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Xiaomi’s global Redmi Note 11 lineup offers (some) flagship camera specs at a mid-range price point

Late last year, Xiaomi released its Redmi Note 11 series in China. Now, the company has announced the global release of its mid-range lineup with a few minor changes for international users. Unlike the Chinese lineup, the global lineup lacks a ‘Pro Plus’ model, which was a plus-sized version of the flagship offering. Despite this absence, Xiaomi makes...

Share your best iPhone macro photos for a chance to be featured across Apple's social media and ad campaigns

Have you ever seen brilliant iPhone photos shared by Apple and used in Apple promotional materials and thought, 'I've got so many great iPhone shots, that could've been me!' Well, now it can be. Apple has announced a macro photography Shot on iPhone Challenge that runs from now through February 16, 2022. Winners will be announced in April. The iPhone...

Ten years of X-mount: Fujifilm X-Pro1 retrospective sample gallery (DPReview TV)

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Fujifilm's X-mount, Chris and Joran from DPReview TV took to the streets with the original X-mount camera: the X-Pro1. Check out their sample gallery to see how its image quality stacks up ten years later. Did you miss their review of the Leica M11? If so, you can watch it here. View the Fujifilm X-Pro1 retrospective...

$10B James Webb Space Telescope enters its final orbit, 1.5 million kilometers from Earth

Lead image: Artist's rendition of James Webb Space Telescope in space. Credit: Adriana Manrique Gutierrez, NASA Animator NASA's James Webb Space Telescope lifted off on Christmas morning from Arianespace's ELA-3 launch complex at Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. If you want to see the launch, watch a replay of the live stream here. This Monday,...

H&Y shows off its new magnetic fix for cross-polarization in Revoring variable ND

Filter manufacturer H&Y has launched a series of magnetic ND filters that it says are designed to eliminate cross-polarization effects in its 1.5-10 stop variable ND Revoring when used with wide angle lenses. The idea is to couple the new magnetic ND filters with the VND of the Revoring adding the two filters together so that the VND can be used...

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-mount 10th anniversary (and X-Pro1 field test)

This month marks the 10th anniversary of Fujifilm's X-mount camera system. To celebrate, Chris takes a new look at the system's first camera, the Fujifilm X-Pro1, and discovers that it holds up quite well a decade later. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get new episodes of DPReview TV every week. Introduction Daytime photos Hybrid viewfinder...

The Digi Swap turns your iPhone into a digital sensor (of sorts) for your film cameras

At the upcoming Camera and Photo Imaging Show 2022 (CP+) in Japan, a new accessory designed to breathe new life into old film cameras will be fully unveiled. The Digi Swap is an accessory that allows you to attach an iPhone to a film camera and capture digital photos through the film camera's lens. If you have a film camera and lens but don't always...

Ricoh's new Theta X 360º camera features 2.55" touchscreen, interchangeable battery and Micro SD card slot

Ricoh has announced the details of its latest 360-degree camera, the Theta X. The camera, which is set for a March 2022 release, is the first to include a 2.25” touchscreen display, an interchangeable battery and a Micro SD card slot. Unlike Ricoh’s previous Theta 360-degree cameras, which relied heavily on an external smartphone or tablet...

BCN+R data shows that Canon and Sony controlled the Japanese camera market in 2021

Japanese analyst firm BCN Retail (BCN+R) has announced the BCN Awards winners. The awards offer an in-depth summary of 2021 camera sales data in Japan. BCN+R collects data from an estimated 40 to 60 percent of retailers in Japan, so its awards offer an indicative look at the overall Japanese camera market. The BCN Awards are split into different categories,...

Landscape Composition - Part 2: Balancing the Weights

In my previous article I challenged the reader to try to see the compositional elements in a landscape shot as masses and lines. I also surveyed a selection of shots and guided the reader to categorize the compositional elements, try to see how they counterbalance each other and start to get a feel for how each element's properties determine its placement...

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