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Photography is always changing. Chameleons in the community of images, photographs may take many forms—from unique metal plates coated in delicate silver to strings of computer code reproduced millions of times. As pictures, photographs are capable of exacting precision or indulgent abstraction. Their representation of the world can be direct or imagined and they can communicate boundless ideas...
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If your taste in focal lengths ranges from normal to super-telephoto and you hate having to carry more than one lens at a time, your train has arrived. The new Sigma new 60-600mm f4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports zoom, one of the newest members of Sigma's Global Vision series lenses, is a 10x optical zoom (39.6° to 4.1° AoV) that's available in a choice of...
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There’s no law that says cameras must look boring. Not that there’s anything wrong with boring-looking cameras, but there’s something to be said about a camera that turns heads out of curiosity, intrigue, confusion, or a combination of the three. The following cameras are “statement makers” that are guaranteed to turn heads and, better yet, elicit wonderful smiles. 1. Polaroid Originals 600 96...
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Did you think that you and instant film were never ever getting back together? Have you been on the fence about buying an instax SQUARE SQ6? Are you Taylor Swift? If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, Fujifilm wants to show you that you can have nice things, because the photographic manufacturer just announced the gorgeous Taylor Swift Edition instax SQUARE SQ6 Instant Film Camera...
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What is the best camera for beginners? While this seems like a straightforward question, it is somewhat complex. Giving this question some thought and considering a few options may pay future dividends as a novice photographer evolves into a photographic artist. One certainty is that an entry-level camera should be easy to use, convenient to carry and employ, as well as being intuitive, while...
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An ultra-compact that is ultra-capable is the goal of Sony's latest point-and-shoot camera, the Cyber-shot DSC-HX99. Packed into its pocketable build is a 24-720mm equivalent zoom, so you can make sure you get the shot, regardless of the situation. Of course, image quality is...
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Take control of your lights with the just-announced C-800 SpectroMaster, from Sekonic. This superb color meter has nearly every color-measuring option you could imagine, including becoming the first to support SSI (Spectral Similarity Index). This setting allows you to set any measured...
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On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we get the old band back together for one more gig. Joining us are Explora writers and podcast veterans Todd Vorenkamp and Shawn Steiner. They are not on the show just because we like them so much, but also because they are...
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There are three things to consider when picking out an on-camera flash: power, portability, and price. For users looking for their first flash, or those who want something effective and small, the Nissin i400 TTL Flash has those three boxes checked. Taking many cues from the well-received...
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The original Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100, introduced in June 2012, featured a fresh, inviting design, a fast 28-100mm (equivalent) Zeiss Vario-Sonnar zoom lens, and something unheard of for such a compact camera: a 20.2MP 1"-format backlight-illuminated CMOS sensor. Measuring 13.2 x 8.8mm (2.7x crop factor), the 1"-type sensor was smaller than full frame, APS-C, and Four Thirds-format imaging...
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Under starry skies, we took our recorders and headphones to a collection of shipping containers in Brooklyn, known as...
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If you had any doubts about which event retains the crown as the world's premier photography show, the sheer number of landscape-changing announcements from this year's Photokina, in Cologne, Germany, should settle any dispute among the photography show groupies. In the weeks leading up to the show, the photography world was bombarded with big-time announcement after big-time announcement. And...
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The Zeiss Batis-series lenses for Sony E-mount cameras are well represented, if your tastes run toward wide-angle (18 and 25mm) or short to mid-range telephotos (...
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It has been a while since the ZEISS Ikon and Contax cameras were rolling off assembly lines and shipping to the B&H SuperStore shelves but, today, Zeiss has announced an intriguing new full-frame digital camera—the ZEISS ZX1—featuring a fixed ZEISS Distagon 35mm f/2 T* lens sitting in front of a...
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It looks like Panasonic has been bit by the full-frame bug. Aiming for an early 2019 launch, Panasonic has announced the new LUMIX S1R and LUMIX S1 digital full-frame mirrorless cameras equipped with a Leica L lens mount. The new full-frame sensors will record 47MP of data on the LUMIX S1R and 24MP on the LUMIX S1. Inside, the cameras will have, what Panasonic claims, the world’s first support...
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