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Ricoh shares 360

Editor's note: The below video is best viewed in Chrome or Firefox browsers, as they support 360-degree video: Ricoh has published photos and video captured with a specialized version of its Ricoh Theta 360-degree spherical camera developed in partnership with with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). dpreview.com

2019-10-20 20:15

Photography Cheat Sheet: Explaining Camera Exposure to a Dummy

Mastering camera controls can be intimidating for beginners, especially for those who are upgrading from a smartphone camera. But, it doesn't have to stay that way. Today's photography cheat sheet will certainly help anyone who wants to have a better understanding of the three basic camera settings: aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. thephoblographer.com

2019-10-16 10:00

Best easy-to-use cameras of 2019

If you want a camera that you can pick up and use without having to page through the manual first, then this guide is for you. Some of the cameras in this guide have robust auto modes that let you 'set it and forget it', while others have clever interfaces to translate more complex subjects into easily comprehensible language, often with visual guides. dpreview.com

2019-10-12 16:00

Review: Live Planet VR live-streaming system

Live Planet VR camera and live-streaming platform$3,495 | liveplanet. net Live Planet VR bills itself as the only end-to-end VR system, and technically, since it includes a camera system as well as a cloud publishing suite that's capable of delivering to just about every major VR headset and outlet currently available (including live-streaming high-resolution stereoscopic 360 video over mobile networks) they may be right. dpreview.com

2019-10-6 16:00

iPhone 11's coolest photo feature is the hardest one to find

Cinerama leaning back a natural result of pointing my camera upwards to capture the whole building. Anyone who has stood at ground level and taken a photo of a building across the street has likely seen the effects of perspective distortion you tilt your camera back to bring the whole building into frame, causing the straight lines of the building to appear to be 'leaning back. dpreview.com

2019-10-5 16:00