Photography

Moment Pro Camera for iOS adds long exposure support

Moment Pro Camera for iOS adds long exposure support

The popular Moment Pro Camera app for iOS has received a major update that introduces multiple new features, the most exciting of which is a long exposure mode. The new mode makes it possible for users to capture long exposures with their iPhone, adding the coveted light streaks to nighttime photography. The update also brings a blur smoothing feature and more.

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Canon IVY REC is pretty much a new HTC Re

Canon IVY REC is pretty much a new HTC Re

The folks at Canon have a new camera they want you to see, a camera that'll go with you wherever you like, clipped to your belt loop. This camera is the Canon IVY REC, and upon first glance, it reminded us of one of the most strange cameras ever made: the HTC Re. The HTC Re looked for all the world like a fat pipe, the likes of which you'd use to capture video and photos anywhere you went with a tap of its giant physical backside button.

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Sony RX100 III Video Creation Kit bundles everything beginners need

Sony RX100 III Video Creation Kit bundles everything beginners need

Even with the rise of smartphones and their increasingly sophisticated cameras, digital cameras haven’t completely gone out fashion. In fact, some would say it has encouraged avid mobile photographers to “graduated” to dedicated cameras. The transition, however, isn’t always smooth. Not only is the operation different, it is often the case that you will need more than just a camera to survive as a photographer. That’s why Sony has launched the RX100 III Video Creation Kit to bundle all the parts budding vloggers and video creators to get started.

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Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III leak could give fans a reason to upgrade

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III leak could give fans a reason to upgrade

Different camera makers have different strategies for upgrading their product lines. Some prefer to win over hearts by pushing out software updates that make old cameras feel brand new with new features. Others prefer to launch cameras with incremental improvements in the hopes that some customers would upgrade after every other generation. That strategy is especially true for "beginner-friendly" cameras that aim to sell by the numbers. At first glance, the PowerShot G7 X Mark III seems to be like that but Canon may actually have an ace up its sleeve.

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John Oliver: Mt Everest is polluted for want of selfie photos

John Oliver: Mt Everest is polluted for want of selfie photos

Over the last several months, the constant summiting of Mount Everest has popped up in the news - almost always for reasons rather negative. This week, the summiting of Mount Everest gained some major internet attention thanks to a feature on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. Today we've got both that and this: A bunch of garbage facts that should deter you and your brethren from attempting the once-awesome, now-awful climb to the world's highest peak.

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Pixel 4 could finally have support for P3 wide-color image capture

Pixel 4 could finally have support for P3 wide-color image capture

For a couple of generations now, Android phones have dominated camera benchmarks like DxOMark. Google's Pixel phones, in particular, have been praised for what they can pull off with just one camera and software where others require two or more. Despite those advancements, Apple's iPhones have had one distinct advantage since 2016. That, however, may be a thing of the past if the Pixel 4's Google Camera will indeed start supporting wide-color photo capture later this year.

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Leica M-E (Typ 240) launched as a budget-friendly rangefinder

Leica M-E (Typ 240) launched as a budget-friendly rangefinder

Contrary to popular notion, cameras haven't gone extinct thanks to smartphones. Many have become cheaper while others have started to offer more features at the starting level. Others, however, continue to bank on their reputation and the quality expected from it and keep prices high, even for entry-level cameras. The new Leica M-E (Typ 240) tries to buck the latter trend by offering a relatively more affordable rangefinder camera. That said, it's still going to burn a hole in your wallet.

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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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