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August 2016 news and reviews

August 31
Canon introduces global shutter CMOS sensor with improved dynamic range

Canon's new sensor uses global shutter to do away with distortions caused by a rolling shutter, and uses a new structure for improved dynamic range compared to other global shutter sensors. Read more

Peak Design adds Range Pouch to Everyday lineup

Peak Design has added the Range Pouch to its lineup of versatile Everyday camera bags. The pouch is designed to carry a lens on a belt, in a bag or on a strap, and is available in three sizes. Read more

Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 4K action cam unveiled with voice control

Garmin has introduced the VIRB Ultra 30, a rugged action cam capable of recording 4K/30fps footage. Despite its small size, Garmin packs a bunch of features into the camera, including GPS, voice control to start recording, a touchscreen display and a high-sensitivity microphone. Read more

DxO releases major firmware update and accessories for DxO One camera

DxO has released a significant firmware update and an expanded range of accessories for its DxO One camera. The improvements include remote operation over Wi-Fi, while the accessories include a waterproof case. Read more

Hasselblad True Zoom Moto Mod hands-on preview

The Hasselblad True Zoom is dead simple to use and brings the features of a dedicated camera to Lenovo's Moto smartphones, but we're not over the moon about its image quality. Read more

Lenovo announces Hasselblad True Zoom camera module for Moto Z smartphones

The Hasselblad True Zoom Moto Mod converts Lenovo's Moto Z smarthones into a fully fledged, connected travel-zoom with a 10x zoom lens and Xenon flash. Read more

Lenovo announces Moto Z Play Android smartphone

The new Moto Z Play slots in below the Moto Z Force and Moto Z in Lenovo's current smartphone lineup and, like its sister models, is compatible with the Moto Mod range of detachable accessory modules. Read more

Lomography Lomo’Instant Automat camera launches on Kickstarter

Lomography has launched the Lomo’Instant Automat camera on Kickstarter, where it has already exceeded its $100k funding goal with 34 days remaining in the campaign. Read more

Canon 5D Mark IV brings dramatic dynamic range improvements to the 5D line

The 5D Mark IV promises significant improvements in dynamic range, something many current 5D-series owners have longed for, according to Canon's own market research. How does it fare? We take an in-depth look. Read more

August 30
Hasselblad X1D-50c shipments delayed until September 15

Shipment of the Hasselblad's first mirrorless medium-format camera, the X1D-50C has been pushed to mid-September. Read more

Lytro Immerge VR footage showcased for the first time

Lytro has released a demonstration video showing off the capabilities of Immerge, its pro-grade VR rig. Read more

Putting Image Microadjust to the test on the Canon 5D Mark IV

One of the most discussed features of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is Image Microadjust. Just how much ability does this give to let you adjust the apparent focus point of the image? Read more

Sony introduces FE 50mm F2.8 Macro with 1:1 reproduction

Sony has announced the FE 50mm F2.8 Macro, a full-frame lens with true 1:1 macro magnification. Read more

UPDATED | Don't get ahead of yourself: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV rolling shutter test

The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV has significant rolling shutter, our tests show. We shot the 5D IV alongside both the EOS-1D X Mark II and the Sony a6300 to show the effect. This will limit not only 4K video, but also your ability to use 4K Frame Grab effectively to shoot action at 30fps. See video

August 29
PRVKE 21 is a rugged and versatile camera backpack

The Prvke 21 is a super-versatile backpack that keeps your camera dry and safe, but can also be used on the commute, for the occasional day hike or on a weekend trip. Read more

Display your camera collection in style with these 3D-printed wall mounts

Looking for a sleek, minimalist display for your vintage camera collection? LaudWorks, a purveyor of DIY project tools, has launched a small accessory called Hangie for easily mounting a camera on a wall. Read more

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV added to studio scene comparison

The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is now in our studio test scene comparison tool, so you can easily compare its results to that of its peers. Read more

August 28
Canon EOS 5D IV: What you need to know

Canon just released its 30MP EOS 5D Mark IV, four years since the launch of the 5D Mark III. In this article we've boiled down the new camera's key selling points. Read more

August 27
Canon EOS M10 real-world samples

The Canon EOS M10 is a beginner-friendly mirrorless camera that's all about touch functionality. Take a look at our gallery of M10 real-world samples. Read more

Drone footage of aurora over Iceland is just what your weekend needs

If your troubled mind needs soothing, we found just the thing for it: this video of the Northern Lights shot from a drone soaring over Iceland. See video

August 26
'Ansel made photographs, he didn't take them': Jeanne Adams interview

Ansel Adams' name is synonymous with landscape photography, but a new interview with Adams' daughter-in-law Jeanne reveals more about a lesser known side of his work. Read more

'The Darkroom' bar for photographers to offer a photo studio, functional darkroom... and booze

A bar called ‘The Darkroom’ is planned for construction in Washington D.C., according to a local news report, and it’ll cater specifically to photographers. Read more

This vibrant hyper-lapse shows off New York in 8K

One of the great innovations of digital photography is time-lapse photography. Time-lapse sequences may not be as novel as they once were, but Vimeo user Jansoli proves that it's still possible to make viewers go 'Wow!' Read more

Video: Getting our hands dirty with the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Want to learn about the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV in 138 seconds? We certainly thought so, and put together a video that tells you everything you need to know. See video

August 25
Throwback Thursday: Canon EOS 5D

It's been more than ten years since the 'classic' EOS 5D was released. In the light of the Mark IV's announcement, we look back at what $3500 bought you back in 2005 and how it stacks up today. Read more

Google brings the National Parks to your living room with 360-virtual tours

Google has joined forces with the U.S. National Parks Service to make their centennial birthday celebration a bit more special by offering new VR and 360 video guided tours through some pretty amazing places. Read more

DJI launches iPhone-controlled Osmo+ gimbal camera with zoom

DJI's upgraded gimbal camera comes with a 3.5x optical zoom that can be combined with a 2x digital zoom for a 7x overall range. Read more

Fujifilm says photographic paper prices will increase starting in October

Fujifilm is warning of a 'double digit percent' price increase on its photographic paper starting October. Read more

Fujifilm X-A3 arrives with new sensor and touchscreen in tow

Fujifilm has announced its X-A3 entry-level mirrorless camera. This update to the X-A2 brings a new 24MP CMOS sensor (without X-Trans), tilting touchscreen LCD and an updated AF system. Read more

Fujifilm adds XF 23mm F2 R WR to all-weather lens lineup

Fujifilm has announced the XF 23mm F2 R WR, adding a 35mm equiv. prime to its weather-resistant X-mount lineup. Read more

Canon announces full-frame EOS 5D Mark IV with 30MP sensor and Dual Pixel AF

Canon has officially announced the EOS 5D Mark IV, the fourth generation of its full-frame DSLR for enthusiast and professional photographers. Built around a 30MP Dual Pixel AF sensor, it significantly extends the stills and video capabilities the series has become known for. Read more

Canon introduces EF 16-35mm F2.8L III USM and EF 24-105mm F4L IS II USM L-series glass

Coinciding with the announcement of the 5D Mark IV, Canon has introduced updates to the EF 16-35mm F2.8L III USM and EF 24-105mm F4L IS II USM. Read more

Canon offers SD card-shaped Wi-Fi adapter, EOS 7D II bundle

Canon will bring a new Wi-Fi connectivity option to the EOS 7D II, 5DS and 5DS R by way of an adapter that fits into the camera's SD card slot. Read more

August 24
Tamron files patent for 115mm F1.4 VC lens

Lens manufacturer Tamron has filed a patent for what looks like an interesting portrait lens to add to its growing collection of fixed focal length lenses. Read more

Pentax K-70 added to studio test scene

The Pentax K-70 features a 24MP sensor with Pixel Shift Resolution mode and, for the first time in a Pentax, hybrid AF in live view. Take a look at how it fares against its competiton in our studio test scene. Read more

Edelkrone Wing adds non-motorized gliding to any tripod

Edelkrone has launched Wing, a non-motorized sliding armature that attaches to a tripod and glides a camera in a straight line without rails. Read more

Google uses neural networks to improve image compression

A research team at Google has developed a way to use neural networks to compress image files in a more efficient way than current methods by building an artificial intelligence system and training it with random images from the internet. Read more

11 cheap Photoshop alternatives for photographers at every level

Photoshop is the gold standard in pro-level image editing, but not everybody needs its vast feature set – or its steep learning curve. Here are some alternatives. Read more

August 23
Primax Electronics to manufacture dual-camera in iPhone 7, reports say

The Taiwanese company Primax Electronics is reported to be one of the manufacturers of the dual-camera module for the upcoming Apple iPhone generation. Read more

DJI opens drone flying and training arena in South Korea

Chinese drone manufacturer DJI has opened a new facility in South Korea that allows drone owners to hone their aerial navigation skills. Read more

Picturelife shutters service, user content migrates to SmugMug

Photo storage and management service Picturelife has shut down after a few years of operation, but SmugMug has stepped in to offer users access to their photos. Read more

One iconic moment, two viral photos: Rio photographers capture Bolt's smile

One of the most memorable images from the Rio Olympics was actually two nearly identical photos – they both went viral and confused the internet. Read more

August 22
Canon applies to patent double-sided micro lenses designed for better edge performance

Canon has developed a design for the micro lenses it uses on imaging sensors that it claims will reduce vignetting and false coloration at the edges of the picture. Read more

ThinkTank updates Shape Shifter camera bags and offers 'naked' option

Thanks to their expandable design, ThinkTank's Shape Shifter bags are extremely versatile. After listening to feedback from photographers ThinkTank has now released a second generation of the series. Read more

Pentax K-70 firmware 1.10 now available

New firmware for the Pentax K-70 improves general stability and provides some minor updates. Read more

Canon EOS-1D X Mark II: What you need to know

The EOS-1D X II is Canon's current flagship pro-level DSLR. We've pulled out the most important details from our review to give you an overview about what makes this photo-taking monster interesting. Read more

August 20
Review: Simple Booth Event Edition photo booth app

At $60 Simple Booth sounds like an outrageously expensive iOS app, but its customizability and ease-of-use can make you the hero of the next block party. Read more

DPReview celebrates World Photo Day with our favorite shots of 2016

World Photo Day celebrates the Daguerreotype process, which the French government released to the public on August 19th, 1839. We're joining in the celebration with a gallery of our favorite sample photos from the year thus far. See them

August 19
Tamron announces SP 90mm F2.8 Di Macro and TAP-in console for Sony A-mount

Japanese optical manufacturer Tamron has announced it is to launch its exciting 90mm macro lens in a Sony A-mount, and that Sony users will now be able to update and customize some of their Tamron lenses using the company’s TAP-in lens console. Read more

Datacolor releases Spyder5CAPTURE PRO color calibration kit

Datacolor has announced the launch of its new Spyder5CAPTURE PRO color calibration kit, which calibrates  autofocus, display, colors, contrast and white balance. Read more

World record camera collector now has over 4500 – and a short film about himself

Dilish Parekh has once again beaten his own world record for having the largest camera collection, with his personal museum now housing 4500 exhibits. He's put together a video about himself and his collection. Read more

Pentax K-70 real-world sample gallery

While we haven't been able to test out the Pentax K-70's weather-sealed body this summer, we have put together a full sample gallery for your viewing pleasure. Read more

August 18
Firmware update for Sony a7R II improves stability, adds support for radio controlled flashes

Sony has released a firmware update for its a7R II full-frame mirrorless camera which improves camera stability while adding support for the company's new radio controlled lighting system. Read more

Instagram profiles reveal user depression in new machine learning study

A team from the University of Vermont and Harvard University were able to identify signs of depression based off an Instagram profile’s photos, metadata, and things like facial recognition. Read more

Throwback Thursday: The Olympus Stylus Epic and my love for sliding lens covers

The Olympus Stylus Epic is somewhat of a cult classic due to its small size, sharp 35mm F2.8 lens and weather sealed body. It was also one of the finest examples of a sliding cover film camera around. Read more

Samyang AF 14mm F2.8 for Sony E-mount set to ship in September

Samyang Optics has completed its launch of five new lenses over the summer with the announcement that its full-frame 14mm F2.8 autofocus lens for Sony E-mount is ready to hit stores. Read more

August 17
Manfrotto and Benro settle 90 degree center column dispute

Manfrotto and Benro have settled their patent dispute regarding tripods whose center column to be lifted out of the collar and rotated by 90 degrees. Read more

Corel PaintShop Pro X9 arrives with improved workflow

Corel has launched PaintShop Pro X9, the latest version of its photo editing software, adding new Interactive Gradients and expanded RAW camera profile support. Read more

Fujifilm X-E2S: What you need to know

While reviewing the Fujifilm X-E2S, we found that it has a lot to offer at an affordable price, despite its similarities to the older X-E2. Here's a brief look at what you need to know. Read more

Nikon introduces D3400 with SnapBridge, big battery life claims

Nikon has announced the D3400, updating its most beginner-friendly entry-level DSLR with Bluetooth-only wireless connectivity and a 1200 shot CIPA-rated battery. Read more

Nikon unveils AF-P DX 18-55mm F3.5-5.6G and 70-300mm F4.5-6.3G ED lenses

In addition to a new entry-level DSLR body, Nikon has formally announced a total of four DX-format Nikkor lenses. Read more

Plane plunged 4400 feet after pilot's camera became wedged against controls

A military pilot in the UK is reportedly facing a court martial after his camera became wedged against a military transport plane’s controls, causing it to plunge 4400ft (1.3km) before the captain regained control. Read more

August 16
Rebel in your pocket: Canon EOS M3 Review

Canon's EOS M3 is very much like a Rebel T6s stuffed into a compact body that resembles the company's PowerShot models. Can the company's most ambitious mirrorless camera to date compete with some excellent midrange consumer mirrorless cameras? Read our review

Samsung uses brain-inspired processors to create digital camera 'vision'

Samsung has used IBM’s neuromorphic computer processors, built under the latter company’s TrueNorth project, to create digital ‘eyes’ that see in real time. Read more

August 15
Canon and Sony dominate EISA awards for photographic equipment

The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) has awarded Canon and Sony four titles each from the 19-strong list of photography products it has selected as the best of the year. Read more

1956 Stereo-Nikkor 3.5cm F3.5 lens auction goes live on eBay

A rare Stereo-Nikkor 3.5cm F3.5 lens said to be in mint condition has been put up for auction on eBay. Read more

Brooks Institute announces closure

The Brooks Institute, which offered degrees in photography, media and visual arts for 70 years, announced that it will close its doors this fall. Read more

Canon EOS 80D vs Sony a6300: vying for the stills/video hybrid crown

The Sony a6300 and Canon EOS 80D are two very different answers to the question of how to make a stills and video camera for enthusiasts. But which does it better? Read more

August 14
6 tips for better wildflower photos

Peak wildflower season attracts crowds of photographers, which can make it an overwhelming affair. We've got some tips to help you get amazing wildflower photos with as little stress as possible. Read more

August 13
The good, the bad and the ugly of aerial photography – part 2: aircraft

If you've got your eye on trying out aerial photography, landscape shooter Erez Marom has a few tips to share on getting into the right aircraft for the job. Read more

August 12
Kipon introduces reducer to fit Nikon F and Leica R lenses to Micro Four Thirds bodies

Chinese lens and accessory maker Kipon has introduced a pair of focal length reducers that adapt Nikon F and Leica R lenses to Micro Four Thirds cameras to give a 1.4x crop factor. Read more

Getty employs robots for underwater shots in Rio

Getty photographers are getting some help in Rio from underwater robots. Read more

Cascable remote control app adds support for 50 cameras

Cascable, a Wi-Fi-based camera remote control app for Apple devices, adding both new features and support for 50 cameras. Read more

A photographer's guide to Cuba

Globe trotter and photographer Michael Bonocore shares some tips for traveling to and photographing the breathtaking island nation of Cuba. Read more

August 11
SpaceVR wants you to see the earth from space, in VR

SpaceVR is planning to launch a camera satellite into the orbit in order to transmit 360-degree VR video footage back to planet earth. Read more

Leica's historical family tree is up for auction at Christie's

Once displayed at Leica's headquarters, the collection includes 107 camera models and traces the roots of its rangefinder and SLR lines. Read more

VSCO Open Studio is a free NYC workspace for photographers

VSCO has announced the launch of VSCO Open Studio, a free-to-use photography studio in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Read more

Throwback Thursday: when studio lenses retire

We didn't have to travel far down memory lane to find the Nikkor 50mm F1.4D. Having shot it recently on the D5, DPR staffer Carey Rose shares some thoughts on using this classic lens with modern camera bodies. Read more

August 10
Seagate launches 60TB SSD, world's highest capacity solid state drive

Seagate has announced a 60TB SSD, the world's highest capacity drive of its kind. It's available for demonstration purposes now, and is scheduled to arrive in 2017. Read more

Eye-Fi releases Mac software to extend SD card functionality past End of Life date

Responding to backlash from customers, Eye-Fi has developed a new software utility that will keep older cards operational past the EOL date. Read more

Elinchrom adds Sony compatibility to its high speed sync Skyport Plus HS wireless controller

Elinchrom's new Skyport Plus HS remote flash trigger and controller now allows Sony camera users to synchronize their shutter with Elinchrom flash heads using speeds of up to 1/8000sec. Read more

DPReview is hiring! Software development manager

DPReview is hiring! We're looking to add a Software Development Manager to our Seattle-based team. Bring your creativity, passion and talent to help us build the next generation of our web and mobile experiences. Read more

Canon EOS M3 real-world sample gallery updated

We've been doing all kinds of summertime stuff and shooting with the Canon EOS M3. A full review is underway, but for now we've got some fresh samples. See gallery

August 9
Epson's 4K home projectors to go on sale next month

Epson is set to begin sales of three 4K UHD digital projectors that feature HDR and 3D support, as well as extremely long lamp life. Read more

Macphun Aurora HDR 2017 pre-orders will start September 15

Macphun has teased its customers with a brief preview of Aurora HDR 2017 ahead of its planned launch next month, previewing an updated user interface and a new tone mapping algorithm. Read more

Brevite launches two new Incognito camera backpacks

The Brevite brand of camera bags started its life as a Kickstarter project in 2015. Now the company has expanded with a Rucksack and a Rolltop that, like the original backpack, are not immediately identifiable as camera bags. Read more

Still solid: Fujifilm X-E2S Review

Except for a few tweaks, the Fujifilm X-E2S is a fresh-from-the-factory update of the X-E2 with current firmware but at a much lower MSRP. Given that the X-E2 is approaching three years old, how does the X-E2S measure up in today's market? Read more

Photoshop CC 2015.5.1  available

The first update for Photoshop CC 2015.5 is available, fixing a number of customer-reported bugs. Read more

August 8
F-Stop abandons KitSentry Kickstarter, doesn't offer backers refunds

F-Stop Gear has announced that KitSentry, the bag it sought (and successfully raised) funding for on Kickstarter, will not be brought to market. Read more

NASA combines exposures on the fly to create high-speed 3D HDR video

NASA has successfully tested a camera that uses multiple frames of different exposures to create HDR video. The demo of a rocket test shows that the dynamic range provided is enough to capture plumes of exhaust fire and the surrounding area at the same time. Read more

Samyang introduces full-frame 20mm F1.8 ED AS UMC

Samyang's summer lens party continues with the announcement of a 20mm F1.8 full-frame prime. Read more

An introduction to our studio test scene

You've seen our studio test scene – now learn more about how we use it for testing and the methods behind our madness. Read more

August 7
Sony a7R II versus a7 II: Eight key differences

They look a lot alike, but the Sony a7R II costs almost twice as much as the a7 II. Here's why. Read more

August 6
19 tips for better live music photography

There's no one-size-fits-all approach to shooting a concert, but our basic tips and guidelines can help you get great shots and keep grooving to the music. Read more

August 5
Lensbaby Twist 60 real-world sample gallery

Lensbaby's Twist 60 is all about the bokeh. It promises appealing subject/background separation with Petzval-like swirly bokeh, and we couldn't resist the temptation to take it for a spin. Read more

Casio launches rugged EX-FR200 camera with detachable lens unit

Casio has announced a rugged, 180° camera that features a detachable lens unit and a mode that allows the body to control two cameras at the same time for 360° spherical images. Read more

Thieves needed only ten seconds to swipe photographer Brett Costello's gear in Rio

News Corp. photographer Brett Costello fell victim to a cleverly orchestrated scheme in which thieves made off with his gear in just ten seconds. Read more

CamFi DSLR controller now offers real-time upload to Dropbox

Thanks to an update to the iOS app users of the CamFi wireless DSLR controller can now upload images to Dropbox in real-time. Read more

August 4
Hasselblad rumored to be working on 10x zoom camera module for Moto Z phones

An image of a Hasselblad-branded detachable camera module for the Lenovo Moto Z and Z Force smartphones has surfaced on Weibo. Read more

Godox to launch AD600 battery-powered mono-block heads

Kenko Professional imaging has announced that it will officially launch a 600Ws mono-block style flash head that will be available for TTL and manual control. Read more

Getty Images sued again, this time by Zuma Press

Independent agency Zuma Press has filed a lawsuit against Getty, alleging that the company licensed its photos without permission. Read more

Artisto is like the Prisma app, but for videos

The Artisto app does for video what the popular Prisma app does for still images: use neural networks and machine learning to apply art filters in the style of famous artists to your recorded clips. Read more

Exclusive interview: Behind the scenes with Canon at the Rio Olympics

As sports fans around the world get ready for the opening of the 2016 Rio Olympics, Canon's Professional Services team are preparing too – and in a big way. Read more

Throwback Thursday: a fresh look at the Sony Mavica FD-91

Step back into the days of Y2K nightmares and 56K modems with the Sony Mavica FD-91, the second camera that DPReview ever reviewed. Make sure you've packed your floppies, it's gonna be a pixellated ride. Read more

August 3
Manfrotto launches new Digital Director models and updates app with extra features

Manfrotto has added depth of field preview, an intervalometer and time-lapse controls to the app that runs its Digital Director camera-remote-control and external monitor device. Read more

Astropad 2.0 brings better performance and increased compatibility

The Astropad app converts your iPad into a graphics tablet for Mac computers. Version 2.0 comes with several performance enhancements and can be used with more Mac software packages than before. Read more

Gallery update: Nikon 300mm F4E PF ED VR

The Nikon 300mm F4E PF ED VR is quickly becoming a favorite around the office. We've brought it along to concerts, motocross, sprint boat racing, rugby and tennis and updated our gallery accordingly. See gallery

Here it comes: Japanese network begins airing 8K broadcasts

And you thought 4K television was a long way off – Japan's NHK has started broadcasting 8K content on a new 'Super Hi-Vision' satellite channel. Read more

MIT researchers use ordinary cameras to create extraordinary interactive videos

Researchers have devised a way to use traditional cameras and video capture to create dynamic, interactive movies. Read more

August 2
Instagram Stories launch as 'disappearing' photo and video slideshows

Instagram has taken inspiration from Snapchat and launched a new feature called Stories. Read more

High-profile camera expert leaves Microsoft, returns to Nokia

Juha Alakarhu is the latest Microsoft engineer to leave that company's mobile devision, returning to Nokia as it looks more and more likely that Microsoft will abandon its mobile hardware business. Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 combines S7 camera with large display, S-Pen and iris scanner

Samsung's new Note 7 phablet combines the Galaxy S7's camera specifications with the Note series's characteristic large display and S-Pen stylus. A new iris scanner is on board as well. Read more

Feast your eyes on a Sony 24-70mm F2.8 G Master teardown

Sony's SGNL YouTube channel tears down the $2200 24-70mm F2.8 GM so you don't have to. See video

Fujifilm X-E2S real-world samples

The Fujifilm X-E2S may be (mostly) just an X-E2 with the latest firmware, but it's still a relatively affordable way to get into the Fujifilm system in style. Slap on one of Fujifilm's compact and excellent primes, and you're ready to go out shooting. See gallery

August 1
Nikon introduces Coolpix W100 waterproof compact with Snapbridge

The Nikon Coolpix W100 is a kid-friendly rugged compact that brings the features of the Coolpix S33 – plus SnapBridge – to select Asian and European markets. Read more

Getty Images says $1 billion lawsuit is based on 'misconceptions'

Getty has issued a statement about the lawsuit it's facing from a photographer who claims that the company charged licensing fees for her public domain photos. Read more

Huawei's Honor Note 8 comes with 6.6" Quad-HD screen

With its 6.6" Super AMOLED display the Honor Note 8 offers one of the largest screens in the phablet segment and combines it with a 2560 x 1440 resolution. Read more

Samyang continues summer announcements with 35mm F1.2 ED AS UMC CS for mirorrless

Sticking with its plan to introduce a whole bunch of new lenses this summer, Samyang has announced the 35mm F1.2 ED AS UMC CS for APS-C and Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras. Read more

Canon EOS-1D X Mark II Field Test: DPReview goes to the rodeo

The Canon EOS-1D X Mark II is a professional full-frame DSLR, and Canon's fastest, toughest and most capable camera ever. We headed to a rodeo to test it out. See video