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We're counting down our top 10 most popular sample galleries of 2017. Images in each of these galleries have been viewed more than 1 million times and it's no coincidence that the products featured are also some of our favorite pieces of gear released this... more

Instagram is making it easier for users to follow subjects they care about by introducing support for following hashtags. In its present form, Instagram only supports following accounts, but a new test some users have spotted extends this ability to individual hashtags, presenting the tagged content in the follower's feed.

The feature was first brought to light on Twitter, where social media consultant Pippa Akram posted this screenshot:... more

Despite the gigantic volume of second hand film bodies in existence there remains, it seems, a demand for new 35mm SLRs with a retro feel. The latest is what the manufacturer is calling a remake of the Ihagee Elbaflex, which was the name for Exakta cameras sold in West Germany during the late sixties and early seventies. This remake, however, comes with a Nikon F mount.

The... more

Motorola has officially announced its Polaroid Insta-Share Moto Mod, a small Polaroid instant printer that attaches directly to the back of the Moto Z smartphones.

The printer uses Polaroid's Zink ZERO-INK Paper to produce 2 x 3-inch prints, and has a physical button to launch the phone's camera. The printer also supports printing existing photos from Google... more

Mitakon has relaunched its Speedmaster 135mm F1.4 lens, now offering it in 7 mount options: Sony A, Sony E, Canon EF, Nikon F, Fujifilm G, Pentax K, and Leica L (the listing says Leica T). This Mitakon lens features an F1.4 to F16 aperture alongside a clickless manual focusing ring, 1.6 meter minimum focusing distance, 11 elements in 5 groups (including three large extra-low dispersion elements), and a... more

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Kodak first announced the rebirth of Ektachrome way back in January at CES. Along with Kodak Alariswho will distribute the 35mm Kodak Professional Ektachrome film for stills shootersthe company said it would bring back Ektachrome by the end of 2017... and then promptly stopped talking about it.

But if you were worried that Kodak... more

Back in September, we shared an 8K timelapse shot using the Nikon D850 in Iceland. Nikon has just released this new 8K time-lapse that shows what the D850 can do at night.

This 1.5-minute promo film is titled “Hercules Rising” and was shot by Dutch nature photographer Marsel van Oosten. An... more

Once you’ve matched the color tones in a composite photo, you can then move on to matching the saturation for proper realism. Here is a 5-minute tutorial from... more

Kimiko Nishimoto picked up a camera for the first time when she was 72 years old. 15 years later, the 89-year-old photographer is now receiving a good deal of attention in Japan for her photography.

Nishimoto is a talented still life photographer who captures... more

Youd have to be pretty brave to immerse your $50K RED cinema camera beneath the wavesor very sure of the quality of your underwater housing. Fortunately, underwater specialist Gates has been making housings for cinema cameras since 1969, and they just released their newest (not their first...) housing for RED cameras last week.

The new Pro Explore from Gates Underwater Products is designed for... more

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