29. Dezember 2020
von Andy Romanoff
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why Mirrorless Wins: We’ve Come a Long Way and I’m Not Going Back

Why Mirrorless Wins: We’ve Come a Long Way and I’m Not Going Back

In 2018 with some trepidation I bought my first mirrorless camera, a Nikon Z7. It wasn’t because I thought it was better than the DSLR I had been using but because my old muscles were spasming with the weight of the camera I was using and I hoped t… Read the rest “Why Mirrorless Wins: We’ve Come a Long Way and I’m Not Going Back”

2. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Calypso, The Original Underwater Camera That Became the Nikonos

Calypso, The Original Underwater Camera That Became the Nikonos

Camera West recently received an unusual camera through a customer trade-in. In this 3-minute video, the camera shop takes a hands-on look at the Calypso, the first 35mm underwater film camera that didn’t require a bulky housing.

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30. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für This is How a Match-Needle Exposure Meter From a 1971 Canon Works

This is How a Match-Needle Exposure Meter From a 1971 Canon Works

Technology Connections, a YouTube channel that covers a wide array of interesting technology stories, has shared this 28-minute video that explores how the Canon F1 from 1971 works, with special detail focused on the camera’s lig… Read the rest “This is How a Match-Needle Exposure Meter From a 1971 Canon Works”

27. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Oddly Satisfying Recording of Classic Camera Shutter Sounds

Oddly Satisfying Recording of Classic Camera Shutter Sounds

We interrupt this regular news day to bring you a short, oddly satisfying recording of classic camera shutter sounds. Created by photographer Ace Noguera, he wanted to share a showcase of vintage cameras that was both visually and aurally … Read the rest “Oddly Satisfying Recording of Classic Camera Shutter Sounds”