Ladies and gentlemen, the wait is over and it seems like Nikon has nailed it.
Regardless of your thoughts on Lomography and their analogue antics, it’s hard to deny their ongoing success with bringing long-lost lenses back from the grave. Today, they continue that trend by officially announcing their latest ‘Art’ lens, a 50mm f/1.5 lens called the Jupiter 3+ Art.[Read More…]
Today, Leica unveiled the Leica X-U (Typ 113), its first camera made specifically for shooting in rough, wet conditions.[Read More…]
Irresponsible and ill-intentioned drone operators continue to pose safety and security hazards, and researchers continue to develop inventive ways of taking out the rogue devices.
The Drone Catcher is not the first anti-drone solution nor the first anti-drone drone, but it’s definitely the closest one to possessing superhero capabilities.
Developed by Michigan Tech’s HIRo Lab (Human-Interactive Robotics), the Drone Catcher fires a net at other drones and catches them mid-air.
It’s only Tuesday and this week is already looking good for eBay browsers—especially if you’re a Nikon fan.
Yesterday, we shared with you a super rare Nikon lens being sold on eBay for $33K. Today, we’ve come across an even more exclusive Nikon F3 camera modified for NASA to use during shuttle missions.[Read More…]
They’re lightweight, cheap, and you’ve probably got a bunch of them lying around somewhere anyway – drink koozies are good for more than just keeping your beers cold.
The debate over which system is better, DSLR or mirrorless, is on its way to becoming as heated as Canon vs Nikon.
As mirrorless systems improve and catch up to DSLR cameras, or in some aspects outdo them, the decision which to get isn’t as easy as it used to be.
One of the main advantages of mirrorless cameras is that they are much lighter, and that’s exactly the point Fuji’s vice president demonstrated today – in the most awesome argument made to date.