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iPhone 12: Which models have which cameras?

Apple iPhone 12: which phone has which cameras? Apple doesn't make its naming system easy to understand, but to be fair, the company is hardly alone in this. This year's class of new iPhones includes four models iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max and aside from the size differences implied by 'mini' and 'Max,' you're on your own to figure out what separates them. dpreview.com

2020-10-22 16:00

Video: This is what happens when you make a bullet-time rig out of 15 Raspberry Pi cameras

Canadian photographer Eric Parn be put together as a video to show the person frozen in mid-air as the camera appears to pan around them. The technique, made popular by the fight scenes in the movie The Matrix, requires that the cameras used are all pointing at exactly the same spot and that the shutters are tripped either at the same moment or in sequence. dpreview.com

2020-10-17 21:52

Nikon Z7 II initial review

Introduction Nikon has just announced the Z7 II, the second iteration of its high-resolution full-frame mirrorless camera. As the name implies, this is a refinement rather than a reimagining; so while the updates may not knock your socks off, we really enjoyed the original Z7 and this new model builds on an already successful formula. dpreview.com

2020-10-14 07:01

Camera Bits releases Photo Mechanic Plus, a new DAM with an emphasis on speed, efficiency

Camera Bits, the company behind the popular photo ingestion program Photo Mechanic, has released its newest product, Photo Mechanic Plus. This new program features all of the ingestion, code replacement and other features within the standard Photo Mechanic program, but takes it a step further by adding a full-fledged digital asset manager (DAM) for organizing and sorting through your photographs with ease, not unlike Adobe Photoshop Bridge or the Catalog module in Lightroom. dpreview.com

2020-10-9 19:52

Freefly Systems announces Astro quadcopter, hints at new 4K camera

Freefly Systems recently introduced the Astro, a quadcopter capable of carrying a two-pound payload on a 3-axis gimbal for up to 30 minutes. While the company is following in the footsteps of fellow American manufacturer, Skydio, by primarily marketing its latest offering to the public sector and enterprise, it's worth noting that the Astro allows you to capture 61MP aerial photos with the Sony a7R IV camera. dpreview.com

2020-10-7 17:30