March 22
Canon Australia says 'very small number' of EOS R5C units affected by autofocus issues

A 'very small number of [EOS R5C] units' are being affected by a manufacturing defect that's causing them to go in and out of focus while using autofocus during video recording.

DPReview TV: Sony 16-35mm F4 PZ Review - Photographers should care too!

The new Sony 16-35mm F4 PZ is obviously an interesting choice for video work, but we think it's a solid choice for photographers as well.

Sony 16-35mm F4 G PZ Sample Gallery

The Sony 16-35mm F4 G PZ might seem geared towards videographers, but it's a very capable photographic tool as well. Check out Chris' sample images!

Sony unveils new $1,200 16-35mm F4 Power Zoom lens for E-mount camera systems

Sony has announced the FE PZ 16-35mm F4 G, a lightweight wide-angle power zoom for its E-mount system.

March 21
Video: Mac Studio teardown gives us a close look at M1 Ultra

Max Tech has done a detailed teardown of the new Mac Studio desktop computer. Apple's latest and most capable M1-powered Mac yet is a densely-packed, exquisitely-engineered computer.

Video: Tour the Kodak factory and see how it makes its photographic film support base

In the first of what will be a three-video series, Destin Sandlin from Smarter Every Day tours the Kodak factory in Rochester, NY to learn how the company turns polyester pellets into its main photographic film support.

Nikon Z9 studio scene shows great speed comes at little cost

The Nikon Z9 has impressed us with its speed and autofocus but what's the image quality like? We found there's very little penalty to be paid for the other capabilities the stacked CMOS sensor brings.

Kodak is reviving Kodak Gold 200 for medium format cameras

Kodak Moments has announced it's bringing back what appears to be a reformulated 'Professional' version of Kodak Gold 200 in 120 format for medium format cameras. It's available to purchase starting today.

March 20
OM System OM-1 Indoor Hockey Sample Gallery

Few shooting situations are more demanding than indoor sports. See how the OM System OM-1 fares shooting indoor hockey.

March 19
DPReview TV: OM System OM-1 vs. Canon EOS R3 Indoor Sports Shootout

We stress test the OM System OM-1 and Canon EOS R3 at an indoor hockey game. Does the Micro Four Thirds camera stand a chance?

March 18
Acer Storage announces new line of 128GB, 256GB and 512GB CFexpress B memory cards

These new cards are designed and manufactured by BIWIN Storage Technology, but license out the Acer name for the Acer Storage brand of storage hardware.

DxO PureRAW 2 announced: Faster and more versatile, plus Fujifilm X-Trans support

DxO PureRAW 2 is the latest version of DxO's impressive RAW processing application. You can use PureRAW 2 alongside existing workflows with non-DxO software, such as Lightroom, to get the most out of your RAW files before you begin editing.

Film Friday: Foma Bohemia releases retro-inspired packaging for its 35mm Fomapan films to celebrate 100 year anniversary

The Fomapan 100, 200 and 400 film stocks remain unchanged as far as the film's formula is concerned, but the boxes they come in are a throwback to the early years of Foma Bohemia's history, which began in 1921.

March 17
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope reaches another alignment milestone, and its optics are working correctly

After completing another critical stage of mirror alignment, NASA can confidently say that its $10B James Webb Space Telescope will be able to meet, or even exceed, its expectations and perform the planned scientific operations.

Venus Optics unveils $399 25mm F0.95 Argus APO lens for Micro Four Thirds

The lens offers a 50mm full-frame equivalent field of view and an ultrafast F0.95 aperture in a compact, all-metal form factor.

Wayback Machine: The evolution of Panasonic's GH-series cameras

It's hard to believe that Panasonic's video-centric GH series is 13 years old. Over that time, it's evolved from a scrappy upstart video camera into a product line with some of the most advanced video features on the market. We take a look back to see how far the GH series – and mirrorless video in general – has come.

Lensrentals celebrates the Canon 5D Mark III's 10th birthday by putting it head-to-head against the Fujifilm GFX 100S

The Canon 5D Mark III was an extremely popular camera when it hit store shelves in 2012. Since then, camera technology has improved a lot. However, are these improvements obvious when viewing photos on the web?

Apple Mac Studio review: The Apple desktop we've been waiting for

For years, creatives have been asking Apple to release a mid-range standalone desktop tower that sits somewhere between the entry-level Mac mini and the unattainably expensive Mac Pro. With the Mac Studio, Apple has finally answered the call.

Apple Studio Display review: An excellent monitor at a steep price

Apple's new Studio Display is an extremely color accurate IPS LCD with a bunch of unique features and exceptional build quality. But with a price tag of $1,600, you really have to value those extra features. For Apple, this is a missed opportunity to give the creative community a smaller, more affordable version of the Pro Display XDR.

March 16
Cooke launches S8/i series with 16 new compact, lightweight lenses that retail for $35,000 a piece

The company has significantly increased its production capacity to cut waiting times and to produce a new extensive set of focal lengths for the new series of cinema lenses

Lensbaby Soft Focus II includes an adjustable aperture & promises creative photo fun

Lensbaby has announced the Soft Focus II, an updated member of its Optic Swap system. The manual focus 50mm prime lens includes a new 12-blade manually adjustable internal aperture while retaining the same drop-in aperture system of other Optic Swap lenses.

Video: The Slow Mo Guys burst bubbles at 50,000 frames per second

There's something so satisfying about seeing everyday occurrences in super slow motion. We've all seen bubbles pop, right? What about giant bubbles bursting at 50,000 frames per second?

DPReview TV: Sony Alpha cameras - The good and the bad

Sony cameras do a lot right, but there's still room for improvement. We discuss some of our favorite things about Alpha cameras, as well as areas where they need some course correction.

Is the Mac Studio the right computer for your photo or video workflow?

Apple's new Mac Studio desktop computer offers a unique proposition for creatives who want the power of a more traditional desktop computer in a compact form factor and at a more affordable price. But is it what you need? Let's take a look.

March 15
We're hiring! DPReview has open positions on both our Editorial and Business teams

Do you want to shape and create content for the largest audience of photography and video enthusiasts in the world? DPReview has openings on both its Editorial and Business teams, including some location independent positions.

ON1 announces Resize AI: Machine learning makes it ON1's most advanced enlargement app

Have you ever wanted to make a large print from a small file? If so, you've likely used some form of photo enlargement. While traditional technology uses interpolation, ON1's new Resize AI app uses machine learning to recreate detail as you increase the pixels in your photos.

Cosina announces $780 Voigtländer Nokton 23mm F1.2 for Fujifilm X-mount cameras

This manual-focus prime lens offers a roughly 35mm full-frame equivalent field of view a fast F1.2 aperture. It's expected to launch next month for ¥90,000 / ~$780.

We shot sports with the OM System OM-1 - This is what we learned

The OM System OM-1 promises X-type PDAF and unprecedented burst speeds. Is it enough to shoot a professional rugby match? At night? As Richard Butler discovered, the OM-1 may be a rookie, but it has a good range of skills and can mix it up with the big boys.

March 14
Japan sends a modified Pentax 300mm F4 lens into space aboard its Kitsune 6 microsatellite

Ricoh Imaging Japan has announced that its Pentax DA 300mm F4 lens is aboard the Kitsune 6 nanosatellite launched into space last month. The satellite, operating from the International Space Station, performs high-resolution imaging of Earth.

Flashpoint's new Glow ParaSnap octabanks offer unique fold-out design for quick setup

In addition to its unique folding design, the ParaSnap SoftBox also features a quick-swap speeding for quickly changing out lighting attachments.

Yongnuo releases $350 85mm F1.8 autofocus lens for Nikon Z-mount cameras, but it's limited to China for now

This portrait prime looks to offer decent image quality considering the price point, but as it stands the lens isn't available to purchase outside of China.

Asus Studiobook 16 OLED review: ASUS dials in a winner

The Asus ProArt Studiobook 16 OLED is one of the most versatile creator laptops we've tested. This laptop combines top-tier performance and portability with an excellent RGB OLED display and some ingenious design cues that put it a step above the rest.

March 13
Landscape Composition - Part 5: Separation of Elements

Contiuning his discussion of landscape composition, nature photographer Erez Marom talks about the important notion of separation between compositional elements.

DPReview TV: Recreating a Hollywood movie scene on a budget - 'The Nice Guys'

For our 'Wooden Niccolls' series we recreate episodes from Hollywood films on a budget using consumer camera gear. This time around, we used the Panasonic GH6 to recreate a scene from the movie 'The Nice Guys' starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling.

March 12
DPReview TV: H&Y RevoRing magnetic filter system review

Does the H&Y RevoRing magnetic filter system finally put an end to the inconvenience and bulk of traditional filter holders? Chris and Jordan put it to the test.

March 11
Researchers develop an impressive style-based 3D-aware generator for high-res image synthesis

This novel approach integrates its neural radiance field (NeRF) into a style-based generator to improve rendering efficiency, resolution and 3D consistency compared to previous models.

TTArtisan releases titanium-grey versions of its 17mm F1.4, 35mm F1.4 and 50mm F1.2 APS-C prime lenses

The three lenses in this kit remain unchanged from their black and silver counterparts. The kit is available for $307 for Canon EOS-M, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds and Sony E-mount APS-C camera systems.

Film Friday: Lomography announces new DigitaLIZA+ and DigitaLIZA Max film scanning kits for smartphones and digital cameras

Lomography has announced a pair of new scanning kits, following up on the company's popular DigitaLIZA Scanning Masks. The new DigitaLIZA+ and DigitaLIZA Max allow you to easily scan 35mm and 120 negatives using a smartphone or digital camera.

March 10
Canon files patent application for a new electromagnet shutter design that aims to minimize shutter shock

Canon has filed a patent application in Japan that outlines a new shutter design that proposes to minimize shutter shock vibrations.

Irix announces 21mm F1.4 lens for Canon EF, Nikon F and Pentax K mount cameras

This is the stills version of the 21mm T1.5 cine lens Irix announced last month. It's available to purchase starting today for £675.75 / ~$890

Ricoh announces limited-edition 'Urban' version of its GR IIIx, with new exposure and focus modes

In addition to a new paint job and matching accessories, this limited-edition GR IIIx includes exposure and focus modes that will also come to the standard GR IIIx when this limited-edition version launches next month.

March 9
Slideshow: Winners of the 2021 World Nature Photography Awards

The winners and runner-ups for the annual World Nature Photography Awards have been announced. We've rounded up a gallery of some of the winning images.

Video: 107 years after sinking, Ernest Shackleton's ship, Endurance, has been located in Antarctica

Over a century after sinking, the Endurance has been located over 3,000 meters beneath the Weddell Sea in Antarctica. Stunning underwater footage shows that the vessel is shockingly well-preserved.

Venus Optics announces $699 Laowa 7.5mm T2.9 Zero-D Cine lens, the world's widest Super35 rectilinear prime lens

The ultrawide Super35 prime is fully manual and is available to purchase for $699 for Canon RF, Fujifilm X, Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems.

DPReview TV: Sigma lenses now on X-Mount: Better than Fujifilm primes?

Sigma has finally started releasing its excellent lenses in Fujifilm X-Mount. How do they compare to Fujifilm's own primes? We take a look at both performance and price.

March 8
Capture One shares its roadmap for 2022, including Capture One for iPad and iPhone

If all goes to plan, Capture One will be available on three different platforms in 2022. Capture One has shared its development roadmap for the rest of the year, including an update on Capture One for iPad and iPhone.

Apple unveils powerful new M1 Ultra chipset alongside the Mac Studio and Studio Display

Today, at its 'Peek Performance' event, Apple showed off its most powerful M1 chipset yet as well as the new Mac Studio computers it will be powering. Also new is a 5K 27" retina display Apple is calling the Studio Display.

Apple unveils new iPhone SE, iPad Air models with 5G and updated chipsets

Today, at its 'Peek Performance' event, Apple showcased its new entry-level iPhone and an updated iPad, both with improved chipsets and 5G connectivity.

Video: iFixit tears down Samsung’s new Galaxy S22 and S22 Ultra smartphones

The team at iFixit has taken apart two of Samsung's latest Galaxy smartphones, including the top-of-the-line S22 Ultra. Has much changed with the latest Galaxy phones?

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