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Video: How to build a custom Raspberry Pi 'Becca Cam' with zero coding experience

The Verge Video Director, Becca Farsace, shows how she built a custom Raspberry Pi camera with effectively zero coding knowledge over the course of just three days.

DPReview TV: Tamron 28-200mm F2.8-5.6 review

The Tamron 28-200mm F2.8-5.6 Di III RXD provides a wide zoom range in compact, weather-sealed design. Find out why it's Chris and Jordan's new favorite travel lens.

DPReview TV: A call for slow, professional full frame lenses

Professional full frame lenses are usually large and have fast apertures. In this episode of DPReview TV, Chris and Jordan argue that there's a need for slow professional lenses – inspired by some of their favorite Micro Four Thirds lenses.

Japan Camera Hunter now has a YouTube channel full of film camera geekery

Although the channel is still growing, it currently has nine videos that offer concise overviews of just a few of the cameras Japan Camera Hunter founder Bellamy Hunt has sitting around his Japanese storefront.

Google Street View is unavailable in Mauritius, so one resident created his own using a DJI drone

Mauritius is a remote island off the southeastern coast of the African continent that's never had Google Street View. So, an island resident, Reuben Pillay, decided to use his own DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone to create more than 220 high-resolution 360-degree images of the island.

Video: Explaining why you SHOULD overexpose the highlights in certain photos

Pye Jirsa explains how blowing out the highlights in an image — usually a no-no in the world of photography — can result in a 'perfectly imperfect' photo that feels more authentic and natural.

Sigma fp gets 4K raw output to Atomos and Blackmagic recorders in firmware 2.0

Sigma's fp full-frame mirrorless camera is now able to output a 4K raw stream that can be captured as ProRes Raw by an Atomos Ninja V or Blackmagic Raw on the Blackmagic Video Assist 12G, as part of a major update.

DPReview TV: Panasonic Lumix G100 first impressions

Chris and Jordan got their hands on a pre-production Panasonic G100 and have been able to do some preliminary testing on features like the camera's new OZO directional audio system.

Video: A look at every new feature in Adobe's June Lightroom, Photoshop updates

Colin Smith from YouTube Channel PhotoshopCAFE has shared two videos that walk through nearly every new feature in Adobe's June update for Lightroom, Photoshop and Camera Raw.

Video: How scratch-proof is a Sony a6000 image sensor?

Dust, dirt, oil and a knife are all used by photographer and YouTuber Arthur R to torture-test a scrap sensor from an a6000.

DPReview TV: Canon RF 85mm F1.2L review

Chris and Jordan look at the technically excellent Canon RF 85mm F1.2L in comparison with the original EF 85mm F1.2 – a great lens in its own right – to see just how far the updated version has come.

Video: Taking virtual portraits of Major League Baseball players under quarantine

Boston Red Sox photographer Billie Weiss shares how he captured portraits of Major League Baseball's Red Sox players via FaceTime.

DPReview TV: How much do scratches, dust and fingerprints affect lens image quality?

We all know that damage to your lens is bad, but just how bad is bad? Chris and Jordan investigate the image quality impact of dust, water, fingerprints and cringe-inducing scratches on your lens.

DPReview TV: Do you still need camera filters for digital photography?

Are camera filters obsolete? Can't we just Photoshop images? Not so fast! We take a look at four filters you still need in your camera bag.

Video: Photographer Martin Henson shows the versatility of pinhole cameras from his backyard

Photographer Martin Henson takes to his backyard to showcase his pinhole camera workflow and demonstrate some of the interesting ways photographers can use a pinhole camera.

DPReview TV: Panasonic 20-60mm F3.5-5.6 first impressions

The new Panasonic S 20-60mm F3.5-5.6 is smaller and lighter than a constant aperture zoom and could be a great option for wide angle shooters using L-mount cameras. Chris and Jordan got their hands on a pre-production unit and tell us what they think.

Video: Netflix makes its Platon documentary episode free on Youtube

The 45-minute episode is one of 14 episodes in its Abstract: The Art of Design docuseries and follows Platon as he photographs former National Security Advisor and retired four-star general Colin Powell.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-T4 review

Is the Fujifilm X-T4 the king of APS-C cameras? Chris and Jordan answer that question and explain why the X-T3 may still be a good option for some.

Video: Mathieu Stern uses beet juice to create an 'anthotype' prints

If you are looking for a fun photography project to try, Mathieu Stern has a neat idea for you. Using the 'anthotype' process, Stern used only beetroot juice, paper, a photo positive and a bit of time in the sun to create a phytotype photograph.

DPReview TV: What's in Jordan's camera bag?

DPReview TV host Jordan Drake schleps around a lot of camera equipment. In this video he shows us what gear he carries in his ThinkTank Urban Disguise 50 V2 camera bag to make the magic happen.

Adobe's new video series offers helpful Lightroom CC, Mobile tips in 60 seconds

Adobe has released a new video series titled In a Lightroom Minute that breaks down tips and tricks for Lightroom CC and Lightroom Mobile in 60 seconds (give or take a few).

DPReview TV: Sony ZV-1 review

The Sony ZV-1 is a modified version of Sony's RX100 series aimed at vloggers and video enthusiasts. Does Sony have a winner? Chris and Jordan vlog their way through an episode to find out.

Photographers Unite educational conference hosts 60 top photographers from around the world

The live event is over, but the full replay is available until June 6 and they're still accepting donations — 100% of which go to Global Giving's Coronavirus Global Relief Fund and other regional charities.

DPReview TV: A quick hands-on look at the Sony ZV-1 vlogging camera

Sony just announced the ZV-1, a modified version of the RX100 series aimed specifically at vloggers. We take a look at six important features you may have missed from the announcement.

Sony ZV-1 'content creator camera' focuses on making vlogging easy

Sony has announced the ZV-1, which it calls a 'content creator' camera. It's essentially the hardware of an RX100 VA redesigned to make vlogging and facing-the-camera shooting easier.

Video: Six DIY smartphone camera rigs made from household objects

Unconventional and unsightly? Very much so. Effective? Most certainly. These six DIY smartphone rigs won't win any design awards, but they get the job done.

DPReview TV: Panasonic G9 vs. Olympus E-M1 Mark III – who's the king of Micro Four Thirds?

Title fight! In one corner we have the new Olympus E-M1 Mark III. In the other is the Panasonic G9 – two years old, but sporting an impressive mid-life firmware update. Find out who wins the battle for Micro Four Thirds supremacy!

DPReview TV: What critical items does Chris stash in his camera bag?

We all have our favorite essential gear that lives in our camera bags. Find out what DPReview TV host Chris Niccolls keeps in his when he and Jordan are out on a shoot.

DPReview TV: Behind the scenes – telling a better story through cinematography

This week, Jordan takes us behind the scenes of his short feature film, A Walk Down to Water. He and director Levi Holwell discuss the gear they chose for the production, as well as the importance of camera movement in storytelling.

DPReview TV: How to clean your camera lens (hint: not like this)

There's a right way and a wrong way to clean your camera lens. Naturally, we're going to show you the wrong way.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm GF 45-100mm F4 OIS review

The Fujifilm GF 45-100mm F4 OIS promises to be a professional standard zoom for Fujifilm's medium format system. Does it deliver the goods? Our review tells you what you need to know.

DPReview TV: Laowa 12mm T2.9 Zero-D Cine review – Do you need an ultra-wide for video?

Ultra-wide lenses pose special challenges when shooting video, but can create dramatic effects. We review the Laowa 12mm T2.9 Zero-D Cine lens, which shares the same optical formula as the company's 12mm F2.8 lens for full frame cameras.

AVID Media Composer 2020.4 update moves to 64-bit, delivering support for latest macOS and Mac Pro

AVID's popular Media Composer video editing software has been transitioned over to a 64-bit program, ensuring the video editing application will now work with the latest macOS devices.

DPReview TV: Sony a7 III vs. Canon EOS R vs. Nikon Z6 2020 rematch!

Have significant firmware updates changed Chris and Jordan's recommendations? Take a look at their updated entry-level full-frame mirrorless comparison.

DPReview TV: Take better indoor portraits with natural light

Want to shoot some portraits with great lighting while stuck at home? We show you how – and you probably won't need any new gear to do it!

Watch 'My Friends Were Mountaineers', a film about photographer Dee Molenaar

Dee Molenaar, a photographer, artist and icon in the Pacific Northwest mountaineering community passed away recently at the age of 101. Filmmaker and DPReview collaborator Eric Becker spent some time with Dee and his children before he died, and created a short film about Dee’s inspirational life. Watch it exclusively here.

DPReview TV: Tamron 70-180mm F2.8 Di III VXD review

Impressively compact and no slouch in terms of sharpness: Tamron's 70-180mm F2.8 for Sony E-mount shapes up to be a solid option for a7-series photographers.

DPReview TV: Create beautiful abstract photos with polarized crystals (DIY project)

Tiny crystals on a glass slide may look unimpressive to the naked eye, but with a macro lens and some polarizing filters they become magical. We show you how to make your own.

Florian Ledoux's 'I Am Vital' is a short film fit for Earth Day

'I Am Vital' is a short film from Florian Ledoux reminding the world about the importance of water and our disappearing glaciers in the age of climate change.

DPReview TV: Canon EOS R5 video specs first impressions

In this video we share our first impressions of the Canon EOS R5's impressive video specifications, as well as some other features that might get lost in the headlines.

Canon EOS R5 video specs include 8K/30, 4K/120 with Raw, 10-bit H.265 and full AF

Canon has revealed the video specs of its forthcoming EOS R5, including internal Raw capture of its 8K/30p footage. There's also full-width 4K at up to 120p with 10-bit 4:2:2 recording and full AF in all modes.

DPReview TV: Nikon P950 hands-on review

Nikon's Coolpix P950 features an incredible 24-2000mm equiv. zoom lens. But other than taking closeup photos of the moon, what's this camera that looks like a small bazooka good for? Quite a lot, it turns out.

DPReview TV: The gear that changed Jordan's life

DPReview TV host Jordan Drake tells us about the one piece of photography gear that changed his life. Find out why it may be the reason he's on the DPReview team today.

Video: How a video production company turned an ambulance into the ultimate grip truck

The two-minute video shares a behind-the-scenes look at how commercial film production company Threefold made an old ambulance the ultimate all-in-one film truck.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm Acros 100 II film review (and samples)

We shot Fujifilm's new Acros II black and white film in both 35mm and 120 medium format, developing it ourselves. We also compared it to Fujifilm's Acros film simulation. The verdict? We like this film!

DPReview TV: Fun with bokeh

Photographers throw the word 'bokeh' around a lot, but what exactly is it? Our resident mad scientist, Don Komarechka, takes us on a ride through a bokeh-rific world of creative possibilities.

DPReview TV: The gear that changed my life

We all have some piece of photo gear that changed the way we work. In this video, DPReview TV host Chris Niccolls tells us what product rocked his world. The answer may surprise you.

Wet plate photographer shoots portrait of subject 4000 miles away via Zoom

Marrying technologies invented over 150 years apart, U.S. photographer Shane Balkowitsch used the wet collodion process to photograph a sitter in London as she posed in front of her phone camera

Video: How to capture abstract macro photographs using little more than paper and lights

The 15-minute tutorial shows how with a few sheets of printer paper and a light source or two, you can create abstract macro photographs.

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