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Our Firmware Friday roundup this week is a rather abbreviated one, featuring as it does only four updates from a single manufacturer. This time around it's Blackmagic Design making firmware news, as updates land for three Blackmagic URSA Mini-series cameras and the company's Studio Viewfinder accessory. Let's get right down to it! Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4.6K, URSA Mini 4.6K, URSA Mi
When HTC unveiled its new flagship U11 smartphone last month, the most interesting feature was a so-called Edge Sense technology that basically lets you squeeze the device to perform certain actions. The company is continuing to build out this feature, and today released a little video hinting at what it has in store. ..Continue Reading HTC teases new Edge Sense features for its squeezable U1
Click here to read our Fujifilm Field Test Part III We've just published our third and final Field Test for the medium format mirrorless Fujifilm GFX 50S camera. In this third hands-on report, we test out the GFX 50S’ new Color Chrome Effect, investigate its image sensor further, test remote shooting capabilities and take one last look at the
Another week has whizzed by, and it's time once again for Firmware Friday, our regular roundup of what's new for your camera gear. This week, we have news of firmware updates for two still cameras, three video cameras and a lens, as well as of a software update applicable to two further cameras. We'll kick off in alphabetical order as usual, starting our roundup with Canon's news.
Photographs of New York's latest hotel Public, designed by Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron, have emerged following its opening last week. Read more
the 'dual' instant camera has a rotating lens system with both a 24 mm lens for landscape photography, and a 50mm lens for portraits.The post the dual camera features two rotating lenses for switching pespectives appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the laboratory is shaped with dramatic deconstructions of the ceiling and wall planes, creating a spellbinding 'second skin'. The post ministry of design’s robotic facility in singapore features a hypnotic metallic skin appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the masterplan seeks to revitalize the community for both residents and tourists, with new events space, leisure facilities, and information kiosks.The post nendo’s first public space features stepped saucers that reference ancient japanese tombs appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the playground offers two large separate spaces, designed for the needs of two different age levels.The post BAM’s ‘indigo playground’ features discs that cast a checkerboard of shadows across the park appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The built-in camera app on iPhone is fine for many purposes, especially for capturing quick shots. However, it does not offer the user much in the way of control. There are numerous third-party apps which aim to put the photographer in control of their iPhone’s built-in camera in ways the native camera app does not. A new app that fits the bill is Halide by Chroma Noir. The app is developed


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