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It seems Lytro has a new formidable competitor in the area of light field cameras. Google revealed today that it has created a rotating arc of 16 GoPro cameras arranged vertically to experiment with light fields.While a 360-degree camera allows you to look in different directions in virtual reality, a light field camera gives you a much more realistic sense of presence because you can move your h
• Click here to read our Panasonic GX850 Review Conclusion • While Panasonic has changed the naming format in some markets, including the United States, the GX850 is very much a GF-series camera (it's the GF9 in Japan, for example). This means that the GX850 continues the GF-series trend of being a small, compact mirrorless camera with some high-end features despite its very afforda
Scroll through your photo news feeds this morning, and you'll get a lot of "Canon manager confirms: Canon is shifting focus from SLRs to mirrorless" type headlines. But you may want to wait before you grab your hammer and smash that piggy bank in anticipation of new high-end mirrorless option from Canon, because the 'manager' in question confirmed no such thing.The reports we're seeing are based
CP+ 2018: Nikon's space camerasNikon has a long history of making cameras for use in outer space. A small exhibition at this year's CP+ show in Yokohama showcases some of the company's most famous models.First up is a Nikon Photomic FTN, adapted for use on the Apollo 15 mission to the moon. Although it looks much like a conventional FTN, this modified version features a thicker body shell, NASA-s
As the weekend crowds descend upon the CP+ expo here in Yokohama, Japan, I decided to roam the show floor to uncover some interesting tidbits, hands-on, and other news that may have gotten lost in the shuffle with this past week's bevy of announcements -- from both CP+ and WPPI! Sony's 400mm f/2.8... exists! First up will be of noted interest to Sony sports and wildlife photographers: the
Fossum's team has created a prototype chip with a variety of pixel designs and readout methods. This included combinations with sufficiently low read noise to allow individual photons to be counted.The future could include sensors that perfectly describe the light in the scene, that offer new computational possibilities and give film-like latitude in the highlights. And yet we may not ever see th
Cinema camera maker RED and Foxconn (best known for manufacturing the iPhone) have announced that they’re teaming up to create affordable professional-grade cinema cameras for the general public. Nikkei reports that the two companies are aiming to slash both price tags and the physical size of cameras.“We will make cameras that will shoot professional-quality films in 8K resolution bu
We've seen a number of videos of Ben Horne as he shot in Zion National Park and it's fascinating to see a large format film photographer at work. In his latest video, he is in a very different location, Death Valley. Like Zion, it's a place that Horne has visited before. Of Death Valley, he says it's a place that "forces you to work for every photo, but hard work alone doesn't
Johnnie Behiri of cinema5D was recently invited to a private tour of the Fujifilm and Fujinon factory in Sendai, Japan, where Fujifilm cameras and lenses are manufactured. While there, he shot this 4-minute video showing what goes on inside the facility.“This factory is responsible for making the FUJINON MK lenses, X-T2 camera and GFX 50S camera and lenses,” Behiri writes at cinema5D.
We've added the Fujifilm X-A5 mirrorless camera to our 'Best Cameras under $500' buying guide. It's too new to be eligible for an award, but that may change when we get our hands on one. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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