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Casio to Shutter Its Compact Camera Business: Report


Casio point-and-shoot cameras have long been popular among consumers looking for an affordable way to capture memories, but it seems that the rise of smartphones has taken a toll on the brand. The company is now reportedly shutting down the business. Nikkei reports that Casio is citing the decline of ...

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This $200,000 Lamborghini is the World’s Fastest Camera Car


Behold the world’s fastest camera car. This modified $200,000 Lamborghini Huracán supercar features a gyro-stabilized camera rig on its frunk, allowing to keep up with the world’s fastest cars for photo and video shoots. The one-of-a-kind camera car is the creation of the team at Incline Dynamic Outlet, which leases ...

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This is Why You Shouldn’t Leave Your Camera Under a Car


Here’s a pro tip: if you’re looking for somewhere to place your camera for a while when outdoors, don’t leave it under the tires of a vehicle. This 12-second video shows the pain that can result if you do. This tough lesson was just learned by Reddit user Overlord_L, who ...

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Abbas, Magnum Photographer, Dies at 74


Abbas, the Iranian photojournalist and Magnum photographer, died in Paris today at the age of 74. His passing was announced by Magnum, which published an obituary and a set of the late photographer’s photos. It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Magnum photographer Abbas, who passed ...

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Cinematic Street Photos of Japan by Day and by Night


I fell in love with Japan. Deeply. The culture, the clean streets, the friendly and respectful people and the full spectrum of experience that it offers. From high rise cities to quaint, beautiful gardens and temples. All within walking distance of each other. I took as many ‘tourist shots’ as ...

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Instagram Now Lets You Download All Your Photos and Data


Instagram has publicly launched its new “Data Download” tool that lets users download a copy of all the photos and data they’ve uploaded to the service. The move comes at a time in which calls for “data portability” are increasing around the world. TechCrunch first reported the feature’s development earlier ...

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