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Daily Archives: July 16, 2018

Kodak Bitcoin Mining ‘Scam’ Killed by SEC


Back in January, the tech world balked when a Kodak-branded Bitcoin miner called the Kodak KashMiner was unveiled at the CES trade show in Las Vegas. It seems that photography and cryptocurrency enthusiasts weren’t the only ones that balked: the US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) actually blocked the KashMiner ...

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That Weird Symbol on Your Camera is the Film Plane Indicator


If you use an interchangeable-lens camera, your camera probably has a weird symbol that looks like a circle with a line through it. If you’ve never learned what this symbol is, here’s a 2-minute video by ZY Productions that explains the film/sensor plane indicator. The film plane indicator symbol on ...

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FIFA to Broadcasters: Stop Zooming In on ‘Hot Women’


The 2018 World Cup came to an end yesterday, but FIFA has a warning for broadcasters and their camera operators moving forward: stop zooming in on “hot women” in the stands during soccer matches. BBC Sport reports that the warning was issued by Federico Addiechi, the diversity boss of soccer’s ...

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Nikon Working on Finger Sensors That Can Read Your Emotions


Canon is known to be working on fingerprint sensors for cameras and lenses, but Nikon is apparently going a step further: it’s developing biometric sensors for cameras and lenses that can detect biological information as well as your mood when shooting a photo. The patent (JP2017-143581), first discovered and and ...

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Fujifilm Launches Provia 100F-Flavored Instant Noodles


Fujifilm has launched its latest Film Simulation product: this time, they’re instant noodles. And no, it’s not a photo filter look that’s named “instant noodles” — Fujifilm literally released some real instant noodles. The instant noodles are being released by Fujifilm Korea as part of a promotional giveaway. The outside ...

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