July 13
Vorticity: Time-lapse captures the drama of storm chasing

Mike Olbinski drove some 20,000 miles over the course of 18 days to put together one of the most compelling time-lapse videos we've seen in a long time. Read more

Parachut is a subscription service for borrowing expensive camera gear

Parachut is a subscription-based service that allows you to borrow from a wide variety of equipment - old and new - for $149 per month. Read more

July 12
Hasselblad and DJI announce 50MP medium-format drone kit

The first product of the collaboration between Hasselblad and drone maker DJI will be a long range drone fitted with the same 50MP CMOS sensor that is used in the new X1D mirrorless camera. Read more

Wireless tethering on a budget: control your camera from your phone or tablet for $40

Wireless tethering is nothing new, but it's not exactly a cheap proposition. Well, that's changed, as Seattle-based photographer Alan Lawrence shows on his blog. For around $40, you can wirelessly control and transfer images from your DSLR to your phone or tablet. Read more

Huawei's Honor 8 comes with dual cam, no Leica branding

The latest model of Huawei's sub-brand Honor comes with a dual-camera that has identical specifications to the Leica-branded camera on the Huawei P9. Read more

Nikon D500 firmware update adds workaround for SD card errors

Nikon has released a firmware update for the D500, putting in place a workaround for an issue users have experienced with some UHS-II cards. Read more

New infrared image of Orion Nebula surprises ESO researchers

New infrared imagery of the Orion Nebula shows more planetary mass than researchers previously believed to exist within the Orion Nebula. Read more

Take a look around: traditional stills versus VR in Iceland

Recently, DPReview staffer Carey Rose took a personal trip to Iceland with the D810 in tow, while one of his travel buddies packed a Theta S along with his usual kit. Check out how the current state of accessible 360-degree stills capture compares to a good old-fashioned DSLR. Read more

July 11
8K Helium Super 35mm sensor on the way from RED

Movie camera manufacturer RED has announced that it will be introducing a new 8K sensor that it is calling Helium. The new sensor is much smaller than the current 8K Dragon sensor, which measures 40.96x21.6mm, but both sensors have 8192x4320 pixels. Read more

2016 iPhone Photography Award winners announced

The jury of this year's iPhone Photography Awards picked the winning images from thousands of entries made by photographers from 139 countries. Check out some of the winners. Read more

Photographer captures kayakers with help from drone-mounted Speedlites

Looking for a unique shot, adventure photographer Krystle Wright rigged up a couple of flash units to a drone to illuminate kayakers in near-darkness dropping down a 60ft waterfall. See video

Sony Planar T* FE 50mm F1.4 ZA Sample Gallery

Sony has just announced its Planar T* FE 50mm F1.4 ZA lens, a high quality normal for its E-mount Alpha line of cameras. At a shooting event in San Diego, we had a chance to go hands-on. Read more

Hands-on with Sony's wireless flash system, arriving in August

Sony's wireless radio flash system, which includes both a transmitter and receiver, is coming to retailers in August. Sony has announced pricing, and given us a brief opportunity to go hands-on. Read more

Sony announces FE 50mm F1.4 ZA prime lens

Sony has announced a new full-frame 50mm F1.4 FE lens. Bearing the Carl Zeiss label, this fast prime offers an 11-blade aperture and Zeiss T* coating. It's also incredibly sharp across the frame even wide open, with little axial CA to speak of and pleasing bokeh. Read more

Sony prices 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS G Master at $2600

Sony's premium telezoom for full-frame will cost $2600 when it reaches US consumers in July. The 1.4x and 2.0x teleconverters designed for the 70-200 will each cost $550 and are also expected to ship in July. Read more

July 10
Put a stamp on it: The astrophotography of Matt Dieterich

What's the best way to get lots of people to see your photo? Get it on a postage stamp. Astrophotographer Matt Dieterich recently had this honor when one of his photos was selected for a stamp honoring the U.S. National Park Service. Read more

Interview: "The best image as fast as possible" – Motorola's approach to smartphone imaging

With the Moto G Plus and Moto Z series Motorola has launched a range of devices that take camera capabilities seriously. We had the chance to speak to three of its principal imaging engineers to find out more about the company's plans for mobile imaging. Read more

July 9
Dodging, burning... microwaving? A look inside Ansel Adams' darkroom

In a recent interview, Ansel Adams' son Michael gives a tour of his father's darkroom. While it's full of the traditional tools you might expect, Adams' darkroom and his printing techniques have a few unexpected touches. Read more

July 8
Phottix launches Spartan multi-purpose beauty dish/softbox

Lighting and accessory manufacturer Phottix has launched a light modifier for studio heads and hotshoe guns that can be used as a beauty dish as well as an octa softbox. Read more

Samsung launches first removable UFS memory cards

Samsung has announced that it is to produce the first removable versions of a new format of memory cards designed, it says, to replace the microSD card in portable electronic devices such as cameras, drones and phones. Read more

3rd annual International Drone Photography Contest winners announced

Dronestagram has announced winners of its 2016 Drone Photography Contest. Winners were chosen from 5900 entries submitted from 28 countries. Read more

July 7
FLM CP-Travel tripod aims for ultimate in portability and versatility

German photo accessory manufacturer FLM is launching a new travel tripod on indiegogo. The CP-Travel will be made of ten layers of carbon fiber and will be able to support up to 10 kg/22 lb of gear. Read more

Light raises $30M and provides update on L16 multi-lens camera

After listening to feedback from its pre-order customers, Light has decided to widen the zoom range and double the built-in memory of its L16 multi-lens camera before it starts shipping. The company has also raised an additional $30M in venture capital. Read more

Under pressure: Canon vs. Nikon in a hydraulic press

It's a question photographers have been asking since time immemorial – or since the 1970s, at any rate: which is best? Canon or Nikon? The brave souls over at the Hydraulic Press Channel are committed to finding out. See video

Elevating X-Trans? Fujifilm X-T2 First Impressions Review

The Fujifilm X-T2 is the company's latest SLR-style mirrorless camera. It takes the 24MP sensor from the X-Pro2 and runs with it, adding 4K video and a more sophisticated autofocus system. We shot our studio test and a samples gallery with the camera as we formed our first impressions. Read more

Faster flagship: Hands-on with the Fujifilm X-T2

When the X-Pro2 was announced earlier this year, it was only a matter of time before Fujifilm unveiled a replacement to its 'other' flagship, the X-T1. Right on cue, the X-T2 boasts the company's newest 24MP sensor, an AF joystick and a significant speed boost. Read more

Now with 4K: Fujifilm X-T2 offers 24MP, improved AF and video specs

Fujifilm has updated its premium SLR-style X-series lineup with the X-T2, bringing 4K video capture to its lineup for the first time. It also inheirits X-Pro2 features like a 24MP sensor and AF-point selection joystick. Read more

Fujifilm to update X-Pro2 firmware, releases new lens roadmap

Fujifilm has announced new firmware for its X-Pro2 mirrorless camera, bringing with it AF improvements as well as support for the new EF-X500 flash. In addition, the company has updated its lens roadmap. Read more

July 6
All about the details: Hasselblad X1D pre-production samples

We got our hands on a pre-production sample of the Hasselblad X1D 50MP mirrorless camera for a short time and were able to shoot some portraits. Image quality isn't final, but our first shots show impressive detail rendering. See gallery

Camera Lift-Strap eases camera weight by clipping to a backpack handle

A camera strap with a unique approach to taking some weight off your shoulders is looking for funding on Kickstarter. Read more

Hands On: RNI All Films 4.0, analog presets for Lightroom and ACR

Really Nice Images announced RNI All Films 4.0, the latest version of its film simulation presets for Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw. We took a few of the new film presets for a spin. Read more

Wanted: Homepage content tips and freelance writers!

We need your help! We're on the lookout for freelance writers to contribute news and short feature content for our homepage. Even if you don't want to write for us, we'd love you to submit tips on interesting and unusual photo-related content. Read more

July 5
National Geographic details how it searches for altered photographs

The cover photo for National Geographic’s February 1982 issue featured a camel train in front of the Pyramids at Giza. Soon after publishing the issue, National Geographic was called out for having manipulated the image. Read more

Huawei criticized for using DSLR-image in smartphone advert

Huawei has apologized for using an image that was taken with a Canon DSLR and lens in a smartphone advert after implying it had been taken with the mobile device's built-in camera. Read more

Special K? Pentax K-1 Review

To say that a full-frame Pentax DSLR is one of the most anticipated cameras of all-time is probably an understatement. With the arrival of the K-1, Pentaxians have finally had their wish granted, with an impressively spec'd camera at a relatively low price. We've been testing extensively to bring you our in-depth review. Read more

Canon G7 X Mark II added to studio scene

The Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II carries over a lot of the specs of its predecessor, along with a number of improvements. One major change is the processor, upgraded to the Digic 7 engine. What does that mean for image quality? Take a look. Read more

July 4
You've got mail: Five photo postcard apps tested

Everyone loves getting a postcard in the mail, but in the age of email and texting they've become a rarity. Thankfully, there's an app for that – quite a few in fact! They'll put your photo on a postcard and send it through old-fashioned mail. We put five apps to the test. Read more 

July 3
Fighting the elements: Landscape photography in Antarctica

When most photographers want a new accessory or piece of gear to get a shot, they can usually pick it up without much trouble at a local store or online. But when you're a photographer living in Antarctica, you have to be a little more resourceful. Read more

July 2
Photographing fireworks: The basics and then some

If you've got a tripod, you're well on your way to taking excellent firework photos. We've got some tips for absolute beginners and those who are looking to try something a little different. Read more

July 1
Sigma updates 150-600mm firmware to solve overexposure with Nikon D500

Sigma has announced new firmware for one of its super tele zooms that has a problem with exposure when used with the Nikon D500 and Sigma’s 1.4x tele convertor. Read more

Collector's item: Nikon's 87th F SLR camera up for auction on eBay

A rare Nikon F SLR camera with the original cloth-type shutter and a Nippon Kogaku Tokyo Japan 1:1.4 F = 50mm lens has surfaced in an eBay auction. Read more

Pentax K-1 real-world sample gallery

From mountain peaks to dim music venues, we've been all over with the Pentax K-1. The 36MP, weather-sealed full-frame camera just screams to be taken adventures, so that's exactly what we've done. See gallery

White House photographer Pete Souza reveals what's in his bag

President Barack Obama's official photographer keeps things light and simple with a trio of go-to lenses and a couple of Canon bodies. Read more

June 30
Apple patents system for disabling cameras in no-photography areas

Apple has been awarded a patent for a system that allows for the camera on an iPhone to be disabled remotely via an infrared signal. The technology could be implemented in concert venues, classified areas or any other location where photography is not allowed. Read more

Meyer-Optik Goerlitz launches 3-element 95mm F2.6

German lens manufacturer Meyer-Optik Goerlitz has announced a portrait lens that it claims has unique coatings to reduce flare. The Trimagon f2.6/95 is the latest in a line of lenses that the company has produced that use only three elements in the design. Read more

SanDisk says its two new microSD cards are the world's fastest

SanDisk has announced a pair of new 256GB microSD cards. Aimed for 4K-capble action cameras and drones, SanDisk calls them the fastest microSD cards in the world. Read more

Eye-Fi to cease support for Pro X2 and earlier generation cards

Eye-Fi will soon end support for its X2 and older wireless memory cards, services and apps, according to a notice sent to customers today. Read more

Fotodiox releases new LED studio-in-a-box

Fotodiox has announced a new LED Studio-in-a-Box, designed to make it easy to create simple macro and product images on a tabletop. Read more

DxOMark confirms Canon EOS 1D X II sensor advances

DxOMark has rated the Canon 1D X II's sensor, and it looks very competitive for its class. Strong low-ISO dynamic range and impressive high ISO performance see it score 88 - tying with the Nikon D5. Read more

June 29
Sony delays 70-200mm GM lens until September

Sony has said that its forthcoming FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS lens will be delayed until September. When the lens was announced in February, the company expected to be delivering the tele-zoom to stores this month. Read more

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