If you use power banks to charge your phone or other gear on the go pay attention. If the price sounds too good to be true: it probably is. A cheap power bank may explode and cause a serious disaster – and this is just what happened to a man in China recently. While riding on a bus, his power bank exploded in his backpack and set it on fire.
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm f/5-6.3 IS is a newly announced lens from Olympus. If you’re looking for a super-zoom lens for, say, wildlife or sports, looks like this one could be the right choice. Since it’s compatible with Olympus’ 1.4x and 2x teleconverters, you can get up to 1600mm equivalent focal length with this lens.
After the initially leaked image and specs, Tamron has now officially announced the new zoom lens for Sony E-mount. The Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD is in the works, but it looks like we won’t have it in our hands for a while longer, as the company has only announced the development of the lens for now.
Image stabilisation is always a hot topic when it comes to cameras. Every time a new camera comes out, people are concerned about how many stops of compensation it can provide, or if it even has built-in stabilisation at all. But how does it all work?
Dave Etchells of Imaging Resource wanted to take a deep dive into the topic of stabilisation and how it works, so he went to visit Olympus in Japan to find out how they implement IBIS. Despite the fact that the video is being published just now, the visit took place in October last year.
Looks like Tamron is cooking a new 70-300mm lens for Sony E-mount. Only days ahead of the official announcement, a photo and some specs have leaked for the new E-mount version of the Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD.
It’s no secret that Leica cameras are expensive. But how can you make it look even more expensive? Well, the new TTartisan 35mm f/1.4 lens is a golden opportunity to add bling to your Leica. And I mean “golden” quite literally, as this lens is 24k gold-plated. To make it even more exclusive, only 200 pieces are available to order worldwide.
Hello! My name is Ben Kelmer and I am a wedding photojournalist. I’m based in Tel Aviv (well, Givatayim actually, which no one can ever find), and I love to travel (but only for short trips if it’s without my wife and kids).
I’ve been a photographer from a very young age. I started photographing when I was 14 after being accepted to our local art school’s film department.
Professionally, however, I started almost 10 years ago as a photojournalist for major Israeli news outlets. When I was 14, the first camera I got was a Ricoh. I later moved on to Nikon and have been with them ever since.
Canon R5 has proven to be an amazing camera. But sadly, it has also proven to have overheating issues. In one of his previous videos, Dan Watson used the R5 side by side with the Sony a7S, and overheating was only one of the aspects he compared. In his latest video, he has addressed this problem specifically. So, when the Canon R5 and the Sony a7S shoot side by side, which one will overheat faster? Let’s watch and see.
Fujifilm has introduced two new additions to its lighting line-up. EF-60 speedlight and EF-W1 wireless commander are now out, enabling off-camera flash for the company’s X and GFX series cameras.