Bryan Gaz

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Supreme Court rules online retailers such as Amazon and B&H Photo can be required to collect sales tax

The US Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, has ruled online retailers such as Amazon, B&H Photo, and eBay can be forced to collect sales tax in states, even where they don't have a physical presence, overturning a 1992 Supreme Court ruling.

Instagram unveils IGTV, a new standalone app for sharing hour-long vertical videos

Instagram TV — IGTV for short — is a new app and service from Instagram that puts the focus on video content. You can now follow content creators and watch up to hour-long vertical videos inside the new dedicated IGTV app, as well as directly within Instagram.

NVIDIA researchers can now turn 30fps video into 240fps slo-mo footage using AI

Researchers at NVIDIA have used artificial intelligence to train a system that's capable of turning standard 30fps video into 240fps slow-mo video with minimal loss in quality.

PolarPro's new buyback program gives you credit towards a new filter when you trade in an old one

Just months after launching its QuartzLine filters for DSLR and mirrorless lenses, PolarPro has launched a buyback program that will give you credit towards a PolarPro filter for trading in an old one - even if it isn't theirs.

Samyang releases 85mm F1.4 AF lens for Canon DSLRs

Samyang has launched its latest lens, the Samyang AF 85mm F1.4 EF. This telephoto prime is a direct competitor to Canon's $1,600 alternative—and considering it's expected to retail for half the price, it looks like quite the bargain.

Video: How to take your photos to the next level with sub-framing

YouTuber George Tomlin explains the concept of sub-framing and details how you can use it to take not only make the composition more interesting, but also provide context for the scene you're shooting.

Video: Diving into the demise of Kodak

YouTube channel Company Man has shared a 12-minute video explaining the history of Kodak and the factors that led to it going from industry leader to bankrupt business.

Aurora Aperture doubles up on its new PowerXND Mark II VND filters

Two years after launching its first photo filter, Aurora Aperture is back at it again with the Kickstarter launch of its PowerXND Mark II filters.

MIOPS Capsule360 is a modular, pocket-sized motion control box

MIOPS has opened up a Kickstarter campaign for its latest product, the Capture360. This pocket-sized device is a versatile motion control box designed to be as simple or robust as your needs desire.

Lowepro introduces FreeLine BP 350 AW with all-new QuickShelf technology

Lowepro has released the FreeLine BP 350 AW, an all-new daypack that features Lowepro's adaptive interior divider system it calls QuickShelf.