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This Canon Flash Can Adjust Itself For The Best Light

This is the Canon Speedlite 470EX-AI, it’s a flash that you attach to your DSLR for better light. Normally, I wouldn’t talk about something so boring. But this ain’t your

Fujifilm X-A3 Mirrorless Digital Camera Review

Mirrorless cameras occupy a niche somewhere in between compact cameras and DSLRs, that is to say small cameras that have decent-sized sensors and interchangable lenses. In this article we’ll review the newest member of the Fujifilm X series of mirrorless cameras, the Fujifilm X-A3. Show More Summary

Canon launches two cheap entry-level DSLRs for everyone’s budget

Aside from their long-awaited mirrorless camera, Canon has launched two new DSLRs: EOS Rebel T7 (EOS 2000D) and EOS 4000D. Both cameras are very affordable, so their primary goal could be making newbies join team Canon. Canon EOS Rebel...Show More Summary

Ricoh updates flagship K series full-frame DSLR

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Ricoh announced the mighty Pentax K-1 back in February 2016, and we couldn't wait to get our hands on the camera. When we did so just a month later, the small-but-powerful full-frame DSLR didn't disappoint. Now the rugged 36-megapixel...Show More Summary

Tamron officially launches the new 70-210mm F/4 Di VC USD lens for Nikon & Canon

After a few pictures leaked out yesterday and today’s earlier announcement of the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 lens for Sony, Tamron now give us the 70-210mm F4 Di VC USD lens for Nikon and Canon DSLRs. A slightly slower, lighter weight alternative to the Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2. Show More Summary

Travel back to 1994 with this video Apple QuickTake 100 shooting experience

Long before we started discussing whether iPhone can replace compact or DSLR/mirrorless cameras, Apple released QuickTake 100. It was launched in 1994 and was one of the first successful consumer digital cameras. Lazy Game Reviews travels back in time and brings you an unpacking video and a review of this retro treasure. Show More Summary

How I shot and edited this photo using only home lights

I’ve been daydreaming lately about that magical time in my life about ten years ago when I bought my first DSLR (crap, hold on, AM I OLD!?) and photography really began to take over my life. Back in the day my shoots began with me creeping...Show More Summary

Exploring the Fundamentals of Light to Improve Your Photos

Let me point out from the start, it doesn’t matter what camera you use. From a fancy DSLR to your phone you can use these lighting tools to improve your photographs. Photography and light go hand in hand. Simply put; if there is no light, there is no photograph. Show More Summary

Sony’s new CMOS sensor eliminates rolling shutter and does 600 FPS

Rolling shutter has been the bane of DSLR and mirrorless video shooters since the beginning. In fact, for users of just about any camera with a CMOS sensor. This is all down to how CMOS sensors traditionally work, scanning the scene line by line. Show More Summary

Learn To Take And Edit Better Photos With Your Phone Or DSLR

3 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Whether you want to learn how to take better photos, properly use a DSLR or mirrorless camera, or edit your photos to make them even better, this photography course bundle offers a great deal for a huge variety of lessons. It’s normally $1,048, but you can get it right now for up to 99% off with a pay what you want deal. Show More Summary

Taro delivers an AI camera stabilizer and tracking device

Taro might be another name for sweet potato, but we are referring to the manufacturer of hands-free tracking stabilizers for smartphones and DSLR cameras today. They have been in the business for quite some time, bringing together infrared...Show More Summary

The Lenscapt is either the silliest or most genius idea for lens caps ever

I really don’t know what to make of this one. It’s either a stroke of genius or absolutely ludicrous. I’m talking about Lenscapt, which is a new type of lenscap for DSLRs, mirrorless and other cameras. It’s being funded through Kickstarter and at first, I thought it seemed pretty daft. Show More Summary

Blackmagic reveals 4K video camera for broadcasters on a budget

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Blackmagic design has launched what it's calling the world's most affordable and flexible pro-level UHD broadcast camera. Suited to both studio and field work, the URSA Broadcast comes in much cheaper than DSLR's like Nikon's flagship...Show More Summary

The pros & cons of shooting on a smartphone vs a $5,000 cinema rig

These phone vs “real camera” comparisons are getting a little old. They usually end up one of two ways. Either the DSLR or video camera absolutely hammers the phone, or the phone does surprisingly well – which is often just a case of circumstance. Show More Summary

Simplifying Manual Mode to Help You Take Control of Your Images

As the owner of a DSLR camera, you may have heard the pros encouraging you to graduate to Manual Mode or M on your camera’s dial. While there are different schools of thought on which mode to use, Manual Mode allows you the greatest control over your settings. Show More Summary

Watch: Going Fishing, a thumping good claymation short

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Guldies (previously) posted this weirdly satisfing stop-motion animation of life in the woods. The visuals are amazing -- 2500 still pictures taken with a Canon DSLR and sequenced at 18 frames per second in Dragonframe -- but it's the way it works with sound that I really felt.

Aurga uses AI to run your camera

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Not everyone who owns a DSLR is a highly-skilled photographer, yet they do all want their photos to look good. Well, that's why Aurga was created. It's a plug-in module that uses artificial intelligence to adjust the camera's settings,...Show More Summary

Weekly Photography Challenge – Your Best Smartphone Shot

Likely you have a smartphone as well as your main camera – whether that be a DSLR, mirrorless or other. This week your challenge is to come up with the best shot you can using just your smartphone. So you can’t rely on fancy lenses or...Show More Summary

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