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Apple got so much right when it launched the M1 Max MacBook Pro in 2021 that it didn't need to do much to make a compelling successor other than beef up the performance. And, honestly, that's exactly what the company did in the M2 Max MacBook Pro.

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An anonymous artist has used artificial intelligence (AI) to "time travel" and take selfies in the past.

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A North Korean uranium mine used to help make nuclear bombs has partially collapsed with satellite photos showing the extent of the damage.

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Image credit: Cosina

Cosina has announced it will soon offer its Voigtlnder Nokton 50mm F1 Aspherical with a native Z-mount for full-frame and APS-C Nikon mirrorless camera systems. The lens appears to be a re-mounted versions of the... more

Irix's new Matte Box IQ uses an extremely lightweight design, supports the use of the company's magnetic filters, and also can be adapted to fit on lenses of various sizes.

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Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, has admitted that the platform that once claimed it was no longer a photo-sharing app made a mistake and pushed video too hard to its users last year.

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YouTuber and software engineer Theo from t3.gg has called out RED for preventing other companies from making cameras that can compress video captured in 4K RAW or higher.

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An urban explorer photographer has revealed the "craziest" things he has come across while photographing abandoned spaces.

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There are many hybrid cameras on the market, but it seems as if only a few offer shutter angle while shooting video, a feature that can be indispensable.

Photo: Jason Hendardy

When I think about what a hybrid camera should provide to the user, it may seem obvious to say that the camera in the simplest sense should be able to shoot... more

Research reveals that artificial intelligence (AI) generated deepfake faces look more real than genuine photos.

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