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Now that we've spent some time with Panasonic's video-centric Lumix DC-GH5S, we've added it to our 'Best Cameras for Video' and 'Best Cameras over $2000' buying guides. When our review of the GH5S is complete and if we think it's the best camera in one or both of those groups the guides will be updated again.

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What do you get when you pair an extremely high-end cinema camera with an extremely low-end still photography lens? LA-based filmmaker Gene Nagata of... more

The Fotorgear Magilight is a new all-in-one light painting stick that aims to be “the easiest and most professional tool to improve your light painting photography.” Incredibly, the project blew past its $... more

Apple sparked worldwide controversy and issued an apology in December 2017 after it admitted that the company has been quietly throttling performance in aging iPhones in order to prevent the weakened batteries from causing unexpected restarts. Apple has now... more

Accessories manufacturer Meike has released details of a new grip it will be selling for the Sony a9 and a7R lll bodies that can hold two batteries and double as a remote control.

The Meike MK-A9 Pro Battery Grip is designed to make vertical shooting more comfortable, and comes fitted with a shutter release, two custom buttons, an AF button, a joystick and two control wheels... more

Photographer and filmmaker Peter McKinnon's Canon 1DX Mark II recently took a tumble while he was out on an ATV ride. But rather than let this obviously traumatic experience scar him, he decided to use it as an opportunity. Before sending his camera to Canon for repair, he decided to disassembled the $6,000 DSLR himself... on video.

The teardown takes viewers through the careful process of removing the camera's... more

You see the crowd cheering, but you don’t hear a single word. You’re not punched in the chest by every firework explosion that goes off in Central Park. It’s the calmest chaos I’ve ever experienced in my life…

When you’re a native New Yorker, there are certain things you just don’t do. New Yorkers have never been to the Statue Of Liberty, we never been to the top of the Empire State Building, and we never go to Times Square…... more

A friend recently posted an X-ray of his ankle replacement on Facebook, which led me to wonder who owns the copyright to that image?

In the U.S., HIPAA (Health Insurance portability and... more

An Ohio couple is publicly accusing a wedding photographer of “fat-shaming” them after discovering that some of their engagement photos had been Photoshopped without their consent to make them look skinnier.

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Apple's iPhone slowdown controversy has reached what seems like its final stage last night, when Tim Cook announced in an exclusive interview with ABC News that the company would give users the option to keep their older iPhones running at full speed, even once the battery had become, in Cook's words, 'unhealthy.'

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