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How to Choose a DSLR Camera, According to Science – 12 Factors to Consider
In this buyer’s guide, you will learn the basics of a DSLR camera and how you can pick your very first one based on your level of expertise. In recent times, using a point-and-shoot camera for long isn’t enough. Most people are looking to upgrade their familiar photography skills into something unique and provoking. I’m sure that’s why you’re here too. Factors like shutter speed, ISO, battery life, ease of use, and intelligent shooting modes propel you forward. It can also help beginners master advanced photography skills in a short span of time. So why do you need a DSLR camera? A DSL..
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Canon EOS 1200D review
The entry-level DSLR market has slowed in terms of product releases in recent years. Indeed it's taken three years for Canon to out the 1200D - that's Rebel T5 for our American friends - and while we don't mind waiting for the right kit to come along we do question whether the market has changed unrecognisably in that period of time. The update to 2011's 1100D, the EOS 1200D is all about hitting an accessible price point. A lot of its features mirror that of its pricier, more feature-laden peers from the EOS range but wrapped in a more budget, plastic finish. Performance relatively assur..
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Olympus Tough TG-5 preview: For the hardcore generation
Olympus has announced its latest Tough camera, the TG-5. Following the family of Tough cameras before it, the new Olympus model is everything you expect it to be. There are chunky lines, exposed bolt heads, locks on all the flaps and so on. Such are the hallmarks of a tough cameras, looking to offering something in the compact camera space that you can't do with your waterproof smartphone. Those mini computers have cannibalised the compact camera market, doing away with the need to carry another thing in your pocket.  The result is a camera that will withstand the sor..
Nikon Corporation this week is pleased to announce the release of the D7500 Nikon DX-format digital SLR camera. The D7500 is equipped with the same high-performance EXPEED 5 image-processing engine and Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor as Nikon's flagship DX-format digital SLR camera, the D500, achieving superior image quality with very little noise throughout the broad ISO 100 to 51200 range of standard sensitivities. The D7500 offers a number of improvements over its predecessor, the D7200. A 180K-pixel RGB sensor, which increases the accuracy of automatically controlled functions such as AF, A..
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Canon announced two new DSLRs for enthusiast and entry-level photographers this morning: the EOS 77D and EOS Rebel T7i cameras. The Canon EOS 77D slots just below the 80D and just above the Rebel T6s in the company’s DSLR lineup. The Canon Rebel T7i, on the other hand, is the direct successor to the T6i, the company’s entry-level DSLR. Shutterbug had some hands-on time with the two new Canon DSLRs ahead of this morning’s launch and have included those images in this story. While the design of the two cameras is slightly different and the 77D is aimed ..
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    Though it was announced late last month, the new 24-megapixel Pentax KP DSLR made its official debut at the WPPI show in Las Vegas this week and we put our grubby little paws all over this compact yet rugged APS-C sensor-based DSLR. What impressed us most was that despite the camera’s slim build – it weighs only 1.4 pounds and is small enough to fit into a laptop bag  – the Pentax KP looks and feels like a serious pro-level DSLR. It’s also weather resistant and while we haven’t had a chance to seriously test the new Pentax KP out yet,&n..
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The Most Exciting Camera Rumors of 2017

Another new year, another new round of juicy camera conjecture. Here’s your officially unofficial 2017 camera rumor roundup!

Expectations are high for camera releases in 2017. Just like in years past, we’ve rounded up the latest camera rumorsthat have appeared online. While a lot of last year’s camera rumors came to fruition, it seems a few might have been a bit too optimistic. So, keep in mind, there are no guarantees here — only hopes and dreams. Here are the best rumors for cameras we may see released in 2017.

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Sony’s new a6500 offers in-body OIS and 307-image burst mode
Sony has announced the a6500, the successor to the well-received Alpha a6300 mirrorless camera. In similar vein as the compact RX100 V also announced on Thursday, the a6500 builds on the success rather than offering too great an overhaul. The 24.2-megapixel APS-C EXMOR CMOS sensor remains the same. However, it now has the world’s fastest AF lock at 0.05 seconds. It also has 425 phase detection AF points, 'densely positioned over nearly the entire image area', which Sony claims is the world’s highest for an interchangeable lens camera. Related: Best Cameras 2016 ..
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Olympus finally reveals price and release date for its OM-D E-M1 Mark II
After debuting the OM-D E-M1 Mark II back at Photokina 2016, Olympus has finally revealed a price and release date for the high-speed mirrorless camera. If you're looking to pick up just the body, you're going to have to shell out £1,849.99, but if you're dismayed at the price, the good news is you haven't got long to wait until you can part with your cash. The E-M1 Mark II will be available from December, when you'll also have the option of buying it with the M.ZUIKO Digital ED 12-40mm 1:2:8 Pro lens for £2,399.99. Related: Best camera Olympus says its new mirrorless..
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Fujifilm GF670 Rangefinder Camera Launches For $1,800
Fujifilm has created a new retro styled rangefinder camera which will be available next month with prices starting at around $1,800. The Fujifilm GF670 Rangefinder Folding Camera uses 120 & 220 Roll Film and is equipped with a Fujinon EBC 80mm f/3.5 Lens and a coupled rangefinder. The shutter takes the form of an Electronic Belief and offers a shutter speed range from 1/500 sec to 4 sec and offers bulb with flash synchronisation at all speeds.   The Fujifilm GF670 Rangefinder Folding Camera is a dual-medium format professional camera. It will shoot 6 × 6cm or 6 × 7cm f..
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Leica Intros Slimmed Down M10 Rangefinder that Ditches Movie Mode (Hands-On & Test Images)
Leica is going back to the future (again) with its newest digital rangefinder, the full frame, 24-megapixel M10. With this new model, which is the follow-up to the Leica M (Typ 240), Leica has trimmed the size of the M10, making it 4mm (1/8-inch) thinner than its predecessor. Part of that size reduction is due to the fact that Leica has gotten rid of the 1080p HD movie capture mode that was available on the previous model. In a meeting Shutterbug had with Leica executives last week at which we were loaned a production version of the M10 to test out ahead of today’s launch, we were..
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Free online supplement: Master Video With Your DSLR
The Video Mode are offering visitors a free online supplement, where you can learn all about the art of shooting video with your DSLR ‘Master Video With Your DSLR’. ‘Master Video With Your DSLR’ supplement guides you through the key stages of planning, shooting and editing videos and is packed with handy hints and tips so you can quickly hone your DSLR skills to produce pro-style videos. Even if you’ve never shot video before with your DSLR you can quickly learn almost everything you need to know to plan and produce your videos. The free-to-view supplement includes:  ..
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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Firmware Update Version 1.0.3 Released
A new firmware update released by Canon for the EOS 5D Mark IV full-frame digital SLR camera. Firmware update version 1.0.3 for EOS 5D Mark IV fixes a phenomenon in which the color of images varies depending on the metering mode selected during flash shooting. This upgrade also improves the reliability of communication via USB cable when using the Lens Data Registration function with EOS Utility 3. See the details below. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Firmware Version 1.0.3 Details Firmware Version 1.0.3 incorporates the following fixes and improvements..
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Panasonic GH5 vs Canon 5D Mark IV Comparison
With the Panasonic GH5 being unveiled in the world of photography, we can think of a tough competition with its competitors in the video segment. So here is a Panasonic GH5 vs Canon 5D Mark IV that shows the highlights to help you for decision. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV features a 30.4 megapixel CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel AF. The CMOS sensor allows for fast phase-detection autofocus in video and continuous focus for stills shooting in live view. The Panasonic GH5 comes with a new 20.3 megapixel sensor&n..
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Olympus Introduces the Same Camera, Hopes you Don’t Notice
Olympus has introduced Pen-F, the same camera for the 8th consecutive time, hoping that consumer are too wrapped up in the Super Bowl or the duct tape challenge to notice. The “new” Pen-F has the same number of megapickles as the last 8 cameras, fits in the same camera bags as before, and uses the same lenses. There is literally no chance that a person replacing one of the previous 8 cameras with this new camera will in any way, shape, or form become a better photographer. In an effort to be a retro green corporation, Olympus is even recycling the name. You may now resume your meaningless l..
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Nikon D3400 vs. Nikon D5600 HIGH ISO TEST
We have done High ISO comparison test between the Nikon D5600 vs Nikon D3400. The Nikon D3400 features same resolution sensor as of Nikon Mid range DSLR D5600 camera.  The big question is, Is Nikon D5600 and Nikon D3400 is using the same 24MP CMOS sensor ? or Nikon D5600 is using a better one ? Let’s find out the fact by doing a High ISO test. Nikon D3400 vs. Nikon D5600 ISO 3200 Nikon D3400 image quality is just awesome, we aren’t saying the Nikon D5600 samples are inferior. But we aren’t able to see any big difference between the two. Nikon D3400 l..
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Hands-on: Pentax finally adds a full-frame DSLR to its range
Yes, it's true. The new Pentax K-1 is the first time Pentax has ever made a 35mm full-frame digital camera. That's amazing considering Canon and Nikon have been at it for years, but also explains why Pentax has lagged behind for so long. Where did loyal Pentax fans go when upgrading to full-frame... not Pentax. Enter the K-1. 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE PENTAX K-1 1) It's outstanding value – Pentax isn't foolish. It knows it's way behind the game, so its answer is to offer outstanding value for money. The K-1, which features a 36 x 24mm 36-megapixel sensor, magnesium alloy b..
Nikon D500 wins Camera of the Year at TrustedReviewsAwards 2016
The Nikon D500 DSLR has won Camera of the Year at the TrustedReviews Awards 2016. Nikon’s professional-grade DSLR is an impressive bit of kit, wooing cash-flush photographers when it launched back in January this year. With a 20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor, support for 4K video capture at 30 frames per second, and Nikon’s EXPEED5 image processor on board, it’s easy to see why we’re so impressed with the Nikon D500. Reviews Editor Alastair Stevenson had this to say: "Nikon took its sweet time building the D500, but luckily the final product was worth the wai..
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