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Kodak Ektachrome E100 Film is Now Available in 120 and 4×5 Formats

In an early morning press release, Kodak Alaris has announced that the recently revived Kodak Ektachrome E100 film stock is now available in medium (120) and large (4×5) formats in addition to the 35mm format that launched last year. The news comes after the reportedly “highly successful” launch of 35mm ...

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VSCO Acquires Rylo for Its Innovative Mobile Video Editing Tools

Photo and video editing brand VSCO has acquired action camera maker Rylo. The pairing, which might seem strange at first blush, promises to bring Rylo’s innovative mobile video editing tools to the VSCO platform starting “next year.” According to VSCO co-founder and CEO Joel Flory, VSCO has seen a 2x ...

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It’s Okay to Lose Interest in Photography

Quite often when I’m browsing my Facebook photographic communities I see posts from people who are depressed because they have lost interest in their hobby. They usually say that they can’t work up the enthusiasm to get out there and photograph anything and that they haven’t even picked up their ...

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A Comparison of All High Magnification Camera Lenses

For a long time, there weren’t many options for high magnification macro photography without resorting to solutions like lens coupling and reversals. The only lens on most photographer’s radar was the Canon MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1x-5x Macro. There were also other options, however, so let’s take a look at how ...

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A Fully Loaded Apple Mac Pro Will Cost You $52,600

The Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR officially went on sale today, allowing us to answer the question that has been on everybody’s mind ever since Apple’s desktop powerhouse was announced: how much will it cost to buy a fully spec this monster out? The answer: a cool $52,600. When ...

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You Can Still Buy a Brand New Nikon F6

The Nikon F6 was first introduced by the Japanese camera maker in 2004. It was the sixth camera in the Nikon F dynasty, which began 60 years ago in 1959 and totally redefined 35mm photography. Today, the F6 remains the most technically refined, advanced and modern film camera — not ...

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Nikon Shuttering Its Authorized Repair Program

Nikon is shutting down its authorized repair program at the end of March, 2020. According to an email sent to authorized repair shops, and confirmed by Nikon USA, Nikon users in the United States will soon have to rely exclusively on Nikon itself for any repairs that require special parts, ...

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