LTD.RUN makes printing large format photos as simple as drag-and-drop

Meet LTD.RUN, a new website and accompanying service that will custom print posters of your photograph with a simple drag-and-drop of your image. Following the ‘do one thing well’ mentality, LTD.RUN makes buying a large-format print as easy as possible. Simply go to the site, choose your aspect ratio (and whether you want a frame) by cycling through a handful of options, drag your image onto the browser and check out. Creator Sam Margalit says the best quality comes when uploading JPEG or PNG images up to 50MB in size. Photos are printed with an Epson...
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Could this be the ultimate lens carrying solution?

If you’re looking for a new way to keep your lenses nearby when you’re out shooting, Peak Design’s newest products might be just what you’re looking for. In collaboration with their ongoing Kickstarter campaign for ‘The Everyday Messenger’ camera bag, Peak Design has announced the CaptureLENS and Lens Kit, two new products they deem to be ‘the best camera lens carry and quick-change system ever made.’ Launching exclusively on Kickstarter, like almost all of Peak Design’s other products, these two new devices use Peak Design’s clever Capture clip to mount...
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Wi-Fi worries? These silver-infused undies will guard your gonads from electromagnetic radiation

In terms of your nether regions, do you use protection? No, not that type of protection. We’re talking about protection from electromagnetic radiation (EMR). Although the jury is still out on just how bad EMR is on your body, especially your private parts, there is a market ripe with opportunity for companies to protect those who would rather be safe than sorry in terms of keeping your baby-making parts out of harms way. Enter Wireless Armor, the world’s first EMR-shielded underwear that are said to protect fertility, particularly in males, by blocking out...
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New patent from Olympus details interesting dual-stage image stabilization

A new patent from Olympus details the technical makings of a dual-stage image stabilization mechanism that intelligently uses both in-lens and in-camera stabilization to compensate for unwanted shake. The patent, originally filed in January of 2014, is vague in its wording, but from our interpretation, details an interesting ability to switching between multiple image stabilization modes depending on whether the lens attached to the camera has built-in image stabilization. Specifically, it appears as though this new...
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Get Wild! BTS video takes a look at a day in the life of a wildlife photographer at Zoo Miami

As part of its ongoing BTS series, Nikon has shared a new video with Nikon Ambassador and Naturalist Ron Magill as he photographs promotional images for the Zoo Miami. In the three minute video, Magill gives advice on how best to capture wildlife in a zoo setting. Along the way he shares a number of his techniques, his gear setup, and his resulting images. It’s a quick and fun watch. If for no other reason, do it for the baby giraffe. You won’t be disappointed. For more BTS videos, you can head on over to Nikon USA’s YouTube Channel.
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Researchers developing LED ‘license plates’ to help keep rogue drones out of the sky

Dangerous drone usage is on the rise faster than ever. So far this year over 650 incident reports already filed to the FAA; almost triple that of the incidents reported through the same time last year. One of the biggest problems with curbing the reckless flight of drones is the inability for the operators to be held liable. After all, it’s not easy to identify individual drones and operators can often bring down their drone and leave the scene before being held responsible for their actions. Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley might just...
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