Could the D780 be the final chapter in the D700 saga? If so, DPR's Dan Bracaglia thinks it's a fitting conclusion to an epic series (unlike a popular movie that just debuted).
Nikon hasn't given up on DSLRs just yet (at least in the enthusiast category). The D780 combines the 24MP full-frame sensor from the Z6 - along with its hybrid AF system - with the familiar design of the venerable D750.
Nikon has announced the first 70-200mm lens for its Z-mount. The 70-200 F2.8 VR S features 5 stops of shake reduction, a digital info display and weather sealing.
Nikon's AF-S Nikkor 120-300mm F2.8E FL ED SR VR has been on the company's F-mount roadmap since last September, and it'll be ready to order next month for $9500.
Nikon's Coolpix P900 was a fun-to-use mega-zoom with an almost absurd 24-2000mm equiv. lens (later surpassed by the P1000). Its replacement keeps the lens and sensor but adds 4K video capture, a higher resolution EVF and much-requested Raw support.
Canon's latest flagship, the EOS-1D X Mark III is a big, fast, tough DSLR that hides an impressively refined mirrorless camera within it. We've taken a pre-production model to a basketball game, a low light concert, and even a blacksmith shop. Find out how we think it stacks up.
The EOS-1D X Mark III is Canon's newest, top of the line flagship camera. It includes an all-new autofocus system, 5.5K Raw video, and arrives just in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Chris and Jordan go hands-on to tell us what the fuss is all about.
Canon's new flagship sports camera is here. We've been busy shooting with it as much as possible, from high-speed college basketball games to low-light photography in a blacksmith shop.
While it doesn't look a lot different than its predecessor, the EOS-1D X Mark III carries a new sensor, processor, and AF system, and adds high-end video features to create what appears to be an impressive professional stills/video camera.
OWC has introduced a new external GPU enclosure called the Akitio Node Titan. This model supports Windows PCs and macOS computers, offering 650 watts of power and Thunderbolt 3.
It wasn't a Happy New Year for GoPro Karma owners. The drones would not take off after 2019 ended due to a GPS glitch.
We don't typically cover camcorder launches, but a trio of new models from Panasonic caught our attention due to one interesting feature: the ability to live stream directly to video platforms such as YouTube, Facebook or other services using RTMP.
The new 48MP sensor is made with flagship mobile devices in mind, with the ability to capture 48MP stills at up to 15 fps and 4K/60 video with extra information for electronic image stabilization.
OWC's latest ThunderBay products include a 3-in-1 storage solution and a new 8-bay Thunderbolt 3 dock that can be used to create a personal data center.
After two rounds of voting, DPReview readers have decided on their favorite product (and runners-up) of 2019. Find out which cameras and lenses topped the list!
Two runners-up were nearly a tie, but the top camera won by a landslide. Find out which camera DPR readers think was the most important of the last decade.
PowerVision will launch its PowerEgg X, an all-in-one smart camera, at CES this coming week.
Each year DPR staff pick the gear they most enjoyed shooting with over the past year – and that's the only criteria. It doesn't have to be the best or fastest, just enjoyable. Here are all of our 2019 picks in one place.
The pop-out mechanism for the front camera allows for a near bezel-less design of the device front.
A new video from photographer Anthony Morganti shows photographers how to systematically search their images for sensor spots using Adobe Lightroom.
The latest innovation from smartphone maker OnePlus could allow for a sleeker look on the next generation of mobile devices.
TTArtisan adds another lens to its lineup. The 11mm F2.8 fisheye weighs in at 485g and costs $215.
DaVinci Resolve was once the domain of elite Hollywood colorists. But that was then, and this is now. Its newest version, Resolve 16, might just be the best video editor out there – even for beginners.
When the Mavic Mini was released, one noticeable shortcoming was the inability to unlock GEO zones. DJI has fixed the issue with its latest firmware update.
The company appears to be close to launching a multi-purpose and/or modular camera system.
Italy-based team Branco Ottico has created a huge new large-form camera called 'Bertha' that can capture slides measuring more than a meter across.
Sony's a6100 is the perfect entry-level camera for folks looking to step up their photography game to something more powerful than their phone. We've updated our sample gallery to give you a better sense of its capabilities.
This time last year we say down as a team and came up with a list of new year's resolutions on behalf of the major camera and lens manufacturers. Here's how it all panned out.
Ring in the new year with a laugh thanks to this parody music video that pokes fun at photographers who might just suffer from Gear Acquisition Syndrome, less affectionately referred to as G.A.S.
To date, DJI doesn't have neutral-density (ND) filters available for their Mavic Mini drone. Tiffen has announced a series of compatible ND filters that will be available in January.
German company COSYSPEED is raising money on Indiegogo to give young mothers work, sewing lens pouches, in the world's poorest country.
Industrious YouTuber Sean Hodgins has built his own digital camera from scratch, including its huge 1-kilopixel image sensor.
The drive is currently a prototype, but Wccf reports it ‘is planned to be available in 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB capacities’ when it inevitably drops.
The CAMERADACTYL Brancopan is a 3D-printed panoramic camera that supports Mamiya Press lenses and 35mm film.
The new 'iPhone LED Flash' from Anker will work natively with iOS' built-in camera app, as well as third-party camera apps. It's rated for up to 10,000 flashes on a single charge and is set to cost $50 when it's released next month.
Technical Editor Richard Butler takes a look at the technological leaps forward he's seen while covering the industry for the past decade, with autofocus capabilities and video capture leading the way.
Senior Editor Barney Britton reflects on the changes he's witnessed covering the photography industry for the past ten years – a period during which consumer digital photography came of age.
Only four of the top ten most-viewed cameras by DPReview readers in 2019 were announced this year. The Fujifilm X-T3 – announced in September 2018 – tops the list of products that DPReview readers were most interested in learning more about.
A recent LEGO Ideas submission showcases the iconic Nikon F3 SLR camera as an incredibly detailed LEGO kit featuring more than 500 pieces.
From pocket-sized prime lenses to fast zooms designed to weather the elements, there are lenses of all shapes and sizes for Micro Four Thirds shooters. If you've recently acquired one of these cameras then we've got some ideas for your next lens.
After many years, the FAA has finally announced their long-awaited Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for the Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft Systems
A Kickstarter campaign seeks funds for Animaionic, a docking station with external GPU and SSD support for transforming the Mac Mini into a workstation.
The latest major version of Darktable, the free alternative to Adobe Lightroom, is now available to download on desktop.
If a Sony a6000-series camera found its way into your hands this season you're already well-equipped to take some great photos. But nothing opens up new possibilities like another lens – here are our suggestions for APS-C Sony mirrorless cameras.
Maybe you were gifted a Fujifilm X-mount camera like the X-A7 or X-T30, or you treated yourself to an X-T3 for being extra good this year. In either case, we've got some suggestions when you're ready for your next lens purchase.
Canon has acknowledged an issue with its RF 70-200mm F2.8L IS USM lens that may result in a 'slightly front-focused' image and has promised to release a firmware fix for it in January 2020.
You've seen it in photos and videos – DPReview TV host Jordan Drake curled up in a ball on the ground. What's the backstory behind these photos? We look back at a year of Jordan coming to grips with his inner demons.