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Video: a Retro Review of the 3.3MP Sony S70 digital camera, 21 years after its release

Gordon Laing is back with another episode of Retro Review, this time showing off the first digital camera he owned, a 3.3MP Sony S70, which was released 21 years ago.

DPReview TV: Chris and Jordan answer your questions about the Canon EOS R3

Chris and Jordan received a lot of feedback after their preview of the Canon EOS R3, and in this episode the pair answer some of the questions that came up in the YouTube comments. Watch the video to see if they answered one of yours.

Video: A look at the rare ‘white face’ Rolleiflex 2.8F twin-lens reflex camera

In the latest episode of Japan Camera Hunter’s ‘Camera Geekery’ video series, Bellamy Hunt provides an in-depth look at one of the most sought-after Rolleiflex TLR cameras to ever be produced.

DPReview TV: Canon EOS R3 first impressions review

Chris and Jordan have been using a pre-production copy of the new EOS R3. Find out what they think of it after a day of shooting sports and wildlife, including the return of Canon's eye-controlled focus.

EarthCam shares 20-year 9/11 Anniversary timelapse video, ‘Never Forgotten’

The timelapse consists of more than 13.3 million photographs capturing the 20 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, U.S.

DPReview TV: The Laowa Argus 35mm F0.95 is a crazy fast lens for full-frame

Chris and Jordan review the Laowa Argus 35mm F0.95, available in E-mount, Z-mount, and RF-mount. Find out why Chris concludes, "there's nothing else like this lens on the market."

DPReview TV: Sigma 24mm F2 DG DN & 90mm F2.8 DG DN Quick Review

Chris and Jordan have a special treat for this episode: reviews of the new Sigma 24mm F2 DG DN and its 90mm F2.8 sibling. See how they perform and whether they should end up in your camera bag.

DPReview TV: Our thoughts on Fujifilm's X Summit announcements

Chris and Jordan analyze all the announcements from Fujifilm's recent X Summit: GFX 50S II, X-T30 II, new X-mount lenses, new GF-mount lenses, a teaser for a stacked CMOS sensor and more!

DPReview TV: Fujifilm XF 33mm F1.4 R LM WR review

In this review Chris and Jordan explain why they're pretty impressed with Fujifilm's new XF 33mm F1.4 prime lens. They also provide a head-to-head comparison against Fujifilm's older 35mm F1.4 lens to see how they differ.

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.

Sigma will announce new products on September 9

In a video premiere posted to its YouTube channel, Sigma says we have just six days until its next products announcement.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm GFX 50S II review

Chris and Jordan tell us what they think of Fujifilm's new GFX 50S II medium-format camera. They also compare it to the GFX 100S, revealing some important differences that go beyond resolution.

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.

Video: A look at Canon's 40-year-old AF lens, the FD 35-70mm F4 AF

In 1981, Canon introduced its first and only autofocus lens for the FD system, the 35-70mm F4 AF. It's a fascinating lens, and YouTuber Kai W has gone hands-on with it on a Sony A1 to see if the archaic AF lens still works in 2021.

DPReview TV classics: Best (and worst) ways to clean camera lenses

Chris and Jordan are taking a well-deserved break this week, so we're re-posting one of our favorite episodes from the archives. In this humorous video they discuss the right way – and the wrong way – to clean a lens. Beware of broken glass!

The DPReview TV camera shoulder bag roundup extravaganza

Chris and Jordan review six popular camera shoulder bags, including models from Peak Design, Lowepro, Think Tank, Wotancraft, Vanguard and Manfrotto. Find out what they like about each, and which ones they picked for their own use.

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: Nikon Z 14-24mm F2.8 S review

The Nikon Z 14-24mm F2.8 S is an update to a Nikon classic, but one that's smaller, lighter and better than its F-mount predecessor. Learn about its design, performance and how it handles the bamboo wall of doom in this episode of DPReview TV.

Video: FPV drone takes a deep dive down world's tallest waterfall

Remote pilot Ellis van Jason used an FPV drone to fly through a Venezuelan forest and take a deep dive down Angel Falls, the tallest waterfall in the world.

Video: 20 pieces of video gear that cost less than $20

Caleb Pike of DSLR Video Shooter showcases 20 pieces of video equipment that cost less than $20 to purchase.

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.

Video: Peter McKinnon goes hands-on with a pair of Canon EOS R3 cameras

McKinnon isn't allowed to share any photos or videos from the cameras but does provide a brief hands-on after taking them for a spin ahead of his full review.

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.

Video: How to photograph and retouch a beer product shot worthy of a pub wall

Photographer Dustin Dolby has shared an in-depth tutorial showing how you can capture and edit a poster-style commercial shot of beer with minimal effort.

DPReview TV: Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS review

Despite continuing issues with wildfire smoke, Chris was able to put the new Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS 'Sport' through its paces in a variety of situations. Find out how it performed, and how it compares to its peers, in this latest episode.

Video: Watch moths mesmerizingly take flight at 6,000 frames per second

Dr. Adrian Smith is back with a new video showcasing what it looks like when seven species of moth are filmed at 6,000 frames per second as they take flight.

DPReview TV: Tamron 11-20mm F2.8 Di III-A RXD

With smoke from forest fires keeping them out of the Alberta countryside, Chris and Jordan take to the streets of Calgary to test out Tamron's ultra-wide 11-20mm F2.8 lens for Sony APS-C cameras.

DPReview TV: Sony ZV-E10 vlogging camera review

Chris and Jordan review the ZV-E10, Sony's new E-mount vlogging camera. Does it raise the bar for vloggers? Can Chris be bribed with Swedish fish gummies? Tune in to find out.

Retro Review: Gordon Laing tests out Canon’s 21-year-old PowerShot G1 camera

Gordon Laing takes Canon’s inaugural G-series camera for a spin to see how well it stacks up 21 years after its release.

DPReview TV: Nikon Z7 II versus Sony a7R IV for landscapes

In this week's episode, Chris compares the Nikon Z7 II and Sony a7R IV for landscape photography, with a close look at their displays, image quality, lens lineups and more.

Video: Hasselblad shows how it produces, tests its X System medium format cameras

The four-minute video shows the intricate steps each camera body and sensor goes through before being packaged up and sent off to retailers.

DPReview TV: Great episodes you may have missed!

This week, Chris and Jordan highlight six episodes of DPReview TV that got lost in the news cycle. Discover a few great videos you may have missed, including some of their personal favorites.

Adobe brings native Apple silicon support, automated Speech to Text transcription to Premiere Pro

Premiere Pro 15.4 adds native support for Apple's M1 Macs and brings an Adobe Sensei-powered Speech to Text tool that dramatically reduces the time needed to make videos more accessible and engaging.

Video: 3D printed film canister and Raspberry Pi camera can turn an old film camera into a digital camera

YouTube user befinitiv 3D printed a film canister holder and attached a Raspberry Pi camera module and a few other parts to convert a Cosina film camera into a digital camera capable of live streaming video over Wi-Fi, all for around $50.

DPReview TV: Apple M1 iMac vs. Intel PC for photo/video

Mac and Windows users have been fighting since the beginning of the computer age. In this episode of DPReview TV, Jordan and his iMac battle Chris and his Windows laptop to see which is best for photo and video editing. And games.

Updated: Sigma fp L review - Raw video comes with trade-offs

The Sigma fp L offers a host of video options, including 8, 10 or 12-bit CinemaDNG Raw output to an external SSD, or a 12-bit Raw stream over HDMI if you have an external recorder. We took a closer look and found there are trade-offs to each of these options.

DPReview TV behind the scenes: The gear we use to make DPReview TV

Want to know what it takes to film a typical DPReview TV episode? Jordan walks through his complete kit – at least until the camera they're shooting this week's episode with overheats.

Video: What it's like shooting Sigma's $26K 200-500mm F2.8 'bazooka' lens on a Sony a7 III

Photographer and YouTuber Tom Calton has shared a video showing what it's like to shoot with Sigma's $26,000 200-500mm F2.8 APO EX DG lens.

DPReview TV: Choosing the right large tripod - Gitzo, Manfrotto, Leofoto and Sirui tripods compared

In this video, Chris and Jordan compare four large tripods from Gitzo, Sirui, Leofoto and Manfrotto. They also explain what to look for in a good tripod so you can choose the best one for you – even if it's not included in our roundup.

DPReview TV: Panasonic Leica 25-50mm F1.7 review

The new Panasonic Leica DG 25-50mm F1.7 is a perfect companion for one of Jordan's favorite video lenses, the Panasonic 10-25mm F1.7. Find out why he likes it so much, and why Chris thinks it's nifty for photos as well.

Video: A ‘Retro Review’ of Nikon’s first consumer digital camera, the Coolpix 100

Gordon Laing is back with another ‘Retro Review,’ this time digging into the Coolpix 100, Nikon’s first consumer digital camera.

Beginner's guide to buying a camera for video

In this guide we'll be explaining the key technologies and features of today's hybrid stills/video cameras, to help you cut through the jargon and make the right buying decision.

China shares video of its Zhurong Rover landing on Mars, marking country's first time on Martian surface

China's historic Tianwen-1 mission to Mars is the country's first independent interplanetary mission. As part of the mission, the Zhurong Rover landed on Mars earlier this month. China has published new imagery of the momentous event.

DPReview TV: Nikon Z fc hands-on preview

In this hands-on preview, Chris and Jordan compare the new Nikon Z fc to the classic Nikon film SLRs that inspired it.

Video: ‘Sh*t Leica Photographers Say’ is a playful parody on the Leica-owner stereotype

Whether or not you find this video humorous might depend on whether you have a Leica sitting on your shelf or not.

DPReview TV: F1.4 or F2.0? Which are the best Fujifilm primes?

The guys at DPReview TV always go above and beyond to produce their videos. This video comparison of Fujifilm's F1.4 and F2 primes show just how dedicated they are, with Chris powering through the pain after suffering a nasty injury.

Video: Smarter Every Day shows the science behind film development

A visit to a film processing lab shows how film gets developed, scanned and corrected, for the Smarter Every Day YouTube channel. If you don't know how film works this video will show you. Spoiler: it isn't magic!

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