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KODAK PIXPRO AZ255 Digital Camera
The AZ255 is the perfect bridge camera to pursue your passion for photography. With 16 megapixels, 25X optical zoom and a wider angle lens than traditional models, this camera might just become your new best friend.
KODAK PIXPRO AZ405 Digital Camera
Introducing one of our best sellers, the KODAK PIXPRO AZ405 digital camera from our Astro Zoom Collection. A 40x ultra long zoom lens with optical image stabilization delivers crisp, clear 16 megapixel close-ups, 180° panorama or HD videos with the switch of a button.
KODAK PIXPRO AZ421 Digital Camera
Everybody needs a little zoom now and again. The AZ421 Digital Camera has a 42x ultra long zoom lens for crisp, clear 16 megapixel close-ups.
KODAK PIXPRO AZ528 Digital Camera
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder with the KODAK PIXPRO AZ528 Astro Zoom Camera. Amazing detail, plenty of features, and 52x optical zoom that get you nice and close are just the beginning.
KODAK PIXPRO AZ652 Digital Camera
Get ready to harness the boundless power of the KODAK PIXPRO AZ652 Astro Zoom bridge camera that offers astounding 65x optical zoom and so much more.
KODAK PIXPRO AZ901 Digital Camera
Introducing our most powerful Astro Zoom yet, the new KODAK PIXPRO AZ901 bridge camera offers a mind blowing 90X optical zoom and so much more.
KODAK PIXPRO FZ45 Digital Camera
Introducing the FZ45 Friendly Zoom collection from the KODAK PIXPRO family of digital cameras. Compact, intuitive and oh so easy to use, the FZ45 is the perfect starter camera to take anywhere you go.
KODAK PIXPRO FZ55 Digital Camera
Meet the FZ55 Friendly Zoom camera from the KODAK PIXPRO collection of digital cameras. This slim design, point and shoot model is a step up with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
KODAK PIXPRO ORBIT360 4K VR Camera
The KODAK PIXPR0 Orbit360 4K VR Camera adopts a minimalist approach to an all-in-one 360° VR camera, with two fixed focus lenses housed by a futuristic camera body. Each curved lens is designed to work in tandem, to capture full 360° 4K video.
KODAK PIXPRO SP360 4K VR Camera
The SP360 4K is designed to take your creative vision to the next level. 4K resolution adds ample detail, clarity and precision for important nuances you want to capture and share.
KODAK PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera
The SP360 Action Camera is designed to not only capture what you love to do, but much more of it! Immerse yourself and record 360° of HD video with just one camera.
KODAK PIXPRO WPZ2 Digital Camera
The KODAK PIXPRO WPZ2 Digital Camera is the perfect companion to get wet. Shockproof, dustproof, and adventure ready, the WPZ2 was built to take on the go and be used in, on and under the water – up to 15M.
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Digital Photography Review
We got our mitts on Leica’s recent update to its Summilux-M 50mm F1. 4 ASPH, a fast manual focus prime for its M lens mount, and took it for a jaunt around town.
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Originally released for Sony E-mount in 2021, the 35-150mm F2-2.8 will now be available to Nikon Z-mount users.
As we near the end of our review testing, we’ve shot our studio test scene. You can now download our test scene images and see how the video is sampled. As you might hope, it appears to be a direct match for Nikon’s pro-grade Z9.
Camera connection apps were meant to let cameras tap into the Internet capabilities of smartphones, so why is it still so difficult?
We took DJI’s new cinematic drone for a spin in the skies of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Check out what its full-frame camera can capture.
The Canon EOS R8 is the company’s entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera. It brings the sensor and autofocus from the EOS R6 II and combines them in a smaller, more affordable body. Here’s our full look at this value-oriented Canon.
We got a chance to shoot a variety of subjects and locales as we put together our initial review of the Sony a6700. Take a look to see how Sony’s latest enthusiast APS-C mirrorless model performs.
The latest release of DxO’s Nik Collection has a wide array of useful tools for photographers. But are user interface improvements and a handful of new features worth the upgrade to version 6?
Concert photographer Edwina Hay shares how she got some epic images of The Hives performing live, and shares some insight into how to shoot a concert.
The addition of Samyang/Rokinon to the L-Mount Alliance should significantly increase the number of lens options available to L-mount users.
Sony’s new FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS II covers a classic zoom range in a relatively compact package. We put it to the test shooting a variety of subjects: surfing, kayaking, birds, and an Independence Day pet parade. Check out the photos and see how it performs.
The Sony a6700 is the company’s latest high-end APS-C mirrorless camera, built around a 26MP BSI CMOS sensor and bringing the latest subject recognition AF and 10-bit video.
Sony has announced a new telephoto zoom lenses, the FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS II.
Nikon’s new crop-sensor budget prime provides a 36mm equivalent field of view and delivers solid image quality at a great price.
Panasonic has announced firmware version 2.3 for the GH6, its flagship Micro Four Thirds video-oriented camera. It brings important updates for users who shoot in BRAW format or want to capture high frame rates to an off-camera recorder.
Acquiring new gear can spur creativity and unlock fun experiences, but there is also a dark side.
Capture One’s long-awaited iPhone app has finally dropped, complete with WiFi-tethered shooting, fairly comprehensive editing tools, and some notable limitations. We take a look at how it works.
Sony’s ZV-1 Mark II is a pocketable 18-50mm equivalent F1.8-4.0 vlogging camera but it also shoots Raw and jpeg photos, so is this the stills compact we’ve been waiting for?
If you need a little extra video juice from your hybrid camera, Panasonic’s S5 II X takes the S5 II up a notch. But can it shoot high-quality stills? Check out these samples and decide for yourself.
Fujifilm’s new Xapp makes it easier than ever to update your camera’s firmware, shoot remotely, browse images, and even back up shooting data.
We caught up with our former colleagues to revisit their memories of DPReview and talk about what really was going on behind the scenes during the DPReview closure news.
If you’ve got a tripod, you’re well on your way to taking excellent firework photos. We’ve got some tips for absolute beginners and those who are looking to try something a little different.
The Sony ZV-1 Mark II is marketed as a pocketable vlogging camera, but how well does it shoot stills? Take a look.
Sony has announced a revised license that adds 4K/120 and 1080/240 capabilities to its ZV-E1 full-frame vlogging camera.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich has announced finalists for its 2023 Astronomy Photographer of the Year awards. The list includes some pretty spectacular images, many of which required no small amount of effort to capture.
PhaseOne has announced the XC Camera, a $62,490, 150MP medium format camera with a 645-format (53.4 x 40mm) sensor and a fixed 15mm equiv 23mm F5.6 lens.
Nikon has issued a ‘service advisory’ notice, recalling a batch of Z8 cameras that can fail to lock the lens properly, when attached.
As part of our upcoming review, we’ve completed studio testing on the EOS R8. Not surprisingly, it looks a lot like the EOS R6 II, but its reliance EFCS (electronic first curtain shutter) means there’s a slight noise penalty at high ISO.
Canon’s EOS R7 is a 33MP APS-C enthusiast mirrorless camera built around the RF mount. It brings advanced autofocus and in-body stabilization to the part of the market currently served by the EOS 90D. But is it any good?
This week, the National Audubon Society announced the winners of the 2023 Audubon Photography Awards. Check out these beautiful bird photos and let us know what you think.
The commercial photographer shares the story behind his award-winning portrait series set on the streets of Mumbai, India.
It’s high noon at the Pixel Corral! Which rootin-tootin noise reduction algorithm will win in our duel, Adobe’s new Denoise or the seasoned vet DxO DeepPRIME XD?
Nikon has announced two new telephoto zoom lenses, the Z 180-600mm F5.6-6.3 VR super-telephoto, and the Z 70-180mm F2.8, a lightweight walkaround zoom.
We’re thrilled to share the news that Gear Patrol has acquired DPReview. Gear Patrol is a natural home for the next phase of DPReview’s journey, and I’m excited to see what we can accomplish together.
Panasonic has two very similar-looking hybrid cameras in its range. We take a look at the differences to understand which might better suit your needs.
The RF 24-50mm f/4.5-6.3 is a diminutive, collapsible kit lens for Canon RF-mount bodies.
We got our hands on Lomography’s LomoApparat: an easy-to-use 35mm camera with a wide-angle lens and a lo-fi aesthetic.
Taking a closer look at Fujifilm’s newest square-format Instax instant camera.
Fujifilm has introduced the Instax SQ40, a square format instant camera with the retro looks of the Instax Mini 40. There’s also a new ‘Sunset’ film option for Instax Square and a new color option for the Mini Evo camera.
Can Sigma’s older 65mm F2 lens for mirrorless full-frame can still pack a punch? We took this lens out on a high-resolution L-mount body to see how it holds up.
The Sigma 14mm F1.4 DG DN is a fast, ultra-wide angle lens designed specifically for astrophotography. Check out our first sample gallery with this lens featuring night sky photography, landscapes, and other low-light photos.
With the advent of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, infrared photography is easier than ever before. Barnaby Britton took the plunge, converting a Panasonic Lumix S1R to full-spectrum infrared. Here’s how it’s going.
Nikon has announced firmware 4.0 for the Nikon Z9. The update brings a new Auto Capture mode, boosts the pre-burst buffer depth and promises improved performance of the 3D Tracking mode, along with a host of user interface tweaks.
Fujifilm’s latest mid-range camera gives hybrid shooters a compelling new option with a slew of features, making it a whole lot more than just another vlogging camera. Let’s take a closer look.
Capture the Atlas recently announced the winning entries of its Milky Way Photographer of the Year competition.
DJI announced the Mavic 3 Pro series on April 25th, with the first drone to feature a three-camera module. Here is a sample gallery containing images from all three: its main camera, its 70mm equivalent and its 160mm equivalent cameras.
The Japanese lensmaker’s latest high-grade lens is a starry-eyed wide angle with a bright F1. 4 aperture meant for astrophotography.
Zeiss has denied reports that it’s exiting the photo industry, though implies it’ll reduce its range to match the now smaller scale of the photography market. We’ve updated this article with an updated statement from Zeiss (June 8th).
Google’s latest budget-friendly phone gives you most of the flagship 7-series – and in at least one respect bests them – for a fair bit less cash. Find out what this photographer thinks of his brand-new purchase!
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From Snapshot to Computer: Digital Cameras
Having a digital camera is an essential piece of equipment for capturing moments in the form of high-quality photographs. Amateur and professionals alike use these devices to take photographs that can be printed and hung. These high-tech digital cameras have a variety of specifications and features to choose from when searching for one that meets all of your needs.
What Types of Digital Cameras Are There?
There are three main types of cameras that both professionals and hobbyists use to capture moments:
- DSLR cameras – Called digital single-lens cameras, these devices allow you to add and remove the lenses, depending on the type of photo you are trying to take. These have large sensors to provide high-quality images. The mirror allows you to see what the actual photo will look like.
- Mirrorless cameras – These digital cameras are similar to DSLRs, but they do not include a mirror inside. They are small and light, making them easy to travel with.
- Compact point-and-shoot cameras – These compact digital cameras are small and easy to carry around. They come with retractable lenses that are permanently attached.
What Essential Features Should You Look for in Digital Cameras?
There are five main features that you should consider before deciding:
- Manual mode – Although some cameras come with presets for different light settings, some come with a manual mode that lets you select the aperture, the shutter speed, and the ISO. This ultimately gives you more control when determining how you want the image to come out.
- Megapixels – This refers to the cameras resolution. The greater number of megapixels, the higher quality the images. This is important if you want to create large-size prints of your photos.
- Ergonomics – This indicates the size, weight, and durability of the digital camera. If you are a professional, you may need a larger camera and the accessories that go with it. If you are a hobbyist who just wants a digital camera available to take photos of precious moments, a smaller device may be desired.
- Raw – Some devices can save the image in the raw format. The raw format records all of the information from the sensor so that you can have more flexibility when processing the photo.
- Autofocus – This feature allows the digital camera to focus on an object in the frame.
What Brands Make Digital Cameras?
These are among the many companies that create and manufacture different types of digital cameras:
- Canon and Nikon – These two brands focus on creating high-quality DSLRs. However, they also offer point-and-shoot models as well.
- Sony – This company specializes in mirrorless cameras that have innovative features.
- Fujifilm – This brand focuses on creating lenses and other camera accessories.
- Panasonic and Olympus – These two brands create Micro Four Thirds cameras, which are mirrorless cameras that have smaller sensors.
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What is the difference between a digital camera and a film camera and how does digital photography work?
By 2022, probably every Internet user has a digital camera – on their smartphone or laptop, in the form of a camera or camcorder. But what is the secret and simplicity, unlike film devices?
How does it work
How long have you been using a film camera? Tell us why you switched to digital only in the comments!
Digitalization in the modern world seems to have finally won. Humanity is surrounded by cameras and mostly uses only digital devices to capture reality (although there are those who still stick to film).
So, it’s worth knowing what exactly allows us to enjoy snap photos and videos with cats and dogs, and the government to monitor everything that happens.
The digital camera uses numerous components unique to digital photography:
- The image sensor is a semiconductor chip with millions of light sensitive pixels, also called arrays, that individually measure the light that hits them;
- Color filter – sits on top of the image sensor and allows pixels to measure specific colors of light waves;
- Digitizer – the data collected in each pixel is converted into a digital signal that is processed by this chip;
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- Circuit board – contains all the computer chips that the camera uses to record data. The circuit on the board transfers data from the image sensor and other chips to storage on the memory card;
- Display screen : – Required for camera setup, photo framing, and viewing photos after they have been taken.
Digital Camera Operation
- Measuring Light – By opening the shutter and allowing light to pass through the lens and onto the image sensor, you allow the pixels on the image sensor to measure the light intensity at millions of different points, creating precise measurements for your photo;
- Focusing – the lenses of the objective, when rotated, form a clear focus on a specific object;
- Light conversion – each pixel converts measured light into electrons.