Tag: camera

DJI launches Zenmuse X7 Super 35mm camera module with Raw video capture

DJI has launched the Zenmuse X7, a Raw video capable Super 35 camera module. The camera/gimbal system, which is compatible with DJI’s Inspire 2 drone, also features a new, proprietary lens mount. We were at the launch event in Hollywood and had a chance to get up close and personal with the X7. The camera […]

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How to Make Your Photos More Creative Using Camera Angles

A creative use of camera angles is one of the quickest ways to add interest and variety to your photos. Even if you don’t know how to use your camera very well, angles are easy! All you have to do is move your camera higher or lower to dramatically change the angle of your photo. […]

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The Nikon D850 is the best camera DxOMark has ever tested, first to hit score of 100

Forget all of those DxOMark Mobile scores, it’s time to talk about “real” cameras again. DxOMark just completed their review of the Nikon D850 and, not entirely surprising, it is officially the best camera DxOMark has ever tested. In fact, it’s the first camera ever to reach a score of 100, pushing the Sony a7R […]

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Google Clips is an AI-enabled hands-free camera that costs $250

Meet Google Clips After some expected hardware update announcements, Google’s “one more thing” turned out to be Clips, a tiny, hands-free camera designed to automatically capture everyday moments. Meet Google Clips Small and lightweight, Clips is sold with a case that, uh, clips to things. Demo objects included toys and books. Point it at you […]

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OnePlus 5 camera review

The OnePlus 5 is the Chinese manufacturer’s flagship smartphone, replacing last year’s OnePlus 3T. The new model is the first OnePlus to feature a dual-camera setup and offers some enticing imaging specifications: a main camera with a 1/2.8″ 16MP Sony IMX 398 sensor and fast F1.7 aperture is supported by a 2x tele-module featuring a […]

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DIY Leather Camera Harness

A leather harness is an excellent accessory for photographers who prefer to use two camera bodies. As you can imagine, unless you’re in a studio environment, you can only use what you can carry. A leather harness that allows you to sling two cameras is a perfect solution: Leather harnesses are expensive. A good quality […]

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Shooting Hand-held at Slow Shutter Speeds with a Non-EVF Camera

We’ve all faced situations when we had to shoot hand-held in quite poor lighting conditions using slow shutter speeds, in order to capture a photograph. This challenge is further complicated when using a non-EVF camera since we loose our third anchor point, not being able to bring our camera up against our eyebrow. During a […]

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