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Upcoming GoPro Hero4 firmware will enable new photo and video features

Published on January 8, 2015 by in News

GoPro has released details about upcoming firmware updates for its Hero4 action cameras; the new firmware versions will be delivered next month, enabling new photo and video features like in-camera time lapse creation.&nbs…

 
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Sony issues firmware 1.10 for Alpha 7 II

Published on January 8, 2015 by in News

Announced in late November, the Sony Alpha 7 II has received its first firmware update. Somewhat thin on specifics, firmware version 1.10 promises improved image stabilization. The firmware details cite improvements in IS when half-pressing the shutter…

 
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Opinion: The myth of the upgrade path

Published on January 8, 2015 by in News

Full frame cameras have never been more accessible but what does that mean for owners of cropped-sensor cameras? DPReview’s Richard Butler argues that the existence of a full frame model in your brand’s line-up doesn’t mean there are intermediate steps…

 
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CES 2015: The Best New Camera and Photo Gear

Published on January 8, 2015 by in News

Check out the most interesting new products from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show
The annual Consumer Electronics Show is a chance for companies to bring all of their fanciest new gear and show it off to the public for the first time. While there …

 
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Video: Hands-On With the Wacom Cintiq Companion 2 Editing Tablet

Published on January 7, 2015 by in News
Wacom Cintiq Companion 2

Wacom’s tablet gets even more useful

The original Wacom Cintiq Companion was a 13-inch tablet that integrated all of the advanced writing and stylus features you’d expect from a Wacom Cintiq display. Now, they’re releasing the second version here at CES 2015.
 
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It still works as a stand-alone tablet, running a full touch-enabled version of Windows 8. But, now they have something called Cintiq connect, which allows it to plug into a PC or a mac computer and be used as an advanced input device. It’s like having a Mac OS X device with a full touch interface, which is pretty cool. 
 
It starts shipping in February and will cost $1,299 for the base version and go up from there. Check out the video for a demo.
Wacom Cintiq Companion 2
Photo by: Popular Photography Magazine Editor

Wacom Cintiq Companion 2

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Toshiba announces world’s first SDHC card with NFC

Published on January 7, 2015 by in News

Toshiba has announced an SDHC card equipped with NFC, claiming it to be the world’s first. With the corresponding ‘Memory Card Preview’ app downloaded to a mobile device, the user can tap the card to view thumbnails of 16 images and…

 
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G-Technology launches new G-DRIVE ev rugged portable storage with all-terrain-cases

Published on January 7, 2015 by in News

Digital storage brand G-Technology has announced a collection of new portable hard drives designed to survive in difficult environments. The two available G-DRIVE ev models, equipped with Thunderbolt or USB 3.0 connections, will come housed i…

 
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Fujifilm X100T real-world sample gallery posted

Published on January 7, 2015 by in News

The Fujifilm X100T is the third iteration of the company’s enthusiast-level fixed-lens compact, and we’ve followed up our initial real-world gallery from the camera with even more samples. The majority of the images that follow were shot as JPEGs in th…

 
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