Sigma Corporation of America, makers of such fine cameras and lenses, has just revealed that the dp2 Quattro compact will be available for purchase starting August. The dp2 will the first to launch among three cameras that bear the company's new Flaveon "Quattro" Direct Image sensor.
Life-logging cameras have become a fairly established photography niche, giving busy individuals the ability to snap pictures throughout their day, keeping the most notable ones for trips down nostalgia lane later on in life. Not everyone likes having a conspicuous camera strapped to their body, however, and that's where the Archive Eye comes in.
Canon has given its customers a new option for storing their digital wares: Irista, a cloud-based storage service specifically for photographs. This will provide an alternative to more eclectic cloud services like Dropbox and Google Drive, and with it comes a few perks.
Google’s Project Tango is gradually graduating from lab to the real world, with Google’s ATAP team responsible for the 3D mapping technology partnering with NVIDIA for a new developer tablet. Thing is, $1,024 is a whole lot to spend, even for a developer device that can see the world in unprecedented detail. So, why exactly would you need a Project Tango tablet?
On its blog yesterday, Adobe introduced Adobe Camera Raw 8.5 release candidate. With this comes support for six additional cameras from Nikon, Canon, Olympus, and Panasonic. A variety of new lens profiles have also been added, as well as some new features for those using Photoshop CC.
In Early March, word surfaced that Microsoft Executive Vice President of Business Development and Evangelism Tony Bates would be departing the company, something rumored to result from a spat revolving around the appointment of Satya Nadella as CEO. At the time, it was said Bates was being sought as CEO of GoPro, something that has become official today.
Striking headshot portraits that offer the same styles as famous photographers could one day be created from the sort of snaps you can take with your phone, with one computer vision research team cooking up a dynamic retouching system. The handiwork of a group led by computational photography researcher YiChang Shih, the system - dubbed "Style Transfer for Headshot Portraits" - takes a regular source picture and another showing the an example of the sort of style you're trying to achieve, blending the two automatically, and even doing the same for video.
Samsung is trying to lure some new photographers over to its product camp, doing so with a new #DitchTheDSLR campaign being run on Twitter. As part of this, the company is also offering to give photographers a free Samsung NX30 camera -- with one condition.
As content sharing goes increasingly digital, showing off photos to friends and family usually involves pulling out one's phone or tablet to swipe through a gallery or uploading albums to mutual social websites. Lomography doesn't believe the printed photo is dead, however, and aims to show it with the Lomo'Instant photo-printing camera.
Olympus' upcoming camera, the PEN E-PL7, leaked earlier this month by way of manual page snippets showing illustrations of the camera and hinting at features. Additional pages from this manual leaked yesterday, and with them comes a long list of the camera's specifications.