August 2017

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For Online Subscription Digital Subscription The imaging industry has been through a blistering pace of change over the last two decades or so. Just when we thought that everything had been dusted and delivered (with the advent of smartphones and mirrorless cameras), here comes another shock. The California Institute of Technology is developing cameras that will be far … [Read more...]

Panasonic to launch remote network camera

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Panasonic Corp. has announced that it will soon launch a new integrated remote network camera, the AW-HR 140 this month. The camera is integrated with a splash and dust-proof housing, a surveillance camera, rotary table and a lens. The camera features three 1/2.86-inch CMOS image sensors and Digital Signal Processor (DSP) engine to reproduce images in high resolution, high … [Read more...]

June 2017

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For Online Subscription Digital Subscription Are mirrorless cameras finally coming of age? Sony’s Alpha series has been in an all conquering mode. Fujifilm’s APS-C mirrorless line-up is impressing all and sundry and the Micro Four Thirds twins, Olympus and Panasonic, have come up with winners in the form of the EM-1 Mark II and the Lumix GH5. After autofocus, digital an … [Read more...]

May 2017

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For Online Subscription Digital Subscription As things change rapidly in the imaging world, we cannot help but look at the associated world of high fidelity music. In the1980’s, the compact disc replaced the vinyl album or so we thought. Those who threw away their turntables and their records must be rueing their decisions. Vinyl albums have made a huge comeback and there … [Read more...]

April 2017

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For Online Subscription Digital Subscription Smart Photography started its publishing journey 12 years ago at around the time the last analogue SLR was launched. Since then, the digital bandwagon has completely conquered the market. A significant change like that brings in its wake a lot of pain. All the film manufacturing companies (bar Fujifilm) virtually disappeared. … [Read more...]