Staff Profile

Dan Bracaglia
Dan Bracaglia
DPreview.com Editor

Dan’s spent more of his life obsessed with photography than not. He graduated Rutgers University in 2010 with a degree in photojournalism and spent the first four years of his career as an editor at Popular Photography and American Photo magazines. In 2014 he joined the team of DPReview and relocated from his home in New York City to Seattle, WA. In his spare time Dan runs Northwest Sound Exchange, a publication dedicated to visual documentation of Seattle’s underground music scene.

Editorial content

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Buying Guide: The best instant cameras

The instant camera market is heating up, and with four formats and 15+ cameras to choose from, we felt it was high time to examine them all and pick our favorite.

First Impressions: Sony FE 400 F2.8 GM OSS

Read our first impressions of Sony's new pro-level 400mm F2.8, from the sidelines of a professional soccer match.

Sample gallery: Sony FE 400mm F2.8 GM OSS

We first heard about Sony's pro-level FE 400mm F2.8 GM OSS back in the winter. This past weekend we finally got a chance to try it out. Here are our very first samples.

Loupedeck announces Loupedeck+ with support for Capture One, better controls

Loupedeck has updated its popular Lightroom editing console with a new '+' version featuring improved build quality, more customization and support for some non-Adobe software.

Kickstarter: Pixl-latr aims to simplify film digitization

Scanning film takes forever and photographing negatives is a pain. The Pixl-latr aims to provide a simple solution.

Buying Guide: The best waterproof cameras

Whether you're hitting the beach in the Northern Hemisphere or the ski slopes in the Southern, a rugged compact camera makes a great companion. In this buying guide we've taken a look at seven current models and chosen our favorites.

DxO updates Nik Collection, releases PhotoLab 1.2 with U Point local adjustments

DxO Labs announced bankruptcy a few months back, but with a silver-lining: its flagship desktop software, Photolab, would receive a free update by summer. The company also announced that the Nik Software Collection would receive its first update since 2017. As of today, both promises have been fulfilled.

Panasonic Lumix DC-ZS200/TZ200 Review

Panasonic's premium compact DC-ZS200 (TZ200 outside of North America) boasts a 24-360mm equiv. F3.3-6.4 zoom lens, making it the longest reaching 1"-type pocket camera on the market. There are tradeoffs that come with that big lens, however. Find out all the details in our in-depth review.

Sony RX10 IV sample gallery updated

The Sony RX10 IV is among the most capable all-in-one camera packages money can buy, and we've updated our gallery with plenty more samples.

Pentax K-1 II Review: A worthy upgrade?

The follow-up to the original K-1 is here, built like a tank like its predecessor, with improvements to AF Tracking. However, we find that image quality takes a bit of a hit with the tweaks Pentax has made.