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Leica Unveils the Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16–35mm f/3.5–4.5 Lens


Leica has just announced a new ultra-wide angle lens for its SL full-frame mirrorless camera system, the Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16–35mm f/3.5–4.5 ASPH. “While this ultra-wide angle lens is well-versed at capturing everything in a scene, its range of focal lengths makes it ideal for a diversity of uses, including landscape and ...

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ProGrade Digital Unveils World’s First 1TB CFexpress Card


ProGrade Digital has just unveiled the world’s first 1 terabyte CFexpress 1.0 memory card. It’s the first company to publicly demonstrate CFexpress 1.0 technology at this capacity. The card was debuted and demoed at the NAB Show that just kicked off in Las Vegas, providing “solid proof that the industry ...

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Photographer Turns Bullied Kids Into Avengers Superheroes


Photographer Josh Rossi just spent three months working on a photo project for a good cause. He found 15 kids who have been severely bullied and turned them into The Avengers of Bullying. Rossi says he got the idea after seeing the story of Jackson Bezzant while scrolling through social ...

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Adorama Angers Film Photographers with Article and ‘Stolen’ Photo


The camera superstore Adorama is closed this week in observance of Passover, but it still somehow found itself in the center of controversy among passionate film photographers over a pro-digital article and “stolen” photo. Yesterday, veteran photographer and writer Mason Resnick (Senior Contributing Writer for the Adorama Learning Center) published ...

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This AI Camera Mod Shocks You Into Shooting ‘Good’ Photos


Want to shoot beautiful photos without having to lift a finger or think about it? The Prosthetic Photographer can help you. It’s a camera attachment that uses artificial intelligence and electricity to shock you into shooting good photos. The device was created by German media artist Peter Buczkowski. Here’s how ...

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