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Next iPhone may make 'biggest camera jump ever,' rumor claims

11/18, 4:40pm

Device might allegedly reach 'DSLR-quality imagery'

The next-generation iPhone may represent Apple's "biggest camera jump ever," says Daring Fireball's John Gruber. In a recent podcast episode, Gruber explains that "a birdie of a birdie" tells him that the camera will adopt a "kind of weird two-lens system where the back camera uses two lenses and it somehow takes it up into DSLR-quality imagery." That could imply a camera similar to the one in the HTC One M8, which uses an extra lens to provide more image data and enable post-processed focus shifts.

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Canon introduces two ultra wide-angle lenses, white EOS Rebel SL1

05/13, 10:08am

Ultra wide-angle lenses, white Rebel SL1 shipping this June

Canon is adding two new ultra wide-angle lenses to its range of glass for its DSLR cameras, as well as a new color variant of an existing model. The EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM and the EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM are accompanied by a version of the EOS Rebel SL1 DSLR it released in March last year, but this time it will be available in white.

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Schneider reveals iPro Series 2 lenses for iPhone

04/15, 8:15am

Schneider iPro Lens System gets Series 2 upgrades

Schneider has revealed its iPro Series 2 lenses for iPhone. The lenses work with its iPro Lens System, which includes cases compatible with the Apple iPhone 4, 4S and separately for the iPhone 5. There are five new lenses in the series, including a new super-wide 0.45x and a macro lens. These join redesigned fisheye, wideangle and 2x telephoto lenses.

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Canon outs new 24-70, 35mm lenses for DSLRs

11/06, 9:54am

24-70 lens features macro mode

Canon has announced two new lenses for its DSLR cameras. Of the pair, the flagship is the EF 2470mm f/4L IS USM. As its name implies the lens is a high-end L-series model, supporting apertures up to f/4 at all zoom levels. It's also equipped with an ultrasonic motor, image stabilization, and a macro mode, the last of which can be turned on with a switch. The lens should ship in December at a cost of $1,499.

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Nikon results claim higher camera sales, improves estimates

11/02, 5:41am

Lens sales up by 720,000 compared to last year

Nikon's recent financial results show an improvement in net sales compared to last year. Sales of 381 billion yen ($4 billion) are up by 56.5 billion yen ($700 million), though operating income has dropped 5.6 billion yen ($70 million) to 41.8 billion yen ($520 million) compared to the same period last year.

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Nikon 1 Series V2 revealed, succeeds V1 mirrorless camera

10/24, 5:50am

New 1 Nikkor lenses also announced

Nikon has announced the successor to the V1 mirrorless 1 System camera. The V2 uses an upgraded 14.2-megapixel CX-format CMOS sensor with a light sensitivity of between 160 and 640 ISO. An Expeed 3A image processor is aided by the Advance Hybrid Auto Focus system, which can switch between a 73-point phase detection and a 135-point contrast-detect AF system.

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Hands on: Schneider iPro 2x lens for the iPhone 4

01/28, 12:30am

Latest addition to the iPro lens system

Schneider Optics was one of many companies at the Macworld iWorld expo showing off its latest accessories. Electronista stopped by the lens maker's booth to check out their latest addition to the iPro interchangeable lens system for the iPhone 4 and 4S. A 2X telephoto lens now complements the company's wide angle and fisheye lenses.

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Kubota teams with Lensbaby for new PS tools

11/30, 1:55am

Filters specifically enhance bendable DSLR lenses

Photoshop filter developer and photographer Kevin Kubota has released a new set of image filters called The Lensbaby Pak, specifically designed to enhance the artistic effects of photos created using Lensbaby's bendable, pre-soft-filtered optical lenses. The package offers 15 new Photoshop filters with names like "Dad's Old Camera" and "Bollywood Intensity" to connote the intended effect.

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Panasonic Lumix GH1 shoots 1080p video

03/03, 1:15pm

Panasonic Lumix GH1

Panasonic has announced a second entry into its Lumix G series of Micro Four Thirds cameras, the GH1. The camera continues to use a 12.1-megapixel sensor, but introduces the ability to record in 1080p, 24fps video, echoing one of the primary features of Canon's more expensive EOS-5D Mk. II. Video is saved in AVCHD format to the camera's SDHC slot, and can additionally be scaled down to 1280x720 for 60fps recording. Shutter and aperture settings can be tweaked to produce special effects.

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