The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus feature a new 12MP Main camera featuring a larger sensor and larger pixels, a new front TrueDepth camera, the Ultra Wide camera to capture more of a scene, and Apple’s new “Photonic Engine” which the company claims is a giant leap in low-light camera performance.
ON1 has announced ON1 Photo RAW 2023. ON1 says the new version, which arrives next month, is ‘the most significant update in ON1 Photo RAW’s history.’ The software includes many new features, including AI-powered tools designed to make organizing and editing your photos faster and easier.
At the heart of the Hasselblad X2D 100C is a 100MP backside-illuminated CMOS sensor (43.8mm x 32.9mm) that Hasselblad claims offers up to 15 stops of dynamic range through its 16-bit color depth. Stabilizing that sensor is a 5-axis in-body image stabilization (IBIS) system that Hasselblad claims offers up to seven stops of compensation.
With the EOS R10 and EOS R7, Canon brings APS-C not only to the RF system, it promises the wonderful autofocus system they offer in their EOS R6, EOS R5, and EOS R3 cameras, and for the EOS R7, an IBIS system.
The Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM is a large and heavy alternative to Canon and Nikon’s 70-200’s with a good reputation. It is also more affordable. But does it desserve its reputation ?
TTArtisan has announced a new 25mm f/2 lens for multiple APS-C mounts that costs a measly $55. The company says that it is the “best budget lens” and is making it available for Sony E, Fujifilm X, EOS-M, Micro Four Thirds, Canon RF, Nikon Z, and Leica L mounts and is claiming a massive 95% off sale that makes the lens a very affordable $55.
A review of Pentax Asahi Super Takumar 55mm f/2 (on Canon R5) with samples.
The Xiaomi 12S Ultra is the Chinese brand’s latest flagship phone, featuring an impressive spec sheet, which includes a WQHD+ TrueColor display and Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 top-end chipset for plenty of processing power. Special emphasis has been put on camera performance and design.
The Nikon D1, released in 1999, was Nikon’s first entirely in-house DSLR. While its 2.7MP CCD sensor is decidedly dated, the camera still has a classic Nikon feel, even more than two decades after its release.
The details remain scarce, but according to a conversation a DPReview forum member had with a Viltrox representative, Canon told the third-party optics manufacturer ‘to stop selling all RF mount products.’