6. Mai 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für RUHAcam Is A Raspberry Pi-Powered Digital Camera You Can 3D Print

RUHAcam Is A Raspberry Pi-Powered Digital Camera You Can 3D Print

Inspired by do-it-yourself camera parts and projects, Ping-Hsun Chen and Ruha Cheng took things a step further and released a retro-style RUHAcam kit built around a Raspberry Pi Zero W connected to the High-Quality Camera Module.

DIY pho… Read the rest “RUHAcam Is A Raspberry Pi-Powered Digital Camera You Can 3D Print”

4. Mai 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für Hasselblad 907X Review: Beautiful Photos, Frustrating Experience

Hasselblad 907X Review: Beautiful Photos, Frustrating Experience

Despite lots of gorgeous resolution and a beautiful solid metal design, the $6,400 Hasselblad 907X 50c is not without its problems. It lacks a traditional viewfinder and has noticeably slow autofocus.

It’s a system that took a fair … Read the rest “Hasselblad 907X Review: Beautiful Photos, Frustrating Experience”

1. Mai 2021
von Joseph D'Agostino
Kommentare deaktiviert für My Time with the Fujifilm X-E4

My Time with the Fujifilm X-E4

I’m not the first on the block to write about the Fujifilm X-E4, but I finally got around to doing it and I’m glad that I did.

Full disclosure: Fujifilm North America sent me the Fujifilm X-E4 free of charge along with the new 27mm f/2.8 IIRead the rest “My Time with the Fujifilm X-E4”

28. April 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon Z7 II Review: Not Just An Upgrade, But A Remarkable Camera

Nikon Z7 II Review: Not Just An Upgrade, But A Remarkable Camera

The original Nikon Z6 and Z7 were personal favorites of mine, but there were a few things “missing” from that mirrorless system that I was hoping would be addressed in the next generation. Thankfully I was not disappointed wit… Read the rest “Nikon Z7 II Review: Not Just An Upgrade, But A Remarkable Camera”

20. April 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV

The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV

Released in 2016, the Canon 5D Mark IV got a range of reviews, with most being quite negative. 5 years down the road, how does this camera hold up in professional jobs, and will I be upgrading from it?

Last year, just before things got slightly o… Read the rest “The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV”

17. April 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für The First-Ever Camera Collar Footage Shot by a Wild Wolf

The First-Ever Camera Collar Footage Shot by a Wild Wolf

You can now see the world from a wolf’s point of view. This 3-minute video is the first-ever camera collar footage shot from the perspective of a wild wolf.

The video was released by the Voyageurs Wolf Project, which studies wolves in t… Read the rest “The First-Ever Camera Collar Footage Shot by a Wild Wolf”

6. April 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Polaroid Founder Edwin Land Foresaw the Smartphone Camera in 1970

Polaroid Founder Edwin Land Foresaw the Smartphone Camera in 1970

Polaroid founder Edwin Land was a visionary tech titan of his time, and as is common with pioneering entrepreneurs, Land had unusual foresight into where technology was headed. Here’s a neat video from 1970 in which Land accurately … Read the rest “Polaroid Founder Edwin Land Foresaw the Smartphone Camera in 1970”

1. April 2021
von Stephen Obermeier
Kommentare deaktiviert für Review: The Pentax K-3 III Proves That DSLR Tech is Far from Finished

Review: The Pentax K-3 III Proves That DSLR Tech is Far from Finished

Pentax recently provided me with the new Pentax K-3 III and an 11-18mm lens. It is a pre-production model and the firmware is not final yet. This means that quite a few things don’t work yet or don’t work as they should.

For this te… Read the rest “Review: The Pentax K-3 III Proves That DSLR Tech is Far from Finished”

29. März 2021
von Joy Celine Asto
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Best Mirrorless Cameras in 2021

The Best Mirrorless Cameras in 2021

Given all the choices when it comes to a new camera, it can be quite an ordeal to research and decide on just one. While it mostly depends on what you need as a photographer. If you’ve been leaning more towards picking up a mirrorless came… Read the rest “The Best Mirrorless Cameras in 2021”

25. März 2021
von Cheng Qwee Low
Kommentare deaktiviert für Building a 16×20 Camera with a Giant Aerial Lens and Cardboard

Building a 16×20 Camera with a Giant Aerial Lens and Cardboard

A few years ago I built an ultra-large-format (ULF) camera that is 24 inches by 24 inches. While it was a pretty huge camera, it was a simple build it was just two square standards, one for the front and one from the back that were connected by a bi… Read the rest “Building a 16×20 Camera with a Giant Aerial Lens and Cardboard”

10. März 2021
von Mik Skinner
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Little Camera That Can: Pocketing the Fuji X70

The Little Camera That Can: Pocketing the Fuji X70

I bought a used Fujifilm X70 online last year during the UK lockdown. For quite a while I’d been wanting a camera that I could pocket. No case, no fluff, just pocket.

The criteria was that simple. Such a camera would be unnoticed, yet with me all … Read the rest “The Little Camera That Can: Pocketing the Fuji X70”

30. Januar 2021
von Bryan Minear
Kommentare deaktiviert für Fuji GFX 100S: I Found the Landscape Photography Camera of My Dreams

Fuji GFX 100S: I Found the Landscape Photography Camera of My Dreams

I have to say that I absolutely love when Fujifilm gives me a project. I tend to make some of my best work when I am under a deadline. And of course, I’m incredibly honored that I am one of the few that they trusted with this beast pre-launch.

Now, I… Read the rest “Fuji GFX 100S: I Found the Landscape Photography Camera of My Dreams”

14. Januar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Watch an Expert Woodworker Build a Traditional Large Format Camera

Watch an Expert Woodworker Build a Traditional Large Format Camera

Patrick Sullivan is a woodworker with over 50 years of experience under his belt. In this 15-minute video, Sullivan shares how he spent the last couple of months building a traditional large format camera — a project that kept him … Read the rest “Watch an Expert Woodworker Build a Traditional Large Format Camera”

12. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Company is Making Wholly Original, Affordable, Customizable Medium Format Film Cameras

This Company is Making Wholly Original, Affordable, Customizable Medium Format Film Cameras

In 2016 and again in 2018, PetaPixel featured the work of Dora Goodman, a woman who was adding hand-crafted elements to analog cameras. Fast forward to 2021, and Goodman has gone steps further and finally created cameras of her own design.

W… Read the rest “This Company is Making Wholly Original, Affordable, Customizable Medium Format Film Cameras”

2. Januar 2021
von Martin Kaninsky
Kommentare deaktiviert für Is the Ricoh GR III Still a Worthy Street Photography Camera in 2021?

Is the Ricoh GR III Still a Worthy Street Photography Camera in 2021?

If someone were to ask you what type of camera is best for street photography, what would your answer be? In the early 2000s, when digital street photography was only for hipsters, your answer would probably be some kind of stylish rangefind… Read the rest “Is the Ricoh GR III Still a Worthy Street Photography Camera in 2021?”

24. Dezember 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Hands-On Preview of the Pentax K-3 Mark III

A Hands-On Preview of the Pentax K-3 Mark III

Tokyo-based journalist Albert Siegel has published one of the first hands-on previews of Pentax’s new APS-C flagship DSLR, the K-3 Mark III. His 6-minute video above provides a closer look at a camera that’s set to be officia… Read the rest “A Hands-On Preview of the Pentax K-3 Mark III”

16. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photog Builds LEGO 4×5 Camera After Being Forced to Sell Favorite Camera

Photog Builds LEGO 4×5 Camera After Being Forced to Sell Favorite Camera

A photographer in Japan was forced to sell his favorite camera earlier this year after being impacted by the COVID-19 recession. Instead of letting that put a stop to his art, he decided to build his own 4×5 large format camera… u… Read the rest “Photog Builds LEGO 4×5 Camera After Being Forced to Sell Favorite Camera”

14. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Look at the Linhof 617 S III: Shoot 4 Huge Panoramas Per Roll of 120 Film

A Look at the Linhof 617 S III: Shoot 4 Huge Panoramas Per Roll of 120 Film

The Linhof 617 S III Technorama is a panoramic film camera that captures four giant 6x17cm panoramas per roll of 120 film (hence the name 617). Camera West TV made this 4-minute video that offers a look at this special camera and the results it … Read the rest “A Look at the Linhof 617 S III: Shoot 4 Huge Panoramas Per Roll of 120 Film”

9. November 2020
von Kien Lam
Kommentare deaktiviert für My 10 Year Search for the Perfect Camera Brought Me Back to APS-C

My 10 Year Search for the Perfect Camera Brought Me Back to APS-C

In 2015, I fully committed to switching from my Nikon DSLR system to a Sony mirrorless system starting with the Sony a7 II. Up until that point, I had always held on to my Nikon D700 and D800 as my workhorse cameras for weddings and commercial sh… Read the rest “My 10 Year Search for the Perfect Camera Brought Me Back to APS-C”

7. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Solarcan Colours: A Trio of Soda Can Cameras for Tinted Solargraphs

Solarcan Colours: A Trio of Soda Can Cameras for Tinted Solargraphs

Three years after launching the original Solarcan, photographer Sam Cornwell has just unveiled Solarcan Colours. It’s a trio of new cameras that each captures solargraphs in a different tint.

The Solarcan is a unique camera shape… Read the rest “Solarcan Colours: A Trio of Soda Can Cameras for Tinted Solargraphs”