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Remember KitSentry? The security-focused camera bag ecosystem... more

Word that Hasselblad is making a powerful camera attachment for Lenovo’s Motorola Moto Z phones has been in the rumor mill for months, but today we’re getting our first substantial look at the unconfirmed MotoMod.

In case you’re behind, Motorola not-so-recently announced the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, modular... more

Imagine how crazy sharing a picture of your dinner with your friends would have been back in the 18th century? Actually you don’t have to imagine, IKEA did it for you in this tongue-in-check nod to sharing the perfect dinner shot.

The ad is part of IKEA’s latest ad campaign, and it’ll probably hit home with at least a few of you reading this. Whether you’re the long-suffering friend, like the daughter in the video, or the perpetrator, it’s a fun... more

Manfrotto has added depth of field preview, an intervalometer and time-lapse controls to the app that runs its Digital Director camera-remote-control and external monitor device. Version 2.1 of the app, that is now compatible with a wider range of iPad models, also brings auto playback so images can be displayed automatically after they are recorded, as well as exposure bracketing and a more precise focusing system. The new app makes it possible to download Raw images to transfer via Wi-Fi... more

Astropad, the app that turns your iPad into a graphics tablet for your Mac, has released its first major update. Astropad 2.0 comes with a range of improvements that allow for a more responsive drawing experience and increased compatibility with Mac software packages. The makers of the app claim the technology is so good that users are... more

While flying over the Puu Oo crater of the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island, Mick Kalber of Tropical Visions Video captured an unusual shot of what appears... more

I attended the Palm Springs Photo Festival last week for the first time. I have heard for years what a great event it is but never could get my schedule to work so that I could... more

The people from Lume Cube recently contacted us to do another review after it had been successfully launched. You can check our original coverage... more

Think Getty’s Canon DSLR arsenal at the Rio 2016 Olympics is impressive? Check out Canon’s official stockpile.

Canon has shared with PetaPixel that the company has brought over 1,500 lenses and over 950 DSLR bodies to the Olympic Games this year.

The Canon Professional Services (CPS) Depot at the games is a room filled from floor to ceiling with the Canon cameras, lenses, and accessories.

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