February 28
Meyer Optik Görlitz will return once again, this time at Photokina 2020

Meyer Optik Görlitz's latest owner is ready to show off its first six lenses, assuming Photokina 2020 doesn't get shuttered before the optics brand has a chance to show off its latest lenses.

Vivo's latest concept phone comes with 'gimbal-like' main camera stabilization

Vivo says the new system expands the stabilization angle by 200 percent compared to conventional systems.

Organizers say Photokina 2020 is still set to go according to schedule, despite growing COVID-19 concerns

At a press conference in Cologne, Germany, Koelnmesse Vice President, Christoph Werner, said ‘At this time, there is no reason to halt a large-scale event like [Photokina 2020],’ according to translated text from DC Watch.

Opinion: Fujifilm's decision to omit the headphone jack on the X-T4 is a mistake

The Fujifilm X-T4 is the company's most video-centric model yet, but omitting a headphone jack on the camera shows that Fujifilm still doesn't understand how video shooters work.

ON1 announces upcoming Android, iOS mobile app set to ship 'in the first half of 2020'

Not much information was given about the app, but what we do know is it will be able to both capture and edit Raw photos, with the ability to sync edits across devices and even to ON1 Photo RAW for macOS and Windows computers.

Hands-on with the latest Nikon Z lenses, AF-S 120-300mm F2.8

Nikon's brought the new Z-mount Nikkor 20mm F1.8S, Z 24-200mm F4-6.3 and AF-S 120-300mm F2.8E for F-mount to its booth at the WPPI Expo in Las Vegas. We got an up-close and personal look at them – check them out here.

February 27
Sirui launches AM-2 Travel carbon fiber tripod series with five models and a ball head

The lineup includes four tripods, a standalone center column and an optional ball head.

Hollywood filmmaker claims Apple won't let villains use iPhones in movies

The fact is a spoiler that could ruin the surprise in future movies, but director Rian Johnson is okay with that.

Panasonic updates its L-mount lens roadmap with two new primes, drops the 100mm F2.8 Macro

The updated roadmap includes two new prime lenses and is notably absent of the 100mm F2.8 Macro lens compared to Panasonic's previous lens roadmap.

Video: Three types of photographers, illustrated by the 'The Grand Tour' trio

Jeremy, Richard and James of The Grand Tour use a photo expedition in Columbia as a means to poke fun at three different types of photographers you might find out in the wild.

Hands-on with the Nikon D6 at WPPI

We stopped by the Nikon booth at the 2020 Wedding and Portrait Photography International Expo in Las Vegas to get our first in-person look at the Nikon D6, the company's latest flagship sports DSLR.

Fujifilm X-T4 pre-production sample gallery (DPReview TV)

DPReview TV used the Fujifilm X-T4 to document some local culture in Alberta, Canada. In this sample gallery you'll get to see cowboys, cowgirls, the novel sport of 'skijoring' and the Calgary Farmer's Market.

February 26
Nik Collection 2.5 update adds new color film emulations and Affinity Photo support

Nik Collection version 2.5 brings with it five new color film emulations and support for Serif's Affinity Photo editing program.

The latest LEGO Collectable Minifigure series includes a UAV operator complete with drone, controller and battle wound

Based on the bandage on the drone operator's face, they might want to reconsider going back to a basic drone safety class.

The Smithsonian launches Open Access with 2.8 million public domain images

The institution plans to release another 200,000 public domain images later this year.

Affinity Photo 1.8 update adds CR3 support, improved plugin support, better metadata handling and more

In addition to improved metadata handling, customizable keyboard shortcuts and more, Affinity Photo can also open and edit Canon CR3 files as of this 1.8 update.

Sirui announces 50mm F1.8 anamorphic lens for mirrorless cameras set for April release

A new budget-priced anamorphic lens from Sirui offers APS-C camera users 1.33x squeeze for 2.4:1 widescreen movies - without the usual expense

Welcome to the new DPReview analog forum!

We've officially launched our analog forum, a place to discuss film, film cameras and film scanners. Jump on into the discussion!

Fujifilm's new Instax Mini 11 features an 'Automatic Exposure' mode and dedicated 'Selfie Mode'

The Instax Mini 11 is the successor to the Mini 9 and is set to ship in mid-March for an MSRP of $69.96.

Canon shows off EOS R5, RF 100-500mm lens under glass at WPPI

Canon's upcoming full-frame mirrorless camera, the R5, is on display at the company's booth at the 2020 Wedding and Portrait Photography International expo in Las Vegas alongside the new RF 100-500mm lens.

Hands-on with the Fujifilm X-T4

The long-rumored and much-anticipated Fujifilm X-T4 has finally landed. While it has much in common with its predecessor, the X-T4 comes with some major changes.

Fujifilm X-T4 initial review

The X-T4 brings image stabilization and a larger battery to the X-T series, but dig a bit deeper and you'll find a host of improvements and tweaks. See what we've discovered in the X-T3's sister model.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-T4 first impressions

The Fujifilm X-T4 makes some big promises, but can it deliver? Chris and Jordan put it to the test and tell us if this is the Fujifilm camera we've all been waiting for.

Fujifilm X-T4 pre-production sample gallery

The sensor inside the new Fujifilm X-T4 is a known quantity – as it's straight from the X-T3 – and that's a good thing, since it's excellent. Check out our pre-production sample gallery to see how the image quality looks on the X-T4.

Fujifilm introduces X-T4 with in-body image stabilization and improved battery life

Fujifilm has announced its latest stills/video hybrid camera, the X-T4. The biggest change is undoubtedly its in-body image stabilization system, but its improved AF system, redesigned shutter and video-related updates are also notable.

February 25
Elinchrom launches ELC 125 and 500 studio strobe lights for preorder

Both models feature a wired design for powering them from a wall outlet or other AC power sources.

YouTuber uses AI to turn historic 1911 New York trip footage into colorized 4K/60p video

The project provides an unprecedented look at New York as it existed more than 100 years ago by upscaling, increasing the frame-rate and colorizing century-old video footage.

Video: Making cyanotype prints from 120-year-old glass negatives found inside a time capsule

Mathieu Stern recently discovered a time capsule in his family's home that had a number of 120-year-old glass negatives inside. To bring the images to life, Mathieu developed positive prints from the negatives using the cyanotype process.

JPEG Committee explores using AI and blockchain tech for image compression

The tech could 'significantly' improve compression efficiency and help improve the trust of JPEGs in a world where fake news is an increasing problem.

Slideshow: Here are the 2020 World Press Photo nominees

Today, the World Press Photo Foundation announced the nominees for its 63rd annual competition.

Jif partners with Giphy to settle the soft/hard 'G' debate with limited-edition jar of peanut butter

In honor of National Peanut Butter Lover's Day (yes, it's a thing—we checked), peanut butter manufacturer Jif has teamed up with GIF-hosting platform Giphy to release a limited-edition jar of peanut butter that's meant to settle the hard/soft 'G' debate once and for all.

A near-perfect optic: Sony 20mm F1.8 G sample images and analysis

Sony just launched its newest fast aperture wide-angle prime for its full-frame Alpha lineup, and we've been shooting planes, people and felines with it over the past few days. Read our initial impressions and check out our sample gallery. Spoiler alert: it's a near perfect optic.

Sony introduces FE 20mm F1.8 G ultra-wide prime lens

Sony is adding a new wide prime to its full-frame E-mount series: the 20mm F1.8 G. It's slightly smaller and lighter than the existing FE 24mm F1.4 GM and will go on sale in March for $900.

February 24
The 'KD-K1' keyboard manages to pack in multiple USB ports, an HDMI output and an SD card reader

The Kolude KD-K1 features four USB-A ports, two USB-C ports, an HDMI port, an SD card slot and a microSD card slot, all inside a slim, but full-size keyboard.

Video: Mathieu Stern says LomoMod No.1 is the 'worst camera' he's ever tested

Despite receiving two camera kits, Stern wasn't able to capture many shots due to a faulty film advance wheel.

Metabones releases Nikon F-mount to Fujifilm G-mount adapter with 1.26x magnification

The 1.26x magnification ratio means Nikon F-mount lenses mounted to Fujifilm GFX camera systems using the adapters will keep their native diagonal field of view, albeit at the cost of 2/3 stops of light.

Check out the Raws: Canon EOS-1D X Mark III pre-production sample gallery updated

We did a lot of shooting with our pre-production Canon EOS-1D X Mark III, and now that the camera has official support, we've provided out-of-camera Raw files and some Raw-to-JPEG conversions for your perusal.

Sony's speedy Xperia 1 Mark II shoots 20 fps with AF/AE technologies borrowed from the a9

Sony is updating its flagship Xperia 1 smartphone with faster burst shooting, a bigger sensor in its standard camera and a time-of-flight sensor. And thanks to popular demand, the 3.5mm headphone jack is back.

February 23
Video: How Lewis Hine's photos helped shed light on child labor in the US

Vox's seven-minute video shows how the work of photographer Lewis Hine brought attention to the brutal reality of child labor when it was at its peak in the United States at the turn of the 20th century.

Interview: Fujifilm X100V – 'We decided we could change more in the fifth generation'

We attended the recent launch of the Fujifilm X100V in London, where we had the opportunity to sit down with two senior figures within the company: Chief Designer Masazumi Imai and Senior Manager Shinichiro Udono.

February 22
DPReview TV: Nikon D780 review

The Nikon D780 is a two-trick pony: it combines the great DSLR experience of Nikon's D750 with some of the great mirrorless features found on the Z6. Does it manage to do both well? Chris and Jordan seem to think so.

Nikon D780 sample gallery (DPReview TV)

Our new Nikon D780 gallery takes you to the Canadian Rockies for photos mountains, people and, of course, a couple of ducks. Because who doesn't love ducks?

February 21
Video: Photographer Sean Tucker on recoloring images using Photoshop

Key to the technique, which is demonstrated in a new video, is Photoshop's Gradient Tool.

A recent survey reveals wedding photographers spend only 4% of their time taking photos

UK-based company Your Perfect Wedding Photographer recently released the results from its fourth annual industry survey. They published some key takeaways.

US Pentagon's Defense Department tasked with building a counter-drone SWAT team

Forgoing Silicon Valley technologists, the Pentagon's Department of Defense is actively working on measures to identify and take down small drones that are a threat.

Canon removes dozens of authorized dealers in the United States

A few of the removals were a mistake, however, and Canon has since added some locations back on its list.

A little bit of everything: Fujifilm XF 16-80mm F4 sample gallery

Flowers. Snow. Trees. Beer. Birds. Dogs. Humans. Printing presses. A giant ferris wheel. We've been using Fujifilm's XF 16-80mm F4 lens to photograph a big gallery with a little bit of everything in it – check it out to see how this versatile, water-resistant zoom lens performs.

Sigma announces pricing, availability for its MC-31 PL-to-L-mount adapter

After first teasing it at IBC2019, Sigma has announced its MC-31 PL-mount to L-mount adapter will start shipping February 27, 2020 for $679.

February 20
NONS SL42 is the world's first instant SLR with a M42 mount

The SLR camera features an M42 mount and captures a circular image on Fujifilm's Instax film.

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