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Nikon D850 Announced: First 45.7MP BSI Sensor, 4K Video, $3,300


Nikon has just officially announced the new Nikon D850, a powerful new full-frame DSLR that takes Nikon’s high-end camera lineup to lofty new heights. Inside the camera is the first back-side illuminated (BSI) full-frame CMOS sensor in a Nikon DSLR, supported by Nikon’s EXPEED 5 image processing engine. It offers ...

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OIympus OM-D E-M10 III Photos and Specs Leaked


Olympus announced its OM-D E-M10 II entry-level mirrorless camera back in August 2015, so it’s time for a refresh, and that refresh is nearly upon us. The upcoming Olympus E-M10 III has just been outed with leaked photos and specs. 43 Rumors published the images and info, which reveal that ...

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This Potter Creates Working Cameras Out of Clay


Steve Irvine is a Canadian potter who has had a lifelong interest in photography. Some years ago, Irvine decided to combine his two passions by creating ceramic cameras. Each beautiful and unique creation is fully functional as a pinhole camera. The cameras “have no lens, light meter, viewfinder, or automatic ...

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Zenit to Launch a Full Frame Mirrorless Camera in 2018


Guess who’s getting ready to jump into the mirrorless camera race? The Russian camera maker Zenit. After years of dormancy, the brand is coming back to life and will reportedly be launching a new full-frame mirrorless digital camera in 2018. In early 2016, it was reported that Zenit would be ...

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This is How Shooting the Sun Can Melt Your Camera


Planning to photograph the upcoming solar eclipse? You’d better make sure you have the right solar filter to protect your camera. Here’s a 2-minute video that shows how shooting the sun without protection can completely melt your DSLR’s guts. The folks over at Every Photo Store in Dubuque, Iowa, decided ...

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Sony Cameras and Lenses Dominate the 2017 EISA Awards


The EISA Awards 2017-2018 has announced the winners of the year’s best technology and products throughout the electronics industry, and Sony has dominated the Photography category in the latest awards. The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) is the world’s largest independent collaboration of experts in multimedia technologies and prides ...

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How to Use Auto AF Fine Tune on Your Nikon DSLR the Right Way


Here’s a 12-minute video in which photographer Steve Perry shows how to use the relatively new “Auto AF Fine Tune” feature from Nikon. If your camera is back or forward focusing, then it’s likely you need to fine tune the autofocus. Often this would involve buying a commercial kit, or doing a ...

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