February 22
Panasonic intros Lumix S 28-200mm F4-7.1 macro travel zoom

Panasonic has introduced its Lumix S 28-200mm F4-7.1 Macro OIS travel zoom, which the company claims is the smallest and lightest full-frame zoom lens. The image stabilizer can reduce shake by up to 6.5 stops, and its macro capabilities let you get as close to your subject as 14cm (5.5").

February 21
Fujifilm teases new XF 16-50mm F2.8-4.8 kit lens

Tucked away at the end of its press conference announcing the X100VI, Fujifilm also teased a new version of its beloved kit lens.

The OM System OM-1 will get autofocus improvements via firmware this fall

While the firmware update will improve the camera's autofocus capabilities, it will pointedly not introduce features that are new to the OM-1 II.

Sony promises fast performance on new compact 24-50mm F2.8 lens

Sony will be shipping its new FE 24-50mm F2.8G this spring. This compact lens covers most of the popular focal lengths and offers dual linear AF motors that can keep up with the company's fastest cameras. It has focus, zoom, and aperture rings and is dust and moisture-resistant.

Fujifilm X100VI, a sample gallery from the streets of Seattle to Tokyo

We take Fujifilm's extremely pocketable fixed-lens out for a trip through coffee shops, nightlife and across oceans.

Sigma announces 500mm F5.6 DG DN OS super-telephoto for E- and L-mount

Sigma has announced its 500mm F5.6 DG DN OS 'Sports' super-telephoto lens. The lens has Sigma's latest image stabilization system and uses a linear motor for quick and quiet focusing, according to the company. Sony and L-mount owners can get it next month for $2999.

Sigma to ship ultra-fast 15mm F1.4 "Art" diagonal fisheye lens in March

Sigma's new 15mm F1.4 DG DN diagonal fisheye offers a 180-degree field-of-view and is well-suited to astrophotography with a manual focus lock switch and support for a lens heater. It uses a linear AF motor, supports drop-in filters, and is sealed against the elements. It will be available next month with a $1999 price for E and L-mount bodies.

February 20
This limited-edition X100VI comes with Fujifilm's founding logo

The Fujifilm X100VI is here, and you can preorder it right now. Does that feel just a little too easy? You're in luck!

Fujifilm X100VI initial review

The Fujifilm X100VI is the sixth iteration of Fujifilm's classically-styled large sensor compact. A 40MP X-Trans sensor, in-body stabilization and 6.2K video are among the updates.

Fujifilm X100V vs X100VI: What's the difference and should you upgrade?

The Fujifilm X100VI is finally here. Here's how it stacks up against its predecessor.

Fujifilm announces X100VI at X Summit Tokyo event

Fujifilm has used its X Summit event in Tokyo to announce the X100VI, the latest version of its premium large sensor compact. We're at the event, reporting from the presentation as it happens.

February 16
Film Friday: The Olympus XA, photography’s best tiny rangefinder

Want truly pocket-sized full-frame firepower? Check out the Olympus XA, compact 35mm rangefinder that's oh-so-fun to shoot.

February 14
Nikon Zf vs Panasonic Lumix DC-S5 II: comparing the $2000 full-framers

Panasonic's Lumix DC-S5 II and Nikon's Zf are two very different answers to the question: "what's the best enthusiast full-frame camera for $2000." They share more than you might expect, but with different areas of appeal. Discover the difference.

February 13
Panasonic Lumix DC-S5 II added to studio scene

As we complete our Panasonic Lumix DC-S5 II review, we've added it to our studio test scene so you can see how it performs.

February 12
Nikon Zf review: updated with video reel and impressions

The Nikon Zf is a 24MP full-frame mirrorless camera with classic looks that brings significant improvements to Nikon's mid-price cameras. We just shot a sample reel to get a better feel for its video features and have added our impressions to the review.

February 8
Sony a9 III available today: global shutter comes early

Sony announced that its a9 III pro sports camera is shipping earlier than expected. In fact, you can buy it right now at your favorite retailer for $6000. The a9 III is the first mirrorless camera to use a global shutter, allowing for incredibly fast burst shooting with no rolling shutter.

Megadap ETZ21 Pro review: A Sony-to-Nikon mirrorless lens adapter with impressive autofocus performance

This $250 electronic lens adapter is perfect for Nikon Z-mount curious Sony shooters — shhh, we won’t tell anyone.

February 7
Nikon NX Tether 2.0 adds video shooting, live view, additional settings control

Nikon's NX Tether 2.0 is out and gives owners of its higher-end mirrorless cameras (plus the D780) a host of new controls. Users can now capture video, get full-coverage live view (wirelessly on the Z8/Z9), adjust numerous shooting settings, and more.

Firmware update brings Pixel Shift and bird detection to Nikon Z8

Nikon announced firmware version 2.0 for its Z8 mirrorless camera. The update adds support for Pixel Shift shooting, bird detection, and an Auto Capture function that takes a photo when specified criteria are met.

February 6
Do camera manufacturers owe you future firmware upgrades when you buy a camera?

In recent years, it's become more common for manufacturers to add features or improve camera performance through firmware upgrades. But what obligation do manufacturers have to provide future upgrades when you buy a camera?

February 5
Hasselblad 907X / CFV 100C sample gallery

We borrowed Hasselblad's new 100MP CFV medium format camera back and a couple of XCD lenses to capture the first sun of the year in Seattle.

February 3
OM System OM-1 Mark II wildlife and street scene sample gallery

OM Digital Solutions' Micro Four Thirds flagship camera sees incremental updates to hardware, autofocus, image stabilization and a few feature tweaks. Through days of rain and rare winter sun in Seattle, we hit the streets to see what it can do in the real world.

February 2
The beginner’s guide to film photography: How to get started

Want to take the plunge into film photography? Here are all the very basics you need to get started.

February 1
Review recap: What we put to the test in January 2024

After getting a new lease on life in 2023, we here at DPReview are making up for lost time and getting the throttle back up to max. Here's a recap of the reviews and testing we've done this year so far, with more (and more and more) to come as the year goes on!

January 31
Sony ZV-1 Mark II review, a vlogging camera with excellent video that thrives in auto modes

Sony updates the ZV-1, giving the vlog-centric compact camera a 18-50mm equivalent F1.8-4.0 lens that's now wide enough for less cramped selfie mode videos.

The most important camera gear of January 2024

If you blinked, you may have missed it, but the first month of 2024 has already come and gone. Here's a recap of the most noteworthy camera gear announced, released, or put up for preorder this January.

January 30
OM System OM-1 Mark II initial review: AI AF improvements to Stacked CMOS flagship

OM Digital Solutions has updated its flagship high speed camera just two years after launch. The latest version includes more memory and some performance and handling tweaks.

OM System announces 150-600mm F5.0-6.3 super telephoto zoom

Alongside the launch of the new OM-1 II, OM System is also announcing two lenses, a 150-600mm F5.0-6.3 and a reissue of one of Olympus's first Micro Four Thirds lenses, the 9-18mm F4.0-5.6, with an updated body.

January 29
How to get the most out of your iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro cameras

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro are simple to point and shoot, but are quite complex under the hood. If you want to ensure you’re getting the highest quality images, here is what you need to know.

January 27
Sony World Photography Awards Student and Youth shortlists announced

This week, the World Photography Organization announced the shortlist for Student and Youth Photographer of The Year, part of the broader Sony World Photography Awards of 2024. The final selection won't be until April, but you can check out all the contenders right now.

January 25
Nikon Zf real world sample galleries

The Nikon Zf is a 24MP full-frame mirrorless camera with excellent image quality, very good autofocus and classic styling that borrows from the manufacturer's film bodies of yesteryear.

January 24
Hasselblad CFV 100C delivers modern medium format with classic style

Hasselblad has announced the CFV 100C, a 100MP version of its medium format back. The 100C features phase detect AF and face detection when used with the 907X camera and XCD lenses.

January 23
Fujifilm to sponsor World Press Photo contest, provide GFX prize packages

Fujifilm will provide GFX100 II and accessories as prizes and support for ten workshops during World Press Photo's global exhibitions in 2024.

Fujifilm XF23mm F2 R WR lens review

The Fujifilm XF 23mm F2 R WR delivers a 35mm full-frame equivalent field of view and stands out due to its small size and weather-resistant build. However, it faces stiff competition from lenses with faster F1.4 apertures. In this review, we tell you what you need to know about this popular lens.

January 22
Canon EOS R100 review: Rebel-like mirrorless camera, cheap but cuts corners

The EOS R100 is the cheapest way to get into Canon's RF-mount system. But, as the saying goes, you get what you pay for, since its older components make the R100 feel dated.

January 19
iPhone 15 Pro Max sample gallery: Is 5x telephoto reach worth the upgrade?

The iPhone 15 Pro Max stretches into new telephoto territory with its tetraprism design and 5x (120mm equivalent) reach. Is the extra optical oomph worth the upgrade over the iPhone 15 Pro’s 3x (77mm equivalent) telephoto?

Apple Vision Pro now available for preorder

Apple's $3,499 "spatial computer" is now officially available for preorder, with orders shipping on February 2nd alongside in-store availability.

January 18
One thing: Taking stock of gear and when to let go or lean in

We're as guilty as anyone of getting excited about shiny new gear and features, but let's not lose sight of the gear we already have by our side. Let's better appreciate what we have, consider what gives us joy, and get out there to take some photos.

January 17
Sony is bringing shutter angle to the FX3 and FX30 (eventually)

Sony is bringing a shutter angle setting to its two more affordable alpha-branded Cinema Line cameras, the FX3 and FX30, with a firmware update. Just don't expect it to roll out until later this year.

DJI's new Mic 2 wireless microphone comes with Bluetooth, 32-bit float backup recordings and a dial

DJI just released the Mic 2, the follow-up to its first wireless microphone system. Here's what you need to know.

Getting started with photography, our best primers for beginners

Camera technical details can get complicated quickly, but we all need a place to start before diving into the deep end. We've assembled a few of our favorite articles, tutorials, explainers, and guides to help beginners get started with photography and level up to advanced concepts.

January 16
Sony FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM II sample gallery

Sony's new 16-35mm F2.8 GM II lens is a real peach thanks to a small, light footprint, fast, silent autofocus, and outstanding optical performance.

January 12
Tenba Axis V2 18L backpack review: Fully functional, but lacking in features and flair

Tenba knows how to make a bag, and the Axis V2 18L is no exception. But this chunky yet competent backpack doesn't have a killer feature or look that makes it stand out from some pretty tough competition.

CES 2024: AI is inescapable

As CES 2024 draws to a close, one thing is absolutely clear: AI is everywhere, for better or for worse.

January 11
Hopes, dreams and speculations for 2024: Shaminder’s wild ideas about the year ahead

What surprises await us in 2024? Here are 13 serious (and not-so-serious) guesses.

January 10
Nikon Zf added to studio scene

As part of completing our Nikon Zf review, we've run the camera through our standard test scene, to see how it performs.

The crucial camera news from CES 2024 (so far)

The Consumer Electronics Tradeshow of 2024 is kicking off, and while we don't expect any huge camera announcements, there are plenty of other bits and bobs of interest to the photographically inclined. Here are all the most important announcements, awards and releases (so far).

January 9
DPReview Reader's Choice Awards 2023: Product of the Year

DPReview readers have spoken: after two rounds of voting, it's time to announce the winner of our 2023 Reader's Choice Product of the Year award, along with a couple of honorable mentions. Find out which cameras and lenses topped the list!

Panasonic Lumix S 100mm F2.8 Macro sample gallery

Panasonic's Lumix S 100mm F2.8 Macro is a full-frame L-mount lens that's designed to be a medium telephoto, portrait and macro lens all-in-one. We took to the streets for some portraits and shot a few macro photos for this first installment in our sample gallery.

January 8
Panasonic announces Lumix S 100mm F2.8 macro lens, ultra compact and more than just a macro

In conjunction with CES 2024, Panasonic has announced the Lumix S 100mm F2.8 Macro lens for full-frame L-mount bodies. Panasonic is calling it "the world’s smallest and lightest medium-telephoto fixed focal length macro lens," and it aims to act as a macro and medium telephoto lens with equal aplomb.

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