Throwback Thursday
Throwback Thursday: Nikon D70

In 2004 Nikon launched its first sub-$1000 DSLR, the Nikon D70. The D70 shared many components with its older and more expensive sibling D100 and offered more manual control and customizability than its direct rival from Canon, the EOS 300D (Digital Rebel). Read more

March 30
How the heck do you pronounce 'bokeh'? PGN settles it once and for all

'Why are we here?' 'Is there life on other planets?' 'How do you pronounce bokeh?' Photo Gear News might not be able to help us answer all of our burning questions, but they have offered a definitive answer on that last one. Read more

Leica launches 9-lens Thalia series for cinematographers

Leica has announced a new range of cinema lenses that is aimed at photographers looking for a classic vintage look and exceptional bokeh. Read more

Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM C available for pre-order for $800

The Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens introduced last month during CP+ has launched for pre-order at $800. Read more

Updated: Major firmware updates coming for Fujifilm X-T2 and X-Pro2

UPDATED: Fujifilm will launch a couple of major firmware updates for its X-T2 and X-Pro2 cameras. Features on the way include focal length-dependent minimum shutter speed in ISO auto and added tools for video shooters. Read more

Transforming ordinary landmark photos one paper cutout at a time

Looking for a fresh way to photograph famous landmarks, Rich McCor started adding a touch of humor to his images with paper cutouts. Read more

March 29
Datacolor updates Spyder5 calibration software to add auto ambient light switching

Calibration company Datacolor has updated the Spyder5 software package that accompanies its Spyder5 monitor calibration devices for Pro and Elite customers. Read more

ExoLens Case for iPhone 7 supports Zeiss lenses while protecting phone

ExoLens has announced the launch of its new ExoLens Case for iPhone 7, a case designed to protect the phone while also supporting the company's ExoLens PRO with Optics by Zeiss accessory lenses. Read more

Samsung announces updated Gear 360 camera with 4K video

The updated Samsung Gear 360 camera comes with improved image stitching quality, a tripod mount and true 4K video resolution. Read more

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ come with 'infinity display' and multi-frame processing

Samsung's new S8 smartphone generation offers impressive new display technology but in the camera department novelties are limited to the software side of things. Read more

Resolution, aliasing and light loss - why we love Bryce Bayer's baby anyway

Bayer filters are far from perfect – they're prone to sampling artifacts and throw away a lot of light. So why are they used by the cameras that live in millions of pockets around the world? Because it's a briliant piece of design. Read more

Just added: New product overview videos and getting started guides

Shopping for a new camera? Or just looking for some advice about how to use your current model? We've been working on a series of product overview videos for a couple of years, and we've just added a bunch of informational videos to our YouTube channel. Read more

March 28
Ming Thein joins Hasselblad as Chief of Strategy

Hasselblad has announced that commercial photographer and blogger Ming Thein has been appointed its Chief of Strategy. Read more

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 launches with selfie mirror and close-up lens attachment

Fujifilm has announced the Instax Mini 9, adding a selfie mirror next to the lens and a close-up lens attachment for photos as close as 35cm / 14in. Read more

Sony World Photography Awards Open categories and National winners announced

The winners of the ten Open categories of the Sony World Photography Awards have been announced alongside National Award winners from 66 countries. Read more

Samsung planning to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units

In a press release, Samsung laid out how it will recycle and dispose of the hundreds of thousands of Galaxy Note 7 units that had already been produced and sold before the model was discontinued due to a battery fault. Read more

Canon EOS M6 sample gallery

The Canon EOS M6 shares plenty of features with the company's EOS M5 flagship mirrorless camera, including a 24MP APS-C sensor with Dual Pixel AF. With a loaner unit in hand we ventured out to start putting it to use. See gallery

DPReview on TWiT: the Fujifilm GFX 50S

This week DPReview editor Dan Bracaglia joined the TWiT Network's popular weekend show, The New Screen Savers, to talk about medium-format photography and the Fujifilm GFX 50S with tech guru Leo Laporte. Read more

Researchers create method for photorealistic Prisma-style effects

Prisma, but photorealistic rather than painterly: researchers at Cornell and Adobe have presented a new method that uses deep learning to transfer the style of one photo to another. Read more

March 27
Panasonic likely to scale-back camera division, says Nikkei

Panasonic is likely to significantly scale-back its camera business, according to a report by Japan's largest business newspaper. The Nikkei Asian Review says the move is one of the proposals of a report prepared by the company's business planning department. Read more

Gcam: the story behind the Google Pixel camera software

Google's independent research division X just published a blog post detailing the story of Gcam, the software behind the class-leading cameras in Google's Pixel devices. Read more

Wesaturate will soon offer free Raw photos for photographers to practice editing

A couple of students have taken the wraps off a new website that will offer free Raw images for download with the aim of helping photographers practice editing skills. Read more

Pentax KP Review
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Ricoh's Pentax KP is a 24MP mid-range DSLR with five-axis image stabilization. But, rather than a simple update of the existing K-3 II, it's been slimmed-down and gained some of the K-1's style. Does it succeed? Read more

Ask the staff: Pick one focal length or lens to rule them all

If you could only shoot with one specific lens or focal length for the rest of your life, what would you choose? The staff of DPR sounds off. Read on

March 26
The Leica Summaron 28mm F5.6 is old-fashioned fun

The Leica Summaron-M 28mm F5.6 is a curious thing: a 'new' version of a lens originally introduced in the mid 1950s. Is this nouveau classic worth its asking price? Read more

March 25
Flying drones over the internet isn't the future we wanted, but it's the one we've got

It's nearly 2020 and we don't have jetpacks, but we do have Cape: a service that lets anyone with an internet connection fly real drones in remote locations. But as many scholars have noted, there ain't nothing like the real thing. Read more

Documenting a spontaneous cold-weather surfing trip to Maine

It only took one message on a group chat to convince Ryan Struck to make a last-minute trip to Maine in pursuit of storm swells and unique photo opportunities. Read more

Lexar JumpDrive Tough is an ultra-rugged USB flash drive

Lexar has launched its new JumpDrive Tough, an ultra-durable version of its USB 3.1 flash drive product lineup. Read more

March 24
Mount your EOS lenses on the Fujifilm GFX with Cambo's new adapters

Dutch accessory manufacturer Cambo has announced it is to produce an adapter to allow full-frame Canon EF lenses to work with the new Fujifilm GFX 50s medium-format camera. Read more

Federal judge dismisses case against Kentucky 'Drone Hunter'

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against a self-proclaimed 'Drone Hunter' in Kentucky. Read more

Cactus announces flash transceiver firmware upgrade to support wireless cross-brand TTL

Cactus has announced a series of brand-specific firmware updates for its V6 II and V6 IIs triggers that will add TTL functions alongside their cross-brand HSS support. Read more

Re-make/Re-model: Leica Summaron 28mm F5.6 Samples

Leica's new Summaron 28mm F5.6 is an incredibly slim pancake lens, originally sold in the 1950s, and just re-released in M-mount. Does it make sense in 2017? Check out our gallery of sample images. View the gallery

March 23
Atomos introduces Ninja Inferno off-camera recorder

Atomos has released the Ninja Inferno off-camera recorder. It delivers the same performance as the top of the line Shogun Inferno, but with a design and price point optimized for users of cameras such as the Panasonic GH5. Read more

OPPO launches F3 Plus with dual selfie cameras

The Oppo F3 Plus doesn't come with the company's recently announced 5x zoom camera unit, but offers another unusual imaging feature: a dual front-facing camera module. Read more

Throwback Thursday: Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3, Multi-Aspect Master

While other manufacturers were piling on Megapixels and longer lenses, Panasonic went with a lower resolution CCD and a bright (but short) lens on its Lumix DMC-LX3. The result was one of the best compact cameras of that era. Read more

Canon EOS 77D / 9000D sample gallery

With a Rebel on one side and an 80D on the other, the Canon EOS 77D occupies an interesting space in Canon's DSLR lineup. We haven't wasted any time getting our loaner unit out into the great outdoors. Read more

Zeiss is teasing a new telephoto Batis lens on its Instagram account

Recently, Zeiss started teasing a 'new Batis portrait telelens' on its Instagram account. A couple of Zeiss Ambassadors have posted photos from the yet-to-be-named lens as part of a weekly account takeover. Read more

March 22
Drobo announces 'easiest and fastest ever' 5-bay NAS storage with 5N2

Digital storage solutions company Drobo has updated its 5N desktop network attached device with a new version that it claims is easier to use and faster than any previous NAS it has produced. Read more

Midwest Photo camera store thieves reportedly cut hole in roof to steal gear

Midwest Photo, a retail store in Columbus, Ohio, has been the subject of a reported theft that the company president Moishe Appelbaum describes as 'Mission Impossible style.' Read more

Instagram will soon let you book photographers and other services directly in the app

Business accounts will soon be able to add a booking option to their Instagram profile, allowing potential customers to schedule appointments directly through the app. Read more

We asked three Canon lens masters to name their first and favorite lens designs

We asked three gentlemen who each have multiple decades of experience designing lenses for Canon to share with us their first and favorite lens – find out what they had to say. Read on

March 21
Meyer Optik Trioplan 35+ Kickstarter unlocks colorful lens trio reward

Meyer Optik recently added a new backer reward option to its wildly successful Trioplan 35+ Kickstarter campaign: limited edition red, green and blue variants of the lens. Read more

Apple launches new 9.7" iPad and limited edition iPhone 7 in red

Apple's new 9.7" iPad is meant to replace the iPad Air 2 and offers upgraded processor specifications. Proceeds of the limited edition (Product) Red iPhones go towards charitable causes. Read more

Android 7.1.1 update for OnePlus 3T brings improved video stabilization

With its Android 7.1.1 based OxygenOS 4.1.0 update, the OnePlus 3T's video stabilization is now on the Google Pixel's level. Read more

US bans most electronic devices, including cameras, on flights from eight countries

Electronic devices larger than cellphones will be banned in carry-on luggage on flights to the US from some Middle-Eastern and African countries. Read more

Fujifilm X-T20 Review
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The Fujifilm X-T20 is a midrange SLR-styled mirrorless camera that serves as the younger sibling to the X-T2. While it may be cheaper than the X-T2, the little X-T20 still packs a big punch. Read review

Opinion: Thinking about buying medium format? Read this first

Recent medium format digital announcement has turned a lot of heads, and for good reason. However, some of us are less excited than others. Technical Editor Rishi Sanyal explains why he's not quite convinced. Read more

Pentax KP sample gallery

A new 5-axis SR II IBIS system, ISO expansion up to 819,200 and interchangeable grips – the Pentax KP looks great on paper, but how about its images? See gallery

£10,000 of Sigma lenses up for grabs in Amateur Photographer of the Year competition

The UK’s Amateur Photographer magazine has launched its 2017 Amateur Photographer of the Year competition and is offering a total of £10,000 worth of Sigma lenses in prizes. Read more

March 20
Real 3D images of Mars make up this video of a simulated flight over the red planet

It took photographer and self-proclaimed space enthusiast Jan Fröjdman three months to produce a video turning NASA anaglyph images of Mars into a simulated flight over the planet. Read more

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