February 3
Grab a free copy of DxO OpticsPro 9 while you can

DxO is running a promotion through February giving away free licenses for OpticsPro 9, an older version of its Raw processing software. Read more

Capture One Pro 10.0.2 update adds new camera and lens support

Phase One's latest update for its Capture One Pro 10 software fixes a handful of bugs and adds support for more cameras and lenses. Read more

Nikon D5600 sample gallery

New to the US (but not to the rest of the world), the Nikon D5600 builds on the strengths of its mid-range predecessor. We've got one on hand – and some samples to share. See gallery

Creative Cloud subscribers in the UK and Sweden can expect price hikes starting next month

Citing 'fluctuating foreign exchange rates', Adobe has notified Creative Cloud subscribers in the UK and Sweden that they can expect increased fees. Read more

February 2
COOPH reveals new leather accessory collection

Photography accessory and apparel maker COOPH has launched its latest collection of leather accessories, consisting of a camera strap, memory card holder and wrist strap. Read more

FILM Ferrania P30 black and white film will get a limited 'ALPHA' release

FILM Ferrania has announced the ‘rebirth’ of its P30 black and white film, which will be made available soon as a limited 'ALPHA' edition. Read more

Sigma 85mm F1.4 Art DxO results: a new king is crowned

DxO just published its test results for the Nikon mount Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG HSM A, and they're impressive to say the very least. Read more

First samples from the new Nikon 70-200mm F2.8E FL ED VR

The NIKKOR 70-200mm F2.8E FL ED VR sample gallery is Nikon's latest, greatest telezoom workhorse. And so far, we're very impressed. See gallery

Throwback Thursday: doing the twist with the Nikon Coolpix 950

One of the most-anticipated cameras of 1999 was the Nikon Coolpix 950. With its unique design, relatively fast lens and 2.1MP CCD, it was the camera to beat. Take a look back in this week's Throwback Thursday. Read more

Stunning time-lapse captures the seasons of Norway

The footage captured in this time-lapse shot in Norway is absolutely captivating. Morten Rustad travelled some 20,000km to put it together and it was certainly worth the effort. Read more

Studying high-res satellite images on your lunch break can help uncover new archaeology sites

GlobalXplorer is an online program that puts ordinary citizens to work identifying new archaeological sites by looking at satellite images – no PhD required. Read more

Priceless memories come at a price with Lexar's new $1700 512GB CFast card

Memory manufacturer Lexar has announced it will double the capacity of its 3500x CFast memory card this quarter taking the storage capability to a massive 512GB – and it will cost an equally impressive $1700/£1733. Read more

February 1
Adorama introduces Canon RT radio controlled TTL studio head and hotshoe flash

Adorama has announced a new line of monoblock studio heads that work directly with Canon’s RT radio TTL flash system. The company claims that the Orlit Rovelight RT 610 TTL Wireless Monolight, with its RT system built-in, is the first of its kind. Read more

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 teardown reveals what makes the camera tick

The folks at All About Circuits have published a quick teardown of the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8, revealing the inner workings of the instant camera. Read more

GoPro Karma drone goes back up for sale with battery latch fix

GoPro's Karma drone is back on the market with a re-designed battery latch – a fix that GoPro claims will solve the power loss issue some owners experienced. Read more

Apple emphasizes iPhone 7 low light capabilities in "One Night" ad campaign

A group of photographers captured life around them on the night of November 5th, 2016 with the iPhone 7. The results are now shown off in a a new Apple ad campaign. Read more

Digital camera inventors awarded with Queen Elizabeth Prize

Four key scientists in the development of digital imaging technology are sharing one of the most prestigious prizes in engineering. Read more

Exclusive interview: Olympus R&D on continued E-M1 Mark II development

Olympus recently detailed for us some updates it's working on for its flagship OM-D E-M1 II, as well as some surprising insights about its current headline capabilities. Read more

This instant camera is made almost entirely of cardboard

A Ukrainian startup is looking to fund mass production of Jollylook, a camera made mostly of cardboard and paper that accepts Fujifilm Instax mini cartridges. Read more

Challenge of Challenges 2016: pick your favorite DPR challenge winner

We've picked some of our favorite images from last year's DPReview challenge winners – and now it's your turn. Read more

January 31
Canon releases downloadable EOS-1D X Mark II AF Setting Guidebook

If the EOS-1D X Mark II's AF modes make your head spin, Canon's offering a downloadable guide to the camera's AF settings to help simplify things. Read more

Unable to recover from failed Kickstarter project, Triggertrap announces it will close shop

One of the pioneers in the area of smart camera triggers, Triggertrap, has today announced in a blog post that it will cease operations in the near future. Read more

Get to know the Compass Camera, an ultra-compact pocketable film camera from 1937

The quest to make a ridiculously small, yet still fully-featured camera is not a new one. For historical examples, look no further than the Compass Camera. Read more

Benjamin Von Wong takes aim at coal pollution with post-apocalyptic photo shoot

Benjamin Von Wong's latest project takes us to a dystopian future where coal is king and oxygen is a precious commodity. Read more

ONA releases new style bags and accessories for mirrorless users

Premium camera bag brand ONA has announced a set of new small bags and a wrist strap that are aimed at owners of smaller mirrorless cameras. Read more

January 30
DPReview and the TWiT Network team-up to talk cameras

On Saturday, DPReview appeared on The New Screen Savers, a popular show from the TWiT Network hosted by technology guru Leo Laporte, to discuss cameras, photography, and the resurgence of film. Read more

Adobe Creative Suite 6 has been officially retired

Adobe has officially put Creative Suite out to pasture, making Creative Cloud the exclusive means by which consumers can acquire Photoshop, Illustrator, and other Adobe creative applications. Read more

Apple selling more Plus models than ever

Apple's upcoming financial results for Q4 2016 show that more consumers than ever have opted for the larger, dual-camera-toting Plus version of the iPhone. Read more

Fujifilm X100F vs X100T: what's new, what's changed and is it enough?

The X100F looks much like its predecessor and it's easy to assume it's only really the sensor that's changed. The more we looked at the differences between it and the X100T, the less true that seemed. Read more

January 29
Pulitzer-prize winning photographer Jack Dykinga reflects on his career

Photographer Jack Dykinga's career has spanned many decades, and over the course of years his focus turned from straight photojournalism to fine art photography. A new book and a recent interview with Resource Travel offer some insights into his journey. Read more

January 28
Comedy Pet Photography Awards open for entries

The organizers of the Comedy Pet Photography Awards are offering a £2000 cash prize for your best funny cat photo. Read more

Pictures show how badly earthquakes damaged Sony’s Kumamoto sensor factory

If you wondered why it took Sony so long to get back on its feet after an earthquake hit its sensor fabrication plant in Kumamoto, this picture taken in the aftermath might give you a clue. Read more

January 27
Shealah Craighead named Trump's official photographer

US President Donald Trump's official photographer has a well-established client base in Washington DC and previously photographed Sarah Palin on the campaign trail. Read more

Samsung Galaxy S8 likely to come with same camera specs as S7

Leaked product information indicates that the upcoming Galaxy S8's camera specification will remain unchanged compared to its predecessor. Read more

Selfly pocket-sized camera drone snaps to a smartphone when not in use

Selfly is another pocket-sized consumer drone seeking funding on Kickstarter. When not in use, it folds into a compact shape that can be attached to an included smartphone case. Read more

Applying color theory to landscape photography

Color theory can be a very complex, but useful subject when applied to modern landscape photography. Ted Gore has written an excellent piece on color theory that helps outline its use in landscape photography today. Read more

Hasselblad CEO Oosting to leave next week

The CEO who oversaw Hasselblad’s dramatic turn of fortunes over the past two years is to step down within the next week. Perry Oosting is widely credited with extracting the company from one of the worst periods in its 75-year history by finding new investors and helping to modernize the brand’s offerings with the H6D and X1D cameras. Read more

January 26
Hopes of Kodachrome relaunch put on ice

Hold your horses, all you would-be Egglestons: Kodachrome probably isn't about to make a comeback. Read more

LenzO underwater housing for iPhone 7 is rated for 100 meters

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus can stand up to immersion in water, but if you want to dive deeper with your smartphone LenzO's dedicated underwater housing might be up your alley. Read more

Study finds consumers are ready to embrace selfies as a tool

A Sony-commissioned study has found that the top ten future uses for smartphone cameras will include banking, shopping and healthcare, among others. Read more

Ultimate travel kit - Thailand with Olympus' E-M1 II & 25mm prime lens

Thailand has incredible landscapes, delicious food and warm and friendly locals. DPR staffer Carey Rose came to realize that documenting a trip like this with a 50mm equivalent lens was a lot more difficult than he anticipated. Read more

Landscape shooter Lisa Bettany shares her story of healing through photography

Travel photographer Lisa Bettany's journey into photography literally began one step at a time as she recovered from a traumatic back injury. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Five camera accessories you probably didn't need

Plenty of useful camera accessories come on to the market every year – but among them are some real duds. We took a fond look back at some of the accessories of the past decade or so that left us scratching our heads. Read more

ZeroTech to introduce 4K action cam with built-in gimbal

Chinese drone manufacturer ZeroTech has announced a handheld action camera featuring a built-in 3-axis stabilization gimbal. The Rollcap will shoot 4K video and 13MP stills while providing +/-0.03° of angular vibration compensation. Read more

January 25
Hands-on with Ricoh's compact Pentax KP

Ricoh has taken the wraps off it's newest DSLR, the KP. Resembling a mini Pentax K-1, and inheriting some of the same features, the KP arrives at the same price as the K-3 II, putting it at the top end of Ricoh's APS-C lineup. We got our hands on a pre-production sample recently, and we've prepared a quick product tour. Read more

Ricoh announces Pentax KP with new Shake Reduction system and 24MP sensor

Ricoh has announced its new Pentax KP, which is a more compact, modernized version of the K-3 II. It features a new 'high sensitivity' 24MP sensor, a 5-axis 'Shake Reduction II' system, interchangeable grips and a tilting touchscreen display. Read more

Fujifilm X-T2 Graphite Silver Edition goes up for sale online

The shiny new Graphite Silver edition of the Fujifilm X-T2 we got our hands on at CES is now on sale. Read more

The Vertu Constellation is a luxury smartphone with high-end specs, for a change

Bucking the trend for luxury smartphones, the Vertu Constellation offers actual high-end specifications including a 12MP sensor with 4K video recording. Read more

Sigma 85mm F1.4 Art sample gallery updated

We've been shooting with the Sigma 85mm F1.4 Art a lot lately, so we've added more images to our 85mm F1.4 sample gallery. Read more

This time-lapse captures the awe-inspiring power of lava flowing into the ocean

Landscape photographer Jack Fusco contended with rainy weather, logistical challenges and unexpectedly long hikes to put together this lava flow time-lapse. We think it was worth the trouble. Read more

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