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Capture One has announced that they’ve officially discontinued their brand-specific versions of Capture One for Nikon, Sony and Fujifilm cameras. This means that now, there’s only one version available; The more expensive one. The change, they say, is due to “preparation for the launch of new and existing products, including a powerful new way to
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Vision Research, the company behind the Phantom line of high-speed cameras, has announced the new Phantom S991 high-speed camera that uses “CoaXPress-over-Fiber” technology and can shoot 937 frames per second (FPS) at more than 4K resolution. A New Data Delivery System The company says that the CoaXPress-over-Fiber technology allows for the more efficient delivery of
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“If I did what has already been done, I would be a plagiarist and would consider myself unworthy; so I do something different and people call me a scoundrel. I’d rather be a scoundrel than a plagiarist!” – Paul Gauguin Before heading to a new location, something I have tried to do is *not* look
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In 2005, Dave Roth, an amateur photographer, snapped a picture of Zoë Roth, his four-year-old daughter, during a controlled fire in their neighborhood. In the background, a house was in flames; in the foreground was Zoë, a mischievous smile on her face. Dave entered the photo in a competition, and it won, but it would
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Today, Leica announced the M11, a 60-megapixel successor to the M10 and M10-P. The M11’s high resolution is a bit unexpected: It’s the highest resolution full-frame Leica ever. But this isn’t an article about the M11. Don’t get me wrong – the Leica M11 looks like a stellar camera if you want a digital rangefinder
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