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Our first Firmware Friday roundup of the year arrives a week later than usual, with no new releases having landed over the New Year's period. This week, though, we have news to report from Fujifilm, Panasonic and Sony, with the latter in particular having some exciting new features on offer. Let's get right down to what's new, starting off with Sony's big news! Sony Alpha A9 Firmw
Our Firmware Friday roundup this week is a tale of three companies: Canon, Panasonic and Sony. (So if their products aren't among your stable and you don't enjoy a vicarious peek at what's going on with other brands, you can move on to another article now. We'd recommend our just-published Canon G1X III First Shots as being of particular interest.) Canon and Sony's updates are
This week, our Firmware Friday roundup is dominated by big news from the folks at Yi Technology. They've just released an update for the Yi M1 -- colloquially known as the Yi Camera -- and it's a biggie, bringing with it a bunch of improvements which should make for a more satisfying shooting experience. We also bring news of updates for the Olympus TG-5 compact, Sony's FE 70-200 mm F
A year and a half after launching the Kindle Oasis as the thinnest and lightest (and most expensive) of its e-readers, Amazon is back with a follow-up. The 2017 model slims down even more while offering a bigger 7-inch screen, and adds bonus features like water resistance and audiobook support...Continue Reading Amazon's flagship Kindle Oasis is now bigger, cheaper, and waterproof tooCategory
A few months ago, we kicked off our review of the Nikon D7500 as we put it through its first round of our comprehensive battery of lab tests. This was followed by several real-world field tests that saw the D7500 shooting in day and night, in stills and videos -- heck even above ground and below. And over the last couple of weeks, we've rounded things out with our image quality comparison and
"Today we're going to tell you everything that went wrong with Raw Data," said Survios design director Mike McTyre, alongside Survios CT Alex Silkin at VRDC Fall 2017 today. ...
Our second Firmware Friday roundup of September is absolutely epic, with news not just of updates to 14 different pieces of imaging hardware, but also six software packages that are either updated or newly-developed. And this time around, it's Fuji and Nikon we have to thank for the bulk of the news, with the former responsible for the bulk of the firmware news, and the latter for the majorit
As summer reaches its end and we head into fall, the first weekend of September is here, and with it, our regularly-scheduled Firmware Friday post. This week's roundup is a bit of an unusual one, though, as we've already told you of the week's biggest news, and the bulk of what we have to discuss is actually software, rather than firmware. But be that as it may, let's get right do
Another week has gone by, and once more we bring you our regular Firmware Friday roundup. This week, we have news of new firmware for six cameras and two lenses from Sigma, as well as a new version of the company's related Photo Pro software package. We've also just stumbled on updates for five closely-related Panasonic camera models which slipped by unnoticed a month or so back. And to r
When Samsung left, it left quietly. I was reminded recently by a senior executive that the company never announced that it was officially exiting the camera industry, but even so, right now the chances of us ever seeing an NX2 seem pretty slim. Which is a shame, because the NX1 was a great camera, and a rumored full-frame NX2 might have been just the shot in the arm that the camera industry badly


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