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What Are “Stops” in Digital Camera Settings?

Probably one of the most misunderstood terms in beginner photography is “stop.” Imagine hearing, “I need three stops of brightness. Stop up the ISO 200 to 400, stop down the speed from 1/60 to 1/30, and stop up from (f-stop) … Continue reading

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iPhone X vs Red Scarlet-X: smartphone vs cinema camera

Spoiler alert! The video above includes the results of our iPhone X vs Red Scarlet-X test, so before watching it read on to learn more about our two contenders, and how we conducted the test. Smartphone cameras have seriously improved … Continue reading

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Yi Technology 4K+ Action Camera review

The Essential Review This is TechRadar’s review summary that gives you all the key information you need if you’re looking for quick buying advice in 30 seconds – our usual full, in-depth review follows. The Yi Technology 4K+ Action Camera … Continue reading

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10 essential accessories for your new camera

Once you've got your new camera, you may start to wonder what accessories will help you get the most out of your photography or help you take better shots.  Camera shops and online retailers are full of enticing accessories that … Continue reading

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Lenovo Mirage Camera

The Lenovo Mirage Camera eschews the idea of capturing 360-degree video and, instead, focuses on recording brilliant-looking 180-degree footage in 3D. We tested Daydream VR-supported camera at CES 2018 and can firmly say that '180' doesn't mean it's half as … Continue reading

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Camera Modes Explained

If you’re just learning about your camera, then chances are you’ve taken a look at the top of your camera only to become immediately confused. However, you don’t need to worry, as I’m going to explain what each and every … Continue reading

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Coding king Kano launches a build-it-yourself digital camera

Where us long-in-the-tooth oldies had to make do with Bunsen burners, test tubes and gruesome frog dissections during science classes, the kids of today are building their own fantasy computers and learning to code applications via simple coding kits. Kano, … Continue reading

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Review – Shimoda Explore 40 Camera Adventure Bag

I love to hike. I love to head out into the backcountry, and I regularly take my camera gear with me. Funnily enough, my first article here on dPS discussed just this fact. So it seems rather fitting that I … Continue reading

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Meet the Lumix GH5S: Panasonic’s most advanced hybrid camera yet

Panasonic has announced its latest video-focused mirrorless camera, the Lumix GH5S, at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.  If the comprehensive video specification of the Lumix GH5 isn't quite enough to satisfy your needs, then the GH5S could be for you. … Continue reading

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My Camera Won’t Focus: The 8 Most Common Problems

Quick reminder: only a little while left for the Essential Camera Skills eBook at 50% Off If you’re consistently struggling with poor auto-focus performance and want to know how you can improve, this video is a treasure-trove of ideas that you … Continue reading

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4 Great Pieces of Camera Equipment to Help You Get Creative

A great way to broaden your horizons in photography is to try out something new. In some cases, that will be a different technique, and in others, this will be using new gear. In this article, you will see four … Continue reading

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10 Tips for DSLR Camera Newbies

If you’ve recently progressed to using a DSLR camera, these ten short tips will help you get off to a great start! 1. Keep Hold of Your Camera Manual You will quickly learn that you can’t live without it. Make … Continue reading

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