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May 01

#1113. Week Links of Photograpy : ethical cameras (?), Amazon video suite, drones, superblack backgrounds …

By pascaljappy | Newsletter

In this week’s issue, we explore paints and fabrics for super black backgrounds, ethical consumers diss the photo industry, drones get better every day, instant cameras play cool, Amazon picks and shovels its way into content creation, Olympus and Sigma make our hearts beat faster, I wish one video product existed for photography, and admire […]

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Apr 24

#1112. Week Links of Photography : AI, Gravitational lenses, M1 chip, Zeiss jewels …

By pascaljappy | Newsletter

AI is at the center of this week’s edition again. This time, it isn’t enhancing amateur images to provide superior resolution but helping scientists make discoveries – through astrophotography – that could change our understanding of the universe. In other news, Zuckerberg is opposed by child protection associations, Andrew Reid comes to Sigma’s defense (good […]

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Sep 10

#120. Go SIGMA

By pascaljappy | News , Opinion

Once in a while someone gets it right! And I believe Sigma just did. For some time, I have been complaining about the general trend towards more and more technological cameras that give us great nocturnal capabilities, ultra fast focusing, GPS and what have you rather than focus on absolute image quality. There’s nothing wrong […]

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