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The World’s Best Neutral Density Filters?

Source link In recent years, the number of new ND filter manufacturers has risen quite dramatically and this, of course, is great for competition. This competition has helped push companies to create even better filters that are sharper with better color rendition. Both of these are very important factors when ...

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Google Pixel 2 Camera vs. a $20,000 Hasselblad

Source link How does the image quality of a top-of-the-line smartphone camera stack up against a top-of-the-line professional camera these days? Photographer Tyler Stalman decided to find out by pitting a Google Pixel 2 smartphone against a $20,000 Hasselblad medium format camera in the 8-minute video above. The Google Pixel ...

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Testing the Sony a7R III with the $5,700 Canon 200mm f/2L

Source link Sony’s latest mirrorless cameras are much improved when it comes to shooting with adapted lenses from other manufacturers. To test just how well it works, photographer Manny Ortiz got his hands on a $5,700 Canon 200mm f/2.L IS lens and mounted it to his new Sony a7R III ...

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This Guy Made an 8×10 Large Format Video Camera

Source link Photographer Zev Hoover has created a rather unusual camera: it’s one of the world’s first 8×10 large format video cameras. Hoover believes his creation is the first of its kind ever made. The company LargeSense showed off a 4K sample video shot with a large format digital camera ...

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6 Reasons You Need a 135mm f/2 Lens

Source link Image quality, weight and value for money. We have come to accept that most lenses are strong in only one or two of these three factors, which I personally focus on when researching lenses to buy. Sometimes though, we stumble upon a great lens design which is strong ...

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JOBY’s New GorillaPod Mobile Rig Has New Arms for Accessories

Source link JOBY today announced a new GorillaPod model called the GorillaPod Mobile Rig. It’s a flexible tripod that builds upon the original classic by adding more arms for holding more accessories. While the original GorillaPod has three flexible arms for stabilizing your camera, the GorillaPod Mobile Rig is designed ...

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A Review of the $9,000 Medium Format Hasselblad X1D by Kai Wong

Source link The $9,000 Hasselblad X1D medium format mirrorless camera contains the best performing sensor in the world, at least according to the folks over at DxOMark. Kai Wong just released this informative and lighthearted 8-minute review of this monster camera. After unboxing the beast, Wong took the camera out ...

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Apple Admits It Slows Down Older iPhones: Here’s Why

Source link The iPhone has become the digital camera of choice for hundreds of millions of people around the world these days, but if you’ve used your iPhone for more than a year or two, you may have noticed a slowdown in performance. Apple has just admitted that it intentionally ...

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