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When manufacturers and purveyors of not-quite-toe-curlingly-expensive optically fun lenses Lensbaby launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring a Sweet Spot selective focus lens and companion app to mobile photographers, a few eyebrows were raised. First, because a well-established company was looking for Kickstarter funding for a project that felt nailed-on to succeed and second, because the […]View Post android, app, crowdfunded campaign, Google Play, kickstarter, lensbaby, selective focus, selective focus lens, sweet spot
Olympus and Panasonic unveiled the Micro Four Thirds standard, with its smaller and lighter weight interchangeable lens system, back in 2008. Olympus has focused on building the OM-D line built to Micro Four Thirds standards while Panasonic produced some cameras that are great for making videos. Today, JVC Kenwood has announced that it is joining […]View Post MFT, micro four thirds, standard
Markus Spiering, who until Monday was Head of Product at Flickr, has announced he’s joined Berlin-based photo-sharing community EyeEm, where he’ll be focused on expanding the app into the US market and developing the product team. While Spiering is currently sitting at a desk in Berlin, he will be opening up a San Francisco EyeEm […]View Post EyeEm, flickr, head of product, Marcus Spiering, US
So this just appeared in my Feedly feed: And when I clicked through to read the article, I encountered this: Which implies that a major update to Flickr for mobile is imminent, but that somehow, someone got the blog post announcements a little out-of-synch. Flickr’s mobile apps underwent massive, and much-needed, over-hauls in August and […]View Post
From a Foursquare-like check-in app that wasn’t really going anywhere to a photo-sharing site holding very nearly 20 billion images via a Facebook buy-out worth $1 billion, Instagram announced today that it’s surpassed 200 million users. Or rather, it thanked its users in a blog post for making Instagram great. As a quick reminder, here’s […]View Post Instagram, landmark, milestone, users
If your new Fujifilm X-T1 carries a serial number lower than 41M07801, you are being advised to contact Fujifilm’s customer service team (0844 553 2322 in the UK). This is to arrange for your camera to be inspected and, if necessary, adjusted to remedy a flare issue that some units from early in the production […]View Post fix, flare, fuji, fujifilm, Fujifilm X-T1, repair, X-T1
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Adorama is running $100 off deals on selected Fujifilm, Olympus, and Samsung cameras until 30 March 2014. You’ll need to add the ENDOFMARCH coupon code at the checkout to benefit from them. Fujifilm X-E1 body-only for $499 after applying the coupon X-E1 with 18-55mm lens for $699 after the discount X-Pro1 body-only for $899 after […]View Post adorama, coupon, deal, fujifilm, offer, olympus, samsung
Rules. They’re pretty important. Can you imagine trying to get anywhere without some rules for the road? No one would know when to stop, when to go, or even where to go. It’d be chaos, and not my idea of fun. They provide us with a framework, a means of understanding how things work, which […]View Post