NEWS

Hassalblad H6D-400C MS

Hasselblad Introduces 400-megapixel Camera

Swedish company Hasselblad has created a futuristic camera — The H6D-400C MS. This is a 400-megapixel Multi-Shot camera that captures 2.4GB images! It takes a 6-shot image capture for 400 megapixel images or a 4-shot multi capture/single shot to create 100 megapixel images. With Multi-Shot capture, the sensor is moved by one pixel or half a pixel per shot via a piezo unit — the first 4 by moving the sensor by one pixel and and the balance 2 by moving the sensor half a pixel horizontally and then … Continue Reading

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REVIEWS

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GoPro Hero6 Black

GoPro recently unveiled their flagship Hero6 Black. The device looks exactly like the Hero5 Black, except for a new logo on the power/mode button and the model name written at one side. In fact, if you hold and operate both the devices together, you … Continue Reading

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Asus Zenfone 4 Selfie PRO

Asus has been in the forefront of innovations and have risen through the ranks since the launch of Zenfone 5 to establish as one of the leading smartphone manufacturers. The Zenfone 4 Selfie PRO is their flagship product in the Selfie … Continue Reading

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The Defender – Canon EOS M6

Canon M-series cameras have gone through many ups and downs right from its launch, but mirrorless is indeed the road forward for any camera company. The flagship M5 is quite a capable camera, though the small inventory of lenses may not make it quite … Continue Reading

TUTORIALS

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If I Were You – August 2017

Our Imaging Expert No one can take a picture that everyone likes. But, almost every picture can have scope of improvement. Often, we are not our best critics, while others can immediately point out the faults. In If I were you, our expert comments on … Continue Reading

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Image Editing – Part 9: Sharpening

‘Sharpening’ is a part of the digital workflow that is often least understood or mis-understood. Most beginners (and some advanced workers too) tend to over-sharpen their images. But first, let us understand why we need to sharpen our images; after al … Continue Reading

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Depth of Field & Hyperfocal Setting

Depth of Field (DoF) refers to the zone of acceptable sharpness in our picture. Let’s take that a bit further. When you focus your lens (any lens) at any given distance, technically speaking, only that point (and all points along that same plane – pl … Continue Reading