Rio Olympics
One iconic moment, two viral photos: Rio photographers capture Bolt's smile

One of the most memorable images from the Rio Olympics was actually two nearly identical photos – they both went viral and confused the internet. Read more

August 23
Primax Electronics to manufacture dual-camera in iPhone 7, reports say

The Taiwanese company Primax Electronics is reported to be one of the manufacturers of the dual-camera module for the upcoming Apple iPhone generation. Read more

DJI opens drone flying and training arena in South Korea

Chinese drone manufacturer DJI has opened a new facility in South Korea that allows drone owners to hone their aerial navigation skills. Read more

Picturelife shutters service, user content migrates to SmugMug

Photo storage and management service Picturelife has shut down after a few years of operation, but SmugMug has stepped in to offer users access to their photos. Read more

August 22
Canon applies to patent double-sided micro lenses designed for better edge performance

Canon has developed a design for the micro lenses it uses on imaging sensors that it claims will reduce vignetting and false coloration at the edges of the picture. Read more

ThinkTank updates Shape Shifter camera bags and offers 'naked' option

Thanks to their expandable design, ThinkTank's Shape Shifter bags are extremely versatile. After listening to feedback from photographers ThinkTank has now released a second generation of the series. Read more

Pentax K-70 firmware 1.10 now available

New firmware for the Pentax K-70 improves general stability and provides some minor updates. Read more

Canon EOS-1D X Mark II: What you need to know

The EOS-1D X II is Canon's current flagship pro-level DSLR. We've pulled out the most important details from our review to give you an overview about what makes this photo-taking monster interesting. Read more

August 20
Review: Simple Booth Event Edition photo booth app

At $60 Simple Booth sounds like an outrageously expensive iOS app, but its customizability and ease-of-use can make you the hero of the next block party. Read more

DPReview celebrates World Photo Day with our favorite shots of 2016

World Photo Day celebrates the Daguerreotype process, which the French government released to the public on August 19th, 1839. We're joining in the celebration with a gallery of our favorite sample photos from the year thus far. See them

August 19
Tamron announces SP 90mm F2.8 Di Macro and TAP-in console for Sony A-mount

Japanese optical manufacturer Tamron has announced it is to launch its exciting 90mm macro lens in a Sony A-mount, and that Sony users will now be able to update and customize some of their Tamron lenses using the company’s TAP-in lens console. Read more

Datacolor releases Spyder5CAPTURE PRO color calibration kit

Datacolor has announced the launch of its new Spyder5CAPTURE PRO color calibration kit, which calibrates  autofocus, display, colors, contrast and white balance. Read more

World record camera collector now has over 4500 – and a short film about himself

Dilish Parekh has once again beaten his own world record for having the largest camera collection, with his personal museum now housing 4500 exhibits. He's put together a video about himself and his collection. Read more

Pentax K-70 real-world sample gallery

While we haven't been able to test out the Pentax K-70's weather-sealed body this summer, we have put together a full sample gallery for your viewing pleasure. Read more

August 18
Firmware update for Sony a7R II improves stability, adds support for radio controlled flashes

Sony has released a firmware update for its a7R II full-frame mirrorless camera which improves camera stability while adding support for the company's new radio controlled lighting system. Read more

Instagram profiles reveal user depression in new machine learning study

A team from the University of Vermont and Harvard University were able to identify signs of depression based off an Instagram profile’s photos, metadata, and things like facial recognition. Read more

Throwback Thursday: The Olympus Stylus Epic and my love for sliding lens covers

The Olympus Stylus Epic is somewhat of a cult classic due to its small size, sharp 35mm F2.8 lens and weather sealed body. It was also one of the finest examples of a sliding cover film camera around. Read more

Samyang AF 14mm F2.8 for Sony E-mount set to ship in September

Samyang Optics has completed its launch of five new lenses over the summer with the announcement that its full-frame 14mm F2.8 autofocus lens for Sony E-mount is ready to hit stores. Read more

August 17
Manfrotto and Benro settle 90 degree center column dispute

Manfrotto and Benro have settled their patent dispute regarding tripods whose center column to be lifted out of the collar and rotated by 90 degrees. Read more

Corel PaintShop Pro X9 arrives with improved workflow

Corel has launched PaintShop Pro X9, the latest version of its photo editing software, adding new Interactive Gradients and expanded RAW camera profile support. Read more

Fujifilm X-E2S: What you need to know

While reviewing the Fujifilm X-E2S, we found that it has a lot to offer at an affordable price, despite its similarities to the older X-E2. Here's a brief look at what you need to know. Read more

Nikon introduces D3400 with SnapBridge, big battery life claims

Nikon has announced the D3400, updating its most beginner-friendly entry-level DSLR with Bluetooth-only wireless connectivity and a 1200 shot CIPA-rated battery. Read more

Nikon unveils AF-P DX 18-55mm F3.5-5.6G and 70-300mm F4.5-6.3G ED lenses

In addition to a new entry-level DSLR body, Nikon has formally announced a total of four DX-format Nikkor lenses. Read more

Plane plunged 4400 feet after pilot's camera became wedged against controls

A military pilot in the UK is reportedly facing a court martial after his camera became wedged against a military transport plane’s controls, causing it to plunge 4400ft (1.3km) before the captain regained control. Read more

August 16
Rebel in your pocket: Canon EOS M3 Review

Canon's EOS M3 is very much like a Rebel T6s stuffed into a compact body that resembles the company's PowerShot models. Can the company's most ambitious mirrorless camera to date compete with some excellent midrange consumer mirrorless cameras? Read our review

Samsung uses brain-inspired processors to create digital camera 'vision'

Samsung has used IBM’s neuromorphic computer processors, built under the latter company’s TrueNorth project, to create digital ‘eyes’ that see in real time. Read more

August 15
Canon and Sony dominate EISA awards for photographic equipment

The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) has awarded Canon and Sony four titles each from the 19-strong list of photography products it has selected as the best of the year. Read more

1956 Stereo-Nikkor 3.5cm F3.5 lens auction goes live on eBay

A rare Stereo-Nikkor 3.5cm F3.5 lens said to be in mint condition has been put up for auction on eBay. Read more

Brooks Institute announces closure

The Brooks Institute, which offered degrees in photography, media and visual arts for 70 years, announced that it will close its doors this fall. Read more

Canon EOS 80D vs Sony a6300: vying for the stills/video hybrid crown

The Sony a6300 and Canon EOS 80D are two very different answers to the question of how to make a stills and video camera for enthusiasts. But which does it better? Read more

August 14
6 tips for better wildflower photos

Peak wildflower season attracts crowds of photographers, which can make it an overwhelming affair. We've got some tips to help you get amazing wildflower photos with as little stress as possible. Read more

August 13
The good, the bad and the ugly of aerial photography – part 2: aircraft

If you've got your eye on trying out aerial photography, landscape shooter Erez Marom has a few tips to share on getting into the right aircraft for the job. Read more

August 12
Kipon introduces reducer to fit Nikon F and Leica R lenses to Micro Four Thirds bodies

Chinese lens and accessory maker Kipon has introduced a pair of focal length reducers that adapt Nikon F and Leica R lenses to Micro Four Thirds cameras to give a 1.4x crop factor. Read more

Getty employs robots for underwater shots in Rio

Getty photographers are getting some help in Rio from underwater robots. Read more

Cascable remote control app adds support for 50 cameras

Cascable, a Wi-Fi-based camera remote control app for Apple devices, adding both new features and support for 50 cameras. Read more

A photographer's guide to Cuba

Globe trotter and photographer Michael Bonocore shares some tips for traveling to and photographing the breathtaking island nation of Cuba. Read more

August 11
SpaceVR wants you to see the earth from space, in VR

SpaceVR is planning to launch a camera satellite into the orbit in order to transmit 360-degree VR video footage back to planet earth. Read more

Leica's historical family tree is up for auction at Christie's

Once displayed at Leica's headquarters, the collection includes 107 camera models and traces the roots of its rangefinder and SLR lines. Read more

VSCO Open Studio is a free NYC workspace for photographers

VSCO has announced the launch of VSCO Open Studio, a free-to-use photography studio in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Read more

Throwback Thursday: when studio lenses retire

We didn't have to travel far down memory lane to find the Nikkor 50mm F1.4D. Having shot it recently on the D5, DPR staffer Carey Rose shares some thoughts on using this classic lens with modern camera bodies. Read more

August 10
Seagate launches 60TB SSD, world's highest capacity solid state drive

Seagate has announced a 60TB SSD, the world's highest capacity drive of its kind. It's available for demonstration purposes now, and is scheduled to arrive in 2017. Read more

Eye-Fi releases Mac software to extend SD card functionality past End of Life date

Responding to backlash from customers, Eye-Fi has developed a new software utility that will keep older cards operational past the EOL date. Read more

Elinchrom adds Sony compatibility to its high speed sync Skyport Plus HS wireless controller

Elinchrom's new Skyport Plus HS remote flash trigger and controller now allows Sony camera users to synchronize their shutter with Elinchrom flash heads using speeds of up to 1/8000sec. Read more

DPReview is hiring! Software development manager

DPReview is hiring! We're looking to add a Software Development Manager to our Seattle-based team. Bring your creativity, passion and talent to help us build the next generation of our web and mobile experiences. Read more

Canon EOS M3 real-world sample gallery updated

We've been doing all kinds of summertime stuff and shooting with the Canon EOS M3. A full review is underway, but for now we've got some fresh samples. See gallery

August 9
Epson's 4K home projectors to go on sale next month

Epson is set to begin sales of three 4K UHD digital projectors that feature HDR and 3D support, as well as extremely long lamp life. Read more

Macphun Aurora HDR 2017 pre-orders will start September 15

Macphun has teased its customers with a brief preview of Aurora HDR 2017 ahead of its planned launch next month, previewing an updated user interface and a new tone mapping algorithm. Read more

Brevite launches two new Incognito camera backpacks

The Brevite brand of camera bags started its life as a Kickstarter project in 2015. Now the company has expanded with a Rucksack and a Rolltop that, like the original backpack, are not immediately identifiable as camera bags. Read more

Still solid: Fujifilm X-E2S Review

Except for a few tweaks, the Fujifilm X-E2S is a fresh-from-the-factory update of the X-E2 with current firmware but at a much lower MSRP. Given that the X-E2 is approaching three years old, how does the X-E2S measure up in today's market? Read more

Photoshop CC 2015.5.1  available

The first update for Photoshop CC 2015.5 is available, fixing a number of customer-reported bugs. Read more

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