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There can be only one: why isn't the EOS R3 an EOS R1?

Something is beginning to make me think Canon intends the EOS R3 to be a full-on pro sports camera. Time has a habit of eroding certainty like the sea lapping at the foreshore; something like that, anyway. The point being that opinions and predictions have a horrible habit of being rendered outdated, and even downright ridiculous, by events....

DPReview TV: Tripod head roundup

Tripod heads aren't the most exciting subject, but if you're into shooting landscapes, wildlife or video, then having the right head will make your life a lot easier. In this episode, Chris discusses the pros and cons of each type of tripod head. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get new episodes of DPReview TV every week. Introduction Ball Heads...

Video: Photographer uses a 4x5 large format camera and expired film for wildlife photography

Austrian photographer Markus Hofstätter is known for his analog photography. He primarily works with the collodion wet plate process and primarily does portraiture. The educator and photographer has spent time during the pandemic getting out and exploring nature. At a local nature area, Donauauen, Hofstätter has spent a lot of time getting to know a...

The absolute beginner’s guide to film photography: Uncommon film formats & types

A 126 format film cartridge loaded into the back of a Kodak Instamatic X-15 camera. Photo: Robert Couse-Baker Just as digital photography has multiple sensor sizes, film photography has multiple film formats and sizes, some of which are easier to get than others (and some of which are impossible). We already took a close look at the most common...

Researchers propose ‘spaceplates’ to miniaturize lenses by reducing air gaps

The addition of the spaceplate reduces the distance needed between the lens element and the sensor, thus allowing smaller lenses A lot of work has been done using high refractive index glasses, diffraction grating systems and lens element design to reduce the size of camera lenses, but a group of researchers are now targeting the air-space between...

Profoto launches Profoto Camera, a new app with built-in camera and ProfotoRAW file format

Profoto has launched a new mobile application, Profoto Camera. The app, separate from the existing Profoto Control app, allows you to both control compatible Profoto lights and capture images in a new Raw format, Profoto RAW. Profoto Camera works with AirX-enabled Profoto light. These include the Profoto C1, C1 Plus, A10, B10-series and...

Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG DN Art field review

Introduction 90%Overall scoreJump to conclusion The Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG DN Art is a designed-for-mirrorless companion to the company's first Global Vision lens, the 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Art from 2012. It's available for both the L-mount shared by Leica, Panasonic and Sigma, as well as for Sony E-mount and will work on both full-frame or APS-C...

Leaked details about DJI's Mini SE reveal it may be DJI’s most affordable drone yet

DJI entered the sub-250g drone arena with the release of its original Mavic Mini drone back in November 2019. Compact, lightweight and easy to use, it's aimed at beginners. The Mavic Mini had its limits, though, including 2.7K video and WiFi transmission. DJI followed up with the much-improved Mini 2 less than a year later. Now leaks have confirmed...

Kickstarter: BAD Wrap is a flexible, padded waterproof wrap for your camera gear

BAD Equipment, founded this year in Boulder, CO, has taken to Kickstarter to launch its first product, BAD Wrap. The BAD Wrap is a posable cover that provides flexible, form-fitting protection for your fragile equipment, including camera gear. BAD Wrap has been designed by a team of experienced photographers, designers and engineers. BAD Equipment...

DPReview TV: Five best Fujifilm Film Situation modes

One of our favorite features on Fujifilm cameras is their Film Simulation modes, which let you quickly adjust the color and tone of photographs. The always-opinionated Chris and Jordan have their own favorites, which they cover in this episode of DPReview TV. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get new episodes of DPReview TV every week. Introduction...

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