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Video: Sony a9 falls short with Canon 300mm and 400mm lenses attached

<span id=”__caret”>_</span>�<span id=”__caret”>_</span>�<span id=”__caret”>_</span>�<span id=”__caret”>_</span>�<span id=”__caret”>_</span><br /> Sports shooters considering Sony’s speedy a9 have one major hurdle to overcome: glass. There’s a dearth of long, fast primes available to Sony FE shooters, and it seems like using off-brand glass while you wait for Sony to catch up just isn’t a ...

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Lucid VR begins sales of its LucidCam 3D VR camera

Lucid VR has announced the general availability of the LucidCam, its 3D VR camera. The LucidCam captures a 180º field of view, less than the spherical 360º field of view found on many consumer VR cameras, however it does so with binocular vision, creating a 3D VR experience with a ...

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Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 15mm F1.7 sample gallery

Published Jun 23, 2017 | dpreview staff Sure, it’s been a minute since the Panasonic 15mm F1.7 was introduced. But three years later it’s still a solid option for a Micro Four Thirds shooter looking for a fast, compact, wide-angle prime. And what better time to travel ...

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Yi announces development of 180 VR camera with Google

Yi, which already has VR offerings in the Halo and 360 VR cameras, is announcing the development of a new, stereo 3D camera called the 180 VR. They’re working directly with Google Daydream, and promise it will be easy to use, and easy to view. Any real details regarding the ...

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NASA ortbiter snaps aerial photo of lonesome Mars Curiosity rover

The bright blue dot at the center of this photo by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is actually NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover, going about its lonely mission on the Red Planet. © Photo courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona No human photographer could capture this aerial photograph. That’s because this image is ...

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