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The First-Ever Camera Collar Footage Shot by a Wild Wolf

You can now see the world from a wolf’s point of view. This 3-minute video is the first-ever camera collar footage shot from the perspective of a wild wolf. The video was released by the Voyageurs Wolf Project, which studies wolves in the Greater Voyageurs Ecosystem of Minnesota. The group trapped a lone wolf, sedated it, put a camera collar on it, and released it back into the wild. The camera…
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Why Are So Many Cameras Limited by Design?

Expensive cameras often lack basic features. The most common limitations-by-design are fixed screens and no flash. I suspect that some camera designers aren’t photographers and don’t realize how much these two features will be missed. Let’s consider these two…
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iPhone 13 Leak Shows Bigger Camera, iPhone 14 Said to Have 48MP Sensor

Apple looks set to beef up the iPhone camera in various ways over the next couple of years. New leaks are revealing plans for an even larger camera module on the back and a massive 48MP image sensor within. CAD Leaks Show Bigger Bump on the iPhone 13 EverythingApplePro has published what it claims are leaked CADs for the upcoming iPhone 13 that should be released later this year. Here are…
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Ep. 342: What a Crazy Year for the Camera Industry – and more

 Episode 342 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 –  Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: Photographer, Jill Greenberg In This Episode If…
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The Cameras That Shot the Winning Photos of World Press Photo 2021

The World Press Photo organization just published the winners of its 2021 competition and in its annual tradition, Spanish website Photolari has followed with its breakdown of brands, systems, and cameras that were used. So, has much changed since last year? As has been the case for quite since 2018, Canon cameras were used more than any other system. As Photolari puts it, 2021 saw very little…
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