digital photography

Phase One Industrial’s iXU 180: compact 80MP drone camera

Phase One Industrial’s iXU 180: compact 80MP drone camera

Phase One Industrial is coming out with a new camera, the iXU 180, specifically designed for to be mounted on drones and aircraft. So, you could even mount it on an awesome Star Wars themed drone like this. The camera has an 80 megapixel CCD sensor, allowing it to gather huge amounts of information from a single shot. The camera body weighs 2 pounds and measures in at 97.4 x 93 x 110mm. Phase One is claiming that the iXU 180 is the world's smallest medium format 80 megapixel aerial camera.

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Enlight for iPhone takes on the biggest photo editing apps

Enlight for iPhone takes on the biggest photo editing apps

Most of your photos are probably taken with your smartphone, and so it isn't surprising that most of your photo editing is probably likewise done on your phone. For that reason, the number of sophisticated image editors for mobile devices has grown slowly but steadily over the years, and mobile photographs now have a number of options that extend far beyond Instagram filters. Still, using the higher-end apps can also be confusing, driving many to their laptops where menus are larger and more easily arranged. A new app for iOS in particular has managed to solve that problem, however, without sacrificing features.

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Shot on iPhone 6 puts users’ photos on billboards and ads

Shot on iPhone 6 puts users’ photos on billboards and ads

Although smartphones have been getting camera sensors in increasing megapixel sizes, we've been saying time and again that it isn't all about the number of pixels. To really emphasize that point, Apple is doing a new ad campaign that boasts of the digital photography of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. But instead of preaching that itself, it is letting users do the talking. With Shot on iPhone 6, the company is highlighting 57 some of the best and most creative works that come from users' own smartphones.

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Affinity Photo takes on Photoshop, currently in beta for OS X

Affinity Photo takes on Photoshop, currently in beta for OS X

If you want to edit photos like a pro, the term ‘Photoshop’ has become as synonymous with doing so as ‘Google’ is to searching the Internet for stuff. A new editor is on the horizon, though, and it’s pretty special. Affinity Photo is currently in beta, but packs a ton of Photoshop-y tools that pros and amateurs alike will find useful. It’s the same team behind another very useful Photoshop tool, Affinity Designer, and packs just as much punch for photo editing as Designer did for things like vector art.

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Nikon Coolpix P610, L840 mid-range cameras bring ultra zoom

Nikon Coolpix P610, L840 mid-range cameras bring ultra zoom

Nikon has introduced a trio of new compact high-zoom cameras in its S-Series, and rounding out its new ultra-zoom lineup are a couple additional Coolpix cameras: the P610 and the L840. These cameras are more robust than compact shooters but smaller than a DSLR, both offering features relatively similar to the new S-Series compacts with the addition of ultra-zoom ratings. The P610 is the higher end of the two models, though both are substantial offerings; both models arrive in March.

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Ricoh WG-5 rugged camera sports high res and GPS

Ricoh WG-5 rugged camera sports high res and GPS

Earlier this week, Ricoh undisclosed its newest edition to the WG outdoor, adventure series of shock proof, enhanced underwater compact cameras. This latest design has focussed on simple, compact body however includes all the features and upgrades expected from an active, on-the-go camera. The contours of the non-slip body combined with the pocket-size chassis enable the user to utilize it in extreme conditions.

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Canon unveils 2015 camera lineup: 5DS, Rebel T6s, ELPH, SX410

Canon unveils 2015 camera lineup: 5DS, Rebel T6s, ELPH, SX410

This week we've got one whole heck of a lot of Canon photography equipment being revealed, with cameras popping up from the very inexpensive to the top of the line in personal shooters. The SX410 IS comes as the successor to the SX400 HS, the PowerShot ELPH 350 HS comes as the successor to the ELPH 340 HS, and the EOS Rebel T6i comes as the latest edition of the "classic" Rebel. Then there's the EOS Rebel T6s, designed to deliver the best possible photos with an EOS APS-C format sensor, and the Canon 5DS SR, delivering the world's highest resolution among 35mm-format Digital SLRs.

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Canon G3 X detailed but under development

Canon G3 X detailed but under development

This week the folks at Canon have revealed details on the PowerShot G3 X officially. Not in full, that is to say, and not in a way that's similar to that of the announcements they've made of other cameras this week. Instead, the follow-up to the PowerShot G1 X Mark II and the compact-body PowerShot G7 X, the Canon PowerShot G3 X will work with a 1-inch sensor, a 24–600mm (35mm film equivalent) 25x optical zoom lens, and a compact overall size. Not much else is being made official by the company today.

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Canon 5DS / SR official with 50-megapixel sensor

Canon 5DS / SR official with 50-megapixel sensor

One of the most powerful Digital SLR cameras in the world has been revealed this week by Canon in two editions, the Canon 5DS and 5DS SR. This machine family works with the world's highest resolution among 35mm-format Digital SLRs (as of January 6th, 2015, and likely for a while to come) at a whopping 50.6-megapixels. This camera also works with Canon's latest image processor, the Dual DiGiC 6.

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