Monthly Archives: November 2013

Firmware Friday: Canon Cinema EOS C300 update returns, Olympus and Fuji firmware arrives

    Right as the weekend arrives — and in the US, the post-Thanksgiving shopping weekend continues — we've got our regular Firmware Friday roundup for you. This week has been particularly active on the firmware front: We have news … Continue reading

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Fujifilm announces firmware updates for its X-series cameras

    Fujifilm announces upcoming firmware updates for several of its X-system cameras. A new firmware version for the X-Pro 1 flagship model will be released on December 5th, with firmware updates for the X-E1, X-E2 and X100s models coming … Continue reading

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Toda Seiko announces its first interchangeable lens for X-mount cameras

    For many photographers, the words “Made in Japan” on a lens have almost religious significance. With the move by many camera manufacturers to manufacture their products outside of Japan where labor is less expensive, those three magic words … Continue reading

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Stylish time-lapse shows another side to one of the world’s most built-up cities

    Think of Hong Kong, and the picture in most people's minds is probably of the city itself: built-up, densely populated, teeming with life, activity and neon signs. There's another side to Hong Kong, though, one most tourists don't … Continue reading

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6K aerial footage shows us what the Red Dragon can do (VIDEO)

    The Red Epic Dragon is the current king of Red's lineup of impressive cinema devices. Capable of delivering 6K video, it's already wowed us with its impressive dynamic range. But to really put it through its paces (and try … Continue reading

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MIT 3D sensor can track transparent, moving objects

    A new breakthrough in imaging technology from MIT could allow for more accurate 3D tracking and sensing, and tackle the thorny problem of how to detect transparent objects — all with a camera that costs just $500. This … Continue reading

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Nikon DF First Shots and Lab Notes:

    Nikon made a splash last month when it announced the Nikon DF, a full-frame DSLR whose design takes you back in time to the film days, merging the control-rich aesthetic of F-series film cameras with modern digital design. … Continue reading

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