Photography Gear

Photographers rarely need to carry a portfolio book of their work to show potential clients these days, but even with constant access to photos online, there will still be moments when every working photographer will need — or want — a printer. There are still corners of the photography world where clients and agents will
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The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo today unveiled a number of new technologies for smartphone photography, including an 85-200mm continuous optical zoom, a next-gen RGBW sensor, a 5-axis OIS, and a next-gen under-screen camera. Here’s a look at the new innovative technologies Oppo showed off today during its online “Future Imaging Technology Launch Event”: 85-200mm Continuous
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Nikon’s Z9 has concluded its testing at the Olympics and a new report has surfaced that promises some rather impressive specifications for Nikon’s forthcoming sports-focused camera, including a 45-megapixel sensor and somewhere between 120 and 160 frames per second burst shooting. Nikon Rumors is reporting a set of new details that promise significant performance out
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[embedded content] For most, Hasselblad is a name that has been associated with iconic photographs and technical quality — and a huge price that reflects that. However, has Hasselblad always been a premium photography brand, and why are they so expensive? The Swedish manufacturer of photographic equipment and medium format cameras — both analog and
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Previously, we explored topics like which Micro Four Thirds system held up better over time, which line of Sony’s full-frame mirrorless cameras is most popular, or which DSLR system held more of its value. This month, let’s look at which Leica M-mount film gear is the fastest-moving off the shelves. This story is part of
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