Photography

Sandmarc anamorphic lens adds cinematic flare to iPhone videos

Sandmarc anamorphic lens adds cinematic flare to iPhone videos

Sandmarc has launched an anamorphic lens for the iPhone, enabling mobile users to capture ultra-wide videos with a classic cinematic look, including a lens flare effect akin to what viewers see in movies. The lens is designed specifically for the iPhone, boasting features similar to traditional camera lenses, including multiple elements and multiple coatings.

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Adobe bites the bullet and puts Lightroom in the Mac App Store

Adobe bites the bullet and puts Lightroom in the Mac App Store

Adobe's Lightroom has found its way into the Mac App Store, offering subscription access to the popular photo editing and organization tool. It's the first software from Adobe's full-featured Photoshop family to find its way into Apple's official download store for macOS.

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OPPO in-display camera could debut next week

OPPO in-display camera could debut next week

Despite having been around for almost two years now, notches still prove to be a controversial topic. Even more so punch-hole designs like Samsung's Infinity-O screens. When it comes to bezel-less displays without cutouts, the holy grail is to have the camera under the display. Samsung was rumored to be working on such a technology but now it seems that its Chinese competitors will beat it to the punch, with OPPO blazing the trail as early as next week.

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Hasselblad X1D II delivers cheaper, faster 50MP medium format camera

Hasselblad X1D II delivers cheaper, faster 50MP medium format camera

Hasselblad cameras have long been coveted by photographers, even if they were priced out of reach for most, but a new medium format model promises to be a little more attainable. The Hasselblad X1D II was revealed today, building on 2016's X1D-50c - the first of its mirrorless medium format digital cameras - for a faster and easier-to-use experience.

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Olympus Teleconverter MC-20 gets your zoom 2x as close

Olympus Teleconverter MC-20 gets your zoom 2x as close

Olympus knows you probably want to get closer with your zoom, and the new M.Zuiko Digital 2x Teleconverter MC-20 promises double the focal length of your existing lens for when its current magnification just isn't enough. The add-on slots in-between your camera and a handful of Olympus' zoom lenses, delivering up to 1200mm-equivalent handheld shots.

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Olympus E-M1 Mark II update adds the E-M1X’s clever AF

Olympus E-M1 Mark II update adds the E-M1X’s clever AF

Olympus is pushing out firmware 3.0 for the OM-D E-M1 Mark II, and if you've been coveting an E-M1X then this new software might settle your desires for a while. The updated camera now uses the E-M1X's autofocus algorithm, and drops alongside an E-M1X firmware update and a new version of Olympus Workspace which pros are likely to be pleased about.

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Distortion-free wide-angle shots might soon be a reality

Distortion-free wide-angle shots might soon be a reality

When it comes to mobile photography, Google proved two important things. First, megapixel count isn't the end all and be all of quality. The second is that software can sometimes achieve what sometimes requires additional or more advanced software. Since then, it has become en vogue among smartphone makers to use AI, machine learning, and algorithms to produce certain effects using smartphone cameras. Now a group of MIT Researchers has come up with an algorithm to fix yet another common complaint about smartphone cameras: distorted wide-angle photos.

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Adobe built an AI to keep Photoshopped faces honest

Adobe built an AI to keep Photoshopped faces honest

Photoshop has undoubtedly changed expectations of modern beauty, but a new research project could help pull back the tech and help make faked images more honest. The handiwork of two Adobe researchers along with a team from UC Berkeley, the new image forensics tool can spot where Photoshop's Face Aware Liquify feature has been applied.

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Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay camera adds audio to your instant photos

Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay camera adds audio to your instant photos

Fujifilm has announced that it's expanding its Instax line with a very interesting camera. Dubbed the Instax Mini LiPlay, this new camera allows you to instantly print the photos you take, but it does so with a twist. In addition to taking and printing photos, you can also capture the audio from the moment the picture was shot and play it back by scanning a QR code that appears on the printed image.

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Fujifilm resurrects B&W film as millennials turn from digital to analog

Fujifilm resurrects B&W film as millennials turn from digital to analog

Fujifilm is joining Kodak in the slow process of resurrecting some of its analog film products. The company credits millennials and generation Z consumers with the renewed interest in analog photography, a market that previously dwindled to near eradication under the growth of the digital medium. The company plans to resume production of a black and white film product.

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iOS 13 Photo and Camera apps battle Google Photos with edit expansion, Video rotation

iOS 13 Photo and Camera apps battle Google Photos with edit expansion, Video rotation

You can now rotate a video in iOS, for the first time in the history of iOS. Your iPhone can, finally, rotate a video, in iOS 13, finally. What a world we live in - so great we get to rotate videos in the phone, like wow! Also there's a whole bunch of new features in Video and Photo editing and organization in the Photos app soon - with iOS 13, of course.

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Panasonic Lumix S1H full-frame mirrorless camera shoots 6K video

Panasonic Lumix S1H full-frame mirrorless camera shoots 6K video

Panasonic has unveiled the new Lumix S1H full-frame mirrorless camera, the first model to ever support 6K/24p 3:2 aspect ratio video recording, according to the company. This full-frame addition to the Lumix S series also supports recording 'cinema' video in 5.9K/30p 16:9 and 10-bit 4K/C4K 60p resolutions. Panasonic says its new S1H model offers a wide color space and rich gradation that is 'virtually equal to' what users get from cinema cameras.

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