April 10
Boxfish 360 Micro Four Thirds camera can record 5K spherical videos

Boxfish Research has announced the Boxfish 360, a 5K camera equipped with multiple Panasonic Micro Four Thirds sensors able to capture spherical photos and video. Read more

KeyMission 360 firmware update improves stability under iOS 10.2

Nikon has issued a firmware update for its KeyMission 360-degree action camera that improves compatibility with iOS devices. Read more

Fujifilm GFX 50S vs Pentax 645Z vs Hasselblad X1D

Led by Pentax, digital medium format has gone from being the preserve of the pro to something a little more attainable. But what features matter most in such a camera and how do the three sub-$10,000 44 x 33mm cameras compare? Read more

April 9
Opinion: Shooting DNG on the Sigma sd Quattro H is a game changer

The Sigma sd Quattro H offers a little update that makes a big impact: the ability to shoot DNG Raws. If Sigma wants to bring Foveon tech to the mass market, then this was definitely a step in the right direction. Read more

Sigma sd Quattro H real world samples gallery

Sigma's new sd Quattro H camera carries the company's largest-ever Foveon sensor with a claimed 51MP of equivalent resolution. Check out our samples that range from cherry blossoms to cityscapes and coffee shops to the studio. Read more

April 8
Headed to Havana? Check out these photo spots

Photographer Edin Chavez shares his go-to photo spots in Havana, complete with Google Map locations for your trip planning convenience. Read more

Lensrentals: Tamron 70-200 F2.8 G2's resolution is excellent

Roger Cicala, confirmed lens nerd and Lensrentals founder, has put Tamron's new 70-200mm F2.8 'G2' to the test, and the results are impressive. Read more

April 7
Leica offers free fix for faulty AF in some S lenses

Leica has finally announced that it has found a reliable replacement for the defective focus drive units in some of the S lenses from its medium-format system. Read more

Everypixel Aesthetics uses neural networks to judge your photographs

Everypixel uses neural networks for ranking stock images and for this purpose has trained the algorithms to judge the aesthetic value of a stock image in the same way as a human would do. Read more

At the market: Panasonic GH5 sample video

We've been hard at work testing the new Panasonic GH5, and while we put the finishing touches on our review, we wanted to share a video we shot with the camera at Seattle's Pike Place Market. Read more

Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D Sample Gallery

We've posted an assortment of sample photos from Canon's 'midrange entry-level' Rebel T7i / EOS 800D. Oh, and it's Spring here in Seattle, so expect a lot of flowers. View gallery

April 6
Adobe Research tackles selfie photography with new AI-powered tech

Adobe has revealed new research that would allow users to adjust the look of their selfies by changing perspective and depth of field after capture. Read more

Meyer-Optik announces move into high-end lenses for mirrorless cameras with Primagon 24

German lens manufacturer Meyer-Optik-Gorlitz has announced it is to produce a premium 24mm lens that will come in mounts for all mirrorless camera systems. Read more

Western Digital launches its first portable SSD

The My Passport SSD is Western Digital's first portable SSD and comes with 256GB, 512GB or 1TB capacity. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Entering the DSLR world with the Canon EOS 10D

The Canon EOS 10D was a hugely advanced camera when it was announced in 2003. In this week's Throwback Thursday, Barney looks back at the 10D, and shares some memories of his first DSLR. Read more

Canon introduces EF-S 35mm F2.8 macro lens with built-in ring light

Canon has introduced a compact 35mm F2.8 macro lens with a built-in LED ring light and a 3cm minimum focus distance. Read more

Canon's PowerShot SX730 HS travel zoom offers 40x lens in a very small package

Canon has released the PowerShot SX730 HS, an ultra compact travel zoom with a long 24-960mm equivalent lens, flip-up LCD and numerous wireless functions. Read more

Ultra large and custom film sizes now on order from Ilford Photo

Harman Technology has announced that its annual large format and custom film ordering scheme is open from now until May 26th. Read more

Canon outfits industrial drone with ME20F-SH all-purpose camera

If you're looking for a drone that can fly in nasty weather and shoot at ISO 4 million, then Canon has something for you. Read more

April 5
New York Times reportedly more than doubles photographers' pay rate

The New York Times has more than doubled its photographers' pay, according to a new report, increasing its day rate from $200 to $450. Read more

Elinchrom launches improved Deep Umbrellas

Elinchrom's new Deep Umbrellas are available in two sizes and can be converted into softboxes using diffusors and reflectors. Read more

Zeiss formally announces Batis 135mm F2.8

Zeiss has announced a new medium telephoto full-frame Batis lens for Sony E mount: the Batis 2.8/135. Read more

Honor 8 Pro combines big screen with dual-cam and large battery

The Honor 8 Pro offers a similar camera and general specifications as the Huawei Mate 9 or P10 at a noticeably lower price point. Read more

Fujifilm GFX 50S Review: Modern MF

The Fujifilm GFX 50S medium format digital camera is capable of some of the best image quality we've ever tested. But is that enough of a reason to buy it? Read more

Apple is working on a reimagined Mac Pro, apologizes for lack of updates

Looks like Apple is dragging the concept for its uniquely shaped Mac Pro right to the proverbial trash bin. Read more

April 4
Gudsen launches Moza Air 3-axis powered stabilization system

Chinese stabilization brand Gudsen has announced a new addition to its Moza range of powered gimbals that’s aimed at users of compact system cameras and small-medium sized DSLRs: the Moza Air. Read more

Android 7.1.2 update fixes Google Pixel's pink camera streaks issue

Google has released Android 7.1.2 for the Pixel and Nexus smartphones, and with it comes a fix for the pink streaking issue affecting some Pixel cameras. Read more

Firmware update brings DNG support and improved AF speeds to Sigma sd Quattro

Sigma has released a firmware update for its sd Quattro that adds support for the DNG format, improves AF speeds and enhances compatibility with the company's Capture Pro software. Read more

Alcatel Flash features front and rear dual-cams

Alcatel's new Flash smartphone is one of the first devices to offer dual-cameras on the front and back. Read more

CP+ 2017 - Sony interview: 'We need to offer new imaging experiences'

Earlier this year, we traveled to the CP+ trade show in Yokohama, Japan and at the show, we talked to Yasuyuki Nagata of Sony. Read our interview

The 'Crapinon' is a 135mm lens made from discarded parts

Freelance video producer Mathieu Stern found a new life for a discarded lens tube he found at a flea market. Read more

Magic Lantern brings 4K recording to the Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Magic Lantern made April fools of us all by going live with an experimental build for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III on April 1st. It's in early stages of development but it's the real deal, and brings 4K video to the 5D III. Read more

April 3
Fotodiox Pro FACTOR Series announced with nine high-output LED lights

Fotodiox Pro has launched its new FACTOR Series, a lineup of nine bi-color and high-output LED light panels for various photographic needs. Read more

Image style AI can convert paintings to photographs

A new artificial intelligence algorithm can reverse the painting style effects that apps like Prisma apply to photographs. Read more

Sony's sensor roadmap includes a 150MP medium-format chip for 2018

Sony semiconductor is planning to launch several medium-format image sensors with 100 or 150MP resolution in 2018. Read more

Nikon centralizes optical engineering departments from across the business

Nikon Corporation has announced that it is to bring all its optical engineering facilities under one roof with the establishment of a single division to service the needs of the whole organization. Read more

Hasselblad X1D-50c First Impressions Review

The Hasselblad X1D-50c is a mirrorless medium format camera from one of the most famous camera brands of the 20th century. It's a fairly radical (and important) camera for the Swedish company, so we're taking a closer look. Read more

Sigma 135mm F1.8 Art Sample Gallery

Recently the new Sigma 135mm F1.8 Art landed in the office, prompting us to get out there and shoot some portraits... from a distance. How does their new telephoto prime fare? See gallery

Nikon formally announces 100th anniversary products, still no word on pricing

Nikon has formally announced a range of special-edition products to mark the company's 100th anniversary. First shown at the CP+ show back in February, we'll have to wait until June for pricing and availability information. Read more

April 2
What learning photography and roller derby have in common

Aside from the obvious differences, there are a surprising number of ways that learning to play a full contact sport on roller skates and learning photography are similar. Take it from someone who's been really bad at both. Read more

April 1
We try out the new HassleVlad

This is Vladimir. He's a developer. More importantly to us, he's the newest member of the DPReview team. We're always excited when we have something (or someone) new in the office. Read more

Food photographers rejoice: Camera-enabled Samsung Family Hub 2.0 fridge quick review

When Samsung released its Family Hub 2.0 line of fridge-based cameras at CES 2017, we were frozen in awe. Here's a closer look at their new entries into this coldly contested marketplace. Read more

STC adds 6-stop neutral density to its clip-on sensor filter range

Specialist filter manufacturer STC Optical Ltd has expanded its range of Clip filters to include a ND64 with infrared-cut properties. The new filter, which clips directly in front of the camera’s sensor, provides 6-stops of light reduction. Read more

March 31
The Library of Congress has acquired photographer Bob Adelman's archives

On March 20, the Library of Congress announced that it has acquired photographer Bob Adelman's archives, a massive collection containing 575,000 images. Read more

Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with two different camera sensors

Like the S6 and S7 generations previously, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will, depending on region, be equipped with Sony or ISOCELL image sensors. Read more

Visiting the 'Niagara of the West': Idaho's Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls probably doesn't come up with you think of waterfalls in the U.S. Turns out that it's even taller than the more famous Niagara Falls, and equally spectacular. Photographer Michael Bonocore shares tips and some beautiful sunset photos from this amazing place. Read more

Lensrentals proposes 'Roger's Law of Wide Zoom Relativity'

Arch lens nerd Roger Cicala has been busy recently, testing multiple copies of several popular wideangle zoom lenses to try and prove what he calls 'Roger’s Law of Wide Zoom Relativity'. And what exactly is that? Read more

March 30
How the heck do you pronounce 'bokeh'? PGN settles it once and for all

'Why are we here?' 'Is there life on other planets?' 'How do you pronounce bokeh?' Photo Gear News might not be able to help us answer all of our burning questions, but they have offered a definitive answer on that last one. Read more

Leica launches 9-lens Thalia series for cinematographers

Leica has announced a new range of cinema lenses that is aimed at photographers looking for a classic vintage look and exceptional bokeh. Read more

Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM C available for pre-order for $800

The Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens introduced last month during CP+ has launched for pre-order at $800. Read more

Total: 13303, showing: 101 – 150
« First‹ Previous1234567Next ›Last »