July 19
Fujifilm's XF10 is a small, wide-angle APS-C compact

Fujifilm has announced the XF10, a premium compact camera with a fast 28mm equivalent F2.8 lens and 24MP APS-C sensor. This replacement for the X70 will ship in August for $500.

July 18
Special report demands 'Me Too' moment for photojournalism

It won't come as a surprise to anyone that there are some unpleasant, predatory men within the photography industry. However, a long-form, extensively researched special report in the Columbia Journalism Review about sexual harassment is still a depressing, eye-opening read.

Nikon KeyMission action cameras listed as discontinued on maker's websites

Is this the end? Nikon's UK and Japanese websites now list some of its KeyMission action cameras as discontinued.

Leica participates in $121M funding round for computational photography company Light

Leica Camera AG is now an investor in Light, the makers of the innovative L16 camera. According to the company, the funding will allow Light to 'expand the reach of its imaging platform beyond consumer photography'

Video: How phase detection autofocus works

YouTuber ZY Productions has a video wherein he provides a succinct summary of how phase detection autofocus systems work, their benefits and their shortcomings.

Leica X-U (Typ 113) Sample Gallery

The X-U is Leica's first ruggedized compact camera and is still the only waterproof camera on the market with a large APS-C sensor. That sensor sits behind a 35mm-equivalent, F1.7 lens, and we've taken it to the mountains and back to see just what it's capable of.

July 17
Gitzo teams up with Sony to launch tripod and L-bracket designed for α-series cameras

Gitzo and Sony have teamed up to launch a new tripod and L-bracket designed specifically for Sony α-series cameras.

Updated: Which Sony RX100 should you choose?

There have now been seven variants of the Sony RX100 series, and at least six of them are still current models. Confused? Here's an updated look at their differences, and our recommendations among them now that we've tested the Mark VI.

Kodak distances itself from failed Bitcoin scheme

The Kodak-branded 'Kashminer' Bitcoin mining scheme announced at CES has apparently collapsed, with Eastman Kodak distancing itself from the company behind it.

July 16
Kandao Raw+ is an automated image stacking tool for Raw files

The software uses computational imaging techniques to boost detail and dynamic range in your images, and reduce noise levels.

Fujifilm releases Provia 100-branded instant noodles in South Korea

As part of a promotional giveaway, Fujifilm Korea has released kimchi-flavored instant noodles wrapped in branding inspired by Fujifilm Provia 100 color reversal film.

Leica Noctilux-M 75mm F1.25 ASPH sample gallery

The Leica Noctilux-M 75mm F1.25 ASPH is a fast, high-quality and decidedly heavyweight short telephoto prime lens, designed for use with Leica's digital M-series rangefinders. We've been grappling with it for a little while - take a look at our sample images.

July 15
DPReview TV: Tamron 70-210mm F4 vs. Canon and Nikon OEM lenses

70-200mm F4 zoom lenses may not get as much attention as their faster F2.8 siblings, but for many photographers these lenses hit the perfect sweet spot of price, performance, and weight. This week, we shoot the new Tamron 70-210mm F4 alongside the equivalent Canon and Nikon models to see how they stack up.

July 14
Blackmagic external GPU for MacBook Pro now available from Apple

Blackmagic recently worked with Apple to develop Blackmagic eGPU, an external GPU that brings "desktop-class graphics performance" to the new MacBook Pro laptops with Thunderbolt 3 ports.

Skylum Luminar 2018 1.3.0 update brings many improvements, new camera support

Lightroom alternative Luminar has received numerous updates across both its Mac and Windows versions, primarily improvements to existing features, as well as support for additional cameras from Fujifilm, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Canon, and Pentax.

July 13
Sony replaces RX100 V with RX100 VA, bringing RX100 VI processor and firmware

Sony has quietly updated its RX100 V, bringing a couple of the goodies from the RX100 VI travel zoom. The updated RX100 VA gains a new processor and various firmware tweaks but misses out on the VI's other hardware improvements.

More powerful notebooks from Apple in the MacBook Pro line

Apple has updated its MacBook Pro series of notebooks with 15in and 13in models that are claimed to be better for intense image and video editing. The company says the new models are the most advanced ever, and that they feature 8th generation Intel Core processors for faster performance.

Adobe reportedly working on full Photoshop version for iPad

According to sources familiar with the matter, Adobe will announce a full-fledged Photoshop version for the iPad at its annual conference in October.

Apple ceases Photo Print Products, recommends third-party apps

The last day to place an order for Apple photo prints and related products is September 30th.

July 12
Manfrotto Noreg series launches with Backpack-30 and Messenger-30 bags

Manfrotto has launched its new Noreg camera bag series with the Backpack-30 and Messenger-30 models. Both bags are designed for premium mirrorless camera systems, each featuring internal camera units that can be removed and used independently of the larger bags.

The Kanton DX35 concept is an all-in-one film development machine the size of a coffee maker

Industrial designer Thomas Müller has created a concept device that attempts to democratize film development using an all-in-one device that sits on your countertop.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC RX100 VI review

The Sony RX100 VI is a spectacularly capable travel camera, combining a flexible zoom range with impressive autofocus. But there's no getting around the fact that it's an expensive camera, and a longer lens comes with certain trade-offs. Read on for our full analysis.

July 11
Mastin Labs' new 'Kodak Everyday' preset pack includes Ektar 100, Gold 200 & Tri-X 400

Mastin Labs has released its latest set of presets titled 'Kodak Everyday.' The pack includes film emulation presets for iconic Kodak films, including Ektar, Gold and Tri-X.

Canon EOS 6D Mark II firmware 1.0.4 update fixes 'rare' operational bugs

Canon has released firmware update 1.0.4 for the EOS 6D Mark II, adding important bug fixes for "rare instances" of issues with the touch panel and operation buttons.

Nikon Inc confirms the Nikon 1 system is officially discontinued

In an email to DPReview, Nikon Inc. has confirmed ''The Nikon 1 series cameras, lenses and accessories are no longer in production'.

Nikon Coolpix P1000: what you need to know

Nikon's new Coolpix P1000 boasts an extraordinary zoom range and a suite of powerful stills and video features in a (relatively) compact body. We're taking a detailed look at this powerful compact's key features.

July 10
PhotoMirage software creates moving photos from a single image

PhotoMirage, a new Windows application from software company Corel, transforms images into "mirages" by adding movement to elements like water or clouds. Unlike a cinemagraph, it does not require video footage – instead animating a single static image.

Tamron releases updated firmware for 28-75mm F2.8 for Sony E-Mount

Tamron's version 2.0 firmware update for its 28-75mm F2.8 Di III RXD claims to have addressed reported issues with autofocus during video shooting.

Moment launches camera app with focus on manual control

Lens maker Moment is leaning into the software sector, launching a newly-revamped smartphone camera app targeted at enthusiast photographers.

NVIDIA researchers develop AI that removes noise from images with incredible accuracy

A groups of researchers from NVIDIA, MIT, and Aalto University have developed an AI capable of removing noise and grain from images with incredible accuracy.

Nikon Coolpix P1000 shoots for the moon with 3000mm equiv. zoom

If the 24-2000mm equiv. zoom range on Nikon's Coolpix P900 just wasn't enough then you'll be excited about today's announcement of the Coolpix P1000. This camera has a once unthinkable 24-3000mm equivalent F2.8-F8 lens, though it's anything but light and will set you back $999.

July 9
Cactus releases firmware to add TTL control for Canon flashes

Hong Kong flash system manufacturer Cactus has released new firmware for its V6 II Transceiver that will allow it to wirelessly communicate TTL information between a Canon or Cactus flash and a Canon camera. The X-TTL update makes it possible to trigger Canon flashes and retain full TTL control with that flash either on or off camera.

Video: Pro lighting at hardware store prices

Want to create pro quality lighting for your videos, but don't have thousands of dollars to spend on expensive video lights? In this video, our friends over at ShareGrid demonstrate how to professionally light a model with some work lights, a bit of poster board and even a shower curtain.

Capture One Latitude style packs bring warm and cold color presets

Phase One has launched its new Latitude processing presets series, the latest addition to the company's Capture One Style Packs product launched last year. Both Latitude style packs contain eight presets, each with original, bright, and dark variations, for a total of 24 styles per pack.

Godox announces AD400Pro strobe, due out in August

Godox has announced the impending launch of its upcoming AD400Pro, a 400WS monolight with wireless shooting capabilities and a battery life of 390 full-powered flashes.

Buying Guide: The best instant cameras

The instant camera market is heating up, and with four formats and 15+ cameras to choose from, we felt it was high time to examine them all and pick our favorite.

July 8
DPReview TV: where to place a microphone to record great audio

There's an old axiom in filmmaking which states that an audience will forgive a poor quality picture, but not poor quality sound. This week, Chris and Jordan bring in an audio pro to demonstrate why a cheap microphone positioned correctly will outperform an expensive model placed incorrectly.

July 7
Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VI sample gallery updated

With enough reach to land itself in 'travel zoom' territory, the Sony RX100 VI is well suited for a wide range of shooting situations. We've made a significant update to our initial sample gallery with plenty of samples from the past few weeks.

PinBox is a DIY 120 format pinhole camera made from cardboard and an acid-etched aperture

Hamm Camera Company has launched its second crowdfunding campaign to bring a fun, affordable pinhole camera to life.

July 6
Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S10 triple-cam to offer super-wide-angle and 3x tele

Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone could offer a significantly wider zoom range than current high-end models.

US Postal Service ordered to pay $3.5m after using photo of Statue of Liberty replica

According to the lawsuit, the US Postal Service issued a new Forever Stamp design in December 2010 that mistakenly features the Statue of Liberty replica in Las Vegas created by Davidson rather than the original statue in New York.

Video: 6 in-camera video transitions in 120 seconds

Rachel and Daniel of Mango street share six video transitions you can do in-camera to make your footage stand out.

July 5
Controversial copyright ruling based on 'faulty understanding' but shouldn't set precedent

A copyright ruling against a photographer whose work was re-used has been criticized as a "very poor decision," based on "a faulty understanding of the fair use doctrine," by copyright lawyer Bert Krages.

Kodak Alaris brings 35mm Pro Image 100 film to Europe

More than twenty years after it was first launched, Kodak Alaris is officially bringing its Pro Image 100 film to the European market.

3 Legged Thing launches ‘one of world’s tallest monopods’

Tripod manufacturer 3 Legged Thing has launched what it is describing as one of the world’s tallest monopods, alongside a heavy duty model and a new monopod foot stabilizer.

Leica APO-Summicron-SL 90mm F2 ASPH sample gallery

The Leica APO-Summicron-SL 90mm F2 ASPH is a high-quality short telephoto prime lens for the company's full-frame SL mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. We've been shooting with it for a few days, to see what it can do.

July 4
How to photograph fireworks
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For folks in the U.S., July 4th represents an opportunity to capture the night sky all dressed up for summer's biggest party. Whether you're photographing fireworks for the first time or looking for some new techniques to try, we have a few pointers that might help.

July 3
NameThatLens is a cross-platform tool for adding EXIF info to vintage manual lenses

NameThatLens is a tool to help you add missing EXIF data to photos that were taken with manual lenses that are unable to transfer metadata to digital cameras.

Tamron 70-210mm F4 Di VC USD Review

The Tamron 70-210mm F4 Di VC USD is a lightweight telephoto zoom lens for DSLR cameras that comes in at an MSRP of $799. How does it perform? Find out in our full review.

Voigtlander releases details and price of its 110mm F2.5 Macro APO-Lanthar for Sony E-Mount

Lens manufacturer Cosina's Macro APO-Lanthar 100mm F2.5 E-mount lens is due to begin shipping in August 2018, and is quoted on the Japanese website as having a price of ¥148,000 – approximately $1350/£1050 before tax.

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