We've seen some fairly unusual digital camera form factors over the years, but Casio's EXILIM TR series — which launched back in 2011 with the Casio TRYX — has to rank as one of the most unusual of the bunch. The company may just have topped the TRYX, though, with the announcement of the Casio EXILIM EX-FR10.
This unusual 14-megapixel camera consists of separate, dockable lens and display modules that can be used to provide a remote viewfinder image, shoot with lens and monitor pointing in the same direction for selfies,…
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We've just taken the wraps off our latest lens review over on SLRgear, the Olympus 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ. It seems Olympus has been in a continual development cycle for the kit lens of its cameras: the Olympus 14-42mmEZ lens is no less than the seventh lens they have designed in this category since they started designing for digital, and the third in the M.Zuiko series in particular.
Olympus has continued to refine the design of this lens, making it even smaller and more automated than previously. The lens in particular saves…
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After a couple of weeks with no firmware news, Firmware Friday is back with all guns blazing, as no less than seven DSLRs from Nikon and Pentax receive updates, and Leica promises three more for its cameras will be arriving shortly.
We'll start with Nikon, whose six updates this week dominate the roundup Of these, by far the most significant is for the pro-oriented Nikon D4S, which has now received version C:1.10 firmware. And boy, what an update it is — this one is massive, with many bug fixes and tweaks to the camera's…
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Looking for an affordable fisheye lens for your Nikon 1-series compact system camera? If so, the folks at Nikon Rumors have spotted one that might be of interest given a list price of just US$200 and the magical words “Made in Japan”.
The Rokinon 7.5mm f/8 RMC fisheye lens doesn't appear on the company's own website, and seems to have been introduced in ninja stealth mode, with no official announcement that we can find. It sports a metal lens barrel and four all-glass elements, and has a manual-focus design. As a fisheye with a…
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Just in time for the start of our Nikon D810 review Shooter's Reports, French software company DxO Labs has released an update supporting the camera in its flagship application, DxO Optics Pro. The update to Optics Pro v9.5.2 not only adds support for raw files shot with the D810, but also brings minor bug fixes and resolution for an issue when processing images whose XMP sidecars contained special characters. And as usual, there are a raft of new optics modules supporting various camera body and lens combinations.
But it's the…
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Cloud storage services have been interesting for photographers on the go for quite a while now, but with storage prices plummeting the way they do, there will soon be no more need to carry an external hard drive around. The latest service to cut its prices (and up its included storage capacity) is Dropbox, who is now offering its Pro subscribers a whopping 1TB of cloud storage for a mere $9.99 per month.
This brings Dropbox in line with other cloud storage services such as Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive, who have been offering similar plans for a while…
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