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Digital Photography Review 02/22/2019 08:15
On March 1st, InukTech will launch a Kickstarter campaign for Inuk, a portable folding camera tripod alternative. Unlike traditional tripods, Inuk features flat carbon fiber arms and legs joined by reinforced technopolymer hinges and soft rubber feet. The rig's three legs and two arms can be folded flat against the device's carbon fiber plate for compact storage. Inuk supports payload weights up to 1.5kg / 3.3lbs and features a ¼” -20 universal screw for connecting cameras and mounts. In addition to supporting cameras and smartphones, Inuk can accommodate accessories like microphones, flashes, and lights. Though the support can be used like a tripod, Inuk's legs can also be folded for uneven surfaces, and accessories will be available for c.
Digital Photography Review 02/21/2019 17:46
Photographer, cinematographer, Lowel-Light founder and creator of gaffer tape Ross Lowell died on February 15 at the age of 92, according to PDN . Lowell lived in Pound Ridge, New York, at the time of his passing, leaving behind his wife Marilyn Shapiro-Lowell and four children. Above is a video he participated in wherein he talks about various lighting tools and techniques. Over the course of his long career, Lowell pioneered numerous lighting solutions for photography and cinematography, ultimately registering more than 25 patents , founding lighting company Lowel-Light and publishing the book Matter of Light & Depth . Among Lowell's inventions is gaffer tape, a type of cotton cloth tape popularly used during production and staging work.
Digital Photography Review 02/21/2019 17:24
Light, the computational imaging company behind the L16 camera , has announced it's partnering with Sony Semiconductor Solutions 'to jointly work on development and marketing of multi-image sensor solutions.'. According to a press release shared today, the two companies have signed an agreement that 'allows Light to use and recommend to its customers and partners, Sony’s image sensors built in Light’s computational imaging solutions and reference designs.'. Simply put, the agreement means Light will combine its experience and intellectual property in the world of multi-camera designs and computational photography with Sony's imaging sensors to build future devices.
Digital Photography Review 02/21/2019 17:00
Five months after its development announcement , the Ricoh GR III will be shipping this March for $899. Unlike the GR II, which was a very minor upgrade to the original, the major components on the GR III are all-new. The controls have received a major shake-up as the GR III becomes the first in the series to use a touchscreen. The screen is a 3.0", 1.04M-dot LCD, with all of the usual features like AF point selection, menu navigation and image review onboard. It also gains image stabilization, with a 3-axis sensor-shift system offering shake reduction rated at up to four stops. This 'SR' system can also be used to simulate an AA filter for when moiré reduction is desired. And there's now an ultrasonic dust reduction system for the sensor,
Digital Photography Review 02/21/2019 17:00
The WG-6 is Ricoh's latest 'top-of-the-line' waterproof camera, offering a 20MP, 1/2.3" BSI-CMOS sensor, 28-140mm F3.5-5.5 lens and a built-in macro ring light. The WG-6 is waterproof to 20m/65ft, shockproof from 2.1m/6.5ft and functional down to -10°C/+14°F. The WG-6 has a built-in GPS and electronic compass, a 3" (non-touch) LCD, remote control receivers on the front and back and a USB-C socket. It's also capable of capturing 4K/30 video. The WG-6 does not have optical image stabilization, and wireless connectivity is only available by using optional FlashAir SD cards. The camera will be on the market shortly for $399. Available colors include orange and black. The G900 is a more rugged version of the WG-6 and is designed for industrial a.
Digital Photography Review 02/21/2019 14:31
digiKam is an open-source photo management application that runs on Linux, Windows, and MacOS platforms and comes with tools for importing, managing, editing, and sharing photos and raw files. Now version 6.0.0 of digiKam has been released after a 2-year development phase and comes with a heap of new features and improvements. The biggest news is that the software can now also handle video files, offering many of the importing, sharing and editing functions that are also available for still image.
Digital Photography Review 02/20/2019 15:35
At its Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy S10 and S10+, both offering a rear triple-camera array, alongside a budget-oriented S10e 'essential' model with a dual camera unit. All three devices offer a stabilized standard wide and an ultra-wide camera; the S10e omits the tele-camera. As expected, the S10 series' display is the center of attention with a hole-punch style front-facing camera embedded in the screen in favor of the much-maligned notch. The triple camera array comprises a standard 12MP wide-angle unit, 12MP telephoto camera, and a 16MP ultra-wide unit with a 123-degree field-of-view. The F1.5/F2.4 dual aperture feature introduced in the S9 is also offered in the S10 and S10+'s main camera. The S10+ o.
Digital Photography Review 02/20/2019 14:57
Non-destructive macOS photo editor Picktorial has been updated to version 4.0, which is free for customers who purchased version 3.50. Picktorial 4 brings new workflow and digital asset management (DAM) features, including its own index — a move to shed its reliance on macOS Spotlight — as well as an updated search function with advanced search fields that aren't supported by Spotlight. With the new search capabilities, Picktorial 4 users can find content globally or within specific folders using filters like capture date, rating, IPTC metadata, tags, and more. The software's DAM also received a number of other changes, including jpeg+raw image stack support, a new image browser with two layout options, batch exporting and editing, support
Digital Photography Review 02/20/2019 14:20
Samsung wasted no time unveiling the Galaxy Fold at its Unpacked event today – a foldable device with a 4.6" display when folded, and 7.3" display when unfolded. The device contains a total of six cameras – three on the back, two inside and one front-facing camera. The company's live presentation includes few camera details – we'll update this story when we know more. Other technical specs known at this point are that it will offer 12GB of RAM, and uses two batteries for a 4380mAh combined capacity. Multi-tasking is a big focus of the device, and Samsung demonstrated the device's ability to maintain continuity within an app as you switch between displays, as well as its ability to run three apps on the larger screen simultaneously. Black, s.
Digital Photography Review 02/20/2019 12:44
We are getting close to the start of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which means we should see a number of high-profile mobile device launches over the coming days. Today Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has thrown the first punch by launching its new Mi 9 flagship smartphone and, at least on paper, the new Xiaomi looks like an enticing option for smartphone photographers. The Mi 9's triple-cam setup is built around an 48MP Sony IMX586 1/2"-type sensor which comes with a quad-bayer filter and produces 12MP image output. The lens offers an F1.75 aperture and 26mm equivalent focal length. The primary module is joined by an ultra-wide-angle with 17mm equivalent focal length and F2.2 aperture. It uses a 16MP 1/3"-type Sony IMX481 sensor. The.
Digital Photography Review 02/20/2019 09:32
Taiwanese lens manufacturer William Optics is proposing to make a flatfield Pretzval lens aimed at star gazers and photographers that it claims is the world’s sharpest 250mm. Originally conceived as a compact and lightweight telescope for astrophotographers, the Redcat 250mm F4.9 uses a pair of synthetic fluorite elements to correct the usual field curvature of the Pretzval design to produce a sharp image right across the frame, according to the company.
Digital Photography Review 02/20/2019 02:00
Tamron has announced three new full-frame lenses slated to launch in the middle of 2019: an SP 35mm F1.4 Di USD and 35-150mm F2.8-4 Di VC OSD for DSLRs, as well as an ultra-wide 17-28mm F2.8 Di III RXD for Sony E-mount cameras. The SP 35mm F1.4 become's the company's fastest current lens, joining the existing 35mm F1.8 in Tamron's high-end SP line.
Digital Photography Review 02/19/2019 17:36
Lensrentals is known for its in-depth teardowns of the latest and greatest camera gear, but not everything has to be about destruction. For a change of pace, Lensrentals has decided to build a lens rather than destroy it. In particular, Roger and his team have shared the above video and an accompanying blog post highlighting the construction of the the widest fisheye lens in existence, the C-4 Optics 4.9mm F3.5 Hyperfisheye Prototype. Photos kindly provided by Lensrentals. Much like the 1970s Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 fisheye lens , the C-4 Optics 4.9mm F3.5 Hyperfisheye Prototype is so wide that it can actually see behind itself. It takes it a step further though; Instead of the 220-degree field of view of the Nikkor lens, the C-4 Optics fisheye, of.
Digital Photography Review 02/19/2019 14:25
The kissing sailor featured in the iconic ' V-J Day in Times Square ' photo, George Mendonsa, has died at the age of 95, according to his daughter. Mendonsa suffered a seizure at the Rhode Island assisted living facility where he resided and passed away two days before his 96th birthday. The photo, which was first published by Life Magazine in 1945, was captured by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt at the end of World War II. Mendosa, a sailor in the U.S. Navy, had been on a date with Rita Petrie, his eventual wife of 70 years, when he heard news of Japan's surrender in August 1945. Overcome with excitement, he grabbed a stranger and kissed her. The identities of the two people featured in the photo remained a mystery for decades, spurring mu.
Digital Photography Review 02/19/2019 09:00
85%. Overall score. The EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM was an easy lens to miss when it was announced , unveiled at the same time as Canon's all-new EOS R. Quite how the EOS M series will play alongside the newer R line remains to be seen, but its adopters have been clamoring for more wide-aperture native lens options for some time, so it’s nice to finally see a lens of this type join the lineup.
Digital Photography Review 02/18/2019 14:09
Finland-based organization Camera Rescue has rescued 46,000 analog cameras and it plans to more than double that number by 2020. Cameraville recently interviewed the organization's Juho Leppänen to discuss the mission, as well as the unique challenges they face. Camera Rescue launched in 2018 with the mission of preserving analog cameras for future generations. The organization finds used film photography gear and puts it through what it calls a ' camera rescue process ,' which includes testing and, when necessary, repairing the devices. Rescued cameras are then sold through . The organization's core team member Juho Leppänen discussed Camera Rescue's mission and work in a 10 minute video from Cameraville, including the tech.
Digital Photography Review 02/18/2019 12:15
Sigma has announced its new 28mm T1.5 cine lens for full frame sensor cameras will be available starting in the middle of March. The lens will cost $3499 but will also be offered with luminous markings, to make it easier to use in low light, for $4,499. The lens is latest of a set of 10 full-frame fixed-focal-length lenses, eight of which have a T1.5 maximum aperture. The lenses have 180° focus ring rotation, and are tested using the company’s 46-million-pixel Foveon sensor. As with the rest of Sigma's cine series, the 28mm T1.5 FF will be available in PL, EF and E mounts. The company has also announced a new carry case for a set of five lenses that will cost $750. It is designed to hold the 14mm, 28mm, 40mm, 105mm and 135mm lenses, and wil.

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