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Samyang Unveils the AF 45mm f/1.8 for Sony FE

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Samyang has just announced the new AF 45mm f/1.8 FE, an autofocus lens for full-frame Sony FE-mount mirrorless cameras. One of the notable aspects of the lens is its portability: the “tiny but premium” lens measures just 2.2 inches (5.61cm) and weighs just 5.7 ounces (162g) without its hood and ...

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Samsung Unveils the World’s First 64-Megapixel Smartphone Sensor

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Samsung just announced the world’s first 64-megapixel smartphone camera sensor, less than a year after Sony made waves with its groundbreaking 48-megapixel smartphone sensor. The new Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor features an ultra-small pixel size of 0.8 micrometers (μm), the same size found on Sony’s IMX586 sensor and currently ...

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Nikon Updates D850, D5600, D7500 Firmware, Adds Direct Wi-Fi

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Nikon just announced firmware version 1.10 for the D850, D5600, and D7500 DSLRs. One of the primary improvements is something some photographers have been asking for for years: direct Wi-Fi connections to the cameras from smartphones and tablets. Time-lapse photographer Gunther Wegner penned an open letter to Nikon back in ...

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Godox Flash Firmware Updates Bring Support for Canon’s Crippled Cameras

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Canon upset photographers recently after it was discovered that its latest entry-level DSLR cameras lack the standard center hotshoe pin common on cameras, making them incompatible with many affordable 3rd-party flashes. But there’s good news: Godox has responded by releasing firmware updates that fix this issue. Photographer Michael Andrew (AKA ...

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A Landscape Photographer’s Review of the Samsung S10+

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This article is not meant to be an in-depth review of the Samsung S10+. The review will chiefly discuss the cell phone’s camera capabilities from a landscape photographer’s standpoint. The first thing I noticed when I began using the Samsung S10+ was how well calibrated the screen is in terms ...

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