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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 05/23/2020 20:10
The Cooperative of Photography, better known as , has released its showing how to make the most of your smartphone footage by creating six different smartphone rigs using materials you likely have sitting around at home. As you would expect for these rather primitive homemade solutions, the DIY rigs aren’t necessarily aesthetically pleasing but based on the resulting footage, hopefully your video will be.
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.
Digital Photography Review 05/20/2020 14:27
Olympus will end its camera business in South Korea on June 30, according to from The Korea Times . The decision is 'mostly' based on low camera sales volume, the report claims. Olympus will continue to sell medical and scientific equipment in the country. In a statement to the publication, Olympus said that despite focusing on mirrorless cameras and interchangeable lenses, 'it has become barely possible to sustain the business with profit,' spurring the business decision. Though the company will shut down its brand store and online shop for South Korean customers on June 30, it will continue to operate its servicing facility in the country until March 31, 2026, enabling existing customers to get their camera gear repaired. Olympus says it
Digital Photography Review 05/20/2020 13:09
CineStill has introduced a new 3-bath processing system for slide film users that allows photographers a choice of three color and contrast profiles for the same type of film. Users can opt for a straight development to bring out the default characteristics of the film, or choose a tungsten balanced look or one with a warm tone and lower contrast. The Cs6 Creative Slide 3-Bath processing system allows photographers to get three quite different looks from the same emulsion by using a different developing solution. The developers are part of a new 3-bath system that comprises a first developer that determines the color and contrast profile of the end result, followed by a combined the second developer and reversal process, and then a third ba.
Digital Photography Review 05/20/2020 11:15
All product photography by Dan Bracaglia. The Fujifilm X-T4 is the company's latest high-end photo and video APS-C mirrorless camera. It brings in-body stabilization, faster shooting, improved autofocus and a larger battery to the already very capable X-T3. Fujifilm says that the X-T4 is a sister model to the X-T3, rather than a replacement, which is borne out by the specs and pricing. It's a 26MP camera capable of 20 fps shooting and 4K capture at up to 60p. In use we found it offers distinct benefits over both the X-T3 and the older X-H1. And, although the autofocus performance isn't cutting edge, it offers one of the best stills and video options you can buy. Key specifications. 26MP BSI CMOS sensor. In-body image stabilization (up to 6.5EV.
Digital Photography Review 05/19/2020 14:46
Samsung Electronics has launched a new image sensor that is designed for use in the primary camera of high-end smartphones. Like other sensors from the the ISOCELL family, the ISOCELL GN1 comes with the company's pixel isolation technology that creates a barrier around each pixel in order to reduce color cross-talk. At 50MP the sensor´s native resolution is fairly moderate when compared to the used in Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the , but has other tricks up its sleeve: it's Samsung's first image sensor to combine Dual-Pixel autofocus with the company's Tetracell technology, allowing for increased light sensitivity in low light as well as precise and fast autofocus performance in all light conditions. The GN1 comes with 100 millio.
Digital Photography Review 05/19/2020 11:40
Adobe has released updates for a variety of its software products, including major updates to Adobe Premiere Pro. Adobe Premiere Pro version 14.2 includes GPU acceleration for encoding on Windows, promising export speeds up to five times faster than encoding performed using only the CPU. For Nvidia and AMD GPUs which support hardware encoding, the new versions of Premiere Pro, Media Encoder, After Effects and Audition on Windows promise vastly improved performance when exporting files. Of the new update, Adobe senior engineering manager Manish Kulkarni says, 'With new support for NVIDIA GPUs on Windows, exports are hardware accelerated leveraging the power of the GPU to make Premiere Pro more powerful and keep video creators productive and
Digital Photography Review 05/19/2020 10:22
Shortlisted images for the Palm* Photo Prize 2020 contest. Palm* Studios recently announced the shortlisted images for its 3rd annual Palm* Photo Prize competition. Over 7,000 images were submitted from all over the world. 108 were selected for the shortlist and are now in the running for the annual prize. are for sale as prints with 100% of the profits going directly to the artists. The judging panel consists of , editor-in-chief of , Karen McQuaid, senior curator at , Sarah Allen, assistant curator at , , Jessica Lopez, photo editor at , and Lola Paprocka, founder of . Brooklyn, New York-based photographer Dino Kuznik is in the running for the annual prize. 20 overall award winners for the Judge’s Panel prizes, Peoples Choice Award, and Pe.
Digital Photography Review 05/18/2020 19:59
An illustration from BCN Retail showing the unit sales%age, by manufacturer, of Canon (Blue), Olympus (Green) and Sony (Red) from February 3 (far-left) to April 20 (far-right). , an analyst firm that collects daily sales data of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras from online and in-person points of sales in Japan, has its figures for April 2020 that show just how much the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to decimate the camera market. Last month BCN Retail’s March report, which showed a 50% drop year-over-year Unfortunately, it seems that was just the beginning.
Digital Photography Review 05/18/2020 14:30
The International Broadcasting Convention (IBC), scheduled to take place in Amsterdam this September, has become the latest industry exhibition to get canceled as the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt events around the world. Organizers cited ‘many unknowns’ around the shape of restrictions for social distancing and measures that would have to be in place to make the show safe for visitors and exhibitors alike.

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