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Nikon D7500 Review: The Best DSLR Under $1,500

The Nikon D7500 is an advanced-enthusiast DX-format camera that impresses with its top-notch image quality and blazingly fast performance.

Zoom, artificial bokeh and other phone camera features now figure in DxOMark’s tests

Testing cameras is what DxOMark does, but while many DSLRs and mirrorless systems have remained more or less the same for the last decade, one can hardly say the same for mobile phones. Dual lenses, optical zoom and more are now marquee features and as such need special testing setups and scoring benchmarks — which is what DXOMark just added to the mix. Read More

Nikon's D850 Is Stealing Some Of The Mirrorless Camera's Best Features

DSLR cameras, the big bulky Nikon and Canon cameras you see photographers and your cousin Mimi rocking at weddings, aren't going to go away any time soon, but mirrorless cameras, like the excellent Sony A9, have gotten good enough to make the Nikons and Canons of the world scared. Show More Summary

Deal: DSLR Learning Bundle

Don’t know your ISO from your aperture? Sign up for this series of online lessons, which will have you going from DSLR zero to DSLR hero in days. You’ll start off with the basics, and by the end, will be shooting pics like a pro. Save 93% in The Awesomer Shop.

Zhiyun’s new Crane-2 gimbal features 7lb load capacity and remote follow focus

Well, this is pretty awesome news. Zhiyun have updated its 3-axis motorised handheld gimbal for DSLRs & mirrorless. To be clear, this is the “Crane-2”, it is not “Crane v2”, which is a revision of the original Crane. I know, it’s confusing, but that’s what it is. Show More Summary

Camera Lens Coasters Keep Coffee Rings Out Of Your Photography Studio

If you're a photography enthusiast who still hauls around a heavy DSLR and a bag full of glass, you've probably got one of those clever camera lens mugs sitting on your desk. But a photography studio is the last place you want to spill coffee, so these matching camera lens coasters will help keep stains off your sets. More »      

How The Handmaid’s Tale breathed new life into a tired cinematic trick

With the rising ubiquity of DSLR cameras over the last decade, budding filmmakers have discovered (and subsequently exploited) the freedoms allowed by the full frame sensor. As theNerdwriter points out in his latest video essay, creating a super shallow depth of field has become the go-to technique for giving your… Read more...

Canon's EOS M100 Is Another Apathetic Attempt At A Mirrorless Camera

Interchangeable lens shooters such as the Sony A9 are evidence that mirrorless cameras can not only compete at the highest levels of photography, but they're probably also the eventual successors to DSLRs. So you'd assume that a company like Canon would have made strong inroads into the mirrorless market by now. Show More Summary

These Plush Lens Pillows Are Awesome, Ask Any DLSR Owner

If you’re anything thing like me, you might be an amateur photographer who loves to show off their DSLR whenever possible. For that reason, you can’t let people forget that

Everything You Need to Know About DSLR Zoom Lenses

When upgrading a camera, one of the biggest choices you have to make is whether to invest in prime or zoom lenses. Primes are sometimes thought of as being more appealing to enthusiasts, but zoom lenses have their place too. You just need to know what you’re getting, and where their strengths and weaknesses lie. Show More Summary

How to Get ‘Depth Effect’ in Photos on any iPhone or Android

iPhone 7 can take stunning photographs even in portrait mode. If you click a photo with portrait mode, then it will add depth of field effect to it. Of course, you need an iPhone7 or a DSLR or a similar camera to click photos with this kind of effect. Show More Summary

Nikon’s new D850 DSLR features an entirely Nikon designed sensor

One of the biggest pieces of D850 speculation floating around the Internet the last few days seems to be about the sensor. Specifically, who makes it. And no, it’s not Sony. Nikon have actually designed their own sensor for the D850, according to a Q&A session with Imaging Resource. Show More Summary

7,000 Free Photography Tutorials – Here’s our Best 20!

This week on dPS we published our 7,000th post here on the Digital Photography School blog. I started this site back in April 2006 because my friends – who had all just bought new DSLRs – kept asking me the same questions about how to use their new gear to its potential. Show More Summary

This device lets you use your phone as an external HDMI monitor with any camera

The idea of streaming liveview from your phone to your camera is not a new one. I’ve been doing it over USB and WiFi now with my Nikon DSLRs to qDslrDashboard for a while now. Other solutions, such as the TetherTools Case Relay. But, both of these systems are quite limited. Show More Summary

Nikon reveals D850 full-frame DSLR megapixel monster

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Nikon is about to unleash its latest high resolution full-frame DSLR, the D850. As well as boasting a monstrous 47.5 megapixel count, the prosumer camera is also a quick snapper, features 153-point AF, can handle 4K video, and promises...Show More Summary

Nikon D850 officially announced: 4K UHD video, 8K timelapse, US price $3,300

Nikon D850 is finally here. After the leaked specs and photos, here comes the official announcement from Nikon, along with the detailed specs and the price. The D850 is Nikon’s first DSLR with a backside illumination CMOS sensor. Together...Show More Summary

Nikon D850, a thoroughly modern dSLR - CNET

3 weeks agoTechnology : CNET: News

The D850's body remains relatively unchanged from the D810 but there are some notable enhancements.

GodoxPhoto mobile app offers flash control for your DSLRs & Mirrorless cameras

Well, this is a pretty cool and interesting development from the Godox camp. There’s a new firmware out for each of the five Godox X1T triggers. Five, because there’s one each for Nikon, Canon, Sony, Fuji and Olympus/Panasonic. Releasing...Show More Summary

How to Take Photos of the Solar Eclipse - Experts Weigh In!

The 2017 Solar Eclipse is set to sweep across North America in just a few hours, and many are wondering if they can take photos with their cellphone. “It’s one of the most challenging things to photograph, even with a good DSLR camera,” Andrew Symes, an astronomy photographer, told Time magazine. “It’s challenging because the [...]

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