Monthly Archives: January 2014

Firmware Friday: Focus and sensitivity tweaks for Olympus E-M5; bug fixes for high-end Canon camcorders

    After last week's generous selection of APS-C camera updates, things are quieter on the update front this Firmware Friday, at least for still cameras. We have one update to report on for the Olympus E-M5, and three updates … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes from Microsoft’s gigapixel artist panorama of Seattle (VIDEO)

    Last week, a gigapixel image of Seattle popped up online called Gigapixel ArtZoom. What seperated it from any other run-of-the-mill 20 gigapixel image of a major city was that scattered throughout the image were Seattle performers and artists, showing … Continue reading

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Miggo Kickstarters is a strap that transforms into a camera case

    The Miggo Kickstarter is an interesting concept—it takes two of the most common camera accessories, and manages to combine them into one design that serves double duty. It's a combined camera strap and camera case, which, when you're done … Continue reading

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Facebook’s new Paper app will put content (including photos) front and center

    Facebook has freshly announced a new app for browsing through your news feed. Dubbed Paper, it looks to be a very different way of interacting with the things that people post on the social network. And a big … Continue reading

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Masters of chop and ‘shop: Seagull manages to plagiarize Getty, Leica

    When we first found out about Chinese manufacturer Seagull Digital, it didn't take us long to realize that there was something very familiar about the company's CK20 and CF100. Have you figured out what you're looking at? That's right, … Continue reading

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Sony FE 55mm F1.8 ZA Lab Test Report

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Awesome homemade video rig takes you on a journey to the Orion Nebula

    Take one physics professor. Add a Canon EOS 5D Mark II digital SLR, and a modified Canon EOS 450D (also known as a Rebel XSi in the US market). Throw in a pinch of Sigma 50-500mm APO zoom … Continue reading

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