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Megadap's ETZ11 adapter brings AF, aperture and IBIS to E mount lenses on Nikon Z cameras

Lens accessory manufacturer Megadap has announced the ETZ11, the first automatic adapter for mounting Sony E mount lenses on both full-frame and APS-C Nikon Z mirrorless camera systems. The ETZ11 supports a ‘wide variety’ of both first- and third-party Sony E mount lenses. Specifically, Megadap says it’s tested both automatic and manual shooting with Samyang (Rokinon), Sigma, Sony…
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10 of the Most Expensive Cameras Ever

We all love interesting and perhaps somewhat obscure facts and anyone reading this site has at least a moderate interest in cameras — and hopefully, their history. Part of that history includes the unique, weird, one-of-a-kind, and (you guessed it) extremely expensive…
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This Camera Camel Helps Shoot Hard-to-Reach Desert Locations

A group of photographers recently enlisted the help of the world’s first remote photographer camel. It wandered inaccessible areas in Saudi Arabia and worked as their photography assistant through the use of a remote shooting rig mounted to her hump. There are many areas in the world still very inaccessible to even the most adventurous photographers, but innovative methods are often deployed to…
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Reflex SLR Camera Project Derailed by Development Issues

Three years after raising £100,000 on Kickstarter, the Reflex SLR project may be shelved indefinitely due to major issues in developing a prototype that have burned through the cash raised from backers. Reflex was launched in a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign by Laurence…
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8 Helpful Camera Hacks for Landscape Photography

Much of successful landscape photography depends on having the right location, composition, and light, but photographer Mark Denney has shared 8 camera tips and hacks that can further enhance the shooting process and benefit photographers of all levels of experience. Denney is a passionate landscape photographer and educator who often shares valuable knowledge with the audience, such as his 5…
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Man Busted Getting Into Water with Grizzlies for Photos

Here’s a good example of how NOT to photograph grizzly bears out in the wild. This video shows a man who was caught on camera wading into Brooks River in Alaska and getting too close to feeding grizzly bears in order to snap some smartphone selfies and photos. A common piece of advice in photography is to “zoom with your feet,” or to get closer to your subject instead of relying on a longer…
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