Digital Photography Review
February 6
Fujifilm pulls controversial X100V promo video due to the featured photographer's method

Some have criticized the street photographer’s intrusive shooting style.

Lomography Petzval 80.5mm F1.9 MKII Art lens launches on Kickstarter

The company had previously launched 11 successful campaigns on the crowdfunding platform.

Slideshow: Agora's #Photojournalism2020 winner and finalists

Agora, a free-to-use photography app, received 12,321 submissions for its #Photojournalism2020 competition. Here is the overall winner and some of the finalists.

Nomad launches iPhone 11, Google Pixel 4 cases with Moment lens mount

Nomad’s new cases look like an interesting alternative to Moment’s own cases.

Hasselblad XCD 45mm F4 sample gallery

Hasselblad’s new X-series 45mm F4 claims to be the smallest and lightest lens ever developed for digital medium-format cameras. Equally compelling is the fact that it’s less than half the cost of the existing XCD 45mm F3.5. See what it can do.

February 5
Moondog Labs launches a 52mm filter holder for smartphone cameras

The holder attaches to smartphone cases that feature a bayonet mount.

Twitter will start labeling manipulated and deepfaked content

The social media company also plans to remove content that it finds potentially harmful.

RawTherapee 5.8 update adds new Capture Sharpening feature, CR3 support and more

The update also brings support for Canon’s CR3 raw files and addresses a number of bug fixes throughout the program.

Qualcomm shows off the first 8K footage captured with its Snapdragon 865 chipset

The 8K footage was shot on a prototype device with a Sony IMX586 image processor inside.

Sony's image sensor business may be 'enormously' hit by coronavirus outbreak

It all depends on whether the outbreak disrupts Sony’s supply chain in China.

YouTuber upscales classic film to 4K/60p resolution using neural networks

YouTuber Denis Shiryaev used several neural networks to upgrade a classic Lumière Brothers film to 4K/60p and the results are astounding.

Opinion: Fujifilm X100V - why it feels like a missed opportunity

The X100V is the biggest refresh the series has seen since its inception. But Technical Editor Richard Butler is initially disappointed. Based on his own needs, anyway.

Fujifilm X100V pre-production sample gallery (DPReview TV)

In their most recent video, Chris and Jordan previewed the new Fujifilm X100V. This sample gallery includes dozens of photos captured with a pre-production X100V in and around the mean streets of Calgary, Alberta.

February 4
Hands-on with the new Fujifilm X100V

Fujifilm just updated one of its most important – and most-loved – product lines, with the X100V. Some things have changed, while some have stayed the same. Take a look at what’s changed as we go hands-on with the latest X100.

Fujifilm shows off XF 50mm F1.0 lens, teases fastest GF lens yet

At the Fujifilm X100V’s unveiling today, Fujifilm also teased some upcoming lenses, including the XF 50mm F1.0 lens we’ve known about for some time, and new 30mm F3.5 and 80mm F1.7 lenses for their medium-format GFX system. Take a look at our quick hands-on here.

Ricoh announces its new ultra-rugged WG-70 camera

The WG-70 is Ricoh’s latest ultra-compact in its WG series of rugged cameras. It features a 16 Megapixel backside-illuminated sensor capable of capturing 1080p (Full HD) video and features a number of dedicated shooting modes for underwater and macro photography.

Fujifilm X100V initial review: The most capable fixed-lens compact camera, ever

With a slew of significant updates, the Fujifilm X100V’s formula remains the same as the previous models; it’s stylish, engaging to use, and takes great pictures. Find out what Fujifilm’s added to (and taken away from) its fifth X100-series camera in our initial review.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X100V hands-on preview

The wait for the Fujifilm X100V is over! We’ll take you through everything you need to know about this new camera, including its new lens, weather sealing, control changes and more. TL;DR: according to Chris and Jordan, it’s really good.

Fujifilm X-T4 to be unveiled on February 26th

At its ‘X Summit’ in London, Fujifilm announced that the X-T4 will be unveiled later this month, on February 26th.

Fujifilm X100V pre-production sample gallery

We’ve published our first shots from Fujifilm’s newest X100-series camera – a stylish and capable daily companion.

Fujifilm releases X100V with new sensor, new lens and tilting touchscreen

The new Fujifilm X100V has been overhauled inside and out, but with its hybrid optical electronic viewfinder, fast 35mm-equivalent lens and APS-C sensor, it’s still an X100, through-and-through.

Sony patent suggests it's working on developing a folding camera drone

For the past few years, Sony has quietly been developing a camera drone. Sony Alpha Rumors first discovered the patent in October 2018 and another recently-filed patent with more details.

Unsplash partners with major institutions to add modern and historical images to its library

The free stock photography website has teamed with NOAA, NYPL, the Library of Congress and more to expand its library.

Google bug causes backed-up video files to be sent to the wrong users

Some Google Photos video files which were backed up with the Takeout tool in November ended up in the wrong accounts.

Lomography launches its LomoChrome Purple in 110 format cartridges

The ISO 100-400 film ‘forces you to think outside the box, turning blues to greens, greens to purples and yellows to pinks, all while maintaining those rich red tones,’ according to Lomography.

Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H review

The S1H is a full-frame mirrorless camera designed with videographers in mind. It brings features both from the GH series and Panasonic’s professional Varicam line to create the most capable video camera we’ve ever tested.

Do I need the Panasonic S1H, or is the S1 with Log upgrade just as good?

The S1H is a hugely impressive video camera, but so is the S1, especially if you add the SFU2 upgrade to unlock 10-bit capture and 60p output. So do you really need an S1H? We break down the differences.

Fujifilm's X Summit livestream hints at new product launch

Fujifilm will be livestreaming its X Summit 2020 from London on February 4th at 8pm GMT (that’s 3pm Eastern and noon Pacific time). The company promises panel discussions and maybe even a new product announcement.

February 3
Blackmagic Camera Setup 6.8 improves start time and performance for 4K, 6K Pocket Cinema Cameras

The update improves startup time for both the 4K and 6K Pocket Cinema Cameras, and deals with a number of performance issues to improve the overall workflow. Blackmagic has also updates its Avid and Premiere Pro plugins for better performance.

Yuneec launches E30Z 30x optical zoom camera for H520 Hexacopter drone

The new model expands Yuneec’s camera lineup for its pro-grade six-rotor drone.

Hasselblad releases firmware update for its X1D-50c mirrorless medium format camera

The firmware update adds support for Hasselblad’s new 45mm lens, as well as a few features to round out the user experience.

Google is trialing an automated print subscription for Photos

The service can select and print your ten best photos per month at a cost of $8.

Panasonic S1H vs GH5S: not simply 'bigger is better'

The S1H can be seen as a large-sensor GH5S, but it’s not simply the case that the bigger camera gives you better quality. There are times it can, but it’s not just about cleaner footage.

CIPA's 2019 numbers detail worst year of the decade for the camera industry

CIPA’s December data wraps up a 2019 that saw a dramatic decline in DSLR and fixed-lens camera sales, as well as a double-digit percentage decline in mirrorless sales, even as revenue increased for mirrorless sales, suggesting advanced mirrorless cameras are continuing to sell well.

February 2
Video: How to create a custom keyboard shortcut in Adobe Photoshop CC

This quick tip is the latest video in Adobe’s ongoing ‘Photoshop Magic Minute’ series.

Fujifilm X-T3 vs X-Pro3: Which one's right for me?

For two cameras with a lot of hardware in common, the X-T3 and X-Pro3 appeal to very different styles of shooting. Here’s a look at the differences between the two models – and what they mean for the user.

February 1
DPReview TV: Video tripods vs photo tripods

Video tripods with fluid heads provide distinct advantages over standard photo tripods when shooting video, but are they always better? Chris and Jordan compare both types of tripods and demonstrate the pros and cons of each.

January 31
Nikon launching limited-time 'Trade Up' program in the United States for its D780 DSLR

The program, which starts Monday, February 3, 2020, includes trade-in credit for any working camera, regardless of brand.

Update: Nikon's Nikkor Z 70-200mm F2.8 VR S lens is being delayed 'due to production reasons'

Originally set for a February 14, 2020 release date, the lens launch has been pushed back amid production issues.

High-resolution telescope images show Sun's surface in 'unprecedented detail'

The National Science Foundation has shared the highest-resolution images and video ever captured of the Sun.

Profoto adds Android support to its B10, B10 Plus strobes via Profoto Connect app

Previously only available for iOS devices, the Android Profoto Connect app now allows you to control Profoto B10 and B10 Plus strobes from your Android smartphone.

PSA: Download your photos from Canon’s Irista platform by the end of the day before they disappear forever

As it announced back in October 2019, Canon’s cloud-based photo platform Irista is shutting down at the end of the day. With it will go all images currently hosted on the service.

January 30
Canon's annual results show a rough 2019, but tease 'advanced' mirrorless camera, lenses for 2020

Canon’s latest financial documents show the harsh realities of the camera market in 2019, but paint an optimistic picture of the future, with an emphasis on plans to launch ‘advanced feature full-frame model and lenses’ in 2020 and beyond.

Magic Plate quick-release plate makes it easy to toggle from landscape to portrait

Silence Corner has launched its new quick-release plate on Kickstarter, promising durability and a high level of convenience.

NASA astronaut Jessica Meir uses Nikon D5 to snap two space selfies

Joining her images of Earth from space are two new selfies from NASA astronaut Jessica Meir captured during a recent ISS spacewalk.

US Interior Department grounds Chinese-made drones in its fleet citing ongoing security concerns

The order formalizes a ‘pause’ first announced back in October 2019.

Tamron 20mm F2.8 Macro sample gallery

The Tamron 20mm F2.8, the third of Tamron’s trio of compact, F2.8 macro prime lenses has landed in the DPReview offices and we’ve taken it for a test spin around the city. Check out what this lens can do with subjects both near and far.

January 29
New UK bill would enable police to stop, search and seize drones

Parliament recently conducted a second reading of a new bill that will give UK Police the power to stop and seize drones.

Update (confirmed): PDN is retiring its print and online magazines, PhotoPlus and WPPI to stay

First published in 1980, Photo District News has been sharing the latest photography news and content for decades.

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