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Using an ultra-slow-motion camera that records at 24,000 frame-per-second, researchers with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPLF) were able to capture a pulse of light as it bounced between a series of aligned mirrors.According to EPFL School of Engineering's Advanced Quantum Architecture Laboratory head Edoardo Charbon, the MegaX camera behind this new video is the by-prod
Photo: Dan BracagliaBack in the 1990's virtually every camera manufacturer produced a line (or multiple lines) of premium autofocusing pocket cameras. Many of these cameras packed excellent optics and great metering into impossibly small, easy-to-use bodies, making them perfect for capturing spontaneous moments.These days, with the resurgence of interest in film photography, these premium compact
Nikon has announced an introductory trade-in offer for photographers interested in Nikon's new entry-level full-frame mirrorless Z5 camera. From now through one month following the Z5's August 27, 2020 release date, customers will be able to trade-in any working camera from any brand and save $100 USD on the Z5, in addition to the trade-in value of their camera. This deal is available retroactive
Atomos has announced the full firmware update for its Ninja V monitor/recorder that enables 5.9K ProRes Raw video capture from a Panasonic S1H.It’s been just one week since the pre-release beta firmware was released alongside Panasonic’s S1H 2.1 firmware update, but the full version is up and ready to go. The full firmware update enables Ninja V units to record 12-bit ProRes Raw video over HDMI a
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_3022925854","galleryId":"3022925854","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });Sigma's 100-400mm F5-6.3 for full-frame Sony mirrorless (and L-mount cameras) offers quite a bit of reach for under $1000. It's a bit slower than some of Sony's own E-mount telephoto zooms, but it's a compara
Testing conducted in Seattle by our Technical Editor Richard Butler. Real-world production experiences by Jordan Drake: the director and editor of many of our ‘DPRTV’ videos.Originally published Aug 3, updated Aug 6: conclusions and analysis revised based on additional experience with the cameraIf you have any interest in cameras, you may have witnessed the heated discussions lately around the ne
Unsplash, a website that enables anyone to share high-quality images under a Creative Commons Zero license, has announced the release of what it says is the 'most complete high-quality open image dataset ever.' The dataset contains more than 2,000,000 images, according to Unsplash, which sourced the images from more than 200,000 photographers around the world.An image dataset is a collection of i
The $400 Viltrox 85mm F1.8 lens is a popular choice for Sony E and Fujifilm X users due to its compelling blend of performance and value. Owners have remarked that the lens delivers sharp image quality even when shot wide open. It now appears that wide open can be made even wider with a firmware update allowing the lens to become an F1.6 prime.Photographer Stefan Malloch has published a video tut
The first trailer for the forthcoming Pete Souza documentary, The Way I See It, has been released, providing a glimpse into what we can expect from the feature-length documentary.Pete Souza has served as Chief Official White House Photographer under two presidents, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. Between his tenure at those positions, as well as his time as a photojournalist, he’s captured some o
Your average consumers use — almost exclusively — the cameras inside their smartphones for picture taking these days. Professionals use big black cameras with even bigger lenses. Or, at least that's the perception most us have when thinking about camera use. But is this actually true?The analysts at Suite48Analytics have conducted a survey among a total of 881 professional photographers from Nort 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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