Photography Gear

Samsung has announced the Galaxy S21 Ultra as part of its Galaxy Unpacked event, and the phone looks like a marked improvement over the previous design. Specifically with the camera, the phone now features four cameras, including a new 108-megapixel “pro sensor.” Samsung calls the S21 Pro’s imaging features the “best in class camera experience”
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Asus has announced the second generation of its dual-screen laptops and is aiming them at creative professionals thanks to software and hardware improvements. The original dual-screen design felt more like a novelty, but this follow-up feels far more practical. The company has revealed two different versions of the dual-screen laptops, the ZenBook Pro Duo 15
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NiSi, a Chinese manufacturer known mostly for making high-quality filters, has announced its first still-camera lens: the 15mm f/4. It features a 112-degree field of view and the promise of edge-to-edge sharpness for multiple mirrorless mounts. The NiSi 15mm f/4 lens is described as a super wide-angle full-frame manual-focus lens with 10 straight blades for
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Curious how Kodak manufactures its film? In this 8-minute video, Studio C-41 shows the process from making the original giant rolls of plastic that eventually becomes film, to the finished product found on store shelves around the world. Despite the demand for film falling significantly over the last couple of decades, Kodak continues to produce
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Right before Christmas, PetaPixel published its review of the M1 Macbook Pro, heaping praise upon the new computer, saying it was “much further ahead than anybody expected.” That review isn’t alone: in this 17.5-minute video, Linus Tech Tips finds even better performance. Linus ran multiple tests and showed the M1 Macbook Air and Pro performing
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Tokyo-based journalist Albert Siegel has published one of the first hands-on previews of Pentax’s new APS-C flagship DSLR, the K-3 Mark III. His 6-minute video above provides a closer look at a camera that’s set to be officially launched sometime in early 2021. “The body has a stronger build,” Siegel says of the pre-production camera
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TTArtisan has announced a manual-focus, clicked-aperture 50mm f/1.2 APS-C lens for Sony E-Mount, Canon M-Mount, Fuji X-Mount, and Micro Four Thirds. While fully manual, it’s $98 price makes it extremely affordable. Supporting multiple mounts, the 50mm f/1.2 has an external, clicked aperture ring with a range for f/1.2 through f/16. It has a 10-bladed diaphragm
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