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We've added the Fujifilm X-A5 mirrorless camera to our 'Best Cameras under $500' buying guide. It's too new to be eligible for an award, but that may change when we get our hands on one.
"Above the polar bear" by Florian Ledoux -- SkyPixel Photo Contest 2017 Grand Prize winnerChinese drone-maker DJI and aerial photography website SkyPixel have announced the winners of the 2017 SkyPixel aerial photography contest, which was launched back in October. Winners span three categories—Landscape, Portrait, and Story—split between a "professional group" and "enthusiast group."The Grand Pr
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_4166512426","galleryId":"4166512426","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });The Panasonic GH5S is a heavily video-focused variant of the GH5, and we've already tested its video capabilities extensively. To complement our sample reels, we have a full sample gallery for your viewing pl
LG won't unveil the successor to the G6 at MWC in the final week of February; instead, the new device will be launched at a stand-alone event at a later point in time. However, there will still be some interesting news for mobile photographers from LG at the trade show. Namely, the Korean manufacturer will introduce a suite of AI technologies for its smartphones, with the 2018 version of the flag
If you thought you had a pretty good high-speed photography set-up, the new Phantom v2640 from Vision Research might make you think again. Using a 4-million-pixel sensor and a shortest ‘shutter speed’ of 142 nanoseconds, this new model from the scientific and industrial manufacturer can reach speeds of up to 6,600fps at full resolution, and can go even faster when the pixel-count is reduced.The l
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_5058069396","galleryId":"5058069396","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });We've had some time to shoot around with Panasonic's freshest interchangeable lens camera, the GX9. This rangefinder-style camera features a tilting EVF and a 20.3MP Four Thirds sensor with no low-pass filter
Chinese accessory and optical manufacturer Meike has posted a picture on its website of three lenses it intends to launch in the coming months. Two stills lenses are promised, a 50mm and a 25mm, as well as a 25mm designed for movie shooters.It is reported that the first will be a 50mm F1.7 for mirrorless systems—including the Canon EOS M mount—which is due in the middle of next month. A 25mm F2 s
Chitwan National Park, Nepal. iPhone 8 Plus in HDR mode.Photograph by Robert RoseRobert Rose has operated the Brant Photographers portrait studio in Bellevue, WA for almost 35 years. He is an active member and past president of the Bellevue Rotary Club, a service organization and part of Rotary International. In 2006, he founded The Rose International Fund for Children (TRIFC.org), a nonprofit ai
During a new 10-minute TED Talk, famed National Geographic aerial photographer George Steinmetz talks about his experiences photographing Africa while flying around in a motorized paraglider. This vantage point gives Steinmetz a unique look at the world below, including its various cultures and landscapes.The motorized paraglider is composed of a wing in the style of a parachute and a backpack mo
Photo by Markus SpiskeIn late 2016, more than 150 professionals sent a letter to camera makers requesting that they add encryption to their camera products. This encryption, as it does with other devices like smartphones, would help protect content on the camera and its media cards. "Without encryption capabilities," the letter explained, "photographs and footage that we take can be examined and

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