Monthly Archives: July 2014

Samsung NX3000 First Shots posted: Time to see just how well this sub-$500 APS-C camera stacks up

    The smallest APS-C ILC camera with a mode dial, lightweight and costing less than $500 with a kit lens, the Samsung NX3000 has drawn some attention with the enthusiast photographer crowd looking for a low-cost but capable back-up … Continue reading

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The Panasonic FZ1000 CAN output clean HDMI video

    The Panasonic FZ1000 is a still photography and video powerhouse, but there's been a lot of confusion over its ability to output “clean” HMDI. Thanks in great part to the efforts of Panasonic USA's National Training Manager, Mathew … Continue reading

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Finally some good news: Sony and Fujifilm report rising revenue from camera sales

For the past couple of years, the digital camera market was on a downward slope in both sales and revenue generated. This could mainly be attributed to the rising use of smartphones and consequent drop in sales of compact cameras, … Continue reading

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Learn how to create stunning astrophotography even in light-polluted areas

Photographing the night sky — also called astrophotography — is a challenging endeavor. Depending on what exactly it is you want to photograph — a specific constellation of stars, the milky way, another galaxy etc. — you first need to … Continue reading

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It’s your turn, America: Affordable Sony W810, WX220 compacts and rugged ActionCam AS20 land stateside

    America, it's time for you to do some catching up! Sony has today announced that three cameras announced quite some time ago in other markets will be coming here too: the Sony W810 and Sony WX220 compacts, and … Continue reading

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Adobe ships Lightroom 5.6, Camera Raw 8.6 Nikon D810, Panasonic GH4 and FZ1000 support

    A fortnight ago, we told you about new release candidate versions of Adobe's Photoshop Camera Raw and DNG Converter. Today, Adobe brings both to final release status, as well as a new Lightroom update. This last adds support … Continue reading

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The show must go on: Can Kodak movie film be saved at the urging of the Hollywood greats?

    Like it or not, digital imaging has erased film from most of our lives. There are still some who still hang onto film, though, whether for nostalgia or for its remaining benefits over digital. The same is true … Continue reading

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