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How To Get Medium Format Colors With Full Frame

Source link Over the last few months, I have been in contact with Phase One to test their latest medium format camera, the IQ3 100MP Trichromatic. The standard 100MP backs from both Hasselblad and Phase One, already have incredible colors, due to being able to produce 16-bit raw files. Phase ...

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Fujifilm Lenses Have Quality Control Issues: Reports

Source link Fujifilm may have a quality control issue on their hands. Two reports have emerged this month of new Fujifilm lenses arriving with sizable dust specks, cracks, and excessive variations between copies. Photography Life reported on January 3rd that they discovered “multiple samples of a number of lenses” having ...

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A New Compact Budget Film Scanner

Source link Kodak has announced a new budget film scanner called the Scanza. Designed for consumers, the scanner can digitize a number of different film formats, from 35mm still photos to 8mm motion picture film. The Kodak Scanza comes with three different adapter trays for working with different film sizes ...

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Google Unveils Two Point-and-Shoot VR Cameras by Lenovo and Yi

Source link Google has just unveiled two new VR point-and-shoot cameras that are capable of harnessing YouTube’s VR180 format. The two cameras, the Lenovo Mirage and the Yi Horizon VR180, were announced at CES 2018. The VR180 format is not a complete 360-degree viewpoint but instead allows for an extremely large field ...

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$12,400 for Nikon’s First Built-In Teleconverter

Source link Nikon has announced the new Nikkor 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR lens, the successor to the Nikon 200-400mm f/4. It’s Nikon’s first-ever lens that features a built-in teleconverter. The Nikon 180-400mm f/4 is aimed at sports and wildlife photographers who need maximum versatility out of their glass. ...

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The Most Sensitive Camera in Lumix History

Source link Panasonic has unveiled the new GH5S, a hybrid single lens mirrorless camera with improved photo quality and stronger video capabilities. The camera is designed for both still photos and video recording, but Panasonic says that it was designed with professional filmmakers in mind. “The LUMIX GH5S achieves highest-ever ...

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