sam Spencer takes one of our favorite cameras - the Sony a6300 - to shoot some of our favorite animals. See video

November 27
Five reasons to buy the Sony RX100 V (and four reasons to reconsider)

The Sony RX100 V is the world's most advanced pocketable camera with a 1"-type sensor, and it's also the most expensive. For some photographers it'll be just what the doctor ordered, while it may not be the best choice for others. Read more

November 26
The good, the bad and the ugly of aerial photography - part 3: equipment

When you're shooting from a light plane or a helicopter, you'll want to consider the equipment you bring carefully. Veteran landscape and aerial photographer Erez Marom has some suggestions. Read more

November 25
Chronos high-speed camera hits crowdfunding goal in record time

The Chronos 1.4 Kickstarter project aims to offer a professional level high-speed video specification at a fraction of the cost of comparable systems. Read more

Sony Xperia XZ camera review

The Sony Xperia XZ has all the right moves: 4K video, a 23MP sensor and a dedicated camera button. But competition is steep among its high-end competitors, and in terms of camera performance the Xperia XZ struggles to stand out. Read more

November 24
Which instant camera should I buy? 2016 Instax mini roundup

The holidays are upon us, and one of the easiest ways to give the gift of photography this season is with a comparably inexpensive instant camera. We decided to compare eight cameras that use the Instax mini format and figure out what's what. Read more

Camera Roundups updated for the holidays

Just in time for what America calls 'the holiday season,' we've updated our camera roundups. We've distilled everything we know about just about every camera on the market and recommended the models that stood out for us. Read more

Photo gifts for every budget: 2016 Holiday Gift Guides

It's not easy shopping for a photographer. But before you give up and just get a gift card, take a look through our carefully selected holiday gift suggestions, grouped by price range, for the photographer in your life. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Casio QV-4000

One of the first 4MP compacts on the market, the QV-4000 boasted more than a hundred weirdly specific, user-selectable 'Best Shot' scene modes. Read more

November 23
New supercapacitor technology could bring an end to our battery charging woes

Scientists at the University of Central Florida have developed a new supercapacitor technology that could potentially power the mobile devices and cameras of the future. Read more

Elinchrom extends Skyport radio transmitter compatibility to Panasonic Lumix cameras

Flash manufacturer Elinchrom has released new firmware for its EL-Skyport Transmitter Plus HS for Olympus so that the device will be able to work with Panasonic Lumix cameras as well as Olympus OM-D models. Read more

SeaLife's DC2000 underwater camera sports a 1" sensor and dives 60m deep

Underwater camera maker SeaLife has launched the DC2000, a 1" 20MP compact with a waterproof housing rated to 60m. Read more

The iBlazr Case comes with 40 LEDs and a built-in battery pack

The iBlazr Case provides 5 times the light output of the iPhones built-in LED flash and doubles as a flashlight. Read more

2016 Roundup: Compact Enthusiast Zoom Cameras

Over the last couple of years, the enthusiast zoom camera market has exploded. Most cameras in the group have 1"-type sensors and fast lenses, though not a lot of zoom power. Our updated roundup gives an overview of the class and highlights our top picks. Read more

Ultimate OM-D: Olympus E-M1 Mark II Review

Olympus has called its OM-D E-M1 Mark II 'overdeveloped' and, in many cases, that's true. From its blazing-fast burst shooting to advanced AF system, nearly every spec stands out. We've put the Mark II through its paces to see if it lives up to the company's hype. Read more

2016 Roundup: Best Camera Drones Under $1500

Are you ready to jump into the world of aerial photography? It's never been easier! We'll help you get started with our first ever drone roundup, with a focus on which drones are good for capturing photos and video. Read more

Announcing the PDN Gift Guide 2016

Our friends at Photo District News just published their annual Gift Guide, including gift ideas from the reviews team here at DPReview. Check out our recommendations. Read more

November 22
Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM Art Lens Review

The Sigma 12-24mm F4 comes at a fraction of the cost of the Canon 11-24mm F4L, but the real question is: can it match its performance? Read more 

Godox launches mini radio flash unit for Sony mirrorless cameras

Flash and accessory manufacturer Godox has announced a new radio controlled flash unit that it says is designed to work with the Sony mirrorless range of cameras. Read more

Sony a7 II firmware version 3.30 now available

A minor firmware update for the Sony a7 II improves exposure when flash is used. Read more

Action-packed: Sony a6500 First Impressions

The Sony a6500 is the company's premium APS-C offering and well-suited for fast action photography. We put it to the ultimate test over 48 hours shooting skateboarding, tennis, lacrosse, soccer, basketball, music and rodeo. Did it keep up? Read on

LensRentals tests the Nikon 70-200mm F2.8 FL ED

LensRentals' optical testing shows Nikon's third generation 70-200mm F2.8 makes some notable sharpness gains in the middle of the zoom range. Read more

November 21
Manfrotto launches stylish Windsor Collection bags

Manfrotto is going uptown with its new Windsor collection of backpacks, messenger and shoulder bags designed for the style-conscious photographer. 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

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