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DPReview TV: Leica Q2 Monochrom review

Our team at DPReview TV wanted a monochrome version of the Leica Q2 and they got it. Is this a case of 'be careful what you wish for'? Nope. As Chris explains in our hands-on review, the Q2 might just be his new favorite camera.

DaVinci Resolve 17 announced, includes over 300 new features and improvements

DaVinci Resolve 17 has been announced. The all-in-one video and audio editing software incorporates more than 100 new features and 200 improvements.

Video: David Chan is the 'Camera Guardian' in Hong Kong

Camera shop owner David Chan has been collecting and selling cameras for nearly 60 years in Hong Kong. In a new video from South China Morning Post, we learn more about Chan, his passion for vintage film cameras and his impressive collection.

DPReview TV: We answer your questions about how to start a YouTube channel

Following our DPReview TV video series 'How to start a YouTube channel', we received lots of follow-up questions from viewers, so Chris and Jordan sat down to answer some of the most common ones.

DPReview TV: The episode in which we encourage you to play with fire

We realize it's not the conventional wisdom, but you should probably go play with fire. Why? Because, from fire comes art. Tell your mom we said it's OK.

DPReview TV: Sony a7S III review

Watch our review of the Sony a7S III to find out why Jordan calls it 'the best camera for run and gun videography' available today.

Iconic scenes in The Mandalorian were filmed using a Canon 5D Mark III and Nikon lens

Discover how Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian combined CGI with old-school stop motion photography to recapture the look and feel of the original Star Wars films.

A visual and auditory journey through the shutter sounds of vintage film cameras

Ace Noguera recorded the shutter sounds of numerous vintage cameras and produced a satisfying video of his project. What photographer doesn’t love the sound of a good shutter click?

The Insta360 ONE X2 is an image-stabilized 5.7K 360-degree camera that fits in your pocket

Insta360 has released the ONE X2, a second-generation 5.7K 360-degree pocket camera with new and improved specifications and features.

DPReview TV: Canon EOS R6 firmware update 1.1.1 - Did they fix the overheating?

Canon recently announced an EOS R6 firmware update to address overheating issues. Does firmware 1.1.1 improve the camera's video performance? Quite a bit, it turns out.

Video: Weird lens guru turns $20 Carl Zeiss projector lens into a swirly-bokeh camera lens

Self-proclaimed 'weird lens' guru, Mathieu Stern, has shared his latest video, wherein he shows imagery captured with two $20 projector lenses he adapted to fit his Sony mirrorless camera.

DPReview TV: Best entry-level full frame mirrorless – Nikon Z5 vs. Canon EOS RP

What's the best entry-level full frame mirrorless camera? We compare the Nikon Z5 to the Canon EOS RP to find out.

Canon's ISO 4 million multi-purpose camera was used to record fluorescent life in the Amazon

Canon's ME20F-SH camera has been used frequently to record incredible footage since its release in 2015. The camera can record in light as low as 0.0005 lux, after all. For a mixed-reality documentary, Awavena, director of photography Greg Downing took the ME20F-SH into the Amazon and pushed the camera to its limits.

Video: iFixit is currently showing a live iPhone 12 teardown

Repair site iFixit is hosting a live iPhone 12 teardown on its YouTube channel to see what tech Apple has managed to pack inside one of its latest smartphones.

DPReview TV: DJI RS 2 and RSC 2 review

Jordan takes a closer look at what's new on DJI's RS 2 and RSC 2 gimbals, and how they function in the field, both as tools for videographers and fitness buffs alike. You read that right – get ready for some Tonin' with the Ronin.

Ilford Photo Darkroom Guide video series reveals printing techniques and more for beginners

The are piles of educational videos on the Ilford Photo YouTube channel for those wanting to get into black and white film photography and those who just need a refresher.

DPReview TV: The quality of light, and how different types of lights affect your photos

Having light is critical for photography, but what about the quality of light? Our resident mad scientist, Don Komarechka, explains how different light sources can impact your photos.

Video: This is what happens when you make a bullet-time rig out of 15 Raspberry Pi cameras

Canadian light-painter, bullet-timer and visual artist Eric Paré created a bullet-time rig using 15 Pi cameras synchronised to all shoot at the same moment. The results are pretty cool.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-S10 first impressions review

The Fujifilm X-S10 may have a less retro design than some of its siblings, but it's a very capable camera for both stills and video. Watch our review to find out why Chris and Jordan think this camera hits the sweet spot.

DPReview TV: Panasonic BGH1 review

We take our first look at the new Panasonic BGH1 box camera. See what makes it different, how its dynamic range compares to the GH5S and the full-frame S1H, and find out why Jordan thinks it has a lot of potential.

Video: From its origins to a harrowing kidnapping, the story of Adobe

Dagogo Altraide of ColdFusion has produced a video sharing the history of Adobe, from its humble beginnings in a garage to its massive place in the tech industry today.

DPReview TV: Ultraviolet light – see the world through the eyes of insects

Think you know what the world looks like? Think again! DPReview TV host and mad scientist Don Komarechka shows us what the world looks like when seen through ultraviolet light.

Video: The history of cameras in space and how iconic space photos were captured

Cameras have been in space since 1961 and have captured many iconic images over the past 60 years. Scott Manley has published an informative and fascinating new video discussing the history of cameras in space.

NASA translates Milky Way images into sound using sonification

This is the first time the public can experience parts of the Milky Way as sound, a project made possible using the space observations from multiple telescopes.

DPReview TV: Sony LA-EA5 A-mount to E-mount adapter review

Sony just breathed new life into older A-mount lenses thanks to its LA-EA5 adapter for E-mount. Watch our review to find out why it could be a great option for those who still own A-mount glass.

Video: The impact of hand-colorized photos on photography in 19th century Japan

After a forced opening of Japanese ports to foreigners in the mid-19th century, foreign-owned photo studios began hiring local artisans to hand-color black and white images, leading to a boom in an industry that served to both inform and mislead outsiders about Japanese culture in the mid to late 1800s.

DPReview TV: Nikon Z5 review

'We have to go fishing to test the Nikon Z5,' they told us. 'It's all about the camera,' they said. Call us skeptical, but such are the lives of YouTube stars. So join us as we go fishing with the Nikon Z5

DPReview TV: Six techniques to help you nail manual focus

Shooting macro? Channeling your inner Cartier-Bresson on the street? Chris and Jordan have some quick tips to help you nail your manually focused shot every time.

Video: How Kodak became yet another victim of the juggernaut of changing technology

The Wall Street Journal has released a new video detailing the history of the Kodak Eastman company, including its origins, rise to prominence and subsequent fall from grace.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm 50mm F1.0 review

The Fujifilm XF 50mm F1.0 R WR promises to be great for portraiture. Does it live up to the hype? And how does it compare to Fujifilm's own 56mm F1.2? Watch our review to find out.

DPReview TV: How to start a YouTube channel Part III – should you shoot in a studio or in the field?

Have you ever dreamed of starting your own YouTube channel? In this video, we discuss the pros and cons of working of shooting from a studio vs. shooting in the field.

DPReview TV: Sony a7C review

The Sony a7C packs a full-frame sensor and an impressive list of features into a very compact body. But what's it like to use, and how does it stack up against Sony's own a7 III? Watch our full review to find out.

Atomos, Olympus working to bring ProRes RAW to E-M1X, E-M1 Mark III by end of year

Atomos and Olympus have announced their plans to bring Apple ProRes RAW video recording capabilities to the OM-D E-M1X and OM-D E-M1 Mark III when connected to an Atomos Ninja V recorder via HDMI.

DPReview TV: Sony a7C hands-on preview

Chris and Jordan chat about Sony's newest full-frame camera, despite not being able to get their hands on one just yet. Find out their take on the a7C in this hands-on, er, hands-off preview.

DPReview TV: We compare two dedicated vlogging cameras to an iPhone, find out which is best

Vlogging is more popular than ever. In response, manufacturers have introduced specialty cameras for vloggers. But do you really need a dedicated camera to vlog? We compared the Sony ZV-1 and Panasonic G100 to an iPhone to find out.

DPReview TV: How to start a YouTube channel Part II – should you write a script, an outline or just wing it?

Have you ever dreamed of starting your own YouTube channel? In this video, we show you three different ways to plan and script your show.

Video: How to choose your focal length for landscape photography

Photographer Nigel Danson has shared a deep-dive video wherein he explains how and why he chooses the focal lengths he does for various landscapes he captures and keeps for his portfolio.

DPReview TV: ProRes Raw just got a whole lot better (thanks to a Final Cut Pro update)

An update to Final Cut Pro X promises to unleash the power of ProRes Raw video, a feature available on many new cameras. But, cameras need to supply the right metadata for it to work.

DPReview TV: Do the Panasonic S5's updated subject recognition and DFD improve autofocus in video?

The Panasonic S5 includes important upgrades to its autofocus system, but how much do those improvements extend to video? We put it to the test, shooting side-by-side against the S1H, to find out.

DPReview TV: Panasonic Lumix S5 first impressions

Chris and Jordan take a look at the Panasonic S5 and in short, they find an appealing, highly versatile tool for still photographers and videographers alike.

Video: A look at Yasuhara's unique Nanoha macro lens with built-in LEDs

This unusual macro lens has a little bit of everything — built in LEDs, a USB port for charging the internal battery and a maximum 5x magnification rate.

Video: What it's like to photograph Formula 1 in 60 seconds

Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team photographer Steve Etherington has photographed every F1 race for the past 28 years. This 60-second BTS video shows what it's like to keep his record going amidst a pandemic.

Video: What it's like to photograph hockey games inside the NHL 'bubble'

The National Hockey League has shared a six-minute video showing how photographers and editors are working together to photograph two games a night inside the NHL bubble.

DPReview TV: How to start a YouTube channel Part I – the gear you need to get started

Have you ever dreamed of starting your own YouTube channel? In this video, the first in a series, we talk about the basic gear you'll need to get going – all for under $1000.

Final Cut Pro X 10.4.9 adds ProRes Raw camera setting adjustments, improved vertical editing and more

The new update adds significant improvements to the ProRes Raw workflow, better proxy options, improved vertical video editing and much more.

Video: Scientists records insects taking flight at 3,200fps

Dr. Adrian Smith, a Research Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University has shared a video on his YouTube channel Ant Lab that shows 11 insects taking flight at a mesmerizing 3,200fps.

DPReview TV: We review six popular photo backpacks

We compare six popular camera backpacks: the Wandrd Prvke, the Peak Design Travel Backpack, the Shimoda Explore, the Manfrotto Manhattan Mover, the CosySpeed PhotoHiker and the Atlas Athlete.

Video: How to capture a 0.1MP portrait with a Game Boy Camera and 70-200mm lens

Sam McKenzie of YouTube Channel 3D Printor has shared a behind-the-scenes video showing how he captured and printed a portrait using a Game Boy Camera and a Tamron 70-200mm lens.

Video: How to thoroughly clean and disinfect your camera

Olympus Europe has partnered with photographer Fernando Marmolejo to create a video guide on how to keep your cameras and lenses clean and disinfected.

DPReview TV: Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG DN Art review

Sigma has been cranking out some fantastic lenses lately, and the new 85mm F1.4 DG DN Art joins the club. Find out why we like this fast, compact lens. (Includes updated sample gallery.)

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