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Video Shows Moments Leading up to Woman Being Gored by Bison as She Tries to Take Pictures of It

Footage has been released showing the moments leading up to an incident in which a 72-year-old woman from California was getting close to a bison at Yellowstone National Park in order to try to take a picture of it. The woman ended up being airlifted to a nearby hospital after the bison gored her as she tried to take photos. [ Read More ]

Have You Heard of Pergear? Their 25mm Lens Is Good and Only Costs $69

I was sent the 25mm f/1.8 lens for review. I went out testing in the center of Paris, and I must say, it was a lot of fun with it on my Fujifilm X-T20. Although it's a manual focus lens, you get a lot for $69. [ Read More ]

The Supreme Reign of the DSLR Began in 1999: How Did It Happen?

The millennium was yet to dawn, but 1999 saw Bill Clinton acquitted, the Columbine massacre, the world's population hit 6 billion, and "The Sopranos" debut. Lance Armstrong won his first Tour de France, the Euro came in to circulation, Napster was released along with Internet Explorer 5, and "The Phantom Menace" and "The Matrix" were first screened....

Fstoppers Reviews the Haida M10 Insert Variable ND Filter

Haida released the M10 Insert Variable ND filter for their M10 filter system. It has to be used with the normal M10 circular polarization filter. Haida kindly provided me with the brand new variable neutral density filter to try it out. These are my findings. [ Read More ]

Videographer Accidentally Films the Theft of His Own Camera Gear

A videographer has inadvertently filmed the theft of his own equipment while recording footage of a speaker at an anti-racism rally in Toronto, ON last weekend. [ Read More ]

Leica Adds Devin Allen, a Gordon Parks Foundation Fellow, to Its Ambassadors

Leica is adding Devin Allen to its roster of ambassadors, bringing on board a Baltimore photographer whose work focusing on protests has been twice featured on the cover of TIME magazine, having been told in the past by Fujifilm that his work was not a good fit. [ Read More ]

Is 120 Fps the Most Overused Frame Rate? How to Use Slow Motion in Your Filmmaking

Everyone loves a bit of slow-motion action in their b-roll, but when does it become too much? Filmmaker Mark Bone takes a look at 24, 30, 60, 120, and 180 frames per second and gives his thoughts on what to use and when. [ Read More ]

A Review of the Leica S3, the New, Medium Format, $19,000 Camera

If you need a rugged workhorse to take with you on your next trip to the mountains of Patagonia, you may want to consider the new Leica S3, a beast of a camera that, on reflection, is nowhere near as expensive as you might expect. [ Read More ]

Which Should You Buy, the Canon 5D Mark IV, EOS R, R5, or R6?

Canon's line-up is starting to bulk out with some incredible mirrorless bodies, not to mention still arguably leading the way with DSLRs, so which should you buy? [ Read More ]

How Will Apple's Major ARM Chip Announcement Impact Photographers?

Apple recently announced that they will soon begin a two-year transition away from using Intel chips in their computers to using in-house ARM chips instead. How will this major paradigm shift affect creatives who use Macs for their work? [ Read More ]

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