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Today we’re going to take a look at two film cameras. We have the Pentax 645nII and the Contax 645: two of the last medium format film bodies ever produced, and the two most popular go-to cameras for wedding shooters who are still shooting film.There are lots of reasons why this is the case. While they don’t have fancy Eye autofocus or anything like that, they both have pretty good autofocu
The cameras haven’t even his the shelves of retailers yet and already Atomos has announced its Ninja V monitor/recorder will support ProRes RAW recording over HDMI on Nikon’s forthcoming Z6 II and Z7 II camera systems.While both the Z6 II and Z7 II have respectable internal recording capabilities in their own right — 4K/60p for the Z7 II out of the box and with the Z6 II via a future firmware upd
Apple's annual iPhone unveiling is always one of the biggest events on the tech calendar, and though it happened later than usual this year, we now have our first proper look at the four iPhone 12 handsets that will be Apple's flagship phones for the next 12 months.Continue ReadingCategory: Mobile Technology, TechnologyTags: smartphones, Apple, iPhone, New Atlas Audio
Canadian photographer Eric Paré has built a bullet-time rig using 15 Raspberry Pi cameras synchronised to record pictures at exactly the same moment from different angles. The cameras then create a series of images that show the subject, usually someone jumping in the air it seems, from multiple viewpoints. These images can then be put together as a video to show the person frozen in mid-air as t
Nikon went full-frame mirrorless around two years ago with the launch of the Z6 and Z7 cameras, and has now announced the second generation – with more processing power, more features and "more of what users want."Continue ReadingCategory: Photography, TechnologyTags: Nikon, Mirrorless Cameras, Full-frame, Cameras
The Nikon Z6 Mark II and Z7 Mark II cameras are here, and oh my do they come packed with some particularly nice upgrades. You can see two of these in the headlines already, but there are plenty more and we have all the details awaiting you in our Nikon Z6 II and Nikon Z7 II previews! When the Z6 and Z7 were announced in late-2018 we were of course excited, yet once we completed our respective r
Though you can probably attribute the timing to Amazon Prime day (which takes place October 13-14), discounts on Sony camera equipment are not just reserved for Amazon’s buying holiday. Starting today and through the end of the week, you can score discounts on everything from the a9 and a7R IV to a host of lenses anywhere Sony is sold.Though the notable sales include the most popular Sony c
German mechatronics engineer Johannes Heberlein has launched a new photo accessory on Kickstarter, the Lime One compact hot shoe light meter. The meter has been designed to be very easy to use, and even updates its readings in real-time.In 2018, Heberlein started using film cameras, and he immediately found his light meter options somewhat lacking. He started using a smartphone-based solution but
To any collector/enjoyer of old cameras, the idea of stumbling upon on enormous stash of mint-condition gear, from a long-gone era, is the ultimate dream. And that dream recently became a reality for one lucky gentlemen in Kazakhstan, who discovered hundreds of "brand-new" Soviet-era cameras – all Smena 8M's (shown above) – packed inside wooden crates and stored in a warehouse, untouched likely s
Fully-manual analog film cameras can be fun and interesting to use, but it sucks when they don't have a built-in light meter. That's where the Hedeco Lime One comes in, as it's a digital light meter that can be added to such cameras.Continue ReadingCategory: Photography, TechnologyTags: Kickstarter, Film Cameras is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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