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The price is right: Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D Review

Key Features 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor 9-point autofocus system 1080/30p video capture Fixed 3" 920k-dot LCD ISO 100-6400, expandable to 12800 3 fps burst shooting Wi-Fi with NFC The Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D is an entry-level DSLR targeted toward first-time ILC users and smartphone upgraders. Show More Summary

Canon EOS 80D Camera Review

Gear Performance plus value equals one great DSLR The Canon EOS 80D is the perfect camera for those who want a great DSLR without the DSLR price…

Snap pro-quality photos with the Acesori 5 Piece Smartphone Camera Lens Kit - now 80% off

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Experienced shutterbugs with DSLR cameras have boatloads of lens options for capturing the moment. Unfortunately, smartphone photographers often get stuck with their one crummy lens, which means limited zoom and focus for their final image. Show More Summary

This is the $4 upgrade you should be giving to all your gear bags

Fiddling around with little zippers on bags can be a pain, especially when you’ve your camera in one hand, with a bag clenched between your knees trying to unzip it with your free hand. Caleb Pike of DSLR Video Shooter has a super cheap solution that not only helps to make this problem go a [...]Show More Summary

A Clever Camera Lens Travel Mug That Stirs Drinks With Just a Touch of a Button

6 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The Camera Lens Mug by Center Link Media is clever travel mug that looks exactly like a DSLR camera lens with the added novelty of a self-stirrer that activates with just the touch of a button. The mug is available for purchase via the Laughing Squid online store through June 29, 2016. This travel mug […]

Nikon releases new firmware for D5: Improves video and adds flicker reduction

Nikon has released new firmware for its flagship D5 DSLR. There are four main improvements included in firmware v1.10, which address some of the frustrations that we had with the D5 in our full review. Video Recording Upgrades: Movie...Show More Summary

Capture One Phase One 9.2 extends support to Pentax K-1 and Nikon D500

Phase One has updated its Capture One Pro software. Version 9.2 brings support for two notable new DSLRs: the Pentax K-1 and Nikon D500. The update also adds support for premium compacts in Canon's PowerShot G series as well as minor workflow enhancements. Show More Summary

Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D One of the most remarkable things about the Hasselblad X1D is its size. It is smaller than the average DSLR and only just as big as the larger Micro Four Thirds camera bodies – which is quite something for a medium format camera. Show More Summary

Hasselblad’s New Camera Costs $9,000, But It Sure Is Compact

Billed as the first mirrorless medium-format digital camera, the Hasselblad X1D is smaller than some full-frame DSLRs. The post Hasselblad's New Camera Costs $9,000, But It Sure Is Compact appeared first on WIRED.

Western Digital’s My Passport Wireless Pro lets you quickly back up your memory cards without a computer

Even if you shoot to two cards at once with a dual slot DSLR, one of the biggest issues that many location photographers face is that of creating backups when out in the field. I’ve long recommended the Western Digital My Passport Wireless as a self contained solution for such a need, but it can be painfully [...]Show More Summary

Canon’s new Video Creator Kits cost more than buying the components separately

Canon USA have announced an update to their Video Creator Kits offerings with two new kits containing their newest cameras, including the EOS 80D DSLR, and the EOS M3 mirrorless. The kits are designed to be an all-in-one solution for independent YouTube content creators who don’t want to have to figure out everything they need [...]Show More Summary

Hasselblad’s $9,000 X1D has the largest sensor ever put into a mirrorless camera

Hasselblad is one of the most venerable names in photography – its cameras have gone to the moon, after all – but some would argue the value of their $30,0000 cameras has been diluted by modern DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras, which continuously improve their image quality in much smaller, cheaper packages. Show More Summary

13 breath-taking images shot by a 20-year-old aerial drone photographer

A 20-year-old photographer from Sydney, Australia, is making his mark on a relatively nascent art form: aerial drone photography. Gabriel Scanu learned how to use a DSLR camera when he was 12, but picked up drone photography after his...Show More Summary

How to spawn clones of yourself in video with Adobe After Effects

As more DSLR owners shoot video, it’s natural that they’re going to start experimenting with visual effects. In this video from Tobias at Surfaced Studio, we’re shown how to clone ourselves in video footage using Adobe After Effects. While you might not want this exact effect in your own work, the video is still worth watching. In it, [...]Show More Summary

Pentax’s new film duplicator lets you digitise film from 35mm to 5×4 with your DSLR

The resurgence in film’s popularity in the last few years has been a wonderful thing.  Large format photography is only just starting to see the the kind of reawakening that 35mm experienced, but it is definitely making a comeback. For those that are already shooting 4×5, your life might be about to get a little easier [...]Show More Summary

Carrying your drinks is a snap with the Self-Stirring Camera Lens Mug - now $12.99

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

If you looked at this Self-Stirring Camera Lens Mug  without examining it too closely, it would absolutely pass for a real DSLR telephoto lens. But pop the cap off, and you’re looking at a custom insulated stainless steel interior capable of handling any hot or cold beverage you pour into it. Show More Summary

Don’t Miss Another Travel Photo Opportunity! (Sponsored)

(Sponsored by Borrowlenses) Interested in shooting high quality images and footage without the effort of lugging around a heavy DSLR? We suggest treating yourself to a mirrorless Sony A7 rental from to see what all the hype is about. Show More Summary

6 Things to Consider When Buying Your First DSLR Camera

Whether you’re completely new to the hobby of photography of you’re upgrading your equipment from a point-and-shoot camera, buying a DSLR is a great investment. But with so many options out there, how do you choose the right one? Every camera has so many specs and features that it’s hard to tell them apart. Show More Summary

6 Mistakes That Will Ruin Your DSLR & How to Avoid Them

So you want to get into photography, do you? You’ve gone ahead and bought your first entry-level DSLR along with one or two useful lenses. Maybe you’ve also watched some YouTube photography channels to learn the basics. Now you’re ready to start shooting. Show More Summary

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