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How an Anti-Aliasing Filter Impacts a Camera’s Photos

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Some cameras on the market these days leave out the traditional optical low pass filter (OLPF), also known as the anti-aliasing filter, to increase sharpness at the expense of increase moiré patterns. If you’re not sure what exactly this trade-off is, check out this 10-minute comparison video by New Zealand-based ...

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3 Weeks with the New Fujifilm X100V

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Over three years ago, I tested out the Fuji X100F and was introduced to the pleasantries of carrying around a capable point and shoot. Today’s agenda is the fifth installment of Fujifilm’s X100 line of cameras: the Fuji X100V. Once again I was asked to try out this beautiful little ...

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Tamron Confirms: 3 More Lenses are Coming in 2020

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It seems Tamron is going to have a busy 2020. As part of its 2019 full-year financial report, the company has revealed that it has five total lenses planned for this year, three of which haven’t been announced yet. The revelation is included in a lens roadmap graphic, which lists ...

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This Mount Lets You Use 52mm Lens Filters on Your iPhone

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The New York-based smartphone camera accessory company Moondog Labs has announced its new Multi-Camera Filter Mount, an accessory that lets you use 52mm lens filters on your iPhone. The 0.23oz (6.4g) mount is designed for bayonet-mount mobile cases (e.g. those by RhinoShield, Moment, and Sirui) — simply align the alignment ...

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