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Hands-on with Nikon's new Nikkor Z 400mm F4.5 VR S super-telephoto Z-mount lens

We go hands-on with Nikon's new compact super-telephoto lens, the Nikkor Z 400mm F4.5 VR S, to see what all Nikon has managed to pack into this lens, even without the help of PF elements.

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We're hiring! DPReview is looking for a Reviews Editor

Do you want to shape and create content for the largest audience of photography and video enthusiasts in the world? DPReview is hiring a Reviews Editor to join our Seattle-based team.

What are 'mist filters' and what do they do to your photographs?

Have you ever come across a 'Pro Mist' or 'Cinebloom' filter and wondered what they do, or why you might want them? This little guide will help you get started on your mist filter journey.

Hands-on with the Fujifilm XF 150-600mm F5.6-8 R LM OIS WR Lens

We go hands-on with the new XF 150-600mm F5.6-8 lens, Fujifilm’s longest telephoto zoom lens to date.

Hands-on with the Fujifilm X-H2S

We grabbed the new Fujifilm X-H2S to see how it handles and what it offers as Fujifilm’s self-proclaimed ‘flagship’ camera system. Join us as we go hands-on with the new Stacked CMOS X-series flagship.

Hands-on with the Sigma 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary

The Sigma 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary is a compact, lightweight wideangle zoom lens for Sony E-mount and L-mount full-frame and APS-C format digital cameras. Click through to learn more about Sigma's latest compact zoom.

Hands-on with Sony's new 10-20mm F4 PZ G lens for APS-C E-mount cameras

We take a closer look at the smallest ultra-wide APS-C zoom lens to date, Sony's new 10-20mm F4 PZ G lens for APS-C E-mount cameras.

Film Friday: Reto announces $50 Kodak-branded Ektar H35 half-frame film camera

Reto has announced a new half-frame 35mm camera, the Kodak-branded Ektar H35. The lightweight, affordable camera allows you to capture 72 images using a single 36-shot roll of 35mm film.

Canon EOS R7 vs EOS R10: what's the difference, how do they compare?

Canon's EOS R10 and R7 share a lot of their spec, including an impressive AF system, but the closer you look, the more differences emerge. We look at how the two models compare.

Hands-on with the Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 9mm F1.7 ASPH Lens

We take a closer look at the latest lightweight, compact ultra-wide prime for Micro Four Thirds from Panasonic.

DJI Mavic 3: Have firmware updates improved DJI's flagship prosumer model?

When we reviewed DJI's Mavic 3 Cine drone in November it was still missing quite a few advertised features, most of which were added via firmware updates over the past several months. We tested these updates to see how much the Mavic 3 has improved.

A closer look at the Ricoh GR IIIx 'Urban Edition'

We take a visual tour of the Ricoh GR IIIx ‘Urban Edition’, a stylish new limited edition version of Ricoh’s very popular GR IIIx compact camera, to find out what makes it different.

Hands-on with the Sony 24-70mm F2.8 GM II

We go hands-on with Sony's new 24-70mm F2.8 GM II to see what new features it includes and how it compares to Sony's original 24-70mm F2.8 GM model.

Hands-on with the new Platypod eXtreme

Platypod just revealed its latest mini support device, the Platypod eXtreme. We take a closer look at this innovative new member of the well-regarded Platypod ecosystem with first impressions based on a pre-production sample.

Try and try again: how the Nikon Z9 supports the sports photographer

Working towards the Nikon Z9 review, editor Richard Butler has been shooting a series of rugby matches. In this article he explains how the Z9 – and a lot of practice from the sidelines – is helping him become a better sports photographer.

Slideshow: 2022 World Press Photo Contest Global winners

World Press Photo today announced the Global winners for its 2022 photo contest, with the Photo of the Year award going to Amber Bracken for her photograph 'Kamloops Residential School' for The New York Times.

Apple M1 Ultra vs M1 Max: Head-to-head shootout with photo and video editing apps

The M1 Ultra version of Apple's Mac Studio costs a lot more than the M1 Max, but does it really deliver more speed? We compared performance across a number of photo and video editing tests to find out. Spoiler: it depends a lot on what software you use.

Slideshow: Winning photographs of the 2021 Storm Photographer of the Year competition

The winning photographs and photographer for the second annual Storm Photographer of the Year competition have been announced. We've rounded up the incredible winning photographs into a gallery.

Quad Bayer vs Quad Pixel AF: what they are, how they work and how they differ

Quad Bayer and Quad Pixel AF are two very similar technologies with utterly different impact on the cameras that use them. Find out what OM Digital Solutions is doing with its OM-1 and learn about the secret behind two of the best video ILCs on the market.

Panasonic GH6 looks good for most shooting, but low ISO DR falls behind

We've shot and examined our studio scene, and its images are a match for the OM System OM-1 in a lot of circumstances. Digging into the shadows shows there's a dynamic range cost at low ISO for this clever, fast sensor.

Hands-on with the Sony FE PZ 16-35mm F4 G

Join us as we take a closer look at Sony's new 16-35mm F4 power zoom, and investigate some of the less obvious aspects of its design.

Nikon Z9 studio scene shows great speed comes at little cost

The Nikon Z9 has impressed us with its speed and autofocus but what's the image quality like? We found there's very little penalty to be paid for the other capabilities the stacked CMOS sensor brings.

Wayback Machine: The evolution of Panasonic's GH-series cameras

It's hard to believe that Panasonic's video-centric GH series is 13 years old. Over that time, it's evolved from a scrappy upstart video camera into a product line with some of the most advanced video features on the market. We take a look back to see how far the GH series – and mirrorless video in general – has come.

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We shot sports with the OM System OM-1 - This is what we learned

The OM System OM-1 promises X-type PDAF and unprecedented burst speeds. Is it enough to shoot a professional rugby match? At night? As Richard Butler discovered, the OM-1 may be a rookie, but it has a good range of skills and can mix it up with the big boys.

Landscape Composition - Part 5: Separation of Elements

Contiuning his discussion of landscape composition, nature photographer Erez Marom talks about the important notion of separation between compositional elements.

OM System OM-1 studio tests published

Some ambitious claims have been made about the OM System OM-1's image quality. We've shot our studio scene and dynamic range tests to see how it performs.

Hands-on with the OM System 12-40mm F2.8 PRO II and 40-150mm F4 PRO

The OM System 12-40mm F2.8 II Pro and 40-150mm F4 Pro are the latest two lenses from OM Digital Solutions. We take a closer look at both.

Hands-on with the Panasonic GH6

In this article we go hands-on with the new Panasonic GH6 to take a closer look at how its designed and some of its exciting new features.

Landscape Composition - Part 4: Subject direction and lead room

Nature photographer Erez Marom discusses the notion of lead room in landscape photography composition, and explains how to determine what direction a subject is facing.

What is dual gain and how does it work?

The Panasonic GH6's 'DR Boost' mode is based on an interesting sensor design, but it's not the same as the 'dual gain' chips we've become accustomed to. We look at the differences and why you use gain at all.

What does Sigma's support mean for X-mount?

Sigma's announcement that it's bringing its DC DN lenses to Fujifilm's X-mount is a welcome gift to the system as it enters its tenth year.

Hands-on with the OM System OM-1

The OM-1 is the first camera launched by OM Digital Solutions after taking ownership of Olympus' camera division. We go hands-on with this intriguing new model to look at it in more detail.

Sony a7 IV vs a7R III: which is the better camera in 2022?

The Sony a7 IV is the company's latest mid-range full-frame mirrorless camera, but it's common to see the older, higher-end a7R III for a lower price. So which makes the better purchase?

Landscape Composition - Part 2: Balancing the weights

After introducing a way to look at compositional elements, nature photographer Erez Marom suggests a way of balancing these elements to enable the creation of a better-composed landscape image.

A closer look at the Leica M11 (photo gallery)

In this photo gallery we're taking a visual tour of the M11, and comparing it against two classic M-mount rangefinders, the M4-P from the 1980s, and the M7 – Leica's first true electronic multi-mode rangefinder, from the early 2000s.

Canon EOS R5C vs EOS R5: what's the same, what's different?

The Canon EOS R5C looks a lot like an EOS R5 with a fan mounted on the back. Its greatest weakness stems from the degree to which this is true but so, perhaps, does its greatest strength.

Hands-on with the new Leica M11

The M11 is the latest in the Leica's series of rangefinder cameras, which date back to the early years of the 20th century. While it may look like Leicas of the past, it offers technology that 20th Century film photographers could never have imagined.

Landscape Composition - Part 1: Masses and lines

In a new series about composition, landscape and nature photographer Erez Marom develops an idea about viewing compositional elements as masses and lines, and challenges the viewer to determine what the elements of an image are, as an exercise in photographic vision.

Best portable power packs in 2022

Whether you only need a charge or two while walking around town or need to power a fleet of drones and professional cameras, we've rounded up the best chargers on the market to ensure you're never left with a depleted camera or accessory.

DPReview Readers' Choice Awards 2021: Product of the Year

After two rounds of voting, DPReview readers have decided on their favorite product (and runners-up) of 2021. Find out which cameras and lenses topped the list!

Through a different lens: why we're changing the way we process lens images

The increasingly ubiquitous use of lens corrections in modern mirrorless cameras has prompted us to update the way we show lens samples in galleries. Here's what we're changing, and why.

Hands-on with Nikon Nikkor Z 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 VR S

The Nikon Nikkor Z 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 VR S is a premium telezoom lens for Nikon's full-frame Z mount. Designed with wildlife and sports photographers in mind, the 100-400mm offers a versatile zoom range and impressive close focusing capabilities. Click through to learn more.

Hands-on with Nikon Nikkor Z 24-120mm F4 S

The Nikon Nikkor Z 24-120mm F4 S is a standard zoom lens for the full-frame mirrorless Z mount. We've been shooting with one for a few days, and in this article we'll be providing an overview of Nikon's latest S-series zoom.

A beginner’s guide to memory cards

In this guide, we'll provide an overview of the various kinds of memory cards, and explain how to understand their speeds and ratings.

Hands-on and sample footage from the Sirui 24mm F2.8 1.33x anamorphic lens

Sirui's third 1.33x anamorphic lens in its series for APS-C and MFT sensors brings a wider angle of view, a smaller maximum aperture, and all the characteristics we've come to expect from this good-value manufacturer.

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DPReview TV's top 10 moments of 2021

2021 was a busy year at DPReview TV, with over 100 new episodes added to our YouTube channel! In this retrospective, Chris and Jordan look back at some of their most memorable moments from the past year.

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