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The iPhone 7’s Camera Parts Cost $26, or 9.5% of the Phone


Kodak today announced a new smartphone called the Ektra that’s designed for photographers. The phone features imaging and editing capabilities that will help photography lovers to capture the photos they envision. My name is Philippe Echaroux, and I’m a French celebrity photographer and an ambassador for Hasselblad and Elinchrom. I ...

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Nikon Unveils Ultra-Wide 19mm f/4 Tilt-Shift and New 70-200mm f/2.8


The Nikon faithful have two new lenses to drool over this morning: an all-new ultra-wide PC 19mm f/4E Tilt-Shift that features some fancy engineering, and a redesigned 70-200mm f/2.8E with better stabilization, a new optical design, and an electromagnetic diaphragm. PC Nikkor 19mm f/4E ED Tilt-Shift Lens The PC 19mm ...

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How to Use New Fuji Instax Film in Old Kodak Instant Cameras


Back in November of 2015, filmmaker Daniel Riley created what he dubbed “the world’s brightest flashlight”: a 1000W LED panel that pumped out an insane 90000 lumens of light. This week, he took his invention to the skies. You may not know this, but you can’t buy the GoPro Hero5 ...

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Review: Sigma’s 85mm f/1.4 ART Lens Exceeds Expectations


The lens that Sigma Art lovers have been waiting for is finally here (almost). The new Sigma 85mm f/1.4 Art is a welcome addition to Sigma’s Art lineup, and I’m sure people all over are saying “it’s about time!” Pros and Cons Pros Great build quality, and elegant design. Smooth ...

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Backpack Filled with Soviet Prototype Cameras Stolen in Berlin


Upscaling a photograph always means trading resolution for size. And while Photoshop’s “preserve details” scaling does a pretty good job, there’s a freeware program called “A Sharper Scaling” that can do it even better. Wedding photographer Leslie Hollingsworth captured this comical photo of the wedding party’s reaction as a car ...

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