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  • Techart EF lens to Fuji GFX lens adapter techart adapterTechart EF lens to Fuji GFX lens adapter with AF functionality. Lens aperture can be set from the camera control dial. Firmware is updateable
  • Macphun Aurora HDR 2018 launch aurora 2018Macphun announce the Aurora HDR 2018 software launch for Windows and Mac. Improved HDR and tone mapping performance
  • Nikon D850 Nikon D850Nikon D850 full frame DSLR. Camera features 45.7MP BSI FX-format sensor, 7 fps burst (max 9 fps), 4K video and a tilting 3.2" 2.36M-dot touchscreen. Camera includes dual card slots: XQD and SD
  • Kodak to bring back Ektachrome film kodak ektachromeAt the CES show in Vegas, Kodak have announced that Ektachrome colour slide film is going to be making a comeback later in 2017

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Latest articles and reviews

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  • Architecture and the Sigma 12-24mm lens testing sigma 12-24Using an ultra-wide zoom lens for architectural photographs. Testing the Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM Art lens on a 50MP Canon 5Ds DSLR for architecture photography
  • Tilt and tubes for Macro tilt and tubesUsing Tilt/shift lenses and extension tubes for macro photography. How much can you move the focal plane by tilting a lens
  • A shift lens at 50mm 55mm lens shifted upwards for riseUsing a shift lens at 50mm - adding rise and fall to a standard focal length. Tilt/shift lens use at longer focal lengths. A Mamiya medium format lens used with a shift adapter
  • Epson SC-P20000 printer review P20000 printerReview of the Epson SC-P20000 printer by Keith Cooper. 64 inch width large format printer with new UltraChrome Pro 10-colour ink-set including high density Mk/Pk inks and three grey inks for better Black & White printing
  • Install Canon camera software without CD Canon CDInstalling Canon camera software without the CD. What to do if you've lost your original CD and need to re-install software
  • Book review – Marketing and promotion The Photographer's Guide to Marketing and Self-Promotion by Maria PiscopoBook Review: The Photographer's Guide to Marketing and Self-Promotion (Maria Piscopo) Reviewed by Keith Cooper, professional commercial photographer and author of many of our business related articles

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More photo news…

  • Nik Software and HDR Efex Pro 2 HDR efex pro 2Nik Software announces update for their HDR Efex Pro 2 software plugin
  • Selling cameras in the UK and a changing market for photography champersHow the changes and ongoing decline in the market for cameras affect my business as a working photographer
  • DxO Optics Pro Update DxO Optics Pro v7.5.1 has integrated more than 400 new DxO Optics Modules - software update
  • SpyderCheckr updated Datacolor have announced an update to the SpyderCheckr software that now works with Hasselblad's Phocus software as well as Adobe Camera Raw.
  • DxO updates Optics Pro The 64-bit version of DxO Optics Pro v7.5 handles larger files – up to 200 Megapixels – Nikon D800 files. The update has nearly 200 additional DxO Optics Modules
  • Prints on a wall mounting large picturePhotos showing the mounting of a new 14 metre long print of Leicester City Centre at dusk. The print is on view at the Leicester People's Photography Gallery throughout May 2012
  • X-Rite and the all new i1 Pro 2 i1 pro2The all new version of the i1 Pro 2 spectrophotometer from X-Rite. A range of profiling solutions for colour management.
  • Colour management and your TV The Spyder4 TV offers a way of calibrating TVs and reference video monitors
  • DxO – expands range of cameras supported DxO - expands range of cameras supported through DxO Optics Pro
  • Are the camera companies looking backwards? polaroid_sc16301Photography shows are meant to give an idea where the industry is going - does anyone really have any idea though? Trade shows are not showing the direction
  • Three new Spyders The new Spyder4 devices: the Spyder4 Express, the Spyder4 Pro, and the Spyder4 Elite are designed to offer improved color accuracy and low luminance performance compared to the Spyder3 devices.
  • X-rite updates i1 Profiler i1profiler updated.New features include the option to balance red, green and blue during monitor calibration, improved automatic monitor adjustment (ADC) during the calibration process, and support for Eizo ColorEdge displays.
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