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Last week, Samsung revealed its latest high-end smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9. The Note 9's camera hardware is identical to last year's Galaxy S9 Plus dual-camera, but we've already seen rumors of the 2019 Galaxy S10 Plus featuring a triple-camera.Next year's flagship is likely to be the first smartphone to combine a super-wide-angle and a tele-lens with the primary camera. The super-wide-angle i
Hands-on with the Pentax HD FA* 50mm F1.4The last time we saw the Pentax D FA* 50mm F1.4 it was an unfinished prototype at the CP+ show in Yokohama, back in March. Following some delays earlier this year (and a lot of patience from the Pentax faithful), it's finally shipping, and is available now for $1200.Check out our full gallery of samples from the Pentax HD FA* 50mm F1.4Now that the finished
Special 4K and 6K photo modes may be one of the most under-appreciated features on recent cameras. After all, with today's models boasting impressive performance and high frame rates, why would you need them? In this week's episode, Chris and Jordan take a closer look at these modes and explain why – and when – you'll be glad to have them on your camera.For more information check out our in-depth
At a high-profile launch event in New York, Samsung took the wraps off its much-leaked, next-generation Note device. The Galaxy Note 9 borrows the S9+'s 12MP dual-aperture dual-cam, with OIS in both rear cameras and an emphasis on AI-enhanced shooting modes. It's roughly the same size as its predecessor, though its 6.4" Super AMOLED "Infinity Display" is a touch larger than the Note 8's. Both rea
Leica has announced the Elpro 52, a new close-up converter lens for select Leica M and TL lenses.As its name suggests, the Elpro 52 can be screwed onto the front of any Leica M and TL lens that has a 52mm front filter thread. It also comes with stepping ring adapters so it'll work with 46mm and 49mm front filter threads as well, making it compatible with more than 20 different lenses.'The Leica E
Micro Four Thirds: ten years old this weekThere were no illustrations when the Micro Four Thirds concept was announced, so we had to draw our own.Ten years ago this week, Panasonic and Olympus announced the Micro Four Thirds format. And in doing so, prompted us to use the term 'mirrorless' for the first time.The rather corporate press release didn't necessarily spell out just how important a deve
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_0924439701","galleryId":"0924439701","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });Earlier this year Sigma announced nine full-frame Art-series primes would be made available for Sony E-mount. We recently got our hands on the 85mm F1.4 Art and put it through its paces on both an a7R III and
Storing camera gear seems to be a never-ending battle. Whether you want to admit to having too little space or too much gear, it almost always holds true that there are better ways to keep your gear organized.Ted Forbes of The Art of Photography has created a short video on DIY storage hacks for cameras and lenses. The video's title suggests Forbes mentions six different methods in 90 seconds, bu
Hashtags turn 10 years old (and counting)! August 23rd 2007: Chris Messina suggests the use of hash character just as in IRC in this tweet: how do you feel about using # (pound) for groups. As in #barcamp [msg]? — … Continue reading →
Aerial photos reveal California wildfire devastationImage via city of ReddingThe City of Redding's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division has published a series of aerial images showing the devastation caused by the ongoing Carr Fire in Shasta County, California. Located approximately 100 miles north of the Mendocino Complex fire, the Carr Fire has destroyed approximately 176,000 acres of

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