March 16
Throwback Thursday: Our first cameras

This week, DPR staffers throw it all the way back to their very first camera – film and digital. Find out where it all started for us, and tell us about your very first camera. Read more

March 15
NanGuang introduces flexible LED lighting mats

Chinese lighting manufacturer NanGuang has launched a new kit that consists of a pair of flexible LED light panels designed for studio or location still and video work. Read more

Veydra's California headquarters robbed of 200+ lenses over weekend

Veydra, a California-based cinema lens maker, has reported the theft of more than 200 lenses from its headquarters. Read more

Updated: A look at the Panasonic DC-GH5's autofocus system

While the Panasonic DC-GH5's impressive video specs tend to steal the show, a ton of updates under the hood have made it a better sports shooter than you might expect. Check out how its updated autofocus system fares in our in-depth analysis. Read more

Photogenic Death Valley salt flats damaged by driver who abandoned van

An abandoned van found on Death Valley National Park's protected salt flats has been towed away, but tracks remain – and may be there for years. Read more

Fundy Suite offers wedding photographers tiered pricing for album design and sales tools

Fundy Software, maker of album-building and sales tools for wedding photographers, is updating its software set with additional features and a new tiered pricing structure. Read more

March 14
Belgian wins €15,000 Zeiss Award for Faroes project

A young photographer from Belgium has been announced as the winner of the 2017 Zeiss Photography Award for a month-long project on the inhabitants of a remote collection of islands off the north coast of Scotland. Read more

Sony Digital Filter camera app merges parts of three images into one

Sony has announced a new PlayMemories camera app called Digital Filter, essentially an updated version of its Sky HDR app that merges multiple exposures of a single scene. Read more

Juggling with one hand: Leica M10 shooting experience

For stills photographers, the Leica M10 should be the most useful rangefinder that Leica has yet created, but how does it perform? Barney ditched his DSLR and took the M10 to Japan for a few days to find out. Read more

March 13
Lumee Duo is an iPhone case with built-in illumination

The LuMee Duo is an iPhone case with integrated LEDs on the front and back, offering a brighter and softer illumination than the phone's built-in LED flash. Read more

Broncolor 'How To' site details how to replicate lighting setups and more

Broncolor has launched a 'How To' section on its website, including some helpful diagrams detailing the lighting setups used to create a variety of sample photographs. Read more

March 12
Ask the staff: electronic or optical viewfinder?

Few features of digital cameras are as polarizing as the viewfinder type. Do you prefer an electronic or optical one? We've polled ourselves, so jump on in and let us know why we're each wrong (or, for a nice surprise, let us know why we're right). Read more

March 11
Leica M10 in Japan: Updated samples gallery

We've been itching to get the Leica M10 back since we had to give an early pre-production unit back to Leica. Fortunately, another camera arrived just in time for a recent trip to Japan. See gallery

Take a look at the first video cage for the Panasonic GH5

Polish video accessory-maker 8Sinn claims to have made the first video cage for the Panasonic GH5, and our friends at Photo Gear News have taken a closer look at it. See video

Hasselblad Foundation awards $110,000 prize to Dutch portrait photographer

The Hasselblad Foundation has announced that Rineke Dijkstra is the winner of its 2017 International Award in Photography and the approx. $110,000/€100,000 prize that goes with it. Read more

March 10
In memoriam: Olympus brings down the curtain on the legacy Four Thirds system

It shouldn't comes as a surprise, but it looks like it's time to acknowledge that Olympus' Zuiko Digital lenses and Four Thirds mount cameras are officially dead. We take a look back at the first ILC system designed specifically for digital. Read more

Olympus working on 8K video for Micro Four Thirds

Senior representatives from Olympus have revealed in an interview that the company could be working on Micro Four Thirds sensors that support 8K video. Read more

Capturing the unseen: Sam Forencich's Invisible Oregon

Experimenting with fresh approaches to photographing his home state led Sam Forencich to infrared. Thus, his recent time-lapse Invisible Oregon was born. Read more

March 9
Photojournalist Mannie Garcia awarded $45k settlement in police lawsuit

After five and a half years, photojournalist Mannie Garcia's civil rights lawsuit against the Montgomery County Police department has resulted in a settlement. Read more

Meyer Optik launches Kickstarter campaign to fund third Trioplan lens – the 35+

German lens manufacturer Meyer Optik Gorlitz intends to produce the ‘last chapter’ of its ‘Trioplan Trilogy’ if it gets enough funding from its latest Kickstarter campaign to build the Trioplan 35+. Read more

Huawei P10 scores highly in DxOMark Mobile testing

With an overall DxOMark Mobile score of 88, the Huawei P10 is only beaten by the Google Pixel, HTC 10, Sony Xperia X Performance and Samsung Galaxy S7. Read more

Fujifilm GFX 50S: on the streets of Tokyo, a shooting experience

DPReview's Dan Bracaglia explores Tokyo for the very first time, alongside the Fujifilm GFX 50S medium-format digital camera. Did he like it? Read on

Throwback Thursday: the Olympus C-2100UZ

The Olympus C-2100UZ only offered a 2MP sensor, but its stabilized 38-380mm equiv. zoom lens went a long way to make up for its resolution shortcomings. Read more

Malta's Azure Window, a photographer favorite, collapses in storm

The rock formation, familiar to photographers and Game of Thrones fans, collapsed into the sea in gale force winds early Wednesday. Read more

March 8
Apple captures 79 percent of global smartphone profits with 14.5 percent market share

Despite a smaller market share than some of its rivals, Apple is reaping the highest profits in the smartphone business. Read more

Fotodiox launches soda-can sized LED lights with Fresnel focusing

Accessory manufacturer Fotodiox has introduced a battery-powered LED lighting head that uses a Fresnel lens to create a focusing spot function – and the whole thing is as small as a can of soda. Read more

Adobe Lightroom CC 2015.9 arrives with new camera and lens support, loads of bug fixes

In addition to its Camera Raw update, Adobe has released Lightroom CC 2015.9, adding support for additional cameras and lens profiles, as well as nearly two dozen bug fixes. Read more

It shoots stills too: Panasonic GH5 studio scene and sample gallery

Sure, the Panasonic GH5 comes with 4K/60p capability and a full suite of capture aids aimed at videographers, but it's a highly capable stills-shooting machine as well. See how it performed in our studio test scene and in the real world. Read more

Panasonic Lumix DC-GX850 real world samples

The Panasonic GX850 represents the merging of its 'beauty-oriented' GF-series and its ultra-small GM-series. Check out some initial samples from this little coat-pocketable wonder. See gallery

Insta360 Air turns Android phones into 360-degree VR Cameras, now available in US and Europe

The Insta360 Air camera, which attaches to an Android smartphone via a microUSB or USB Type-C port, turns your phone into a 360-degree VR camera. It's now available in the US and Europe. Read more

March 7
Adobe Camera Raw 9.9 launches with new camera and lens profile support

Adobe has announced the release of Camera Raw 9.9 for Creative Cloud subscribers, adding expanded lens profile and camera Raw support to the likes of the Fujifilm GFX 50S, among others. Read more

Flickr rolls out neural-network-based Similarity Search

Flickr has announced a new feature called Similarity Search, a deep neural network-based discovery engine that is designed to uncover a wider range of related image results than is possible under the current search system. Read more

Nikon fixes bugs and adds compatibility for WT-7 Wi-Fi transmitter

Nikon has issued new firmware for its D810, D810A, D750, D7200 and D500 DSLR cameras that fixes a number of issues and which will allow those that can’t already to operate with the company’s WT-7 wireless transmitter. Read more

Cinetics Lynx motion control system review

Professional astrophotographer and DPReview contributor, José Francisco Salgado, has been using Cinetics' new Lynx motion control system for several weeks and shares his experience in this hands-on review. Read more

Cinetics announces new Lynx camera slider and motion control system

Cinetics has announced Lynx, its next generation camera slider and motion control system for photographers and filmmakers. Read more

Fujifilm X-T20 sample gallery

Fujifilm's X-T20 is the little brother to the company's excellent X-T2 mirrorless camera, retaining the same sensor and image processor. See how the the image quality looks in our real-world sample gallery. View gallery

'Popular Photography' magazine and PopPhoto.com to close after nearly 80 years

Franklin D. Roosevelt was president of the United States of American when the first issue of Popular Photography Magazine hit newsstands in May of 1937. Now, nearly 80 years later the magazine is folding. Read more

March 6
2016 CIPA data shows compact digital camera sales lower than ever

Last month, the Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA) released its 2016 report detailing yearly trends in camera shipments. Using that data, photographer Sven Skafisk has created a graph that vividly shows the impact of smartphone sales. Read more

Lightroom Mobile update brings Raw HDR capture mode

Adobe has released an update for its Lighroom Mobile app that comes with an HDR feature that makes use of the Raw capture capability of the latest mobile devices. Read more

Behind the scenes with Seattle PI photographers Genna Martin and Grant Hindsley

We recently went behind the scenes with two staff photographers for the Seattle PI, following them on two assignments – the Seattle Women's March and the annual King County homelessness survey. Read more

PDN announces its 30 emerging photographers of 2017

PDN has announced its annual list of 30 emerging photographers to watch, chosen from a pool of almost 300 photographers. Read more

March 5
Nine tips to help you win at photography competitions

Having served as a judge for quite a few of them, DPReview contributor Damien Demolder knows a thing or two about photography competitions. He shares a few things to consider when entering a photo competition, and some tips for standing out from the crowd. Read more

Smithsonian.com announces annual photo contest finalists

Smithsonian.com, a publication of the Smithsonian Institution, has announced the finalists of its 14th annual photo contest, and has also opened voting for its Readers’ Choice awards. Read more

 

March 4
Lensrentals and the continuing saga of the broken Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM

Last week we took a look at Lensrentals' disassembly of a broken Sony FE 70-200 F2.8 GM lens. Check out part two to watch the guys at LR further dissect the lens, to see if it can be saved. Read more

March 3
Phottix launches Ares ll radio flash triggering system with more channels

Independent flash and accessories manufacturer Phottix has announced the next generation of its Ares remote flash triggering system that brings with it additional channels and new security. Read more

SkyPixel, DJI and Tourism Australia team up to launch aerial photography contest

The Australia From Above contest's aim is to inspire aerial photographers from around the world to experience and share new photographic perspectives of Australia. Read more

Manfrotto launches National Geographic Australia Collection bags

Manfrotto has launched its new National Geographic Australia Collection, a line of camera bags with designs said to be inspired by the Australian Outback. Read more

Nikon AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300mm F4.5-6.3G ED VR sample gallery

The 70-300mm F4.5-6.3 VR is a budget-friendly tele-zoom designed for Nikon's APS-C DSLRs, translating to a 105-450mm equivalent view of the world. See gallery

Hands-on with AirSelfie, a mini selfie drone that's on sale now

With initial Kickstarter backers’ orders in the process of being filled, AirSelfie has gone on sale to the general public. As the name implies, it’s a short range mini drone designed for self portraits. Read more

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