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Fujifilm X-T2/X-Pro2 Firmware Update to Bring 33 Improvements


Fujifilm has a history of releasing firmware updates so significant that you feel like you’re downloading a brand new camera. The company has just announced this type of upcoming update to the X-T2 and X-Pro2: the new firmware will bring a whopping 33 functional and operational improvements. The updating will ...

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Sony Keeps Its Best Sensors for Its Own Cameras


Sony is one of the heavyweights in the camera sensor business and a company that produces sensors for rival camera companies, including Nikon. But when it comes to Sony’s best sensor designs, the company apparently keeps those precious sensors exclusively in-house for its own cameras. Imaging Resource recently published (and ...

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What a Failed DSLR Shutter Looks Like After 100,000+ Photos


The folks at National Geographic just did a solid favor for all the adventurous outdoor photographers out there. They put every US Geological Survey (USGS) topographical map from across the United States on one easy-to-navigate site and made them easy to print out at home. There’s a new viral photo ...

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How Sony Mirrorless Cameras Are Made


There’s a new viral photo going around that shows what happened when a generous gesture turned into a heartwarming photo fail. Quick history lesson. The original Lamborhini motor vehicle wasn’t the supercar you know today. They were tractors. Yes, tractors. Full-fledged farm-going vehicular tools. When we talk about the Shutter ...

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Review: The Fujifilm GFX 50S is the Lamborghini of Medium Format


Quick history lesson. The original Lamborhini motor vehicle wasn’t the supercar you know today. They were tractors. Yes, tractors. Full-fledged farm-going vehicular tools. Ferruccio Lamborghini always loved cars and owned Ferraris, but he hated the quality of them. Frustrated, he approached Enzo Ferrari and gave him a piece of his ...

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Drones Are Saving One Life Per Week, DJI Study Finds


DJI Technology Inc, the largest civilian drone maker, is claiming in a new study that “59 lives have been saved by civilian drones in 18 different incidents, with one life a week being saved by drones on average.” The study was published on March 14, 2017, and is based on ...

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Sigma 135mm f/1.8 ART Available for Pre-Order, Ships in May for $1,400


On Wednesday night, a developing story kept popping up on my feed featuring Katrina Ortiz (a photo client) and Desiree Genera (a photographer). Initially, Katrina posted positive feedback regarding her hired photographer after receiving an edited image in digital format. “Goodbye Apple, hello Windows.” It’s a phrase many a photographer ...

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The Challenge of Shooting with High-Speed Cameras


In the 16-minute video above, Gavin Free of the The Slow Mo Guys answers a question he often receives: “Is using a high-speed camera similar to using a normal camera?” The answer is “Yes and No”, and we end up looking into the biggest challenges in using high-speed cameras. In ...

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Shoot Creative Double Exposures by Cutting Out Half a Lens Cap


One of the best known photography locations in the world has disappeared. Malta’s famed Azure Window limestone arch on the island of Gozo collapsed into the sea yesterday, leaving a conspicuously, tragically empty space in its wake. The inevitable just happened: nature has taken away what it created a long ...

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