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Digital Photography Review 05/28/2020 09:23
Last year, Samyang 1 released the AF 85mm F1.4 FE prime lens for Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras. Now, the lens has been updated with a Canon RF mount to work with Canon’s line of full-frame mirrorless cameras, too. Aside from the new mount, the lens remains unchanged from its Sony FE predecessor. The lens is constructed of 11 elements in 8 groups, including one Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) element and four High Refractive Index (HRI) elements to help minimize chromatic aberration. The optical elements also use Samyang’s Ultra Multi Coating (UMC) to keep flares and ghosting under control. Autofocus is driven by Samyang’s Dual Linear Sonic Motor (DLSM) and the sole button on the lens is the AF/MF button for switching between auto and manual
Digital Photography Review 05/28/2020 08:00
Want to use the DJI Mavic Air 2's new 8K hyperlapse feature? This how it will look on most computers right now unless you download a specific video player. Earlier this month, we reviewed DJI's latest consumer-grade drone: the. The compact machine boasts an array of features normally reserved for higher-end, professional-grade drones. Notably, DJI touted the fact that the Mavic Air 2 now offers users the ability to capture 8K hyperlapse video. When conducting our initial review, we were only able to test out 1080p hyperlapse, which is also available on the Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom models. The day the Mavic Air 2 was officially made available to the public, DJI released a firmware update that included the ability to capture 8K footage. When tryi.
Digital Photography Review 05/27/2020 18:10
Just after Ricoh revealed more details of its long-teased portrait prime, the HD Pentax-D FA* 85mm F1.4 ED SDM AW has officially been released. The new lens offers numerous special elements, a new AF motor and the build quality we've come to expect from high-end Pentax lenses. The 85mm F1.4 contains a total of 12 elements, including 'Super ED' and aspherical glass. An HD coating is used to reduce flare and ghosting. The lens has a new ring-type SDM lens motor to drive the focusing elements, which delivers 1.3x more torque than the motor on the 50mm F1.4, according to Ricoh. The lens has a nine-blade aperture that is electronically controlled. Minimum focus distance is 0.85m (2.8ft) and the maximum magnification is 0.12x. It's sealed against.
Digital Photography Review 05/27/2020 15:00
Stock photography company Shutterstock is taking heat after announcing that it’s putting a new earnings structure in place starting June 1, 2020. Under the new structure, photographers and videographers will get compensated via a percentage of the sales price based on the ‘level’ their photo and/or video are rated, with the level being determined by the number of times their content is licensed.
Digital Photography Review 05/27/2020 09:00
Panasonic has announced its new Lumix S 20-60mm F3.5-5.6 lens for L-mount bodies. Its 20-60mm focal length is shorter but significantly wider than most variable aperture standard zooms, which are typically around the 28-80mm range. Of the 11 elements on this unstabilized lens, two are aspherical, three are extra-low dispersion and one is ultra-high refractive index. The lens has a minimum focus distance of 15cm (just under 6") with a maximum magnification of 0.43x. Panasonic says the lens has been designed to suppress focus breathing (the change of effective focal length at different focus distances) for video shooters, who are likely to appreciate its wide-angle capabilities. The lens weighs in at just 350 grams (12 ounces) and is dust and.
Digital Photography Review 05/26/2020 20:46
Interview: Dirk Dallas of From Where I Drone shares what it takes to create excellent photographs. Anyone can curate photos, but not many have built a successful brand out of it. Dirk Dallas has dedicated thousands of hours to From Where I Drone (FWID), and that aggregates aerial images from all over the world. FWID has made such a profound impact, with its 266,000 active followers and counting, that Dallas was approached by an established publisher to create a book. He is also a professor, photographer and ambassador for top brands including , an instructor for and a judge for competitions including the . Dallas credits DPReview for guidance at the start of his journey, saying:. 'DPReview was of the sites I remember always checking when I wa.
Digital Photography Review 05/26/2020 10:00
Sony has announced the ZV-1, which it calls a content creator camera. It's built around a 1"-type 20MP stacked CMOS sensor and the 24-70mm equiv. F1.8-2.8 lens from the RX100 III, IV and VA, but it uses a fully articulating touchscreen and reworked ergonomics to allow for selfie-style operation. In essence, the ZV-1 gives you the hardware of an RX100 VA redesigned to make vlogging and facing-the-camera shooting easier. The ZV-1 includes a number of features and modes intended to make vlogging easier. These build on Sony's very dependable Eye AF capabilities, to give confidence that your footage will be in focus while you concentrate on talking to your audience. There's also a directional three-capsule mic setup built into the top of the cam.
Digital Photography Review 05/25/2020 09:00
The gear that got away. We've all been there. You needed some cash, or you went overboard trying to downsize your gear stash. Selling that camera or lens seemed reasonable at the time, but in the razor-sharp clarity of hindsight, you know now it was a terrible mistake. Since misery loves company, we thought we'd share our own stories of the gear we let go and shouldn't have and offer a space for you, reader, to share your tale of woe. Think of it as a kind of group therapy session. So take a deep breath, count to five as you exhale, and read on. Leave a comment with your own story of the gear you let go of – we'll be publishing a few of them in a follow-up article soon. Richard Butler, Technical Editor. Photo by Richard Butler with DX Nikkor
Digital Photography Review 05/24/2020 09:00
When most people think of Casio, they think of watches (calculator and G-Shock, most likely) and keyboards of the musical type. What people probably don't remember is that Casio was a huge innovator in digital photography, creating features that would become standard on cameras introduced years later. Casio stopped selling cameras in the US several years ago, and it globally in 2018. In this article we'll take a look back at the innovations that Casio came up with, going all the way back to the mid 1990s. The story begins in 1994, when Casio introduced the 0.25 Megapixel , the first consumer digital camera with an LCD and live view (the QV-10A, a variation, is pictured above). It also had a rotating lens that would not only reappear on seve.
Digital Photography Review 05/22/2020 11:41
Videographers waiting to be able to record from the Lumix S1H to their Atomos Ninja V will have to wait a bit longer as statements from both camera and recorder manufacturers have confirmed that while the expected firmware release will go ahead on Monday, May 25, Raw video won't be included. Atomos says a technical issue is the cause and that the delay will be 'slight,' while Panasonic concentrates on the other new features firmware v2.0 will bring to users.
Digital Photography Review 05/22/2020 10:30
OnePlus has announced it’s working on an update for its OnePlus 8 Pro smartphone that will disable the 5MP near-infrared camera that was able to see through certain materials, including some clothing, when used with a ‘Photochrom’ mode in the native camera app. The Color Filter camera onboard the 8 Pro has been known since the back in April.
Digital Photography Review 05/22/2020 10:00
The Canon AE-1 (Program) is by far the camera that has had the most impact on my life. Not that there's anything particularly extraordinary about this classic film SLR, aside from its affordability, availability and reliability – ok, I guess that makes it a little special. Over the years it's a camera that I've come back to again and again as a means to hit reset, and recontextualize my love for photography. I first picked mine up along with a "nifty fifty" for $200 at the end of my second year of high school (May, 2004). I'd been an avid film shooter for about four or five years prior, but hadn't owned a fully-manual camera (coincidentally the AE-1 Program is one of the first mass-market SLRs with auto controls). The September (2003) prior.
Digital Photography Review 05/21/2020 16:49
U.S. camera retailer Adorama has opened a competition as part of it’s ‘Create No Matter What’ campaign in which photographers based on the U.S can win a Canon EOS RP kit worth $3000. The theme for the contest is Perspective, but you’ll need to move quickly as the closing date is 27th May. The store is running the campaign with an ongoing series of competitions to encourage creative people to remain active during the lockdown, and says it aims to inspire photographers, videographers, designers and audio artists while many may find it hard to work or enjoy their hobby. The Perspective Challenge though is a photographic contest, and entrants are allowed to put forward up to five images. Judges will be looking for ‘adherence/appropriateness to
Digital Photography Review 05/21/2020 15:46
A Dutch court has a grandmother must delete photographs of her grandchildren she shared on social media without consent from the children’s parents or pay a daily fine. The reports the legal battle ended up in The Court of First Instance of Gelderland after the grandmother refused to remove the images from Facebook and Pinterest, despite requests from the children's’ mother to do so.
Digital Photography Review 05/21/2020 13:30
A general view before the start of UFC 249 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida on May 9, 2020. Cooper Neill for ESPN. Editor’s Note: Some of the photographs in the interview below are graphic due to the violent nature of mixed martial arts events. Proceed accordingly. With the world all but paused due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most sporting events have either been delayed or downright canceled. Some sports, however, are allowing events to continue taking place, albeit with minimal personal, very proactive testing and—most interestingly—no audience. One such event was the mixed martial arts event , which took place on May 9, 2020 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. Only a f.
Digital Photography Review 05/21/2020 11:50
In February Chinese smartphone maker Vivo showcased a . Now the company has published further information about the system that will first be commercially available on the Vivo X50 Pro which is scheduled to launch on June 1. Vivo calls the system 'micro tripod head' and claims it is more effective than conventional stabilization systems without quantifying the difference. It certainly looks more complex. Instead of a lens element, like on most current smartphone stabilization systems, on the Vivo the entire camera module is stabilized using a double-ball suspension which allows for movements of +/- 3° which, according to Vivo, is three times the angle of more conventional systems. Like on most high-end stabilization systems, the mechanical
Digital Photography Review 05/20/2020 16:46
According to from The Verge , high school students across the United States are failing their Advanced Placement (AP) exams due to the College Board’s online testing portal not accepting photos captured in the default HEIC image format. Back in March, the College Board, the entity that creates the curricula and exams for AP courses, exams would be online rather than in-person since schools across the U.S. were being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Digital Photography Review 05/20/2020 15:14
The SD Association (SDA) has the SD Express 8.0 (SD8.0) specification, promising up to transfer speed of up to 4GB/s (2GB/s per lane up to two lanes). The SD8.0 spec is built on the PCIe 4.0 standard and uses NVM Express (NVMe) technology. It builds on the previous 7.0 specification that used PCIe 3.0, which powers the rival CFexpress format. The newest format can either deliver up to 2GB/s transfers with the PCIe 4.0 standard over a single lane using the familiar SD card format with two rows of pins (a combination denoted as PCIe G4L1 in the diagram below), or using PCIe 3.0 across two lanes (PCIe G3L2) which will add a third row of connection pins. The 4GB/s transfer speeds will be delivered by PCIe G4L2 cards using PCIe 4.0 transfer acro.

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