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The Etch-A-Snap is (probably) the world's first Etch-A-Sketch camera

Meet the Etch-A-Snap, the Frankenstein'd creation of self-taught programmer Martin Fitzpatrick. As the name alludes to this creation is the result of mashing together a Pocket Etch-A-Sketch, a Raspberry Pi Zero, and onboard camera module, a couple servo motors and a number of other goodies to create what is 'probably' the world's first Etch-A-Sketch camera. dpreview.com

2019-4-17 23:47

The Essential Landscape + Astrophotography Lenses for Fujifilm Cameras

Fujifilm cameras are fantastic to use for landscapes, cityscapes, and astrophotography. Their small size means you can take them just about anywhere without having to worry about weight, the sensors are capable of capturing tremendous details, the colors they produce are gorgeous, and the fast, wide angle lenses that you can pair with the camera bodies are simply outstanding. thephoblographer.com

2019-4-12 13:00

CP+ 2019: We tour Panasonic's Yamagata lens factory

Yamagata: a long way from Osaka Left to Right; Kiyokazu Ishiyama, Kuniko Katagiri, Kimihiro Wakamizu, Toshiaki Takano and Takemi Oketa The city of Tend. But this quiet spot, hemmed-in by the Iide, It makes other things, too, but we visited because it's responsible for lens units for compact cameras, interchangeable lenses, and lens elements for both Panasonic and other (un-named) customers. dpreview.com

2019-4-8 15:00

Skanda Gautam Documents What Happens When Bricks are Made

Last time we featured the works of Kathmandu-based Skanda Gautam, we took a look at some of Nepal's most pressing issues and vibrant festivals through his lens. Since he has a lot more social stories worth exploring, we might as well dive in to another of his fascinating series: a close look at the everyday life of locals and migrant laborers toiling away at a brick kiln. thephoblographer.com

2019-4-3 16:00

Apple patent application details tech to improve mobile underwater photography

Underwater photographers and cameras have to deal with less than ideal conditions. Light levels are low, water can be murky and add color casts to your images. Underwater modes on rugged cameras and (waterproof) smartphones are not new but now a patent application filed by Apple suggests mobile users could soon benefit from a more sophisticated version and achieve better underwater imaging results in the future if the system is ever implemented. dpreview.com

2019-3-29 23:48