Photography is an expensive hobby. Even if you stick to the most budget gear you can find, you’re looking at a few hundred dollars just to get started — and when you start graduating to the real gear, hundreds quickly become thousands. Show More Summary
Well, there are the trivial ways for mounting a microphone when shooting with DSLR (or with any camera actually), some sometimes, the traditional ways are just not compact enough, or versatile enough or quick enough. And this is where this quick video from DSLR Video Shooter comes handy. Add to this Rode VideoMic Pro or VideoMic GO and [...]Show More Summary
Users of Canon’s flagship DSLR, the 1D X, will be happy to know that Canon Rumors has received a list of rumored specifications for the upcoming Mark II. The release date, said to be sometime during the first quarter of 2016, is also important for those waiting for the 5D Mark IV as previous rumors [...]
Leave the DSLR at home.
Zeiss has announced that it is discontinuing seven of its nine Classic lenses for DSLR cameras and replacing them with the new Milvus lenses of the same focal length. For the time being the company will continue to produce two of the...Show More Summary
Unless you’re a full-blown professional, DSLR camera bodies and camera lenses should always be bought used — especially if you’re a newbie shopping for your first entry-level DSLR or a hobbyist replacing your first DSLR. The truth is,...Show More Summary
Light is a new silicon valley startup that’s focused on the holy grail of photography. A camera the size of a smartphone, that takes photos the quality of a 52-megapixel DSLR, zooms optically between 35 and 150mm, shoots great images in low light, and lets you select focus and depth of field after you shoot. Show More Summary
It’s increasingly clear that mobile devices, especially flagship smartphones, can offer a camera experience that’s on par with most point-and-shoot cameras. Some even approach DSLR territory. In fact, the iPhone has been the most popular camera on Flickr for years, with competing devices usually aiming to beat Apple’s benchmark. Show More Summary
Although DJI is certainly best-known for its quadcopters, it also makes the well-regarded Ronin stabilizing rig for use with DSLRs and cine cameras. Taking a page from that book, the company has now announced the much more compact Osmo...Show More Summary
Just when most people thought that mirrorless cameras were the natural next step from dSLRs, Light decided to think out …
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have better cameras than any of their predecessors, and early photo and video recording tests have proven that Apple is once again setting a new standard for smartphone photography. But the new iPhones aren’t better solely when it comes to photos, because videos are vastly improved as well. Show More Summary
On its way to putting a DSLR in your smartphone, Light says it can put one in your pocket if you have $1,700 to spend.
The Light L16 aims to bring DSLR quality to a pocket-sized device. Instead of offering just a single lens, it has 16 camera modules for different types of pictures, and 10 of them fire at the same time to create a 52mp image. Early adopters save $400. Gallery here.
DSLRs and interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras take great pictures, but they’re still not very easy to tote around every day. So most of us who like to take photos on a regular basis end up resorting…
How much would you be willing to pay for a pocketable camera that takes DSLR-quality pictures? Does $1,699 sound reasonable? A new company named Light is working on an Android-powered camera that features 16 lenses and sensors that work in unison to “capture more data in every shot,” resulting in computationally rendered 52-megapixel images. On top of [...]
The iPhone 6s shoots 4K video that, when downscaled, is superior to the 1080p video from a Nikon D750 DSLR setup costing between $3,000 and $4,000, according to a recent comparison.
Light's L16 is unlike any camera you've ever seen or used. The camera promises DSLR-quality photos without the heft of a DSLR or even a mirrorless camera. Right off the bat, you can see the L16 is a different kind of camera. There are...Show More Summary
The best-selling item in Amazon’s huge Camera & Camcorder Lens Bundles section isn’t a kit of fancy lenses for a Canon DSLR. It’s also not a lens bundle for a popular mirrorless camera from Sony. No, the best-selling package in Amazon’s Camera...Show More Summary
Fresh from showing how an iPhone 6s and a few cheap accessories can enable you to do a great photoshoot, Fstoppers’ Lee Morris has now put the iPhone 6s video capabilities up against a semi-pro Nikon D750 DSLR. The results are actually quite shocking, the iPhone 6s delivering much sharper results, as seen in the 200% […]
It’s no secret that the iPhone 6s is a pretty darn great camera, but how does it compare to a professional DSLR like the Nikon D750? In a recent 4K video shootout, YouTuber Lee Morris of Fstoppers decided to compare the two and, wouldn’t you know it, found that Apple’s next-gen handset pretty much owns the […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)