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PSA: Vintage cameras aren’t bombs and you shouldn’t be afraid to travel with one
An overzealous airline passenger recently mistook another passenger's vintage camera for a bomb detonator, forcing an emergency landing. Fortunately, no arrests were made and no one was hurt.
Here’s a sneak peek at Adobe’s new masking tools for Lightroom and Camera RAW
Updated versions of Adobe Lightroom and Camera RAW arrive at the end of October and include a completely re-engineered set of masking tools.
The new Pixii digital rangefinder has a 26MP sensor and a host of handy upgrades
It still doesn't have a rear LCD or memory card slot, but the updated camera does offer increased sensor resolution, an improved viewfinder, expanded storage and USB-C connectivity.
Ricoh’s new GR IIIx is a pro-level point-and-shoot with a fixed 40mm lens
The Ricoh GR line has long been a favorite for street photographers. And Ricoh's latest version swaps out the 28mm equiv. lens for a 40mm.
Ilford’s new ‘Pop-Up Darkroom’ turns any space into a photo lab
Whether you're looking to make photographic prints in a small space, or want to take your print-making on the road, this new tent-style light-tight pop-up looks quite versatile.
New Gear: Nikon Z 40mm f/2 ships this fall for $300
This new prime lens for Nikon’s Z-mount is the second affordable Nikkor mirrorless lens announced this year.
New GoPro Hero10 Black shoots 5.3K/60fps footage
The flagship Hero10 Black gets an updated processor for the first time since 2017's Hero6, and shoots up to 5.3K/60p footage.
Canon launches new RF 16mm f/2.8 and RF 100-400mm f/5.6-8
Priced at $299 and $649, respectively, these two new RF lenses add versatility to Canon’s growing full-frame mirrorless lens lineup.
Two photographers call for action to help vulnerable women in Afghanistan
Photojournalists respond to the U.S. withdrawal from from Afghanistan with a call to action.
The new SmugMug Source service stores your raw files online
SmugMug Source will now store your raw files as well as your jpegs. It works with just about every camera around.