March 23
Throwback Thursday: Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3, Multi-Aspect Master

While other manufacturers were piling on Megapixels and longer lenses, Panasonic went with a lower resolution CCD and a bright (but short) lens on its Lumix DMC-LX3. The result was one of the best compact cameras of that era. Read more

Canon EOS 77D / 9000D sample gallery

With a Rebel on one side and an 80D on the other, the Canon EOS 77D occupies an interesting space in Canon's DSLR lineup. We haven't wasted any time getting our loaner unit out into the great outdoors. Read more

Zeiss is teasing a new telephoto Batis lens on its Instagram account

Recently, Zeiss started teasing a 'new Batis portrait telelens' on its Instagram account. A couple of Zeiss Ambassadors have posted photos from the yet-to-be-named lens as part of a weekly account takeover. Read more

March 22
Major firmware updates coming for Fujifilm X-T2 and X-Pro2

Fujifilm will launch a couple of major firmware updates for its X-T2 and X-Pro2 cameras. Features on the way include focal length-dependent minimum shutter speed in ISO auto and added tools for video shooters. Read more

Drobo announces 'easiest and fastest ever' 5-bay NAS storage with 5N2

Digital storage solutions company Drobo has updated its 5N desktop network attached device with a new version that it claims is easier to use and faster than any previous NAS it has produced. Read more

Midwest Photo camera store thieves reportedly cut hole in roof to steal gear

Midwest Photo, a retail store in Columbus, Ohio, has been the subject of a reported theft that the company president Moishe Appelbaum describes as 'Mission Impossible style.' Read more

Instagram will soon let you book photographers and other services directly in the app

Business accounts will soon be able to add a booking option to their Instagram profile, allowing potential customers to schedule appointments directly through the app. Read more

We asked three Canon lens masters to name their first and favorite lens designs

We asked three gentlemen who each have multiple decades of experience designing lenses for Canon to share with us their first and favorite lens – find out what they had to say. Read on

March 21
Meyer Optik Trioplan 35+ Kickstarter unlocks colorful lens trio reward

Meyer Optik recently added a new backer reward option to its wildly successful Trioplan 35+ Kickstarter campaign: limited edition red, green and blue variants of the lens. Read more

Apple launches new 9.7" iPad and limited edition iPhone 7 in red

Apple's new 9.7" iPad is meant to replace the iPad Air 2 and offers upgraded processor specifications. Proceeds of the limited edition (Product) Red iPhones go towards charitable causes. Read more

Android 7.1.1 update for OnePlus 3T brings improved video stabilization

With its Android 7.1.1 based OxygenOS 4.1.0 update, the OnePlus 3T's video stabilization is now on the Google Pixel's level. Read more

US bans most electronic devices, including cameras, on flights from eight countries

Electronic devices larger than cellphones will be banned in carry-on luggage on flights to the US from some Middle-Eastern and African countries. Read more

Fujifilm X-T20 Review
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The Fujifilm X-T20 is a midrange SLR-styled mirrorless camera that serves as the younger sibling to the X-T2. While it may be cheaper than the X-T2, the little X-T20 still packs a big punch. Read review

Opinion: Thinking about buying medium format? Read this first

Recent medium format digital announcement has turned a lot of heads, and for good reason. However, some of us are less excited than others. Technical Editor Rishi Sanyal explains why he's not quite convinced. Read more

Pentax KP sample gallery

A new 5-axis SR II IBIS system, ISO expansion up to 819,200 and interchangeable grips – the Pentax KP looks great on paper, but how about its images? See gallery

£10,000 of Sigma lenses up for grabs in Amateur Photographer of the Year competition

The UK’s Amateur Photographer magazine has launched its 2017 Amateur Photographer of the Year competition and is offering a total of £10,000 worth of Sigma lenses in prizes. Read more

March 20
Real 3D images of Mars make up this video of a simulated flight over the red planet

It took photographer and self-proclaimed space enthusiast Jan Fröjdman three months to produce a video turning NASA anaglyph images of Mars into a simulated flight over the planet. Read more

Lomo'Instant Automat Glass Magellan has a wide-angle glass lens

Lomography has introduced what it says is the first instant camera featuring a glass wide-angle lens: the Lomo'Instant Automat Glass Magellan. Read more

U.S. Supreme Court seeks permanent full-time photographer

Dust off your resume: the US Supreme Court is looking for a full-time photographer. Read more

Oberwerth launches Donau line of leather lens pouches

Like most of its other products, Oberwerth's new Donau line of lens pouches is made from soft cowhide leather. Read more

The home of the L-series: We tour Canon's Utsunomiya factory

Recently, we were granted the enormous honor of a guided tour through Canon's EF lens factory, in Utsunomiya, Japan. We were the first journalists ever to be allowed inside. Read more

Behind the scenes: An interview with the heads of Canon's L lens factory

We interviewed the gentlemen who oversee operations and development at Canon's Utsunomiya lens factory, the birth place of all L glass. Read more

Tamron SP 70-200mm F2.8 Di VC USD G2 sample gallery

Tamron's version two SP 70-200mm F2.8 lens includes moisture-resistance, which is highly relevant to our interests as we're halfway through an exceptionally rainy March. See gallery

March 19
Subject tracking: Why it matters to us and why it should matter to you

Almost every major manufacturer in the business offers some form of autofocus subject tracking; this feature lets you decide what subject the camera should track, and the camera takes care of the rest. Why should you care? Because it will change the way you shoot forever. Read more

March 18
Erez Marom: On causality in landscape photography

A successful landscape photograph can be created by many different factors, but among them, argues Erez Marom, is the visual interplay of cause and effect. Read more

March 17
Google Guetzli is an open source JPEG encoder that creates 35% smaller files

Google has announced the open source release of Guetzli, a new JPEG encoder able to reduce a JPEG's file size by up to 35%, without any significant loss of quality. Read more

Sigma announces 135mm F1.8 DG will cost $1400, arrive in May

Sigma has revealed pricing and availability for the 135mm F1.8 DG HSM Art lens it unveiled just prior to CP+: it will ship to customers in May at a cost of $1400. Read more

Samsung Galaxy S8 expected to come with 1000 fps video mode

According to reports, the upcoming Galaxy S8 will use a DRAM layer in its image sensor, similar to what we have seen on the recently announced Sony Xperia XZs and XZ Premium devices. Read more

Insta360 Air 360-degree camera for Android quick review

The Insta360 Air is an Android device add-on that seamlessly connects to your phone and records 360-degree stills and video. For $130, it's an affordable and fuss-free introduction to 360 shooting. Read more

Mitakon launches Mk II Nikon to Fuji X Turbo adapter that maintains angle of view

Chinese optical manufacturer Zhong Yi Optics has announced availability of a new version of its Turbo adapter that allows full frame Nikon lenses to be mounted on Fujifilm X series compact system cameras while retaining the intended field of view. Read more

March 16
Richard Cooke shares stories from a career photographing fast cars and RAF jets

Richard Cooke, an action photographer whose portfolio includes innovative air-to-air shots of RAF jets, has launched a weekly video series telling the stories behind some of his most daring shoots. Read more

Photo planning app PhotoPills now available for Android

PhotoPills is a very popular photo planning app among iPhone and iPad users. Now an Android version with all the same features as its iOS cousin has been launched. Read more

GoPro to cut 270 jobs as part of restructuring effort

GoPro plans to eliminate another 270 jobs, the company revealed in its Q1 2017 guidance report, via a combination of layoffs and open position cancellations. Read more

Fujifilm X100F Review
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Fujifilm's X100F is the most refined variant of the company's 35mm equiv APS-C camera. But does the latest version retain the charm to attract new buyers to offer enough improvement to re-enthuse existing users? Read more

Throwback Thursday: Our first cameras

This week, DPR staffers throw it all the way back to their very first camera – film and digital. Find out where it all started for us, and tell us about your very first camera. Read more

March 15
NanGuang introduces flexible LED lighting mats

Chinese lighting manufacturer NanGuang has launched a new kit that consists of a pair of flexible LED light panels designed for studio or location still and video work. Read more

Veydra's California headquarters robbed of 200+ lenses over weekend

Veydra, a California-based cinema lens maker, has reported the theft of more than 200 lenses from its headquarters. Read more

Updated: A look at the Panasonic DC-GH5's autofocus system

While the Panasonic DC-GH5's impressive video specs tend to steal the show, a ton of updates under the hood have made it a better sports shooter than you might expect. Check out how its updated autofocus system fares in our in-depth analysis. Read more

Photogenic Death Valley salt flats damaged by driver who abandoned van

An abandoned van found on Death Valley National Park's protected salt flats has been towed away, but tracks remain – and may be there for years. Read more

Fundy Suite offers wedding photographers tiered pricing for album design and sales tools

Fundy Software, maker of album-building and sales tools for wedding photographers, is updating its software set with additional features and a new tiered pricing structure. Read more

March 14
Belgian wins €15,000 Zeiss Award for Faroes project

A young photographer from Belgium has been announced as the winner of the 2017 Zeiss Photography Award for a month-long project on the inhabitants of a remote collection of islands off the north coast of Scotland. Read more

Sony Digital Filter camera app merges parts of three images into one

Sony has announced a new PlayMemories camera app called Digital Filter, essentially an updated version of its Sky HDR app that merges multiple exposures of a single scene. Read more

Juggling with one hand: Leica M10 shooting experience

For stills photographers, the Leica M10 should be the most useful rangefinder that Leica has yet created, but how does it perform? Barney ditched his DSLR and took the M10 to Japan for a few days to find out. Read more

March 13
Lumee Duo is an iPhone case with built-in illumination

The LuMee Duo is an iPhone case with integrated LEDs on the front and back, offering a brighter and softer illumination than the phone's built-in LED flash. Read more

Broncolor 'How To' site details how to replicate lighting setups and more

Broncolor has launched a 'How To' section on its website, including some helpful diagrams detailing the lighting setups used to create a variety of sample photographs. Read more

Fujifilm GFX 50S added to our studio test scene

Now that we've got the Fujifilm GFX 50S back to our studio, we've been able to shoot our test scene and write a preliminary assessment of its image quality. Does it live up to those large sensor, high pixel count expectations? Read more

March 12
Ask the staff: electronic or optical viewfinder?

Few features of digital cameras are as polarizing as the viewfinder type. Do you prefer an electronic or optical one? We've polled ourselves, so jump on in and let us know why we're each wrong (or, for a nice surprise, let us know why we're right). Read more

March 11
Leica M10 in Japan: Updated samples gallery

We've been itching to get the Leica M10 back since we had to give an early pre-production unit back to Leica. Fortunately, another camera arrived just in time for a recent trip to Japan. See gallery

Take a look at the first video cage for the Panasonic GH5

Polish video accessory-maker 8Sinn claims to have made the first video cage for the Panasonic GH5, and our friends at Photo Gear News have taken a closer look at it. See video

Hasselblad Foundation awards $110,000 prize to Dutch portrait photographer

The Hasselblad Foundation has announced that Rineke Dijkstra is the winner of its 2017 International Award in Photography and the approx. $110,000/€100,000 prize that goes with it. Read more

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