November 17
Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II added to studio comparison scene

We're hard at work cranking through our full Olympus E-M1 II review, but in the meantime, take a look at how it fared with our studio comparison scene. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Fujifilm FinePix F601 Zoom

Fujifilm's vertically-oriented compact camera packed a 3 megapixel Super CCD sensor, Motion JPEG video at 15 fps and an ultra-high ISO of 1600. Read more

DxO ViewPoint 3 adds automatic distortion correction

DxO's wide-angle lens correction software gets an update to include automatic distortion corrections and a tilt-shift lens effect. Read more

November 16
Picture of school boy in uniform wins Swiss photographer £15,000 Taylor Wessing prize

London’s National Portrait Gallery has announced the winner of its annual Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, with Swiss photographer Claudio Rasano scooping the top award of £15,000. Read more

MINT SLR670-S Noir is a refurbished Polaroid SX-70 with added auto modes

MINT is launching a refurbished and upgraded Polaroid SX-70 camera with some sweet feature upgrades – and a price tag to match. Read more

Google updates Photos app with advanced editing features

Google is upgrading the Android, iOS and web versions of its Photos app with a range of new editing tools and smart filters. Read more

DPReview asks: who would you want to shoot your portrait?

We sat down with ten well-known photographers and asked a simple question: "Who would you want to shoot your portrait?" Some of the answers may surprise you. See video

Vimble S is an intelligent smartphone gimbal with physical camera controls

The Vimble S smartphone gimbal allows for the recording of smooth video and capture of long exposures with a large range of smartphones. It also offers a number of intelligent features, including face tracking and automated panorama. Read more

November 15
DJI announces new Phantom 4 Pro and Inspire 2 drones

DJI has announced the release of two new drones, the Phantom 4 Pro and the Inspire 2, as well as new Zenmuse cameras, full of interesting upgrades. Mechanical shutter, anyone? Read more

Google's new PhotoScan app makes digitizing prints super easy

A new iOS and Android app from Google uses computational photography to make scanning photos quick and painless. Read more

Seagate 5TB Backup Plus Portable is 'world's largest capacity' mobile storage drive

Seagate is offering its latest Backup Plus Portable drive with up to 5TB of storage. Read more

Google RAISR uses machine learning for smarter upsampling

Google engineers have come up with a new way of upsampling images that achieves noticeably better results than the previously existing methods. Read more

Leica introduces red version of its 'world's sharpest' 50mm APO-Summicron

A limited edition version of the Leica APO-Summicron-M 50mm F2 ASPH will be introduced next month with a festive red anodized finish. Read more

2016 Roundup: Semi-Pro Interchangeable Lens Cameras $2000+

We consider semi-pro cameras to be those that will appeal both to professionals and dedicated enthusiasts. Whether you're seeking ultra-high resolution, first-rate autofocus or 4K video capture, there are some supremely capable models available. Find out which cameras we liked best in our semi-pro camera roundup. Read more

2016 Roundup: Enthusiast Long Zoom Cameras

While it's the pocketable 1" sensor enthusiast cameras that attract the most attention, there are now quite a few long zoom models. Whether you want 4K video, a lens reaching 600mm equiv or DSLR-style controls in an all-in-one package, you'll find one in our roundup of enthusiast long zoom cameras. Read more

Lensbaby Trio 28 real-world sample gallery

Lensbaby's Trio 28 is a little bit like Neapolitan ice cream – it puts three sweet flavors in one convenient place. See gallery

November 14
The internet figured out a genius way to make sure you see the supermoon tonight

No view of the supermoon? No problem. The internet has come to your rescue with a solution. Read more

Mountainsmith debuts Chris Burkard T.A.N Camera Series bags for adventurers

Mountainsmith has launched a 'durable' camera bag series called T.A.N. (Tough as Nails) in collaboration with photographer Chris Burkard. Read more

Olympus to give away OM-D E-M1 ll and 1M Yen in global competition

An Olympus OM-D E-M1 ll with a 12-40mm F2.8 Pro lens and ¥1M is up for grabs for the winner of the 2016-2017 Olympus Global Open Photo Contest. Read more

OWC's Thunderbolt 3 Dock adds 13 ports to your MacBook

The Thunderbolt 3 Dock adds a wide range of ports to the 2016 MacBook Pro models or any other computer that comes with a small number of built-in connectors and ports. Read more

PanoMoments cleverly adds the element of time to 360-degree images

PanoMoments' '360-degree living photos' are a kind of mashup between 360-degree images and Apple's Live Photos. Read more

It's finally here: Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG HSM Art sample gallery

The Sigma 85mm F1.4 Art is finally here, with a question almost as big as the lens itself: is it worth the wait? And, is it worth the weight? To find out, we wasted no time taking it out to shoot some portraits. See gallery

November 13
Spoilt for choice: which Sony RX100 is right for you?

Since the RX100 first came out, Sony has introduced a total of four updated models to market and hasn't discontinued any of them. Should you save a few bucks and go with less than the latest-and-greatest? Find out which one is the right fit. Read more

Great heights: Tim Kemple's aerial mountain photography

Adventure photographer Tim Kemple has made a project of photographing some of the world's tallest peaks from high-altitude planes and helicopters. Read more

November 12
Sample Reel: Check out the Panasonic FZ2500's 4K video quality

The Panasonic FZ2500 is a video-focused superzoom sporting a 20MP 1"-type BSI-CMOS sensor and a 24-480mm equiv. F2.8-4.5 lens. It also happens to shoot some pretty awesome 4K video. See video

Adobe SkyReplace promises to make swapping skies a breeze

Adobe has announced the development of a new technology that can automatically swap out the sky in your image, and claims to make it look realistic in the process. Read more

Slice and dice: Watch as a 60,000 PSI water jet slices an SLR in half

We defy you not to watch a 60,000 PSI jet of water slice a Canon SLR film camera in half, revealing the camera's internal components. See video

November 11
Firmware update for Panasonic G85 panning issue expected next week

We recently reviewed the Panasonic G85, and while it scored a Gold Award, eagle-eyed readers noticed a 'stickiness' in panning video clips when mechanical image stabilization was turned on. Thankfully, a fix is coming. Read more

Sphericam Beast studio camera lives up to its name with 6K 10-bit Raw 360-degree video

The cinematic Sphericam Beast features four 1" 4096 × 2160 image sensors, four 190º fisheye lenses, and four M.2 SSD drives with a 2.8 GBs bit rate. Read more

Tiny marvel: Panasonic LX10 sample photos

The Panasonic LX10 is a premium compact with a 1" 20MP sensor and a 24-72mm equivalent F1.4-2.8 zoom lens. Both capable and easy to bring anywhere, it's an attractive option for those seeking a pocket camera. See gallery

Accessory review: Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro

Tired of carrying around a laptop to back up and process images? Western Digital wants to set you free with the My Passport Wireless Pro, a battery powered hard drive with card reader, Wi-Fi, and a mobile app. Is it up to the task? Read more

 

November 10
DxO ONE adds Raw image workflow for iOS

DxO announced that it has added a full Raw processing workflow to its iPhone-connected DxO ONE camera, along with smaller Raw files, improved performance and full remote control over a direct Wi-Fi connection. Read more

Omnivision introduces new sensors for mobile devices with wider DR and lower noise

Sensor manufacturer OmniVision Technologies has announced four new image sensors for smartphones that claim improved dynamic range and signal-to-noise ratios. Read more

2016 Roundup: Interchangeable Lens Cameras $900-1200

Many consumers are likely to shop for cameras based on price and capability, rather than according to whether a certain model contains a mirror or not. In this category, you'll find both mirrorless and DSLR cameras that are highly capable, offer built-in high-spec viewfinders and a bevy of external controls. Read more

Affinity Photo beta now available for Windows

Following the launch of a Mac version in summer 2015, Serif has announced the availability of Affinity Photo for Windows beta. Read more

Canon is selling a gray version of the Rebel T6

It's no 'red ping pong paddle' edition, but Canon's entry level Rebel just got a new color treatment. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Olympus C-3040 Zoom

In the year 2000, Olympus updated its enthusiast-friendly digital zoom compact. The C-3040 Zoom turns 16 years old this month, and though $800 sounds steep for a 3MP superzoom, it was a pretty good deal in its time. Read more

Sony announces the PXW-FS7 ll with electronic variable ND filter and new handling features

Sony is preparing to release an updated version of its popular PXW-FS7 professional video camera that will feature an electronic variable neutral density filter that automatically compensates for exposure shifts of between two and seven stops. Read more

Nikon D5600 DSLR announced, though not in the US

The D5600 evolves Nikon's mid-range DSLR line by adding SnapBridge and additional touchscreen functionality. Read more

November 9
2016 Roundup: Interchangeable Lens Cameras $500-900

There's no shortage of interchangeable lens cameras in the $500-900 range. Whether they're mirrored or mirrorless, there's something for beginners and enthusiasts alike in this crowd of inexpensive cameras. Read roundup

Grounded: GoPro recalls Karma drone

Action-cam maker GoPro announced that it is recalling its new Karma drone after the company discovered that a small number of units lost power during operation. Read more

No dual-cam? No problem: Patch app for iOS uses neural networks to create fake bokeh images

If you don't own a smartphone with dual-camera but still want to shoot portrait images with 'fake bokeh,' the Patch app for iOS might be worth a closer look. Read more

Adobe updates Lightroom for Android and web, Photoshop Express for iOS

Adobe today dropped a fresh round of updates to its mobile and web photo app offerings. Read more

Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2

In this week's Field Test, DPReview's very own Wenmei Hill and Carey Rose head to beautiful Guemas Island to shoot a wedding, with the new Fujifilm X-T2. Read more

Stark contrast: how your camera copes with dynamic range capture

Dynamic range can seem esoteric and confusing but, chances are, your camera offers a mode to make use of the impressive capabilities of modern sensors. How do these work and what impact do they have? Read more

Olympus E-M1 Mark II real-world samples gallery and Iceland gallery update

The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II is built to take a beating while cranking out images at incredibly high speeds. We soaked it at a frisbee match, cranked the ISO at a rock show, took it into the studio for portraits, and more. See gallery

Full frame 48MP sensor with global shutter and 8K video hits market from CMOSIS

The Belgian manufacturer that makes some of the sensors used in Leica’s cameras has announced a new offering that features 48MP pixels and a global shutter. Read more

November 8
Fujifilm X-T1 and X-Pro2 firmware updates released, X-T2 update delayed again

Fujifilm has released two firmware updates: firmware version 5.00 for the X-T1 and version 2.01 for the X-Pro2. X-T2 owners will have to keep waiting for firmware that enables tethered shooting with Lightroom. Read more

The Leica TL is an upgraded Leica T mirrorless camera

The Leica TL comes with some minor improvements over its Leica T predecessor and will be available in November for $1695. Read more

Shaking up the market: Pentax K-70 Review

The Pentax K-70 is an upper entry-level DSLR that combines enthusiast level features and clever use of its image stabilization system at a fiercely competitive price. So what did we make of it? Read more

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