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The One Piece of Kit That Has Shaped Me

Source link I’ve had many cameras in my 36 plus years as a photographer. I started with a Pentax K1000 (a brilliant camera) then I moved on to my beautiful Hasselblad and many Canons. The cameras come and go, either from wear and tear or the demands of needing new ...

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Shoot Photos in Near Darkness

Source link Google’s new Pixel 3 and 3XL smartphones are packed with new AI camera features, including one called Night Sight that lets you shoot natural-looking photos without a flash in near darkness. The first reviews are starting to emerge, and the technology is blowing people’s minds. “Night Sight is ...

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Nikon Thinks It Can Become #1 in Full-Frame ‘Quite Soon’

Source link 2018 has been the year the mirrorless camera war exploded, with Canon, Nikon, and even Panasonic unveiling new full-frame mirrorless cameras to compete against the current champ Sony. Canon and Nikon have already taken a chunk out of Sony’s lead, but Nikon has much loftier ambitions: it believes ...

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How to Use the World’s Largest Polaroid Camera

Source link Back in its heyday, Polaroid made seven 20×24-inch instant cameras, and only six of them are known to exist today. Marco Christian Krenn of Analog Things recently paid a visit to the camera found at Supersense in Vienna. In this 10-minute video, Krenn shows how this ultra-rare camera ...

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I Bought the New iPad Pro So You Don’t Have To

Source link I’m no stranger to the iPad. In fact, it once caused me not to get a job at an Apple store shortly after college. I was asked in an interview, “What do you think of the new iPad,” and I answered honestly (mistake number one in a job ...

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This Photographer Built Himself a DIY Hasselblad Xpan

Source link Freelance film photographer Casey Cavanaugh has always wanted a Hasselblad Xpan, but the cameras cost thousands of dollars used and have been out of his reach. So, Cavanaugh decided to build his own. The Xpan was Hasselblad’s first camera to use 35mm film, and it could capture panorama ...

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Mirrorless Cameras and Lens Calibration

Source link Anthony Sinfield from CameraCal here. We have seen a lot of information, some correct and some incorrect about mirrorless cameras and lens calibration. The other day we were incredibly excited to have the opportunity to calibrate one of the new flagship Nikon Z7 mirrorless cameras for a regular ...

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The Usability Issues of the Canon EOS R

Source link After buying the new EOS R, Canon’s first full-frame mirrorless, photographer Michael Andrew of Michael the Maven was disappointed by the camera usability. Here’s an 11-minute video in which Michael points out the things in the EOS R that drove him crazy. “Usability is the number of steps, ...

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Hands On with the Small but Mighty Profoto B10

Source link I got my hands on a pair of the new Profoto B10 for some hands-on shoot testing from Profoto. If you just want to see the photos, scroll to the end of the article. If you want to get a little background on the ideas and the tech, ...

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