Decades-old Leica models look very similar to current ones. And some do more than just look similar: the camera in today’s mini review, the Leica M Monochrom (Type 246), exclusively shoots black and white photos. Why in 2023 to buy and use an exclusively Black & White camera?
The new Nikon Zf will draw a lot of attention, and not just because the camera is so beautifully designed. In fact, some of the Zf’s new features are totally unexpected and exciting – and many aren’t obvious at first glance. Here’s what you need to know!
Nikon’s new Zf blends a body and control layout from the F-series film SLRs of the past with modern Nikon Z8 and Z9 DNA to produce a 24MP Z-mount full-frame mirrorless camera. But how does this blend of past and present hold up in the real world?
According to Apple, using the power of computational photography, Iphone 15 New 48MP Sensor gives users a new 24MP super-high-resolution default, offering incredible image quality at a practical file size ideal for storing and sharing.
Take a range of modern and powerful features, pair them with a beautiful lens, and put them all in a small and portable body, and you get the Leica Q3. With a high-resolution sensor, 28mm f/1.7 lens, and a great set of capabilities, the Q3 looks like a great camera on paper. How does it hold up in practice?
The CFexpress storage format is set to get even faster thanks to the latest CFexpress 4.0 standard announced by the CompactFlash Association (CFA) trade organization earlier this week. The current CFexpress 2.0 standard is used in several high-end cameras, such as the Sony a1 and Nikon Z9.
Over at The Verge, Vjeran Pavic lost 3TB of video because his SanDisk Extreme Pro failed. He is far from the only one. The issue also plagues other models.
Meyer-Optik Görlitz produced a series of triplet lenses “Trioplan“, based on the Cook Triplet design from 1893, in different focal lengths after WWII. With its new 100mm f/2.8, TTArtisan has come up with a lens very similar to it, both in look and optical design.
The Sony a6700 is the company’s latest high-end APS-C mirrorless camera, built around a 26MP BSI CMOS sensor and bringing the latest subject recognition AF and 10-bit video.
With its premium Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Flip 5 smartphones, it seems Samsung is reluctant to put its best cameras into any phone that folds or flips open. Should a device that carries such a premium cut a few corners on the camera side?