December 16
Ilford to release the Sprite 35-II, a cheap, reusable 35mm point-and-shoot film camera

The compact point-and-shoot film camera is a tribute of sorts to the original Sprite 35 released back in the 1960s. It doesn't offer any manual controls or even a variable shutter speed, but at only $35, what do you expect?

DPReview TV: Leica SL2-S Review

After spending a solid week living with the new Leica SL2-S, Chris and Jordan have some opinions. Find out what they like about the camera and who they think it's for.

December 15
Luminar AI released: promises faster workflow without compromising creative control

Skylum has released Luminar AI, its newest AI-powered photo editor. New features include Templates, Sky AI, Atmosphere AI, Skin AI and much more.

Elinchrom releases new iOS app for controlling a large collection of its strobes

Elinchrom’s new app, which is available for both iPhones and iPads, works with the Elinchrom Bridge to add the ability to remotely control compatible Elinchrom lights.

Nikon Z6 II review
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The Nikon Z6 II builds on the well-rounded stills and video features of its predecessor, with the addition of dual processors, two card slots and the option to add a full battery grip. It's a subtle evolution but enough to keep the $2000 Z model competitive.

French startup is preparing its curved CMOS image sensor for mass production

Curved image sensors have been discussed and showed off for years, but the French firm Curve is the first to prepare its curved CMOS image sensor for mass production.

Sirui’s announces 24mm anamorphic in multiple mounts

The next anamorphic lens from Sirui will offer a wider angle of view, and will come direct in a wider range of lens mounts than the previous 35mm.

Olympus 150-400mm F4.5 TC1.25x sample gallery updated

We've updated our initial Olympus 150-400mm F4.5 TC1.25x sample gallery with additional images taken throughout the focal range.

December 14
Video: How photographic salt prints are made

The George Eastman museum explains what goes into a salt print and how you can make one at home.

Apple releases iOS 14.3, bringing its new ProRAW format to its iPhone 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max smartphones

The new format should allow iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max users to get the most of their images by leveraging Apple’s Deep Fusion and HDR technologies in combination with the flexibility of a Raw (DNG) image.

These Canon-branded mugs, tumblers and glasses are made to look like EF, RF lenses

You can now enjoy your brew, be it coffee or beer, from one of Canon Japan’s new drink ware, made to look like various Canon EF and RF lenses.

Google used a 360º, 64-camera 'Light Stage' to create the dataset for its Portrait Light mode on Pixel devices

Google has shared a deep dive into how it developed the underlying technologies that power its Portrait Light feature found on Pixel smartphones.

Fujifilm X-S10 sample gallery

We've got our hands on a full production version of Fujifilm's image-stabilized X-S10, and have been doing plenty of shooting with it as we polish off our final review. Check out what it can do.

December 13
Hands-on: What you need to know about the Leica SL2-S

Leica's SL2-S might not look like it breaks any ground at a casual glance, but on the inside, its 24MP sensor promises better video performance than its higher resolution sister model. Find out what it's like to handle in our hands-on look.

December 12
Canon patent details a variable-magnification 1.0-2.0x teleconverter with image stabilization, variable ND filter

If — and that’s a big if — such a teleconverter ever becomes a reality, you may one day be able to turn prime lenses into ‘zoom’ lenses and bring image stabilization to lenses that lack it.

DPReview TV: Nikon Z6 II review

Chris and Jordan have been shooting with the Z6 II for a little while up in the frozen wastes of Alberta. Watch their video review to find out how they got on. The first thing we need to know is how should we pronounce 'Z'?

Nikon Z6 II real-world samples (DPRTV)

DPReview TV's Chris and Jordan have been shooting with the new Nikon Z6 II for a little while, and have created a gallery of samples alongside their full review. Check them out!

December 11
Litchi app's latest update adds new features, including subject-tracking, to your Mavic Mini

Litchi, a third-party app that is compatible with DJI drones, recently announced a new update. Notably, Mavic Mini users can now track and follow subjects.

Google Photos now syncs 'liked' images with Apple's iOS Camera Roll

Now, when you 'like' an image in the iOS Photos app, the same image (assuming it's been uploaded to Google Photos), will be 'starred' in your Google Photos library.

Video: CIA spy-camera secrets revealed by former Chief of Disguise

The former head of the Office of Technical Services and Chief of Disguise of the CIA reveals some of the cameras spies were supplied with to record what the enemy was up to during the Cold War. She says that while technology has changed in the intervening years spying methods haven't.

Video: Capturing video and portraits with a Canon 65mm F0.75 x-ray lens

Mathieu Stern is back with another unusual lens. This time he has adapted a Canon 65mm F0.75 X-Ray lens for use with his Sony camera. The lens is rare, very difficult to use and captures unusual-looking images.

Film Fridays: Nikkor 20mm F3.5 - taming the ultra-wide and defining a style

Can a single piece of gear define one's photographic style? For Fernando Martins, the answer is 'yes.' He primarily works with a Nikon 20mm F3.5 lens and leans into its unique characteristics brilliantly, producing beautiful and haunting images.

December 10
The Luma Labs Offset Ti Plate is a 13g titanium tripod plate that costs $95

The plate, which is manufactured in the United States using US-based materials, weighs just 13g (.5oz) and is built-to-order for $95.

Buying Trash helps creativity, says VSCO

The mostly-still photography mobile app intends to expand its video offering by integrating the features of Trash, a mobile video app that makes editing easier

Leica releases 'Henri' Cinematographer's Viewfinder for pairing its new SL2-S camera system with PL, LPL lenses

The 'Henri' Cinematographer's handle comes in two models — L-PL and L-LPL — and features a foldable grip that has built-in buttons for controlling recording right from the handle.

Viltrox announces $399 85mm F1.8 lens for Nikon Z-mount mirrorless cameras

The new 85mm F1.8 prime lens features full autofocus compatibility, including support for Nikon’s Eye-AF technology. The lens is available to purchase for just $399.

Leica SL2-S initial review

The SL2-S marks Leica's entry into the stills/video hybrid market. At this point it's very much a cheaper SL2, though its future looks bright, as you'll learn in our initial review.

Leica SL2-S real-world samples (pre-production)

We've been shooting with a pre-production Leica SL2-S for a few days, to see what it can do. Check out our gallery of samples to see how it performs.

New Leica SL2-S is a more accessible, video-focused SL2

Leica's SL2-S is a companion model to the existing SL2, coming in with more modest resolution but more robust burst shooting and video recording features.

December 9
WPPI 2021 gets moved from March to August amidst COVID-19 concerns

The organizers have pushed back the Las Vegas event amidst concerns surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

DxO PhotoLab version 4.1 released, now optimized for Apple M1 support and more

DxO PhotoLab 4.0 launched in October. After a couple minor updates, version 4.1 has been released. It includes additional camera support, fixes, improvements and Apple M1 compatibility.

Slideshow: Shortlisted images for the 2021 British Photography Awards

Here are a few of the 380 nominated images from photographers, of all nationalities, based in the United Kingdom.

Lenses for mirrorless: how Canon, Nikon, Panasonic and Sony full-frame options compare

Updated Lens availability is a critical part of choosing a camera system. We have a look at the four full-frame mirrorless mounts to see how their lineups and technologies currently compare.

DPReview TV: What is focus breathing? (And why should you care?)

You've probably heard of lens, or focus, breathing. Videographers love to talk about it, but it can be important to still photographers as well. So what is it? In this video we explain what 'breathing' is and why it matters.

CP+2021 going online-only amidst rising COVID-19 cases

CIPA has announced CP+2021 will be an online-only event due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

December 8
The Content Authenticity Initiative shows its first real-world samples of CAI-attributed images

These first real-world examples, captured on an unnamed Qualcomm-powered smartphone, show what the CAI standard experience is like when viewing the images online.

OWC's new Copy That app makes it easy to backup photos from your iPhone, iPad

Copy That is free to download with an in-app purchase that makes it possible to 'verify' your copies to ensure every bit of media gets transferred without issue.

Sony announces new SDK for camera automation aimed at product photography

New software development kits (SDK) may not be the most buzzworthy announcements, but Sony's new camera automation SDK could be very interesting to product photographers.

Have your say: Vote now for best camera of 2020

2020 was no ordinary year, but a lot of new cameras were released nonetheless. This is your chance to have a say in which of this year's products was the best. Vote now in our 2020 readers' poll.

Have your say: Vote now for best prime lens of 2020

Zooms are great. but every year, some of the most impressive lenses that come across our desks are primes. And 2020 was no different, with several excellent fixed focal length options released. Vote now for your favorites.

Have your say: Vote now for best zoom lens of 2020

The year 2020 might have offered us fewer chances to get out and photograph the things we love, but that didn't stop manufacturers from bringing a ton of excellent new lenses to market. Vote now to have your say on which was best.

Studio test scene added to Sony a7S III initial review

We've added our studio test scene and video stills widget to our Sony a7S III initial review. This lets you compare its resolution capture and its low-light performance.

Capture One 21 released, includes new editing tools, features and improved performance

Capture One 21 has been released. The latest version of the popular photo editor includes new features and improved performance, including Speed Edit and a new ProStandard profile.

Adobe Lightroom is now native for both Apple M1, Windows Arm platforms

The latest version of Adobe Lightroom adds native support for Apple M1-powered computers, as well as Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered Windows 10 Arm devices.

December 7
Sentons CameraBar uses ultrasonic tech to add virtual buttons to smartphones

Sentons' ultrasonic technology has been used in features such as the Air Triggers in the Asus ROG Phone 3. Sentons is pushing this technology further with CameraBar, tech it anticipates will be utilized in smartphones next year.

Leaked ISOCELL presentation slide suggests Samsung entertaining the idea of a 600MP smartphone sensor

Smartphone leaker Ice Universe has shared a leaked slide from a Samsung Semiconductor presentation that shows the company is looking into the possibility of developing a massive 600MP smartphone sensor.

Report: Japanese camera makers could see supply chain constraints due to supplier factory fire

The factory produces an array of audio components, including analog-to-digital converters, which Inside Imaging claims are used by various Japanese camera manufacturers.

Converted Sirui lenses offer low-cost anamorphic options for L and RF mount users

The conversion of these low-cost lenses means S35 and almost-full frame anamorphic shooting no longer needs to cost quite so much money. MTF Services is selling already-converted lenses at the moment but plans to offer a conversion service for existing lenses next year.

Gift guide: 2020's best photo books for photographers

Photography books never go out of style and can also serve as inspiration for years to come. These were some of our favorite titles from 2020.

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