Sony announces 4K Handycam Photo

Sony announces 4K Handycam

At the CES show, Sony has announced a new 4k Handycam camcorder and two new HD models. The FDR-AX53 has a new lens and sensor with an enhanced A algorithm that provides 40% faster focusing. It has assignable manual functions and a bit rate of 100Mbps. The HDR-CX675 and HDR-CX455 are HD camcorders that have 5 axis optical stabilization.

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Nikon surprises with the KeyMission 360 Photo

Nikon surprises with the KeyMission 360

n a surprising move, Nikon has entered the action camera market. The KeyMission 360 can record true 360° video in 4K UHD and is equipped with “electronic vibration reduction” which “reduces the effects of camera shake”. It is waterproof to 30m (98 ft) without a housing.

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Nikon unveils the D5 Photo

Nikon unveils the D5

Nikon has announced their flagship D5 FX SLR. It has a 20.8MP FX CMOS sensor with the EXPEED 5 image processing engine delivering an ISO range of 100 to 102400. AF is via the new 153 point Multi-CAM 20K autofocus sensor module. Video is available on the new camera at UHD resolution at 30p, 25p, 24p frame rates. There are two versions of the camera available, one using two CF cards for storage, and one using two XQD.

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Final Call: Underwater Photographer of the Year 2016 Photo

Final Call: Underwater Photographer of the Year 2016

The Underwater Photographer of the Year (UPY) contest is making a final call for entries. It offers categories for international entries in 5 categories, which include: Wide Angle, Macro, Wrecks, Behavior, Up & Coming. In addition, there are 3 categories for images shot in the UK: British Waters Wide Angle, Macro and Compacts. The deadline for entries is 4 January.

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Underwater Photography issue 88 available Photo

Underwater Photography issue 88 available

The January/February edition of Underwater Photography magazine is now available to download. It features an article on Fluorescence diving by Lynn Miner and an interview with Burt Jones and Maurine Shimlock. Nigel Marsh and Helen Rose discuss Anilao, while Wade Hughes’s stunning images form a backdrop to his article about sperm whales in the Azores. There are equipment reviews by Erin Quigley, Phil Rudin and Jussi Hokkanen, while Fernando Lessa talks about the Atlantic Forest of Brazil.

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