December 29
2018 Shoot & Share Photo Contest opens for entries on January 8th

Last year, 150K photographers participated in the so-called "only free & fair photo contest" in the world, The Photo Contest by Shoot & Share. Don't miss your chance to participate this year.

Yongnuo announces YN 14mm F2.8 in Canon mount

Yongnuo has unveiled a new Canon-mount lens. This time, they're offering an alternative to Canon's ultra-wide angle 14mm F2.8L II, and while you can be sure the quality will fall short of Canon's version, the Yongnuo is likely to be a whole lot more affordable.

GorillaPod unveils the Mobile Rig: A flexible tripod with two extra accessory arms

The Mobile Rig gives smartphone filmmakers the attachments they need to turn a basic iPhone video into a more professional-looking production.

2017 in review: a look back at October

October - in America anyway, it's a month for costumes, changing leaves and inebriated frights. And new cameras, and lenses! Join us as we take a look back at the tenth month of 2017.

December 28
Apple apologizes for iPhone performance issues, offers discount on battery replacement

In a letter posted on its website, Apple apologized to its customers for reducing performance on older iPhone models and announced that it would offer a $50 discount on battery replacement for affected phones.

Apple facing several lawsuits over intentionally slowing down old iPhones

Last week, Apple admitted to slowing down older iPhones as their batteries aged. This has sparked a flurry of lawsuits all over the world, alleging everything from deception to breach-of-contract.

Instagram rolls out 'Recommended Posts' feature, and users aren't happy

Instagram is rolling out its "recommended posts" to everybody now, and users who have already seen the new feature are taking to Twitter to voice their displeasure.

Canon and Sony dominate Lensrentals' most rented gear of 2017 list

Lensrentals most-rented gear of 2017 contains a few interesting surprises. Among them: Sony has out-rented Nikon for the first time ever, and a Sony battery somehow took the #6 spot overall.

2017 in review: a look back at September

In September we met Apple's newest smartphones, found out what it looks like when you don't use a solar filter to photograph the eclipse, and bid a fond farewell to Cassini as it transmitted its last images of Saturn.

December 27
Free Lightroom alternative Darktable is now available on Windows

Open source Lightroom alternative Darktable has finally made its way onto Windows, giving PC users yet another option if they're looking to ditch their Creative Cloud subscription.

Interview with an astronaut: What it's like shooting photos from space

Just three days after returning to Earth, NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik hopped on a video chat with Jared Polin, who asked him all about what it's like taking pictures in space. The resulting interview is fascinating from the first question to the last.

Tamron sets up 'VIP Club' for users with four or more registered lenses

In 2018, Tamron is debuting a 'VIP Club' for owners of at least four registered Tamron lenses. There are Silver, Gold, and Platinum levels, each offering progressively nicer perks for loyal Tamron users.

2017 in review: a look back at August

August was warm, sunny and busy for the DPReview team, with Nikon's D850 drawing most of our attention. Take a look back at what happened all those months ago...

December 26
A happy ending: Police recover stolen limited edition Leica from The Camera Store robbery

In a final stroke of good fortune, Calgary police were able to recover the last bit of stolen kit from The Camera Store robbery a couple of weeks ago. The rare limited edition Leica M-P has officially made its way back to the store.

Video pits the GoPro Hero6 against the 'GoPro Killer' Sony RX0

Is the Sony RX0—not even marketed as an action camera—the 'GoPro Killer' that so many people think it is? Kaiman Wong put it to the test in a side-by-side comparison against the GoPro Hero6 so you can make up your own mind.

Confirmed: DxO says new Nik Collection to be released in 2018

Two months after acquiring the Nik Collection from Google, DxO has announced that a brand new version is already in the works for 2018

Google's new AI ranks photos on their technical and aesthetic quality

Google's NIMA (Neural Image Assessment) model ranks photos on a scale of 1 to 10 in terms of technical and aesthetic quality. In testing, its rankings closely match scores assigned by human judges.

This stunning timelapse captured SpaceX's glowing Falcon 9 launch

When SpaceX's Falcon 9 took to the skies like a UFO last Friday, photographer Jesse Watson was ready to capture the incredible sight in timelapse. His footage of the launch is far and away the most beautiful we've seen so far.

Apple admits to slowing down older iPhones as the battery gets weaker

Is your old iPhone 6 or 6s camera slowing way down? Try replacing the battery. It turns out Apple will cut your phone's CPU performance in half once the battery reaches a certain age, to prevent internal damage and unexpected shut downs.

2017 in review: a look back at July

Ahh, July, the month the sun finally comes out in Seattle. While it was a slow month for new product announcements, there were some interesting developments for curved sensors – plus frustrating news for travelers at US airports.

So you got a brand new camera? Here's what you need next

If you're the proud owner of your first camera, congratulations! Now the fun starts. We've got some ideas to help you get started and get the most out of your new gift.

December 25
Season's Greetings from

As 2017 comes to a close, we'd like to wish you a wonderful holiday season and offer a sincere thanks for being part of our readership and community. We'd also like to let you know about some changes behind the scenes here at DPR.

2017 in review: a look back at June

In addition to long daylight hours and plenty of that sweet Vitamin D, June brought us some oddball photography news, mobile tech milestones and some new DSLRs from Canon.

December 24
2017 in review: a look back at May

Thinking back to May we struggled to recall anything much happening, but once we actually went back through the archives and looked, it turns out that May was a pretty busy month! Here's a quick reminder.

December 23
2017 in review: a look back at April

Ahh, April: the beginning of Spring. The sun starts to come out after a long winter, flowers are blooming and bears come out of hibernation. April was a pretty busy month in the camera industry, including some real blockbuster announcements.

December 22
Tether Tools reveals it used an image without permission, issues public statement and apology

TetherTools mistakenly used a photographer's image without permission – and demonstrated the right way to handle the situation by acting preemptively.

Panono's new owner offers camera to original backers at production cost

Despite stressing that it doesn't have any "liability or obligation" resulting from its assets acquisition, Panono's new owners say that it feels it has "a moral obligation to compensate the project's early supporters."

2017 in review: a look back at March

In March, we published the final pieces of show content from February's CP+ trade show in Japan, and said goodbye to an institution, as Popular Photography magazine announced its final issue.

Have Your Say: Best Gear of 2017

For the past few weeks we've been running a series of polls to find out what you - our readers - think of the major product releases of 2017. It's time to announce the winners of the first round of voting!

Houston neighborhood removes photography ban after sidewalk compromise

A wealthy Houston neighborhood has given in to pressure and will once again allow photo shoots in the area – just not on their sidewalks.

December 21
Rare Leica KE-7A military rangefinder camera for sale on eBay

The seller of this military-grade version of the Leica M4 says it's in good, working condition and is asking about $25,000 for it.

Imatag protects your images with invisible watermarks

Imatag is a new service that adds an invisible and indelible watermark to your images, all without any degrading effect on image quality.

2017 in review: a look back at February

In February, Nikon fans got the equivalent of a break-up text when the company announced it wouldn't continue development of the DL series. Take a look back with us at this and other highlights as we continue our 2017 month-by-month recap.

Rokinon AF 35mm F1.4 FE: sample gallery and impressions

If you're on a budget and want a Sony FE 35mm F1.4 lens with autofocus, this new Rokinon lens may do the trick – though it's not without some compromises.

2017 Readers' choice polls: High-end ILC of the year - break the tie!

For the past few weeks we've been running polls to find out what you, our readers think was the best gear of 2017. Several of the polls are close, but one is still too close to call, with only six hours left to vote. Vote now to break the tie!

December 20
10 simple DIY gifts for the photography lovers in your life

Scrambling for some last-minute gifts for the photography lover in your life? This COOPH video will show you how to make 10 simple and creative DIY gifts that won't take up too much time or money.

Photojournalist Andrew Grimm sues Ohio deputy who shot him

In September, a sheriff's deputy shot photojournalist Andrew Grimm when he mistook his camera for a firearm. Now, Grimm is suing that deputy, the Clark County Board of County Commissioners, and the City of New Carlisle, Ohio.

Idaho gets the first International Dark-Sky Reserve in the United States

It took 20 years of policy and hard work by Idaho residents, businesses, and officials, but the Central Idaho Dark-Sky Reserve is finally a reality. It is the first International Dark Sky Reserve in the US, joining 11 others around the globe.

Calgary police catch suspected Camera Store thieves, recover most of the stolen gear

In less than 48 hours from the high-profile camera shop break-in, two suspects have been taken into custody and $18,000 worth of stolen gear has been recovered.

German publisher Steidl ordered to pay $77k after losing photographer's prints

A German court has ruled that book publisher Steidl must pay photographer Lawrence Schwartzwald $77,000 for losing his print portfolio. Lawrence valued each lost photograph at $1,200.

Hasselblad unveils XPan lens adapter for the mirrorless medium format X1D

Hasselblad has announced an adapter that will allow owners of its XPan film camera to mount their lenses on the digital medium format X1D. The new adapter’s launch coincides with yesterday’s X1D firmware update, which introduced an XPan crop mode to the viewfinder and rear LCD.

2017 in review: a look back at January

As 2017 draws to a close, we're looking back at major product launches and events of the last 12 months. Today, we're beginning at the beginning - with January. Take a look at some of that month's highlights.

2017 Buying Guide: Best cameras for landscapes

Landscape photography isn't as simple as just showing up in front of a beautiful view and taking a couple of pictures. Landscape shooters have a unique set of needs and requirements for their gear, and we've selected some of our favorites in this buying guide.

December 19
FAA bans drones from flying near 7 nuclear facilities

The Federal Aviation Administration has officially designated seven Department of Energy nuclear facilities as drone no-fly zones, which seems like a pretty darn good idea.

Annie Leibovitz teaches photography in new MasterClass

MasterClass has announced the launch of a new course from legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz. This is the first time Leibovitz has offered an online course, which is priced at $90 for just the course itself or under an all-access pass for all MasterClass courses at $180/year.

The Voigtländer Nokton classic 35mm F1.4 for E-Mount ships in February, will cost $750

Cosina Japan has announced pricing and availability for the long-awaited E-mount Voigtlander Nokton classic 35mm F1.4. Sony shooters will be able to grab it starting in February 2018, for about $750 USD.

Adobe has released the final standalone version of Lightroom

They told us it would happen last month, and today Adobe followed through. The final update to the standalone version of Lightroom, version 6.14, has been released. It's all Creative Cloud from here on out.

Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III review

Canon's newest PowerShot flagship comes with a large APS-C sized sensor, built-in zoom lens, and yet, is small enough to fit in your pocket. So how does it stack up? Find out in our full review.

Hasselblad adds X-Pan mode and EVF preview to X1D, plus AF to H lenses on the X system adapter

Hasselblad has released new firmware for its X1D mirrorless medium format camera that brings it as close to a digital X-Pan as we can sensibly hope for.

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