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It seems scarcely believeable but the much-derided Canon EOS M has managed to bag itself an award. I can hear you muttering and imagine you scratching your heads quizzically: just what was deemed award-worthy about the mirror-less camera with criminally slow auto-focusing speeds and risibly bad balance, and by whom? It would seem that the […]View Post canon, Canon EOS M, iF awards, iF product design awards, mirror-less camera
It’s not a leak; it’s a teaser. Fujifilm has posted an image of a new X-mount camera to its website and the line ‘Coming on January 28th.’ Here, you can see it for yourself: Apart from what we can see of the retro-esque design that Fuji’s made its trademark (dials to control exposure compensation, shutter […]View Post 28 January 2014, fujifilm, teaser, X-mount
In a short interlude from CES coverage, we’ll revert to some Snapchat chat (there’s been a bit of that recently) and an amusing story that emerged out of Eton College—educator of Prime Ministers and future kings of England—over the weekend. Following concerns that some of its students might’ve been using the ephemeral messaging service to […]View Post 3G, ban, block, Eton, Snapchat, wi fi
Pictures, pictures everywhere. Our media consumption, both news and social, is dominated by images. It’s almost impossible to send a news story to web publication without one. Increasingly, these images are contributed by the man on the Clapham omnibus who happens to have a smartphone in his hands. The BBC is taking a look back […]View Post
Sony is set to release a firmware upgrade for its QX10 and QX100 smartphone lens attachments in January. If you need a quick reminder the QX10 and QX100 are lens units that you operate from your smartphone via Sony’s PlayMemories app, bringing higher quality images and more control to your smartphone shooting.View Post lens unit, QX10, QX100, sony, Sony PlayMemories app
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Adorama is running a three day sale on Pentax lenses, offering up to $800 off of the DA 560mm F/5.6 ED HD AW super telephoto lens or $100 off of the slightly more managable SMCP-DA 40mm ƒ/2.8 ED HD Limited Edition pancake lens. There are tens of lenses to choose from: zoom, prime, pancake, super […]View Post lens, pentax, sale
Canon is offering cash rebates on purchases of its products in both the UK and Republic of Ireland and in the USA. They are, however, different offers open to different people, so please read carefully. In the UK and Republic Ireland: £150 cashback on a 5D Mark III; £100 rebate on a 7D; and £50 […]View Post canon, cashback, lenses, rebate
Adorama is currently selling Impossible Instant Labs for iPhone 4/4S and 5/5S for $199.99. They usually cost $299.99. If you’ve not bumped into the Impossible Project’s Instant Labs before now, they allow you to make polaroid-like photos from your iPhone. Instead of spraying ink onto paper, they use a photochemical process to produce an image. […]View Post Impossible Labs, Impossible Project, iPhone, iPhoneography, mobile, mobile photography, smartphone