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[embedded content] Camera accessory manufacturer Fotodiox has published a video that explains how to make a digital camera obscura that can be used for both video and photo capture made from a box, a magnifying glass, and frosted plastic. The build is promised to be super-simple and results in an unusual video capture device as
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Figure 1. Shot with the new iPhone 12 Pro Max using the Apple ProRAW format. Developed in Lightroom Classic. Introduced in the iPhone 12 Pro and the 12 Pro Max, Apple ProRAW is an entirely new file format that indicates where Apple is heading with its camera technology. Two years ago, I did something I
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In a recent interview with Phileweb, Nikon’s Fumiyuki Wakao — the company’s General Manager of Planning and Marketing — said that the team developing the upcoming Z9 professional camera was dealing with “great expectations and responsibilities” and that they were “struggling to reach the goal.” Nikon announced that it was developing the Z9 mirrorless professional
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[embedded content] Canope, the company formerly known as Nubrella, has updated its $90 hands-free wearable umbrella and shade system to provide more protection from more adverse weather conditions including both rain and sun. This updated device is what the company calls the world’s first patented, hands-free, wind-resistant weather protection umbrella that is worn much like
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If you’re a content creator in need of professional-grade storage drives, Western Digital’s newly unveiled SanDisk Professional line of premium storage solutions is just for you. Professional photographers and creatives across a wide range of industries are always working with data that’s in a perpetual state of motion. Whether working with photos, high-resolution videos, or
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[embedded content] Hasselblad has released the second video in its “Hasselblad Home” series where the company is giving a behind-the-scenes look at what it calls “the core of Hasselblad.” In it, the company details the design decisions behind the ergonomics, materials, and user interface of its mirrorless cameras. Hasselblad’s initial X1D and following cameras have
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