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Digital Photography Review 07/22/2019 20:20
Sony has published the specifications for six new full-frame sensors, including multiple stacked sensors and a 15MP sensor that uses Sony’s Quad Bayer design found in a few of its smartphone image sensors. As always, these are basic spec documents aimed at would-be buyers of the chips, suggesting that all these technologies are available to customers outside Sony. Below is a gallery of the spec sheets with a breakdown of the sensors following:. Let’s start with the IMX521CQR : a new 15MP Quad Bayer sensor. This sensor appears to be a variant of the 61MP sensor inside the a7R IV but with Sony’s Quad Bayer color filter pattern in front of it. What’s interesting about this particular sensor is that Sony is calling it a 15MP sensor instead of 61.
Digital Photography Review 07/22/2019 16:02
Kodak Photo Plus of C&A IP Holdings has launched the , a ‘cute little box’ that is assembled by the user into a functional film scanner. As with some competing products, this film scanner works with an ordinary smartphone to digitize slides and 35mm film negatives. Unlike those other products, however, Kodak Mobile Film Scanner is made from heavyweight cardboard that collapses back into a small portable box. The Kodak Mobile Film Scanner is like Google Cardboard, only for photographers rather than casual VR experiences. A built-in LED light is used to illuminate slides and film; a companion mobile app is used with a smartphone to capture and edit the resulting digital images, including cropping and rotating. Once ‘scanned,’ the same Kodak M.
Digital Photography Review 07/22/2019 14:47
A report published by highlights the work of ‘tag cleaners,’ the name given to individuals who dedicate their time and, potentially, mental health to clean up the tag pages on Instagram accounts facing digital vandalism. In this instance, the report details teenagers who are working around the clock to protect the Instagram account of Bianca Devins, a 17-year-old who was murdered on July 14. Instagram accounts present images and videos in two categories of a user’s profile: the primary category with content posted by the account owner and a ’tagged’ category showing posts in which the account has been tagged. Following Devins gruesome death, Instagram of images showing her body that had first been shared by her alleged murderer on Discord a.
Digital Photography Review 07/19/2019 16:28
2019 Audubon Photography Awards. has announced the winners of its , showcasing some of the most incredible bird photography from around the world. In its own words, ‘The National Audubon Society protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow, throughout the Americas using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground conservation.’ Audubon consists of 23 state programs, 41 nature centers, almost 500 chapters and partners around the world. Audubon has posted a full collection of the winning images on its website with an accompanying , but we've gathered the winning images, with permission, in each category in the following slideshow. 2019 Audubon Photography Awards Grand Prize Winner. Red-winged Blackbird by Kathrin Swoboda (Vie.
Digital Photography Review 07/19/2019 14:33
Brendan Barry, the photographer who transformed New York City's iconic 101 Park Avenue skyscraper , has unveiled a new project: Container Camera. This is ‘basically the world's biggest, slowest, and most impractical Polaroid camera,’ according to Barry, who showcased his work in a new video created by Exploredinary, the same team behind the recently published . Container Camera is a shipping container converted into a giant camera with a built-in darkroom that can produce large traditional analog prints. Barry describes the solar-powered camera/darkroom as a wheelchair-accessible space that can be used to accommodate large groups for photography workshops. The container is located in Exeter, UK, where Barry spent three weeks producing image.
Digital Photography Review 07/19/2019 11:39
has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its new camera bag that the company claims is ‘designed for wildlife photographers by wildlife photographers.’As you would expect from a bag for wildlife photographers, the ELEV 5800’ backpack is constructed to be ergonomic with a unique back panel that contours to fit the curve natural curve of your spine—and it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution.
Digital Photography Review 07/18/2019 14:30
Instagram has announced changes to its policy related to disabling user accounts, stating that going forward it will remove a greater number of accounts, but will first give users a warning that they’re at risk of the action. Until now, Instagram’s policy involved the company disabling accounts that contained ‘a certain percentage of violating content.’ Though this policy will remain in place, Instagram says it will also start disabling accounts that contain ‘a certain percentage of violating content within a window of time.’Additionally, Instagram will start alerting users when their account is at risk of being disabled.
Digital Photography Review 07/18/2019 11:31
Hasselblad has announced it will introduce a special edition kit that includes the recently launched 907X camera along with a CFV II 50C digital back to celebrate the company’s part in the Moon landing of 50 years ago. Finished in matte black the kit will cost $7500, € 6500/ £ 5825 plus VAT, giving us a clue to the price of the regular production models once they become available. The company hasn’t said how many units of this special edition will be made and tells us that numbers and release dates will be made public later this year. It isn’t obvious how the price of the kit is divided between camera and back, but the combination of the two items together still costs less than half the price of the back that was launched in 2014. We might
Digital Photography Review 07/18/2019 10:00
The DJI Ronin-SC. The Ronin-SC is a single-handed 3-axis gimbal designed specifically to be used with mirrorless cameras. The gimbal is a follow-up to DJI’s popular Ronin-S gimbal, but features a simplified design that itseasier to travel with, set up and shoot with. The Ronin-SC is made of magnesium, steel, aluminum and composite plastic and has a battery that can last for up to 11 hours. We had a chance to check the Ronin-SC out prior to launch. Here’s what you need to know about it. Compared to the Ronin-S. The Ronin-SC weighs 2.4 lbs, making it 41 percent lighter than the original Ronin S, which weighs 4 lbs. The compact Ronin-SC gimbal is intended to be used with mirrorless cameras and is suitable for supporting cameras that weigh up to
Digital Photography Review 07/18/2019 01:00
Fujifilm has formally announced the Fujinon GF 50mm F3.5 R LM WR lens for its GFX medium format system – the lens first late last year. When mounted on a camera like the GFX 100, the lens is equivalent to 40mm and, according to Fujifilm, can handle the resolution of that 100MP camera with ease. This compact (relatively speaking) lens is just 48mm (1.9") long and weighs in at 335g (11.8oz), making it the smallest and lightest GF-mount lens at time of launch. It has a total of nine elements, one of which being aspherical, as well as a nine-blade aperture. A linear motor moves the focus elements quickly and accurately, according to Fujifilm. The minimum focus distance is 55cm (21.6"). The lens is sealed against dust and moisture and functions
Digital Photography Review 07/18/2019 01:00
Debuting on the company's last summer, the Fujifilm XF 16-80mm F4 R OIS WR makes its official debut today and is slated for September availability. It's a compact lens covering a 24-122mm equivalent range on the company's APS-C mirrorless cameras, and Fujifilm claims its optical stabilization is CIPA-rated to 6 stops. As the 'WR' in its name indicates, the lens is weather-resistant. It offers a minimum focus distance of 35cm / 14 in. throughout the entire zoom range, and its optical makeup includes 16 elements in 12 groups with one aspherical element. The Fujifilm XF 16-80mm F4 R OIS WR will ship in late September for $800. FUJIFILM INTRODUCES ITS XF 16-80mmF4 R OIS WR LENS FOR X SERIES DIGITAL CAMERAS. Valhalla, N.Y., July 18, 2019 – The El.
Digital Photography Review 07/17/2019 20:03
A new Kickstarter campaign is seeking funding for , a relatively low-cost digital back for medium format cameras. The digital back supports a number of analog cameras, including the Mamiya RB67, 645, and C330, Rolleiflex Automat, Bronica Etrsi, and others. I'm Back GmbH, the company founded by , previously a digital back for 35mm analog cameras. The I'm Back MF features a 16MP Panasonic sensor and touchscreen display, 4200mAh Lithium-ion battery, and 128GB microSD card. The model supports capturing 16MP JPEG and black-and-white raw images and 1080/60p video, plus there's built-in WiFI for wirelessly transferring content. In addition to running off its internal rechargeable battery, users can power the digital back using a standard micro USB.
Digital Photography Review 07/17/2019 16:13
According to from Nikkei Asian Review , Canon’s operating profit is set to drop 40 percent this year; double the percentage Nikkei said Canon had anticipated its profits to drop earlier this year. Back in April, was planning to lower its profit forecasts for the 2019 fiscal year by 20 percent—approximately 50 billion yen—due to ‘shrinking camera sales.’ The translate report from April reads:. ‘ Canon will lower its forecast for the fiscal year ending December 2019.
Digital Photography Review 07/17/2019 14:06
has introduced Adapter Mount Format (AMF), a filter system designed for mirrorless mount adapters. Unlike filters that are positioned over a lens, the AMF filters are small and rectangular with a design that drops into mount adapters, positioning the filter behind the lens. The AMF filter product line includes the company's PowerUV, PowerND, PowerGND, and PowerDusk filters. Aurora Aperture presents its drop-in filters as having multiple benefits over traditional lenses, which are mounted on the front of the lens. By positioning the lens in the mount adapter, a single set of filters can be used for each adapter rather than needing the same filter in different thread sizes for each lens. As well, the AMF filters are smaller and therefore easi.
Digital Photography Review 07/17/2019 11:37
In late April, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted Alphabet’s Wing Aviation, an offshoot of Google, the first-ever Air Carrier Certificate. Allowing the commercial delivery of goods, including food, via drone was a crucial step on the FAA’s part for integrating more unmanned aircraft into the National Airspace System. Before this landmark development in the U.S., Wing had also secured authorization to sell a variety of products in Australia after conducting over 70,000 test flights, and completing 3,000+ successful drone deliveries, to residents in the suburbs of Canberra. Yesterday, Wing quietly launched its OpenSky app in the and stores. It is currently available in Australia. Aimed at both commercial and recreational drone
Digital Photography Review 07/16/2019 22:47
Intro. The Sony a7R IV is the company's fourth-generation ultra-high-resolution full-frame mirrorless camera. It's built around a new 61MP back-side illuminated CMOS sensor. It's the first new sensor in an 'R' camera since 2015. The new chip has 567 on-sensor phase detection points, which cover 99.7% of the sensor's height and 74% of its width, meaning you get depth-aware focus across a huge range of the sensor. The camera uses the same front-end LSI and Bionz X processor as the a7R III. Sony says it knew there was a 61MP sensor coming from Sony Semiconductor, so was able to design these chips in anticipation of it. The higher resolution of the chip means you still get 26MP images, even if you use an APS-C crop. Naturally, you get fewer PDAF.
Digital Photography Review 07/16/2019 15:44
. The has already shown its , but without an ecosystem of accessories to further expand the video capabilities the system remains somewhat neutered. Thankfully, accessory manufacturers are hopping onboard, including with the new LockPort XT3 HDMI, an HDMI port saver for the Fujifilm X-T3 camera system. Not the adapter plate appears to leave plenty of space for access to the other ports on the side of the X-T3. Like other port adapters and connectors, the LockPort XT3 HDMI is designed to not only simplify the process of attaching a full-size HDMI cable to an X-T3, but also protect the main micro HDMI connection by making it an external connection that faces towards the rear of the camera thanks to the included micro to full-size HDMI adapter.
Digital Photography Review 07/16/2019 13:38
Lomography has unveiled LomoChrome Metropolis, a product the company claims is the first color film stock to be offered in 35mm, 120, 110, and 16mm options in more than five years. LomoChrome Metropolis is an original color negative emulsion from Lomography that offers very high contrast combined with muted colors for what the company describes as ‘an intense aesthetic pop.’The LomoChrome Metropolis features an extended 100-400 ISO range alongside a fine cine-style grain, ‘optimized sharpness,’ and compatibility with the C-41 process. The film produces deep blacks and curved highlights, an ‘aggressive tonal curve,’ and ultimately offers analog photographers a way to go ‘#nofilter’ while enjoying the dramatic look typically reserved for dig.
Digital Photography Review 07/15/2019 16:21
Robert Wiblin, a researcher at , has published drawing attention to an aspect of sharing on Google Photos that many users may be unaware of. As demonstrated in the video above, Wiblin notes that Google Photos images and albums privately shared with a specific person can be viewed by anyone who has access to the link. The discovery highlights a surprising design oversight by Google. A Google Photos user who privately shares an image or album with another Google user may have their image viewed repeatedly by anyone if the recipient copies and shares the link for the image or album. Wiblin points out that the Google Photos interface doesn't indicate that by sharing the image or album privately with a specific person, the user is creating a lin.

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