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Interview: Nikon - "A flagship Nikon Z series mirrorless camera can be expected within the year"

Keiji Oishi - Department Manager of Nikon's Imaging Business Unit, UX Planning Department. With the global pandemic still restricting travel, in place of our normal sit-down chats we've been conducting virtual interviews with executives from major manufacturers. This week we spoke to Keiji Oishi, Department Manager of Nikon's Imaging Business...

Leica announces APO-Summicron-M 35mm F2 ASPH

Leica has announced the release of the APO-Summicron-M 35mm F2 ASPH. The compact 35mm F2 is the closest-focusing M-mount lens, with a minimum focus distance of just 30cm (11.8"). The optical formula of the 35mm F2 includes 10 elements in 5 groups, with 4 aspherical surfaces. Six elements use anomalous partial dispersion glass to help reduce chromatic...

Nikon NX Studio hopes to be a free Lightroom alternative for Nikon users

Nikon has released NX Studio, a new all-in-one image management and editing program for macOS and Windows computers. The new program is designed to view, process and edit still photos and video. As Mike Tomkins detailed in our review, NX Studio is effectively the homologation of Nikon’s ViewNX-I and Capture ND-D programs, merging the organizational...

Video: Programmer shows it's possible to run a Minecraft server on a Canon EOS SL2 (200D) DSLR

We’ve already seen how DOOM can be played on a Kodak digital camera from 1998. It appears though that’s not the only gaming software that can be played on a digital camera. In a recent YouTube video, a programmer that goes under the pseudonym Turtius shows it’s possible to run a Minecraft server on a Canon EOS SL2 (200D) with a clever bit of reverse...

A little bit of everything: Nikon Z 24-200mm F4-6.3 gallery update

The Nikon Z 24-200m F4-6.3 is an impressively capable travel zoom for the company's full-frame and APS-C Z-mount cameras. It doesn't have a super-fast maximum aperture (it'd be the size of a bazooka if it did, after all), but it turns in really sharp images courtesy of its optical formula and vibration-reduction system that works in-tandem with the...

Review: Nikon NX Studio answers our plea for a free, all-in-one editing app

Introduction Nikon NX Studio version 1.0.0's user interface. A few weeks ago, we published an article comparing Nikon's free ViewNX-i and Capture NX-D utilities with their dominant payware alternative, Adobe Camera Raw, which also underlies the popular Adobe Lightroom Classic. In summary, I found both ViewNX-i and Capture NX-D to...

Peak Design calls out Amazon for making a ‘copycat’ of its Everyday Sling

Peak Design has taken to YouTube to call out Amazon for what it claims is a ‘knockoff’ version of its Everyday Sling that appears in the company's Basics range. In lighthearted video entitled 'A Tale of Two Slings', Peak Design highlights similarities between the $21 Amazon Basics Everyday Sling Bag and the company’s $80 Everyday Sling Bag, which was...

Format announces Workflow, a service to help photographers manage their business

Format, a leading website-building platform for photographers, has announced a new feature, Workflow. Designed to help photographers streamline their business operations, Workflow offers features such as password-protected client galleries, branded file transfers and more. New branded, password-protected Client Galleries make it easy to showcase your...

Gitzo creates ever-lasting Légende tripod with unlimited warranty

Italian accessories manufacturer Gitzo has introduced a crowdfunding campaign for a new tripod that it says will last a lifetime, as it comes with an unlimited warranty and a free replacement parts service. The Legende carbon fiber travel tripod is designed to counteract ‘throwaway culture’ according to Gitzo, as most parts can be easily replaced by...

New Phantom TMX high-speed cameras can record at up to 1.75M fps

Vision Research, maker of high-speed cameras, has announced the Phantom TMX series. The TMX series consists of two cameras, the TMX 7510 and TMX 6410, and they are the first high-speed cameras to use back-side illuminated (BSI) image sensors. The BSI sensors allow for speeds up to 75 Gpx/sec in addition to improved light sensitivity. The Phantom...

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