DJI and Hasselblad announce bundle with M600 Pro drone, Ronin MX gimbal and 100-megapixel camera

Back in 2015, Hasselblad purchased a minority stake in Chinese drone-maker DJI. That partnership led to a new bundle combining a Hasselblad A5D camera and DJI M600 drone in July of 2016. The Hasselblad A5D aerial camera was available in 50 and 80-megapixel versions. That was a very serious bundle, but DJI and Hasselblad have topped it with a new integrated drone platform which combines the M600 Pro drone, a Ronin MX gimbal and Hasselblad's 100-megapixel H6D-100c camera. This bundle is clearly aimed at high-end fine art...
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How to match total exposures of multiple images in Lightroom in only a few clicks

Adobe team member Benjamin Warde has shared many quick Lightroom tutorials in his Lightroom Coffee Break video series. Scott Kelby recently featured one from last December on his Lightroom Killer Tips website and we thought we would share it with you because it’s a very useful, easy tip to make using Lightroom to edit many images at once even easier. When out shooting, it’s not unlikely that your exposures from shot to shot can vary dramatically. It would take a great deal of time to manually adjust the exposure of a lot of...
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Chinese company ZY Optics announces pair of fast prime manual focus Mitakon lenses for Fuji GFX

Mitakon has announced at the 2017 China P&E fair in Beijing a pair of lenses for the Fujifilm GFX. The Mitakon Speedmaster 65mm f/1.4 and Speedmaster 85mm f/1.2 lenses are scheduled to be released in 2017, but pricing information is not yet available. The details are sparse on the pair of manual focus lenses, but both include a 77mm filter thread, to give some sense of their size. The 85mm f/1.2 lens is said to have a close focusing distance of around 3.2 feet (1 meter) and it has nine lenses in six groups with two of the optics...
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Frustrated with constant lens changes? Check out the TriLens triple lens holder you can wear on your belt

Have you ever been inconvenienced by having to switch lenses? Have you ever wished you could have a few lenses within hands’ reach? If so, Swedish startup Frii Designs has a potential solution for you, the TriLens. Frii Designs was started by event photographer Jonas Lundin and his TriLens product is aimed at making it easier than ever to quickly change lenses and make sure that you capture every moment. “There’s nothing worse than coming home from a photo shoot and realize that you’ve missed irreplaceable moments because you...
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