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This is What the Moon Looks Like with a Ginormous Camera Lens

Using lens compression to capture a giant moon is nothing new, but photographer Daniel López has taken things to a whole level. He set up an ultra-telephoto lens about 10 miles (16km) away from a volcano and captured this mind-blowing 2-minute video that shows a moonset in real-time. The focal ...

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Here’s How Instagram Actually Ranks Your Photos

Instagram experience major user backlash after it abandoned its reverse chronological feed back in 2016, and many users these days are still wishing for its return. If you’re one of them, here’s an interesting factoid that may change your mind: the chronological feed was making users miss 50% of their ...

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Kodak Teases First Test Photos Shot on New Ektachrome Film

Kodak has shared a new sneak peek of its upcoming Ektachrome slide film relaunch, posting several test photos captured on the film using “pilot-scale equipment.” The photos can be seen in this short video posted by Kodak Alaris (@kodakprofessional) on Instagram and in a new post on Facebook: A post ...

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Leica Announces the SF C1 Remote and SF 60 Flash

After providing a sneak peek back at 2018 WPPI in Las Vegas in February, Leica today officially announced its new SF C1 wireless remote and SF 60 flash unit for on and off camera flash photography. The two new products are designed for the Leica S, SL, and M camera ...

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These Modded Cameras Have Sensors Extracted for Extreme Cooling

Ordinary cameras can be modified for astrophotography by introducing additional cooling for the sensor. CentralDS has one extreme way of keeping sensors chilly: it extracts sensors from cameras and moves them into their own external cooling module. “We took out the image sensor and moved it towards the lens and ...

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