Photography Gear

[embedded content] After launching its X-Series line of cameras with the X100 back in 2011, Fujifilm began developing a reputation for ‘Kaizen’ (literally “change good” in Japanese), or pushing out frequent major firmware upgrades that breathe new life into older cameras. Examples of Fuji’s Kaizen updates include adding 4K video to the X-Pro2 in 2017
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[embedded content] The scourge of vertical video was many years away when Bronica released the RF645 in the year 2000, but this medium format rangefinder was obviously ahead of its time. Unlike most cameras, when you hold the RF645 in “normal” orientation, you’ll capture a vertical portrait orientation image. Photographer Alastair Bird recently reviewed the
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Nikon is set to unveil its new D780 along with a number of other products at CES next week, but photos of the DSLR have just leaked onto the Internet, giving us a first glimpse at what Nikon has in store. Nikon Rumors has published a full set of product photos showing the camera from
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OnePlus has something pretty cool in store for CES. It’s called the Concept One smartphone, and it features a rear camera assembly that “magically” disappears behind a sheet of electromagnetically controlled variable tinted glass. OnePlus revealed this neat (and potentially useful?) feature in a teaser tweet published earlier today: We’re bringing the #OnePlusConceptOne to #CES2020,
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German camera bag company COSYSPEED has created a new product that’s functional, stylish, and altruistic at the same time. The company has partnered with development organization Burundikids to create a new set of lens pouches that are helping to support young mothers in Burundi, the poorest country on Earth. The project was launched earlier this
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[embedded content] Well-known (and controversial) photographer and gear reviewer Ken Rockwell recently put together a fascinating video that is probably best described as a crash course in Nikon lens history. The video covers 100 years worth of Nikon lens history, from the companies original rangefinder glass all the way to the newest lenses for the
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