Dan Bracaglia

Dan Bracaglia

DPReview Contributor
Lives in United States Seattle, WA, United States
Works as a Former DPreview.com Editor
Joined on Nov 4, 2014
About me:

DPR alumn of 7 years (2014-2021). Now Features editor at Popular Photography.

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Film Fridays: New film alert - No Color Studio launches ISO 5 B&W film

No Color Studio's No.5 film promises a punchy, high contrast B&W look, with very little visible grain. Our friends at Kosmo Foto have been looking at the new emulsion - click through to learn more.

Venus Laowa 'Argus' 33mm F0.95 CF APO sample gallery

The Venus Optics Laowa 'Argus' 33mm F0.95 CF APO is an ultra-fast manual focus lens for APS-C mirrorless bodies from Sony, Canon, Fujifilm and Nikon. We tested one on a Fujifilm body and found it capable of producing lovely images, across its aperture range.

Sony ZV-E10 review

The new Sony ZV-E10 is seemingly a vlogger's dream. It shoots uncropped 4K/24p video, offers headphone and microphone ports, a touch-sensitive selfie screen, class-leading AF and a darn good onboard mic. Unfortunately, jiggly 4K and subpar Full HD footage detract from its appeal.

Film Fridays: Loving and hating the Kiev 60 TTL - a quirky Soviet medium format knockoff

It was the mechanically quirky Soviet-era Pentacon Six that lead photographer Michael Elliot to fall in love with medium format photography. Find out why a love/hate relationship with your gear can actually be a good thing in this week's Film Friday.

Film Fridays: Unsung heroes of the modern film era - Michael Butkus Jr. and his camera manual library

In this week's Fim Friday, we want to celebrate one of the unsung heroes of the modern film photography era: Michael Butkus Jr., the owner and operator of Butkus.org / OrphanCamera.com, the Internet's most complete archive of film camera user manuals.

Opinion: Ode to the 'happy accident' or why film photographers have more fun

Double-exposures, light leaks, color shifts from aging, misaligned frame advances – these all can be happy accidents. Sometimes the universe adds a gentle touch to your photos, sometimes it takes them away completely. It's all part of the fun of shooting film.

Hands-on with the new Panasonic Lumix S 50mm F1.8

Panasonic's new Lumix S 50mm F1.8 is a compact and lightweight prime, aimed at full-frame L-mount shooters. Priced at $450, join us as we take a closer look at the handling details and construction of this modern-day nifty fifty.

Film Fridays: A closer look at Konica Centuria Chrome, a film stock you've probably never used

Konica Centuria Chrome is a film stock from the late 1990s / early 2000s that we're guessing most folks have neither seen nor heard of before. But if you can get your hands on a roll, it's well worth running through your camera!

Field review: Panasonic Lumix G 25mm F1.7 ASPH - compact, affordable and capable

Panasonic's 'nifty fifty' is, quite simply, one of the best compact and affordable primes out there for Micro Four Thirds shooters.

Film Fridays: A new shoe mount light meter -  meet the Keks EM-01

Our pals over at 35mmc have the scoop on a new hotshoe-mounted light meter from Taiwan-based manufacturer Keks. Find out what this fresh and affordable new model is all about.