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Photographer builds world's first 4x5 film camera with AF, hybrid finder and universal lens mount

Aleksi Koski's new AF-equipped Conflict AF45 4x5 large format camera, which is currently in the functional prototype stage, hopes to bring back the days of handheld large format photography.

Rare 0-Series Leica camera owned by Oskar Barnack expected to fetch over $2.6M at auction

The camera is one of just 23 0-Series units manufactured and was personally owned and used by Oskar Barnack, the inventor of 35mm still photography, before being passed down to his son, Conrad.

These are the cameras people complain about the most

Electronics Hub has tracked nearly 350,000 tweets and ran them through a 'Complaint Detector' to see which electronic devices frustrate people the most. As part of the extensive data, we see which cameras people complain about most. Is it your favorite camera that takes the top spot?

Film Friday: Building a custom 6x9 camera using an old Zeiss camera and 47mm Schneider-Kreuznach lens

For this week's installment of Film Friday, we take a look at an article from Dirk Fletcher, shared on 35mmc, that shows how he built one of his latest custom cameras, a 6x9 medium format camera with a 47mm Scheider-Kreuznach lens.

More than 2,000 patients in Scotland have swallowed a tiny camera instead of having colonoscopies

Not many people enjoy medical procedures. Fewer still enjoy colonoscopies. However, colorectal screening is critical. More than 2,000 patients in Scotland have swallowed a tiny camera located inside a pill-sized device called PillCam. PillCam can improve the experience and long-term health outcomes of patients.

4K at 4,000 meters: Custom underwater camera records highly-detailed 4K video

The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) teamed up with DeepSea Power & Light to create a new underwater camera that records 4K/60p video at up to 4,000 meters beneath the ocean's surface.

The Digi Swap turns your iPhone into a digital sensor (of sorts) for your film cameras

Digi Swap is a new gadget that attaches an iPhone to the back of a film camera, letting you shoot digital photos through an analog camera. It will be fully unveiled at the upcoming CP+ show in Japan.

Phantom S991 high-speed camera shoots 4K video at 937 frames per second

Vision Research has announced the Phantom S991 high-speed camera. While not its fastest camera, the S991 offers a unique blend of speed and resolution thanks to a new and improved fiber cable technology.

Canon confirms it will release a new Cinema EOS camera on January 19

Canon USA has taken to social media to tease the release of a new Cinema EOS camera system. The announcement is set to take place at 7am (EST) on January 19, 2022.

Update: Canon CEO confirms the 1DX Mark III will be the company's last flagship DSLR

It probably shouldn't come as a surprise, but this is the first confirmation we've seen regarding the future of Canon's storied EOS-1 camera lineup, which got its start back in 1989.

Nikon confirms the first Z9 orders will start shipping on December 23

Nikon has sent an email to Nikon Professional Services members informing them that pre-orders for the Nikon Z9 will start being fulfilled on December 23 for members who have submitted a priority delivery request.

Film(ish) Friday: An honest look at the 2nd-generation Pixii M-mount digital rangefinder

It's Film Friday! Well, kind of. Hamish Gill, founder of 35mmc, has written a detailed review of his time with Pixii's second-generation Pixii camera, a 26MP APS-C M-mount camera that offers something of the classic film-era rangefinder experience at half the cost of a digital Leica.

Modified Soviet spy camera designed to shoot through walls is up for auction

A specially-modified Zorki-4 rangefinder camera is up for sale in Bulgaria. The Soviet-era spy camera was designed to capture photos through drilled holes in walls. If you want to own an unusual and rare piece of Soviet history, now's your chance.

DJI announces the Ronin 4D, the world's first 4-axis cinema camera with 8K/75p recording, Raw capture, LiDAR AF and more

DJI has unveiled the Ronin 4D, an all-in-one cinema camera system that combines a full-frame Zenmuse X9 gimbal camera with four-axis image stabilization, LiDAR focusing and wireless transmission to create the ultimate all-in-one shooting experience.

Sony teases the Sony a7 IV, confirms October 21 announcement

While the teaser itself doesn't reveal much about the forthcoming camera, the metadata tags for the video premiere hint at the name of the camera and what sort of capabilities we're looking at.

39th Leitz Photographica Auction will include rare Leica MP, prototype prime & much more

The 39th edition of the Leitz Photographica Auction will take place next month in Austria. The auction includes many rare cameras and lenses, including a stunning Leica MP, a very rare prototype lens and much more interesting equipment from photography's storied past.

Pixii announces new 26MP version of its APS-C Pixii digital rangefinder camera

In 2018, Pixii announced its first product, the Pixii camera. The 12MP digital rangefinder eschewed a rear display and card slot. Now, Pixii has a new version of its camera, featuring the same design but a different 26MP image sensor.

Vaonis announces $45,000 telescope camera with 61MP full-frame sensor, 1050mm optic

Vaonis has announced another smart telescope, the Hyperia. Vaonis's latest telescope camera has a 61MP full-frame image sensor and a large 1050mm optic.

Film Friday: A look at one of the Soviet Union's first SLR cameras, the KMZ Start

While not known by much of the west until after the fall of the Berlin Wall, production of the high-end KMZ Start totaled 75,000 units and actually beat the Nikon F to market. Click through to learn more.

Video: How do images from Canon’s EOS-1D look nearly 20 years after its release?

Digital camera technology improves rapidly, but that doesn't mean old cameras can't capture good images, right? Photographer Eduardo Pavez Goye put this theory to the test by going hands-on with the original Canon EOS-1D, Canon's first pro DSLR.

RED teases new cinema camera that appears to record 8K video at 120fps

Jarred Land, CEO of RED Digital Cinema, shared an Instagram post that shows off the screen of an unreleased RED camera system.

Iconic 1914 Ur-Leica camera recreated as LEGO could become an actual set

LEGO Ideas user Pandis Pandus has created a LEGO Ur-Leica camera. The camera, released in 1914, could become an actual LEGO set if it gets enough support on LEGO Ideas. The Ur-Leica was the first camera to use the now-standard 35mm format.

Oppo shows off new RGBW sensor, 85–200mm OIS zoom camera module, 5-axis OIS module and more for future smartphones

To celebrate 'World Photography Day,' Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo revealed a collection of new and improved technologies it plans to bring to its devices in the future.

Canon XF605 professional 4K camcorder and new 8K broadcast lens announced

Canon has announced a new compact 4K camcorder aimed at solo shooters, the XF605. It's 10% smaller and 600g lighter than the Canon XF705. Canon has also announced the 10x16 KAS S 8K broadcast lens.

DPReview TV: Why lower resolution sensors are not better in low light

A common belief in the camera world is that lower resolution cameras – and larger pixels – perform better in low light. In this video we illustrate why you should question that bit of conventional wisdom.

DPReview TV: Canon RF 28-70mm F2L USM review

The Canon RF 28-70mm F2 L USM is a high-end standard zoom lens for the company's full-frame mirrorless system. Chris and Jordan take an in-depth look at how this $3000 lens performs in the latest episode of DPRTV.

DPReview TV: Chris and Jordan pick their dream camera kits

What if you could buy any camera kit and money was no object? Chris and Jordan pick the cameras of their dreams. Watch this week's episode to see what they chose.

Oppo unveils next-generation under-screen camera, promises no compromises

Oppo says the new display technology 'delivers the perfect balance between screen and camera quality.'

June 2021 CIPA data: Steady shipments despite chip shortages and COVID-19 resurgences

Despite being a year of unknowns, mostly due to the global chip shortage and COVID-19 resurgence, 2021 is proving the be the year of stabilization industry experts believed it would be.

Nikon preparing to launch the first camera with GNSS instead of GPS, according to government filing

A government registration filing for a pair of unannounced (and unnamed) Nikon cameras states that one of the models will include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GNSS. It would be the first camera to use GNSS instead of GPS.

Apple granted patent for periscope camera module that would give future iPhones 3x optical 'zoom'

The patent shows off the details and schematics for a a 3x periscope camera module that would use folded optics to give future iPhones a more telephoto camera option.

Yongnuo’s new Android 10-powered MFT camera features 20MP sensor, 5” touchscreen display

The new YN455 camera features a 20MP Micro Four Thirds sensor, a MFT lens mount and is powered by Android 10. For now though, it appears to be available only in China.

CIPA's April 2021 data: Shipments are down, but the average price of camera units is steadily increasing

According to CIPA's numbers, there are fewer camera units being shipped around the globe, but the value of the average camera unit being shipped is increasing at a steady pace.

Snap It is a subscription service for disposable cameras

Disposable cameras are back in a big way. However, finding a place to develop a disposable camera can prove challenging. The company Snap offers subscriptions that include a disposable camera and film development services.

Ricoh’s ‘new’ Theta Z1 51GB is just a Theta Z1 with extra storage

After announcing it was forced to discontinue its flagship 360-degree camera last month, Ricoh is back with an almost identical successor with more than double the storage.

Camera Rescue opens repair school in bid to fix world’s film cameras

Fancy learning how to inspect, repair and test film cameras? Well, if you live in Finland there's a new school opening to train technicians and camera mechanics

A closer look at Sony's FX3 'compact cinematography' camera

The Sony FX3 is a 'compact cinematography' camera built around a 12MP full-frame BSI CMOS sensor. It shares a lot in common with the a7S III, so what does it do to earn its place in Sony's 'Cinema Line?'

Sony Japan teases new compact cinema camera release on February 24

A new page on Sony Japan's website is teasing the release of a compact Cinema Line camera set to be released at 11:00am JST on February 24.

Video: A 1000 fps look at how a 16mm motion picture camera works

Have you ever wondered how a film motion picture camera works? The Slow Mo Guys YouTube channel is here to show us using an incredible 1000 fps 4K camera.

Alice MFT camera combines smartphone AI with interchangeable lenses, now live on Indiegogo

A Micro Four Thirds camera that uses the same AI photo trickery as smartphones to improve the way pictures look promises open-source access for custom applications and live streaming video direct through your phone

Caught on video: Photographers robbed of $7,000 in gear while stuck in traffic in San Francisco

Last Friday, a pair of real estate photographers captured images near a park in San Francisco. After leaving, a vehicle pulled up behind them in traffic, smashed the back window, and made off with a bag of equipment worth $7,000.

Canon unveils AI-powered automatic camera, the PowerShot PICK

Canon is bringing one of its recent concept cameras into reality. The PowerShot PICK is an AI-powered camera capable of automatically tracking and photographing subjects thanks to its 360º pan/tilt design.

Nikon is killing off its international warranty in favor of regional warranties

Nikon cites 'differences in regional laws and safety standards' for the change, which will see its comprehensive international warranty transition to more region-specific warranties by the end of the month.

Ilford to release the Sprite 35-II, a cheap, reusable 35mm point-and-shoot film camera

The compact point-and-shoot film camera is a tribute of sorts to the original Sprite 35 released back in the 1960s. It doesn't offer any manual controls or even a variable shutter speed, but at only $35, what do you expect?

Report: Japanese camera makers could see supply chain constraints due to supplier factory fire

The factory produces an array of audio components, including analog-to-digital converters, which Inside Imaging claims are used by various Japanese camera manufacturers.

Wristcam adds a pair of cameras to your Apple Watch

Users have lamented the absence of a camera in the Apple Watch. A new product, Wristcam, aims to change this by incorporating a pair of cameras in an Apple Watch band.

UPDATE: X-tra promises a fresh take on the conventional camera battery with its innovative offering

Camera battery design has been relatively unchanged for years, but new Kickstarter campaign for the X-tra battery hopes to upend convention and give photographers a more powerful, quicker and better camera battery.

Apple's new ProRAW image format will capture 12-bit Raw DNG files

Apple's latest iOS 14.3 developer build has revealed what we can expect from its new ProRAW image format, which will capture 12-bit Raw DNG files on Apple's new iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max smartphones.

This DIY camera uses machine learning to tell you what it sees

What if your camera knew what it was looking at? A new Raspberry Pi-based project combines a camera module with machine learning to bring this possibility to life.

Select Sony stores in Japan are giving away adorable mini camera kits with the purchase of a real kit

The promotion, which is taking place at four different Sony stores across Japan, is going on through November 30.

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