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recycled: the dakota digital single-use digital camera: digital photography revi


true digital quality at a single-use price!* *printing costs as much as the camera.july 2003 was a pretty big month for digital photography. digital camera sales were up 93%, the nikon d2h was announced, and dpreview posted three enthusiast compact reviews in a single day. oh, and ritz camera announced the dakota digital single-use camera.according to ritz camera, the dakota digital gave 'consumers the exciting benefits of digital photography without the cost and complexity.' that's true, to an extent.the concept was simple enough. you buy the camera for $11, go out and take your 25 photos, then bring it back to a ritz or wolf camera store. after handing over another $11, ritz would give you prints and a photo cd, and then they'd 'recycle' the camera to sell again.the dakota digital is as






more nikon d850 samples images added: digital photography review


our review process is based both on studio testing and real-world shooting. we make sure every camera goes through the hands of several photographers and is shot in a variety of circumstances, to give a broad representation of how the camera will perform.all those images and experiences are considered as we draw our conclusions about a camera. so, even if you've looked through the d850 gallery before, you may well find there are shots you've not seen before. take a look, and be sure to check out the full review if you haven't already.






more nikon d850 samples images added: digital photography review


our review process is based both on studio testing and real-world shooting. we make sure every camera goes through the hands of several photographers and is shot in a variety of circumstances, to give a broad representation of how the camera will perform.all those images and experiences are considered as we draw our conclusions about a camera. so, even if you've looked through the d850 gallery before, you may well find there are shots you've not seen before. take a look, and be sure to check out the full review if you haven't already.we are retrieving offers for your location, please refresh the page to see the prices.






practical advice to improve your street photography: digital photography review


street photography is difficult. it generally requires patience, a keen eye and lightning fast reflexes to be successful. so what can you do to better your odds of getting the shot  when you see it? the phoblographer's chris gampat has put together a helpful list of tips to help you out, including bits about maximizing battery life while also keeping the camera awake. of course, all the advice in the world can't equate to time spent behind the camera. give it a read then go out and shoot!click here to read the phoblographer's street photography tips






week in review: hungry birds: digital photography review


we started the week in much the same way as the previous one ended, with more coverage of sony's new a9 mirrorless monster. thanks to a prerelease version of adobe camera raw, we were able to go back and process the a9's sample photos 'to taste'. you can view our updated gallery, and read some analysis about the iq, right here.






5 reasons to choose the leica q for street photography: digital photography revi


many street photographers have a particular camera that fits them just right. for photographer robin schimko, that camera is the leica q, and in this video he explains five reasons why he loves it. you can see more of robin's work on his instagram page.do you agree with his assessment?






so you think you need to buy a red camera: digital photography review


have you thought about getting a red cinema camera? sure, they're pretty amazing tools, but do you really need one? cooper over at cooper films gives you some questions to ask and some good advice to consider before taking the plunge.






the iphone turns 10 years old today: what has it meant to you?: digital photogra


ten years ago today, steve jobs stood up on stage and delivered what might be the most consequential keynote of his career: he introduced the world to the iphone. today, we want you to tell us how it has revolutionized, reorganized, and restructured the world of digital photography. as jobs put it on stage, repeating the line over and over again to a crowd of excitable tech journalists, the iphone was three things: "an ipod, a phone, and an internet communicator." but if jobs could somehow come back to life and re-do that moment today, he would probably add 'camera' to that list.sure, that original 1st generation iphone only boasted a measly 2mp camera that was laughable even by 2007 standards. but the impact that this camera—and the one after that... and the one after that... and the 6 af






huawei announces honor vr 360-degree camera: digital photography review


vr is widely viewed as the 'next big thing' and everybody wants their piece of the pie. chinese manufacturer huawei is no exception and at an event in beijing the company has announced the release of a clip-on 360-degree camera for smartphones. it will be developed by insta360 and marketed under huawei's sub-brand as the honor vr camera.“we’re thrilled to partner with huawei to grow the global community of 360-degree and vr creators,” said jk liu, founder and ceo of insta360. “like us, huawei is committed to reinventing photography, and they believe in our products as the best way to introduce users to the future of the camera.”technical specifications are scarce at the moment but we know the camera offers 3k photography and seamless livestreaming. as part of the partnership, insta360 also






updated: a look at the panasonic dc-gh5's autofocus system: digital photography


panasonic's gh-series has always been a highly capable video-centric hybrid camera, and the gh5 is no exception. despite this, panasonic's work on the autofocus system has resulted in some impressive stills-shooting performance; the camera comes with with updated dfd technology, autofocus custom settings so you can tailor the camera to the movement of your subjects and 9fps shooting in raw and jpeg with autofocus.it sure sounds like a winning combination, but that doesn't mean it's perfect. take a look at our updated first impressions review to learn more.see how the panasonic gh5 did in our autofocus testscheck out the gh5 at a rugby match






cp+ 2017: a taste of the show: digital photography review


it's a bird! it's a camera! it's actually both and it's really giving us the creeps. camera pigeons and other odds and ends we found at cp+ 2017 are all highlighted here for your amusement.check out all of our cp+ 2017 coverage






nikon d7500 gallery update: more photos, raw conversions: digital photography re


the nikon d7500 is proving to be an outstanding general-use stills body. as we're finishing up the full review on the camera, we wanted to share some additional images as well as a handful of raw conversions (made using beta profiles in adobe camera raw).you'll have to wait juuuuust a little longer to find out how the d7500 stacks up against the competition, but if you couldn't already tell from the photos in the gallery, we're having a lot of fun shooting with it.see our nikon d7500 sample gallery






video: simple camera tricks in under 90 seconds: digital photography review


no guessing games here: andrew morrison's 90 second video contains 6 neat photography tricks – nothing more, nothing less. he uses a few household items to add some simple effects to photos and videos. have you used these tricks before, or did you learn something new? let us know in the comments.






video: shooting the streets of tokyo with the x-t20: digital photography review


we're fans of the camera store tv and their highly-entertaining , informative videos. we also think chris and jordan are genuinely nice dudes. the duo was recently flown out to japan by fujifilm and while there they reviewed the x-t20, both in the streets of tokyo and while touring a fujifilm factory. the video is full of useful information and observations about the camera, from the field. by the end it becomes pretty clear that chris really enjoys using the x-t20 for travel and street photography. and we tend to agree.






oneplus 5 camera samples: digital photography review


today oneplus has launched its latest flagship smartphone, the oneplus 5, which comes with a dual-camera setup that combines a main camera with a 1/2.8" 16mp sony imx 398 sensor and f1.7 aperture with a 2x tele-lens that captures images on a 20mp 1/2.8" sony imx 350 sensor features an f2.6 aperture.we already have our hands on a production unit and our full camera review will be available in the near future. to shorten the wait until then we have posted a selection of sample images that were taken with both wide angle and tele lens in a variety of lighting situations in the gallery below. there are 17 images in our oneplus 5 samples gallery. please do not reproduce any of these images on a website or any newsletter / magazine without prior permission (see our copyright page). we make the o






video: is the canon eos m6 good for vlogging?: digital photography review


the canon eos m6 features 1080/60p video capture, dual pixel af, a selfie screen and lens-based is. all of this adds up to what seems like an appealing package for vloggers. but is it? to find out for sure – and as part of our canon eos m6 review - dpreview's carey rose put the camera's vlogging chops to the test in a vlog about vlogging with the m6. have a watch!






oneplus 5 camera sample gallery: digital photography review


today oneplus has launched its latest flagship smartphone, the oneplus 5, which comes with a dual-camera setup that combines a main camera with a 1/2.8" 16mp sony imx 398 sensor and f1.7 aperture with a 2x tele-lens that captures images on a 20mp 1/2.8" sony imx 350 sensor features an f2.6 aperture.we already have our hands on a production unit and our full camera review will be available in the near future. to shorten the wait until then we have posted a selection of sample images that were taken with both wide angle and tele lens in a variety of lighting situations in the gallery below.there are 17 images in our oneplus 5 samples gallery. please do not reproduce any of these images on a website or any newsletter / magazine without prior permission (see our copyright page). we make the or






at the market: panasonic gh5 sample video: digital photography review


we've been hard at work testing the new panasonic gh5, and while we put the finishing touches on our review, we wanted to share a video we shot with the camera at seattle's pike place market.the video was recorded in uhd 4k with the gh5's 4:2:2 10-bit color settings. to capture the wide dynamic range in many of the scenes, we filmed using vlog gamma and used a vlog to rec.709 lut as a starting point for color grading. we also wanted to see how well the gh5's white balance worked, so the entire video was captured using auto wb, and we haven't made any white balance corrections, allowing you to see how the camera did in this regard. audio was recorded using the built-in microphones.enjoy this little slice of life in seattle as we finish up our review of the gh5!






cheap purchases that will help improve your photography: digital photography rev


photography gear isn't cheap. if you're looking to take your photography to the next level, there's no shortage of expensive lenses and accessories that will beckon to you. sometimes it's worth it to save up for the right piece of equipment, but you don't necessarily have to make a serious investment if you're looking to make gains in your creative pursuit. here are a few relatively cheap buys that will pay off dividends if you're looking to try something new, build on your current photography skills, or just add another visual trick to your arsenal.






cheap purchases that will help improve your photography: digital photography rev


photography gear isn't cheap. if you're looking to take your photography to the next level, there's no shortage of expensive lenses and accessories that will beckon to you.sometimes it's worth it to save up for the right piece of equipment, but you don't necessarily have to make a serious investment if you're looking to make gains in your creative pursuit. here are a few relatively cheap buys that will pay off dividends if you're looking to try something new, build on your current photography skills, or just add another visual trick to your arsenal.






hands-on with the olympus om-d e-m10 mark iii: digital photography review


the new olympus om-d e-m10 mark iii is superficially quite similar to its predecessor, but despite inheriting many of the same features, the feature set has been tweaked to make the new camera easier – and more fun – to use.in this slideshow, we'll offer a quick tour of the new camera, and its most important features – both old and new.






travel photography and the journey towards a new review style: digital photograp


ok, i’ve got my passport, i’ve got my boarding pass and the camera is in my bag. we may be stuck in rush-hour traffic, but i’ve made it from the office to the cab and, at this point, success or failure is out of my hands. i’m on holiday (or vacation, depending on how you look at it).if only i’d remembered to grab the charger and spare battery that i’d left charging. without usb charging, this means i’ve got maybe one day’s worth of battery for a two week trip.this got me thinking about the needs of photographer while traveling and how they differ from the kinds of photography i usually do.context is allso, while we’ve long considered usb charging to be a ‘pro’ in our camera reviews, it’s rarely felt as essential is it did in this moment. and although my particular circumstances brought it






travel photography and the journey towards a new review style: digital photograp


ok, i’ve got my passport, i’ve got my boarding pass and the camera is in my bag. we may be stuck in rush-hour traffic, but i’ve made it from the office to the cab and, at this point, success or failure is out of my hands. i’m on holiday (or vacation, depending on how you look at it).if only i’d remembered to grab the charger and spare battery that i’d left charging. without usb charging, this means i’ve got maybe one day’s worth of battery for a two week trip.this got me thinking about the needs of photographer while traveling and how they differ from the kinds of photography i usually do.context is allso, while we’ve long considered usb charging to be a ‘pro’ in our camera reviews, it’s rarely felt as essential is it did in this moment. and although my particular circumstances brought it






updated: a look at the panasonic dc-gh5's autofocus system: digital photography


panasonic's gh-series has always been a line of highly capable video-centric hybrid cameras, and the gh5 is no exception. despite this, panasonic's work on the autofocus system has resulted in some impressive stills-shooting performance; the camera comes with with updated dfd technology, autofocus custom settings so you can tailor the camera to the movement of your subjects and 9fps shooting in raw and jpeg with autofocus.it sure sounds like a winning combination, but that doesn't mean it's perfect. take a look at our updated first impressions review to learn more.see how the panasonic gh5 did in our autofocus testscheck out the gh5 at a rugby match






triggertrap mobile camera control dongle goes open source: digital photography r


following the demise of triggertrap, its innovative remote camera control system is no longer available. but good news for fans of remote photography came this week, with the news that the mobile dongle hardware has been open-sourced.so if you still want one, and you know how to read schematics, you can make your own. if you feel like some diy fun and fancy a challenge, let us know how you get on.read more on diyphotography.net






hands-on with new fujifilm x-e3: digital photography review


fujifilm has just taken the wraps off a brand new camera: the x-e3. successor to the x-e2s, we'll admit that the x-e3 took us rather by surprise. after the release of the x-t10 and x-t20 we had assumed that the rangefinder-style x-e line was all but dead.we don't mind being proven wrong though, especially given that the x-e3 looks like a really nice camera. fujifilm kindly loaned us a prototype for a few days, and we've taken a closer look at what we're starting to think of as a mini x-pro2.






dxomark: dji zenmuse x7 outperforms gh5, on par with top-notch aps-c dslrs: digi


remember when the dji zenmuse x7 drone camera was released, and we said dji had become a camera company without anybody noticing? you might consider the latest scores out of dxomark proof of that assertion. the sensor testing company just released its review of the x7, ranking it above the popular panasonic gh5 and on part with top-scoring aps-c sensors like the nikon d7500.sporting the largest sensor yet for a dji camera module, the x7 boasts a super 35/aps-c sized chip that dxo discovered will hold its own against the leaders in that category. in fact, going through the rankings, you'll find that only two aps-c sensors have ever scored higher than 86. and when you compare it to one of the top-scoring aps-c cameras (the nikon d7500) and the often-drone-mounted panasonic gh5, you see that






olympus om-d e-m10 mark iii review: digital photography review


the olympus om-d e-m10 iii is a 16mp micro four thirds mirrorless camera. it looks like a slightly prettier version of its predecessor and the main changes are to the user interface (ui) and menus, in an aim to make the camera more accessible to relative newcomers to photography.from a hardware point of view, it's a fairly minor update to the mark ii, with some small adjustments to the ergonomics and a new processor. but the ui changes do make some of its smarter features easier to get at.key features:16mp four thirds cmos sensor with no aa filter5-axis image stabilization (4 stops of correction)truepic viii processor4k video with in-body and digital stabilization8.6 fps continuous shooting (4.8 fps with continuous af)2.36m-dot electronic viewfinder1.04m-dot tilting touchscreen330 shot-per






at the market: panasonic gh5 sample video: digital photography review


we've been hard at work testing the new panasonic gh5, and while we put the finishing touches on our review, we wanted to share a video we shot with the camera at seattle's pike place market.the video was recorded in uhd 4k with the gh5's 4:2:2 10-bit color settings. to capture the wide dynamic range in many of the scenes, we filmed using vlog gamma and used a vlog to rec.709 lut as a starting point for color grading. we also wanted to see how well the gh5's white balance worked, so the entire video was captured using auto wb, and we haven't made any white balance corrections, allowing you to see how the camera did in this regard. audio was recorded using the built-in microphones.enjoy this little slice of life in seattle as we finish up our review of the gh5!we are retrieving offers for y






throwback thursday: alpha a700, sony's first high-end dslr: digital photography


turning ten years old this week is the a700, sony's first high-end dslr after fully taking over konica minolta's camera business. with plenty of minolta dna underneath its sony alpha branding, it debuted in september 2007 to take on the likes of canon's 40d and nikon's d300. our 33 page (!) review, published in december of 2007, details the strengths and weaknesses of the camera, and includes musings like "whether the lack of live view has any real relevance in a camera at this level remains to be seen; we doubt it." did you own the a700? let us know in the comments.read our full sony alpha 700 reviewsony alpha a700 sample gallery






so much for that idea: swiss village lifts photography ban after story goes vira


a post shared by bergün - filisur (@berguen.filisur) on may 11, 2017 at 2:12am pdtjust days after 'banning' photography, the swiss village of bergüm has, not surprisingly, reversed course. in a bizarre video, the mayor of bergüm states that 'until the ban on photography is officially lifted, everyone with a camera will be given a friendly special permit.'the video leaves little doubt that the whole thing was a pr stunt, with mayor peter nicolay proclaiming 'the beauty of our village has become world-famous thanks to our friendly photography ban.' judging by how quickly the story spread, the stunt worked exactly as planned.






canon eos m6 with ef-m 22mm f2 sample gallery: digital photography review


the eos m6 is one of canon's most enthusiast-focused mirrorless cameras and, when paired with the diminutive ef-m 22mm f2, should make a convenient carry-anywhere camera. in a recent article, richard suggested it might make a reasonable alternative to an x100 series camera. see our gallery from its travels in europe to see how it performed.this gallery is a mixture of out-of-camera jpegs and adobe camera raw conversions (usually with the camera standard color profile applied and both distortion and ca correction applied).see our canon eos m6 with ef-m 22mm f2 gallery






cp+ 2017: you want a fujifilm gfx 50s (and we have the shots to prove it): digit


the fujifilm gfx 50s is one of the most talked-about recent camera launches, and for good reason. announced at photokina last year, it's fujifilm's first medium-format camera since the days of film.it's based around a familiar 51.4mp sensor, uses a new g-mount and offers weather sealing. with its late february launch imminent, we've just taken delivery of a production camera, in yokohama. take a look at some of the first images from this potentially groundbreaking new system.see our fujifilm gfx 50s sample gallery






cp+ 2017: you want a fujifilm gfx 50s (and we have the shots to prove it): digit


the fujifilm gfx 50s is one of the most talked-about recent camera launches, and for good reason. announced at photokina last year, it's fujifilm's first medium-format camera since the days of film. it's based around a familiar 51.4mp sensor, uses a new g-mount and offers weather sealing. with its late february launch imminent, we've just taken delivery of a production camera, in yokohama. take a look at some of the first images from this potentially groundbreaking new system.see our fujifilm gxf 50s sample gallery






updated: a look at the panasonic dc-gh5's autofocus system: digital photography


panasonic's gh-series has always been a line of highly capable video-centric hybrid cameras, and the gh5 is no exception. despite this, panasonic's work on the autofocus system has resulted in some impressive stills-shooting performance; the camera comes with with updated dfd technology, autofocus custom settings so you can tailor the camera to the movement of your subjects and 9fps shooting in raw and jpeg with autofocus.it sure sounds like a winning combination, but that doesn't mean it's perfect. take a look at our updated first impressions review to learn more.see how the panasonic gh5 did in our autofocus testscheck out the gh5 at a rugby matchwe are retrieving offers for your location, please refresh the page to see the prices.






google clips is an ai-enabled hands-free camera that costs $250: digital photogr


after some expected hardware update announcements, google's "one more thing" turned out to be clips, a tiny, hands-free camera designed to automatically capture everyday moments.






is the future of beginner photography a bright orange camera with no buttons?: d


traditional camera manufacturers fail beginner photographers over and over.they'll gladly sell you a camera with a kit lens, but they've struggled to help beginners with any of the challenges that come after taking it out of the box.it's not for lack of trying; every manufacturer has some form of beginner-friendly mode that will tell you how to open the aperture wider for sharp subjects with blurry backgrounds. but when you put a slow kit lens on a typical entry-level camera, you quickly find that there's more to it than just opening or closing the aperture.only the viewfinder, shutter button and diopter are exposed – no lcd, no dials, everything else is off limits. it's truly a point-and-shoot.and as your memory cards fill up with photos, you realize there's so much more to photography th