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Nikon’s New D3500 is its Lightest and ‘Friendliest’ DSLR Ever


Nikon has announced the new D3500, the lightest and “friendliest” DSLR ever made by the company. The entry-level camera replaces the D3400 and is nearly identical internally. Outwardly, however, the D3500 is noticeably more portable. Like the D3400, the D3500 features a 24.2-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor, an EXPEED image processor, ...

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Apple is Offering Free Photo-Editing Lessons Over the Phone


Want a free photo editing lesson? Apple wants to give you one. The company is offering 30-minute one-on-one training sessions over the phone on how to edit photos using Apple’s Photos software. Through the “guided phone session” with a Photos expert, “you’ll learn how to make all your photos phenomenal ...

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ETK OPTIKS: Artisan Camera Bags with Traditional Handmade Textiles


Ethnotek has launched its new ETK OPTIKS collection, a series of “socially responsible” camera bags made by artisans using traditional textiles from five countries around the world. The company partners with artisan villages in Ghana, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, and Vietnam, and sales of the camera bags help sustain employment for ...

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Sony Tough SD Cards are the Toughest and Fastest Ever Made


Sony has announced its new Tough line of SD memory cards, which it claims are the toughest and fastest SD cards ever made. The new UHS-II SD cards carry Sony’s new SF-G series TOUGH specification and are designed for photographers who want to ensure that digital photos remain safe on ...

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Canon Full-Frame Mirrorless Unveil is Likely September 5th


Can’t wait for Canon to finally jump into the world of full-frame mirrorless cameras? Your wait may soon be coming to an end: the latest murmuring is that Canon may be unveiling its first of two full-frame mirrorless cameras in about a week, on September 5th, 2018. Canon Rumors writes ...

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Burglars Are Focusing In On Camera Stores Across the U.S.


It seems that burglars are increasingly targeting camera stores across the United States, going as far as to cut holes in buildings (or ramming holes with cars) in order to steal thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of equipment in a matter of minutes. The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports ...

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Samyang Unveils an 85mm f/1.8 Prime for Mirrorless Cameras


Samyang has just announced its new 85mm f/1.8 compact prime lens for mirrorless cameras with sensors smaller than 35mm full frame. Also to be sold as the Rokinon 85mm f/1.8, the new lens features 9 elements in 7 groups, an ultra multi-coating (UMC) to reduce chromatic aberrations, manual focus control, ...

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