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In 2011, Olympus was rocked by a financial scandal after it fired its British CEO who had raised questions about over $1 billion in questionable “acquisitions” between 2006 and 2008. As the truth was uncovered, seven Olympus... more

Need a dose of inspiration for your aerial drone imagery? This 3-minute film of drone footage from Hong Kong-based production companyVisual Suspectwill provide it. It was shot by fixing the drone’s camera on a... more

Being a professional photographer used to mean carrying around heavy SLRs and medium-format camera, tripods and cumbersome accessories. As cameras have evolved to become smaller and smaller, those days are over.

Panasonic was a pioneer in the mirrorless camera market, and over the past decade its G and GH-series cameras have been adopted by a wide range of photographers, including professionals in various different fields. In a new video by filmmaker Griffon Hammond, professional... more

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Weve come to expect less from iOS software on the iPad compared to desktop applications because, in most cases, theyre mobileand mobile has traditionally meant limited. A lot of that has been due to hardware: even as the iPads main processors improved, most models included a minimal amount of RAM that made it difficult to pull off... more

This article was originally published on Luminous Landscapes, and is being republished in full on DPReview with express permission from Terry McDonagh.

In January of last year, I was commissioned to shoot some dramatic action shots of an Olympic sailor;... more

Sony's replacement of its popular a7R II comes packed with new features, most of them aimed at performance, ergonomic and autofocus improvements. But there are image quality improvements as well, like more dynamic range, but also a new Pixel Shift feature that hasn't yet been talked about much.

Cameras with sensor-shift mechanisms are increasingly... more

Here’s a 9-minute hands-on field test of the Fujifilm GFX 50S by photographer... more

The photojournalists traveling in the White House Travel Pool aren’t happy with how much access (or lack thereof) they’re being given at an economic conference being attended by President Trump in Vietnam, and one photographer has taken to Twitter to protest… by publishing a black box as a “photo.”

“This what our APEC Summit photo coverage looks today in Da Nang Vietnam,” writes New York Times photojournalist... more

Orlando International Airport received a scare yesterday when some travelers heard what appeared to be a loud gunshot. After the commotion had settled down, it turns out that one person’s lithium ion camera battery had exploded.

Local ABC news station... more

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