U.K.-based Cooke Optics just announced that it will make its coveted line of miniS4/i cinema lenses available to shooters of Canon and Nikon DSLRs as well as Sony and Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras thanks to interchangeable mounts.
Nikon is taking its workshop program to the web. The new Nikon School Online was launched today with three initial classes covering the basics, use of speed light flashes and tips on photographing kids and pets.
Nikon's 2016-17 photo contest will pay homage to both young photographer's and the company's upcoming 100th anniversary with two new categories. Nikon says about half of last year's submissions were from photographers under 30.
After a powerful series of earthquakes struck Japan in April, imaging sensors are finally starting to roll out of Sony's Kumamoto plant. However, with many products still delayed, it may be some time before the camera industry fully…
Getty's team of photographers and editors at the Summer Olympics in Rio can shoot, upload, edit, and share images in as little as two minutes. The system that enables them to do so was seven years in the making.
Manfrotto’s Digital Director for iPad received both hardware and software updates, extending native support to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and iPad Mini 4 while updating the app with several new features, including a time-lapse mode.
Nikon has unveiled the AF-S 105mm f/1.4E ED, a medium-telephoto portrait lens that combines the flattering compression of the 105mm focal length with the extremely shallow depth of field of an f/1.4 aperture.
The Case Remote Air is proving that great things really do come in small packages. It claims to be the world’s most compact and powerful wireless camera controller, at just 2.4 inches long and a weight of only 50 grams.
For DigitalRev's latest “Pro Photographer, Cheap Camera” challenge, photographer Matt Usher is given an old Nikon CoolPix 995 and asked to capture the best possible images he can. The results are astounding.
When two attackers threw David Pardo's camera in the water in May for taking a stranger's photo, he probably didn't think he'd ever see those images again. But a woman caught the camera while fishing -- and the photos were still intact.
When Fujifilm announced the X-T2, the company promised to bring its improved autofocus to its sister camera, the X-Pro2, via firmware. Unfortunately, this won't be happening for the X-T2's other headline feature: 4K video.