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NASA photographer Bill Ingalls' camera melted in fire caused by rocket launch

Credits: NASA/Bill Ingalls Last week, a tweeted image of a melted camera belonging to NASA photographer Bill Ingalls caught the Internet's attention. In a statement clarifying the matter, the space agency explained the story behind the image, saying, "His creativity and efforts to get unique images are well known within the agency and to those who follow it. dpreview.com

2018-5-29 23:02

(SR3) Zeiss rumored to launch the worlds first lens with ALON elements? Its a 35mm f/1.8 FE pancake?

Image on top shows a lens from the famous Pentax limited Full Frame pancake series I just got this rumor that made me jump off the chair. The source writes that Zeiss is going to launch a new pancake lens series: They are preparing to announce a new compact lens series with astonishing image quality […] The post (SR3) Zeiss rumored to launch the world’s first lens with ALON elements? It’s a 35mm f/1.8 FE pancake? appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2018-5-3 17:33

Sony Europe will launch massive up to 1.000 cashback action on May 1

Dear European friends: Sony Europe will launch massive up to 1. 000 cashback action on May 1! Tune in on SonyAlpharumors. com on May 1 to get the links to the cashback action. – #sonyimages #sonyalphasclub #sonyalpha #sonyphotography #sonyphotogallery #sonyalpharumors #sonyalphagear #SonyPhotoGallery #SonyAlphasClub #SonyMirrorless Ein Beitrag geteilt von Andrea Photographer-Explorer (@andrea_pizzini_photographer) am Apr 26, 2018 um 10:37 […] The post Sony Europe will launch massive up to 1. sonyalpharumors.com

2018-4-27 08:38

This stunning timelapse captured SpaceX's glowing Falcon 9 launch

Last Friday, SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Airforce Base on the California coast. But the light show it created in the evening sky looked less like a rocket launch and more like an alien light show, stopping traffic on the highways as people pulled over to take cell phone pictures and video of what they thought might just be the beginning of an alien takeover. dpreview.com

2017-12-26 21:00