Damien Demolder

Damien Demolder

DPReview Contributor
Lives in United Kingdom United Kingdom
Works as a Journalist and Photographer
Has a website at www.damiendemolder.com
Joined on May 9, 2014

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A shot in the dark: Casio launches 1.9MP camera for ultra low-light photography

Casio has announced a new camera designed to take stills and video in extremely dark conditions. The EX-FR110H uses a back-illuminated CMOS sensor with 1.9 million extra-large pixels. Read more

Metz mecablitz M400 compact wireless flash unit now available

German flash manufacturer Metz has launched its new compact sized flash unit offering wireless TTL control for $280. Read more

Fujifilm launches X-A10 as entry-level X-series model

Fujifilm has added a new entry-level model to its X-series of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras in the shape of the X-A10. The camera will use a 16MP APS-C sensor and will come equipped with a flip-up rear screen designed to make taking selfies easier. Read more

Faster operation and new sharpening tools for Phase One Capture One Pro 10

Camera, lens and software manufacturer Phase One has introduced a new version of its image manipulation software package that it says improves the speed at which it runs and which adds a collection of new editing tools – as well as compatibility with additional cameras and lenses. Read more

Earliest known Nikon camera fetches over $400,000 in Austrian auction

A Nikon 1 camera sold at auction in Austria this month has become the most expensive Nikon ever after achieving a sale price of €384,000 (approx $406,000) – double the expected maximum estimate. Read more

Fujifilm X-T2 tethered shooting firmware arrives, also adds button lock

Fujifilm has released its much anticipated firmware for the X-T2 that enables tethered shooting with the forthcoming Tethered Shooting Plug-in Pro application, and has added a number of other fixes and a new feature. Read more

Canon releases new firmware for EOS 5D IV to correct varying flash color

Canon has introduced an update for the EOS 5D IV DSLR that corrects a color issue when using flash and improves the camera's performance when the company's new tele-converters are in use. Read more

Elinchrom extends Skyport radio transmitter compatibility to Panasonic Lumix cameras

Flash manufacturer Elinchrom has released new firmware for its EL-Skyport Transmitter Plus HS for Olympus so that the device will be able to work with Panasonic Lumix cameras as well as Olympus OM-D models. Read more

Godox launches mini radio flash unit for Sony mirrorless cameras

Flash and accessory manufacturer Godox has announced a new radio controlled flash unit that it says is designed to work with the Sony mirrorless range of cameras. Read more

Fotodiox introduces full automatic Nikon to Sony E adapter

Accessory manufacturer Fotodiox has introduced a new adapter that allows Nikon lenses to operate with a full range of automatic functions when hosted on a modern Sony E-mount camera body. Read more