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Bag manufacturer Think Tank Photo has introduced a rolling case for lighting kit that it claims is the largest on the market. The Production Manager 50 is designed to hold a pair of studio-style heads with power packs, battery packs, dishes, umbrellas and... more

Ricoh has announced the opening of its latest competition aiming to attract app developers to create new applications for its Theta 360 camera. The company says it is looking for innovative and original apps and devices that are creative, have potential for the future and which have practical value to Theta users. The prize fund for the competition is five million Yen (about $45,000), with one million going to an overall winner who also gets a trip to Japan for the prize-giving... more

The New York Public Library has launched a new online tool called Photographers Identities Catalog (PIC), an interactive map with biographical data on more than 115,000 photographers, as well as... more

We've seen several rumors about the next iPhone generation coming with a dual-lens camera setup. Now it seems that, like image stabilization, this premium imaging feature will be available only in a larger model. Read more

We've been working behind the scenes for the last few weeks on one of the most-requested changes to - the option to switch to a lighter color scheme with white background. Today we're pleased to be able to launch the first phase of this project as a public beta. It doesn't yet include every page on the site (we've concentrated on the text-heavy articles, news, homepage and reviews sections), but we will continue to work until we have as near to 100% coverage as possible.... more

The pursuit of a “unique” shot is an obsession for some, not the least of all because many people think unique photos no longer exist. Everything, they say, has been done. Well… not everything.

“As photographer Dan Vojtech demonstrated in a recent photo... more

When it comes to macro photography, DIY solutions for would-be macro shooters looking to get better results without emptying their wallets aboundfrom reverse lensing, to DIY macro tubes, to... more

There is a big craze for Sony full frame (FF) mirrorless cameras at the moment, and seeing people rush onto that bandwagon is like watching lemmings following each other over the cliff.

Many fanboys can be heard triumphantly declaring the victory of FF mirrorless over the DSLR, but like George W. Bushs declaration of mission accomplished this triumphalism is grossly premature. I am allowed to say this because I am a Sony FF mirrorless owner after I too was... more

Key Features
  • 20.1MP 1"-type BSI CMOS sensor
  • F2.8-5.9, 25-250mm equiv. lens
  • Depth from Defocus AF
  • 4K/UHD video capture
  • 3" touchscreen LCD
  • 1.2M-dot equiv. EVF
  • Post Focus / 4K Photo functions
  • Wi-Fi

As the 1"-type enthusiast compact market has grown over the last 2 years, there has been a noticeable gap in the market. There were small, standard zoom (24-70mm) models and long zooms (24-... more

It came out first in 1940, when Europe was plunged into war but America was enjoying the dying days of calm before the storm. It was Kodaks new black-and-white film, designed to be shot on location. The only problem was, it was only available in large format.

Fourteen years later, it came out in 35mm and 120 and quickly became a staple of news photographers and photojournalists; a monochrome film that could be pushed and pushed and pushed again, creating... more