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Opinion: The Fujifilm XT3s Sensor Still Doesnt Output Images That Look Totally Like Film (But Theyre Nice)

The Fujifilm XT3 (or as they call it, the Fujifilm X-T3) is the company's latest evolution to their SLR style camera body designed to be a workhorse for many photographers. Despite a whole lot of great and absolutely fantastic things built into the camera, I personally am wondering what Fujifilm's goal is here with the idea of the X Trans sensor and Film Simulations. thephoblographer.com

2018-9-20 07:00

Review: Blackforest Bags K2 Leather Edition (A Proper Man-Purse of a Camera Bag)

When theBlackforest Bags K2 Leather Edition came in for review, the first thing I thought about is just how much it looks like a man purse. I've reviewed tons of stylish camera bags before, but more than anything else that I've used, theBlackforest Bags K2 Leather Edition seems best meant to accompany your super high end camera--yet theBlackforest Bags K2 Leather Edition isn't available at a super high end price. thephoblographer.com

2018-7-31 07:00

Nikon Coolpix P1000: what you need to know

Nikon Coolpix P1000: what you need to know Nikon's new Coolpix P1000 boasts an extraordinary zoom range and a suite of powerful stills and video features in a (relatively) compact body. We loved the original P900 for its sharp lens and effective stabilization, but its unimpressive EVF and lack of Raw capture mode made it less fun to use than it could have been. dpreview.com

2018-7-11 16:00

PNY launches 512GB microSD card

Camera and smartphone users who want to make the most of their device's microSD card slot have a new option. PNY today announced a new 512 GB microSD card, equaling the capacity of Integral's latest offering and surpassing the 400GB SanDisk model launched in August 2017. dpreview.com

2018-6-2 20:55

Behind the scenes: Shooting a documentary atop a moving train

From 2015 to 2017, filmmaker Miguel de Olaso (AKA Macgregor) and his crew spend many months traveling back and forth on the famed Mauritanian Railwayone of the longest and heaviest trains in the world, the so-called 'Backbone of the Saharato document the grueling journey endured by merchants who regularly travel atop this train to transport goods to people living in remote Saharan towns. dpreview.com

2018-5-22 18:43