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Choosing a camera for wildlife photography used to mean selecting from a small group of professional-level DSLRs that had the speed and telephoto lens options needed to capture close-up views of fast-moving subjects. Today, there’s a much wider range of cameras that can meet the needs of wildlife photographers, including mirrorless systems that have some
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As imaging technologies advance, you’re probably taking more images and video than ever before. The fast, continuous shooting capabilities of today’s digital cameras along with their ability to record incredible high-resolution video open up so many creative possibilities for visual storytelling. Whether you’re a working professional or an adventurous photographer who’s ready to travel to
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I wanted to see if it was possible to turn a dead SX-70 camera into a functioning digital camera without significantly modifying it’s outward appearance. I had no idea if this was reasonably doable but I set out to give it a try. Editor’s note: The longer, original version of this article was originally published
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SANDMARC has announced its new Anamorphic Lens for iPhone. Designed with professional mobile filmmaking in mind, the lens allows users to capture movie-style ultra-wide aspect ratios. Each lens is made with multi-element, multi-coated, anti-reflective glass. It captures additional horizontal information by squeezing the image. Then by “stretching out” the images in post, ultra-wide shots result.
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Lensbaby today announced its new OMNI Creative Filter System, a set of tools for adding beautiful in-camera effects to your shots. It’s the fun of shooting through various objects with the reproducibility of using lens filters. “The OMNI System offers control and repeatability when shooting through crystals and other objects engineered by Lensbaby to create
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[embedded content] If you’re in the market for a desktop computer or laptop to do some serious photography work on, you might want to watch this 10-minute video first. Tech presenter Linus Sebastian of Linus Tech Tips explains why the thermals of Apple’s Mac products generally make them perform slower than rival PC equivalents on
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To avoid the dreaded “camera notch” interrupting smartphone screens, some manufacturers have begun introducing pop-up or flip-up selfie cameras. But, thankfully, the future looks like it will be more elegant with the introduction of cameras hidden under the displays themselves. The Chinese smartphone makers Oppo and Xiaomi have both shared short videos showing their respective
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