The first picture taken on a Leica

The first picture taken on a Leica

The picture above is thought was taken in 1914, in the historic Eisenmarkt in the centre of Wetzlar. It is the first image taken on the first Ur-Leica built. Barnack snapped a crowd of shoppers in front of the Binding am Eisenmarkt. It is an ordinary moment frozen in time.

Vivo Designs Detachable, Double-Sided Pop-Up Smartphone Camera

Vivo Designs Detachable, Double-Sided Pop-Up Smartphone Camera

Vivo has designed a detachable pop-up camera system that consists of three total cameras and two flashes and runs on its own built-in battery. The system can be used for selfies and video calls and has a dual-camera integrated onto the back of the pop-up system. This acts as the main camera, giving users a total of three cameras and two flashes.

iPhone 13 Camera Review

iPhone 13 Camera Review

There’s much more to the iPhone 13 cameras than just a new diagonal arrangement of the lenses. The wide camera now gathers 47% more light than the iPhone 12, thanks to a larger camera with 1.7μm pixels. Another plus is that the ultrawide camera can now capture four times more scene and its newer sensor delivers better low-light performance along with less noise.

Ricoh GR IIIx: Street Photography with a 40mm Lens

Ricoh GR IIIx: Street Photography with a 40mm Lens

The Ricoh GR III is a modern digital version of a pocket-sized APS-C camera much loved by pros and street photographers. This new version has the same design as the original, but swaps the first camera’s wide 28mm equivalent lens for a more natural 40mm angle of view.