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Nikon’s New 70-200mm f/2.8 Z Lens is Delayed Due to ‘Production Reasons’

Nikon Japan has published a notice indicating that the long-awaited NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S lens will have to be awaited a tiny...

Here’s a 2020 Celestial Calendar for Astrophotographers

If you’re getting into astrophotography, the telescope manufacturer Celestron has published a helpful “celestial calendar” to give you a heads up of notable things...

Astrophotographer Reviews the Google Pixel 4’s Astro Mode

Astrophotographer Ian Norman of Lonely Speck recently got his hands on a Google Pixel 4 XL for testing, so he took it out to...

Kodak Inks New Deal with Five Major Studios to Keep Motion Picture Film Alive

Kodak has inked a new deal with five of the six major movie studios, re-upping an initial agreement made in 2015 and ensuring that...

Fujifilm Releases Important Autofocus Tracking Update for the X-T3

Fujifilm has just released a major firmware update for the X-T3 that claims to improve autofocus tracking in several important ways, including better Eye...

The End of an Era: Photo District News (PDN) is Shutting Down

Photo District News (PDN), a 40-year-old photo publication and staple of the industry, is shutting down. The magazine’s owner Emerald Expositions has confirmed that...

New Patents Show Canon Hasn’t Given Up on the EF Mount Just Yet

A new patent uncovered by the folks over at Canon News reveals that Canon hasn’t given up on improving EF-mount lenses, especially those that...

This Camera Can Capture Neurons and Shockwaves at 1 Trillion Frames Per Second

We crossed the 1 trillion frames-per-second barrier a while back, but a group of Caltech scientists just made another leap. Their new camera doesn’t...