Action camera maker GoPro's offerings have proven very popular with videographers looking to document some fairly extreme sports, but there's another market niche which has popped up over the last few years that the company may not have been anticipating. Now, it looks set to take advantage of that opportunity.
The rise of affordable multicopters — drones, in mainstream media parlance — has seen a large number of photo and video fans taking to the skies, and wanting a camera along for the trip. It turns out that the GoPro…
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This tip is pretty simple. Shoot your Christmas card while it’s snowing.
It seems obvious, I know, but trust me, it’s easy to watch the snow come and go and not hop to when you need to. Those truly gorgeous snow falling moments really don’t last all that long. I’m just giving you the heads up here, so that if it snows at your house any time soon it just may be on your radar, and you can knock off your Christmas card photo. Real falling snow looks great on cards.
Keep in mind that the snowflakes are going to show up better…
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Black Friday is here! We've searched high and low for the best camera, lens & photo deals for Black Friday in order to distill them to this one page. We'll update this page hourly today so this is the most up-to-date source on the web. Bookmark this link and check back often for the best Black Friday deals!
Updates, Nov. 28, 9am
Hasselblad Stellar @ $999 (compare to $3,299.99)
Panasonic FZ200 @ $297.99 ($300 off! compare to $597.99)
Panasonic TS5 @ $219 (compare to $349)
Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM Lens @…
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If you are so inclined to shoot the Everyone Around the Thanksgiving Table photo this Thanksgiving, here are a few tips you may find helpful:
Turn off your flash. This is mandatory. If you don’t, the folks close to you will be overexposed, and everyone at the far end of the table will be in relative darkness. Turn off the flash.
Turn up your ISO. The room is probably going to be dimly lit, and turning up your ISO sensitivity will help you use a faster shutter speed. But faster is a relative term here. You…
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Finally, another of my interviews from Photokina sees the light of day!
Profuse apologies to all our readers that we're only just now getting another of my interviews published from the Photokina trade show in Cologne, Germany, back in mid-September. Things are always hectic here at IR, especially in the Fall when new models are announced and become available for testing, but this year has been particularly so, for myself especially. Between the flood of new models…
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A week ago, Sony Japan gave us a surprise announcement with the unveiling of the Sony A7 II, a full-frame compact system camera that improved upon its earlier A7 mirrorless with a groundbreaking five-axis sensor shift stabilization system, an improved, more durable design and plenty more besides.
What we didn't know at the time was what the company planned for the US market: Although some other markets provided pricing and availability info, there was no comment on either topic for the camera here in the States. Until now, that…
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