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Nikon D5 and D500 Push the Boundaries of DSLR

CES 2016 saw the announcement of two important DSLRs from Nikon, including an update to its flagship line, as well as an almost mythical product many had given up hope of ever seeing: a true D300 replacement.

The newly announced D5 is Nikon's top-of-the-line professional DSLR, with a 20.8MP full frame... more

Nikon D5 and D500 Push the Boundaries of DSLR

CES 2016 saw the announcement of two important DSLRs from Nikon, including an update to its flagship line, as well as an almost mythical product many had given up hope of ever seeing: a true D300 replacement.

The newly announced D5 is Nikon's top-of-the-line professional DSLR, with a 20.8MP full frame sensor capable... more

If you ever visit Antarctica in the summer, you’ll find yourself in a place where there’s 24 hours of sunlight in a day. Instead of setting in the horizon and ushering in the night, the Sun “bounces” on the horizon and rises up again — it’s a bounce that can be captured in a series of photos captured through a day.

UK physician Eoin Macdonald-Nethercott has been working at the ESA’s Concordia research base in Antarctica. While there, he... more

Here’s a short 3-minute video by Australian photographer Pete Leong on how you can set your flash and camera settings to illuminate portrait subjects while a bright sun is in the background back-lighting them.

“Although I’m using a... more

Fujifilm helped popularize the retro camera aesthetic with its X-series line of cameras, and the next generation will continue that trend. The company is set to announce a set of new models later this month, and now photos and specs of one of them, the X70, have leaked ahead of the unveiling.

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Camera drones have exploded onto the scene in the past few years, and they’re being used by photographers around the world as a cheap and easy way to obtain aerial photos and videos. But what if you want both the convenience of a drone and the joy of being able to see and shoot things from the air with your own eyes and camera?

That’s where something like the... more

If the only things you care about in a digital camera are novelty and thinness, then the “Paper Like a Digital Camera” is for you. It’s a retro-styled toy camera that measures just 6mm thick thanks to its barebones construction — it’s essentially a set of tiny camera components sandwiched between paper parts.

The front and back of the 6.8x2x0.6cm camera are held together by a pair of plastic nuts and screws. There’s an LED light for... more

After launching its peer-to-peer camera gear rental network back in 2013, CameraLends is now pushing into new territory: mobile.

The startup just launched an iPhone app... more

It seems that there’s finally some resolution in the curious legal battle between PETA and a photographer over whether a monkey owns the copyright to the viral selfies he shot back in 2011.

A federal judge in San Francisco said yesterday that he’s... more

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