Top 5 news stories of the week on DPReview

Top 5 Photography News Stories of the Week The world of photography news moves fast, with tens of interesting, tragic, educational, and inspirational stories breaking sometimes daily. To help parse through the noise and focus on the signal, each week, we’re going to recap the 5 top photography news stories… Continue reading

Shooting Kīlauea Volcano, Part 2: Grounded

In the first part of this series, I talked about shooting Kilauea’s lava surface-flows using a drone. Now, I’d like to take a step back and talk about shooting the lava in a more traditional method: using a DSLR on the ground. If you’re inside the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park… Continue reading

The Olympus TG-5 and Nikon Coolpix W300 go to Puerto Rico

José Francisco Salgado is an astronomer, science photographer, and visual artist. His series of Science & Symphony films that have been presented in more than 200 concerts in 15 countries. He is a native of Puerto Rico. Editor’s note: The events described in this article took place several weeks prior… Continue reading

Have your say: Best mid-range ILC of 2017

This year saw several Kameras released in the mid-range ILC class, from full-frame DSLRs to super-compact APS-C mirrorless models. Take a look for a reminder of the key mid-range ILCs released in 2017, and don’t forget to vote for your favorites. Continue reading

Have your say: Best entry-level ILC of 2017

The most important Kamera you’ll ever own is the first one you buy. This year was relatively quiet on the entry-level ILC front, but the quality of the Kameras released in this market segment was universally excellent. Vote while you can – polls close Monday! Continue reading

Huawei Mate 10 Pro

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Disney’s 21st Century Fox acquisition means it will now own National Geographic

Earlier this week, a major entertainment industry merger was announced: Disney is planning to buy 21st Century Fox for a whopping $52.4 billion. But while this might seem unrelated to the world of photography at first blush, a closer look reveals something pretty important. If the purchase is allowed to… Continue reading

Leica unveils limited run of 100 red Leica M (Typ 262) bodies

Leica has released a series of 100 limited edition Leica M bodies with red anodized top and base plates. The company says the red hue of the Kameras makes a bold statement, though some might argue the nearly-$7,000 price tag is slightly more daring. The Kameras will be technically identical… Continue reading

Broncolor releases HSS-capable RFS 2.2 flash trigger for Fujifilm cameras

Broncolor has launched the RFS 2.2 F for Fujifilm Kameras. The new transmitter-receiver was made in collaboration with Godox, making it possible for Fujifilm owners to use broncolor’s pack systems and monolights. When used with supported products, namely broncolor’s Move and Siros lines, RFS 2.2 F supports high speed flash… Continue reading

Canon patents 400mm F5.6 catadioptric ‚mirror‘ lens

This diagram of the light path through Canon’s newly-patented 400mm catadioptric lens shows how the mirrors help to ‚fold‘ the light path and decrease the size of the lens. A new Canon lens patent out of Japan has been raising eyebrows around the photo community this week. The patent describes… Continue reading