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Click here​ to read my Olympus 12-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Field Test The Olympus 12-200mm f/3.5-6.3 lens has proven to be very popular here on Imaging Resource. This is with good reason, as the lens is very versatile for Micro Four Thirds cameras. The 16.67x zoom offers an equivalent focal length range of 24-400mm, which is useful in many types of photographic situations. Of course
Are you looking for an affordable but also electronic macro lens? Or maybe you have an old kit lens that’s just sitting around, collecting dust since your last upgrade? Well then read on, because in this article I am going to share one cool hack that will allow you to transform almost any kit or standard zoom lens into a capable macro lens!I am not talking about reversing the lens or mounti
I’ll begin by saying that I don’t only shoot with zoom lenses. I should also add that what I’m about to say is perhaps most relevant to other wedding photographers, particularly those shooting in a documentary style like myself.If I was a landscape or portrait photographer for example, and wasn’t under quite the same time pressure, and was likely to be making large prints, or wanted a particular
Being in the photography game over 12 years has given me some fixed routines that are hard to break. Routines like focusing solely on prime lenses. In the last few years I’ve been carrying 20mm, 35mm, 85mm, and 200mm fixed focal length lenses on my camera bag while occasionally wondering if the grass looks greener on the flexible focal length side.Spectacular clouds and the calm sea in the
On the back of the Pinhole Pro and Pinhole S ‘innovation incubator’ Thingyfy has launched what it is describing as the world’s first pinhole zoom lens. The Pinhole Pro X offers full frame users a range of focal lengths covering 40-60mm, while the APS-C and MFT version has focal lengths of 18-36mm.Unlike the usual pin prick in a sheet of aluminium foil, the aperture for these lenses is created by
the team has created the lens by harnessing the electric signals that naturally occur when a human eye moves. The post scientists develop robotic contact lenses that zoom in by blinking twice appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
An illustration from the paper that shows the setup used to control the soft lens.Can't see from the cheap seats in the cinema or at the ball game? No problem, just use the zoom in your contact lenses to get a better view of the action! Unfortunately we're not quite there yet, but zoomable contact lenses could be available in the not too distant future based on a paper recently published in the A
Scientists have revealed a new futuristic robotic contact lens that’s essentially an advanced zoom lens for the human eye. It can be zoomed and controlled by blinking and looking around.The researchers at the University of California San Diego detailed their design in a new paper titled, “A Biomimetic Soft Lens Controlled by Electrooculographic Signal,” in the journal Advanced F
German photographer Lizzy Petereit has won this year's Macro Art Photo Project with a lovely close-up of an Anemone flower. Other celebrated images in the impressive competition include an extraordinary snap of a tiny snout-nosed beetle, and surreal cross-section of a developing fig fruit... Continue Reading Zoom in on the winners of the 2019 Macro Art photography awards Category: Digital
Canon has introduced a new all-in-one RF travel lens, the first entry-level zoom lens in the RF system, the RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS USM. This new full-frame telephoto zoom lens is designed to offer good all-around performance in a compact and lightweight form, all at a budget-friendly price point. Of the new RF 24-240mm lens, Kazuto Ogawa, president and chief operating officer of Canon U.S.A. sa 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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