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Digital Photography Review 07/07/2020 10:00
Take a look at the view from Sony's new ultra-wide zoom, paired with the 60MP a7R IV. The 12-24mm F2.8 GM rounds out a series of F2.8 constant zooms, joining the existing 24-70mm and 70-200mm in the high-end 'G Master' lineup. It's a touch wider than Sigma's 14-24mm F2.8 but more than double the cost – check out our samples above and see what that extra-wide view looks like.
Digital Photography Review 07/02/2020 15:29
The head of the World Press Photo Foundation has stepped down after five years in the role. Dutchman joined the foundation in 2015 but left without much explanation from either him or the WPP. In an official statement, Boering said ‘It was a tough decision to leave this beautiful organization, especially given the timing’ but doesn’t go on to give his reasons other than to say ‘it is time for me to pursue other opportunities’. The organization only says ‘Today, the World Press Photo Foundation announces that Managing Director Lars Boering will be leaving the organization’ and goes on to say it is ‘appreciative of Lars’ leadership over the past five years. In this time, major talent programs and grants were developed, digital reach saw subst.
Digital Photography Review 07/02/2020 10:11
There are many ways to learn the basics of photography, such as classes, tutorials and simply capturing more images. However, there's a neat new method using playing cards, Photography Deck. , the campaign far exceeded its funding goal during its first day. At the time of writing, over 600 backers had contributed more than $20,000 USD, compared to the goal of just $1,122. The unique and attractive deck of cards are designed to appeal to shutterbugs and photography newcomers alike. Each suit covers a different topic: Clubs cover technical details, diamonds showcase shooting styles, hearts offer composition tips and finally, spades teach camera basics. The 3 of spades card features the exposure triangle. Image credit:. The technical details on.
Digital Photography Review 07/02/2020 02:00
Olympus has released a little more detail about its upcoming 150-400mm F4.5 with built-in 1.25x teleconverter. The lens' development was first announced in January 2019, and Olympus says it will arrive on the market in winter of 2020. A couple of images of the final lens have also been shared. Additionally, two more M.Zuiko Pro lenses have been added to the roadmap: an ED 8-25mm F4 Pro and an 'unspecified' macro lens which appears around the 200mm equiv., focal length on the chart. OM-D E-M1X owners can also look forward to a firmware update in winter 2020 adding bird detection to the camera's Intelligent Subject Tracking Autofocus. Press release:. OLYMPUS UNVEILS UPDATED M.ZUIKO® DIGITAL LENS ROADMAP. Provides Updates on the Development of t.
Digital Photography Review 07/01/2020 13:46
An elaborate phishing scam has hit some Instagram users who warn that the content appears, at least initially, to be a legitimate message from the platform. The scam involves sending a private message to Instagram users, warning them that they have infringed upon an image's copyright and they need to fill out a form to avoid having their account suspended. Phishing scams are attempts to acquire the victim's personal information, typically login credentials for online accounts or information that could be used for financial fraud, such as a Social Security number. In the case of this latest Instagram scam, which was by Fstoppers , the scammers seek login information for the victim's Instagram and email accounts. It's unclear how broadly this.
Digital Photography Review 07/01/2020 13:41
When thinking about storage technology in 2020, one rarely thinks about tape media. However, magnetic tape media is critical to archiving data. As data demands continually increase, Fujifilm is on a new technology that will be a massive breakthrough in linear tape-based storage, offering up to 400TB of storage in a single drive. As PetaPixel , tape-based storage technology is primarily (LTO). Currently, LTO is in its eighth generation, LTO-8, and has a maximum capacity of 12TB, far below the maximum capacity Fujifilm is developing. LTO-9, slated to arrive later this year, maxes out at 'only' 24TB. A 12TB (native) Fujifilm Ultrium LTO-8 drive is shown in the leading image of this article. The driving force behind this potential leap in magne.
Digital Photography Review 07/01/2020 11:40
Last week, a 72-year-old Californian woman was gored multiple times at Yellowstone National Park when she is alleged to have gotten within ten feet of a bison in order to take a photograph of the wild animal. In a shared by the National Parks Service (NPS), authorities say they’re investigating the June 25 incident that took place not far from the , which sits near Yellowstone Lake and is one of the largest campgrounds in the park.
Digital Photography Review 06/30/2020 14:14
DigiMedia Tech, LLC, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against yet another camera company, this time going after Nikon over its alleged infringement of three different US patents. This lawsuit follows similar infringement cases brought against Olympus, Fujifilm and JK Imaging, all of them also over the alleged infringement of digital camera technology patents. DigiMedia Tech is a non-practicing entity () of , which received many US patents from Intellectual Ventures LLC in November 2019. Following the patent acquisition, DigiMedia Tech has filed lawsuits against several companies over their alleged infringement of these patents -- in the , the company claims infringement of US patents , and . The '635 patent was first filed in 2001 by.
Digital Photography Review 06/30/2020 11:19
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) has been very busy capturing images of the sun over the last decade. From June 2, 2010 through June 1, 2020, the SDO captured 425 million images of the sun. Per NASA, the team amassed about 20 million gigabytes of images of the sun in the past decade and with that data, NASA into the amazing timelapse video above. Using three primary instruments, the SDO captures an image of the sun every 0.75 seconds. One of these instruments, the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA), captures images every 12 seconds at 10 different wavelengths of light. In the timelapse video published by NASA, we see photos of the sun captured at the extreme ultraviolet wavelength of 17.1 nanometers. This wavelength allows us to view.
Digital Photography Review 06/30/2020 01:00
Fujifilm has announced that its GF 30mm F3.5 R WR wide-angle lens will ship in late July or early August for $1699. The lens, which has been on the G-mount roadmap for several months, is equivalent to a 24mm lens when mounted on a GFX body. The GF 30mm F3.5 has a total of 16 elements, including aspherical and extra-low dispersion glass. Focusing is internal and the lens has been designed to minimize focus breathing. It's lightweight and compact (relatively speaking), weighing in at 0.5kg (1.1lbs). The 'WR' in the product name indicates weather-resistance, and Fujifilm says that the lens can operate at temperatures as low is -10°C (+14°F). Press release. Fujifilm Launches FUJINON GF30mmF3.5 R WR Lightweight, High Resolution Lens. Valhalla, N.Y.
Digital Photography Review 06/29/2020 16:43
ON1, the creators of the ON1 Photo RAW editing software, has announced ON1 360, an all-new photography workflow solution designed to allow photographers to capture, edit and sync images across multiple computers and mobile devices. Alongside the new ON1 360 workflow solution, ON1 has also announced updates to ON1 Photo RAW 2020 and released the new ON1 Photo Mobile application for iOS, iPadOS and Android. Alongside today's announcement, ON1 hosted a live stream showcasing the workflow possibilities available with ON1 360, which can be viewed below. ON1 360 connects ON1 Photo RAW 2020.5 on macOS and Windows computers with the new, free ON1 Photo Mobile app. Via this connection between devices, users can sync files, control storage methods an.
Digital Photography Review 06/29/2020 10:58
Filter manufacturer H&Y has launched a series of new step-up adapter rings that have variable thread sizes to allow users to fit a single screw-in filter to multiple different sized lenses. Using a sprung iris the thread size of the Revoring can be altered to fit a range of lens sizes via a rotating ring on the adapter. The idea is a single screw-in filter can be switched between different lenses very quickly without the need for changing adapter rings. There are four sizes of Revoring to cover lens threads of 37-49mm, 46-62mm, 67-82mm and 82-95mm. The 37-49mm ring, for example, takes a 52mm filter. Once attached to the Revoring that filter can be switched between lenses that use filter thread sizes of 37mm to 49mm, by twisting the revolvin.
Digital Photography Review 06/29/2020 09:00
Kenji Tanaka, VP and Senior General Manager of Sony's Business Unit 1, Digital Imaging Group. Pictured at the 2019 CP+ show in Yokohama, Japan. With the photo industry still mostly hunkered down, and offices temporarily closed all over the world, 'business as usual' is still a distant dream. But we're not in stasis - cameras and lenses are still being released, and plans are still being put in place for future product development. Recently we spoke to Kenji Tanaka of Sony, on video chat (with a little help from his ) about the impact of COVID-19 on his business, the growing market for video and – yes – the successor to the a7S II. The following interview has been edited lightly for clarity and flow. What impact has COVID-19 had on your oper.
Digital Photography Review 06/26/2020 18:26
On the island of Mauritius, which is about 1,200 miles (2,000km) southeast from the mainland continent of Africa, Google has never sent a car for gathering street view data. Considering the remoteness of the island nation and its relatively small – but dense – population of nearly 1.3 million, Google's neglect makes fiscal sense. However, Mauritian resident wanted to address the situation himself and he started his . Over the last year and a half, Pillay traveled around Mauritius with his DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone. As you can imagine, it's a large undertaking. 'We're a small island – driving from my place to anywhere can take at most an hour and a half since I'm pretty much centered.' Pillay also noted that the constantly changing weather on
Digital Photography Review 06/26/2020 09:00
Photographers have always been prone to debate. Ever since I got back into photography as a hobby, I’ve been genuinely surprised at the frequency and ferocity of film-versus-digital debates. I’m not sure why they get so heated, or why they even happen at all. I’d like to blame the polarization that afflicts our society – us-vs-them, all-or-nothing (and if that’s the case, maybe Perry Farrell is right and ) – but I’ve been around enough to know that photographers have always been prone to debate, be it T-Max vs. Tri-X, color vs. monochrome, or Nikkor vs. Rokkor. So, as someone who shoots both mediums, with a slight preference for film, I’d like to settle this debate once and for all. Digital is better. I mean, of course digital is better. Di.
Digital Photography Review 06/25/2020 14:08
The 2016 copyright infringement case against the media website Mashable that we in April is back again. Following a similar case with an opposite ruling regarding how copyright infringement may pertain to embedded Instagram posts, the US District Court for the Southern District of New York has reopened the copyright suit filed by photographer Stephanie Sinclair against Mashable. Sinclair's lawsuit is part of a copyright spat between the photographer and Mashable after the website embedded one of her Instagram posts in a 2016 article titled '10 female photojournalists with their lenses on social justice.' Mashable had first reached out to Sinclair and offered $50 to license the image, an offer that she rejected. As an apparent loophole to th.
Digital Photography Review 06/25/2020 10:32
Sigma has a major 2.0 firmware update for its fp camera that adds, amongst numerous other new features, the ability to record Apple ProRes Raw over HDMI when paired with an Atomos Ninja V monitor/recorder and Blackmagic Raw over HDMI with a Blackmagic Video Assist 12G. When paired with an Atomos Ninja V updated with the latest firmware, the fp is able to record Apple ProRes RAW at up to DCI 4Kp24 or UHD 4Kp30 directly from the camera’s full-frame sensor.

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