Panasonic Corporation has developed two models of its first Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera with a 35 mm full-frame image sensor, the LUMIX S1R and the S1. These models are equipped with the world's first *¹ 4K 60p/50p video recording function and the Dual I.S. image stabilisation system. As part of the LUMIX S series, Panasonic aims to release them on the global market early 2019.
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Canon Australia has today redefined the frontiers of photography and filmmaking with the launch of the pioneering EOS R System. More than thirty years on from the era-defining EOS launch, the bold new EOS R System will once again enable image makers to rethink the way they see and capture the world. Featuring the all-new RF lens mount, the EOS R System has been engineered from the ground up to achieve the perfect blend of optical, mechanical and electronic design – creating a system that is, in every sense, revolutionary.
As photography drones continue to become increasingly affordable, many photographers are taking to the skies and experimenting with the wonders of aerial photography. However, there's a lot to consider before diving into the world of drones – from complex camera systems and an array of features to flight safety and your local regulations.
The histogram is another one of those camera features that can be a bit difficult to get your head around at first. But in fact, once you understand the meaning behind the bumpy graph, you should find a significant improvement in the quality of your photographs.
Since the widespread adoption of colour film in the 1930s, shooting in black and white has become something of an artistic niche. While it's clear colour is the dominant choice these days – in the right circumstances – black and white photography still has the potential to create powerful, evocative images that might not have been otherwise possible.
If you're slightly confused about the purpose of white balance – don't stress, because even for an experienced photographer, it's a challenge to perfect. Put simply, white balance is a camera's attempt to accurately replicate the colours we see with our eyes. And it's actually pretty important, because from bright sunlight to fluorescent globes, every light source impacts the accuracy of your photos' colours.
The uptake of mirrorless cameras over the last few years has been rapid to say the least. And if you're one of those interested in switching to a mirrorless camera, first consider your needs as a photographer.
While 4K video has been around for several years now, many consumers are still not making the most of its benefits. From cameras to televisions and even smart phones, extremely high quality photos and video can be streamed, shot and recorded on a huge range of devices right now.
Impressive 24-200mm1 F2.8 – F4.5 high-magnification ZEISS® Vario-Sonnar T* zoom lens, yet sacrifices none of the pocket-size portability speed capabilities and high image quality that has become the hallmark of Sony’s RX100 lineup.
Once you get familiar with your new camera and kit lens, the obvious question is “Which lens do I need next?”.
With all the major manufacturers having a very wide range of lenses in their line and so many great options from the third party brands it is understandable that you might find it hard to plan what to buy next.
The simple answer — get a Nifty Fifty (50mm). Here are 7 key reasons why...
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