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Researchers Shrink High-Res Camera Down to the Size of a Grain of Salt

Researchers from the University of Princeton and the University of Washington have developed a high-resolution, full-color camera that is the size of a grain of salt that is the next generation of metasurface technology. Tiny cameras have long been thought to have the potential to see problems in the human body and help scientists and medical professionals treat various illnesses, but…
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This Official Canon Teddy Bear Comes with Its Own DSLR

Some parents try to get their kids to fall in love with photography from an early age. If you are a diehard Canon shooter who wants your child to share that same loyalty in their formative years, look no further than this official Canon teddy bear. Available…
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Help Identify Photos of Japanese Americans Incarcerated During WWII

The photo above is of a woman named Shizuko Ina, but for nearly 80 years she remained unidentified until the staff at the Library of Congress were able to connect with her daughter and grandson. The Library of Congress and Flickr are asking the public to help do the same for other photos of Japanese Americans who were sent to concentration camps in the United States during World War II…
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A €120,000 Zeiss Ikon rifle and €1.2M Leica MP headlined the 39th Leitz Photographica Auction

Over the weekend, Mirrorless Rumors (somewhat cryptically) posted about the ‘sexy and expensive’ Sonnar 180mm F2.8 lens that you could purchase if you had a lot of extra money, €120,000 of extra money. But what is the expensive lens and why is it so expensive? Contax Rifle 543/75 outfit / Credit: Leitz Photographica Auction For avid readers, the lens might look familiar. The…
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Astronaut Thomas Pesquet Shot a Quarter Million Photos from Space

European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Pesquet has returned to Earth after a 200-day stint on the International Space Station (ISS) and has begun sharing some of the nearly quarter of a million photos he captured while in orbit. Pesquet has been a boon for those who enjoy photography and space travel, as he has provided a huge number of stunning photos of Earth that were captured…
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