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This month’s prizes:

1 $300 Adorama Gift Certificate

2 $200 Adorama Gift Certificate

3 $100 Adorama Gift Certificate

Panasonic FZ300 First Shots posted: Let the long zoom image quality comparisons begin!

 
 

The Panasonic FZ200 has been a vastly popular camera on our site for many years now, and for good reason. This was the first all-in-one long zoom camera to sport a bright constant (f/2.8) aperture across the focal...

Square no more: Instagram now supports landscape and portrait orientations

 
 

In an unexpected twist, Instagram has announced it's now bringing official support for landscape and portrait photos and video.

The square format has long been a staple for the Facebook-owned social network, but...

Third time’s a charm? Canon EOS M3 coming to USA, we post First Shots from their latest mirrorless ILC

 
 

After being announced back in February for both the European and Asian markets, the Canon EOS M3 is finally coming Stateside -- and we've got First Shots! After a rather lackluster response, at least in the US, to...

After 17 years Canon unveils the long-awaited 35mm f/1.4L II

Seventeen years after Canon released the EF 35mm f/1.4L USM, it’s finally giving the wide-angle prime the successor it deserves in the form of the EF 35mm f/1.4L II USM, a very welcomed update that dramatically improves upon the classic lens in...

Prepare to be wowed: A look at the manufacturing process that brings Fujifilm’s X-T10 to life

Fujifilm’s X-T10 mirrorless camera is just one of a handful of X-series cameras that Fujifilm has spent the last few years crafting and perfecting. Today, you’ll get to see a behind-the-scenes look at the manufacturing process of the X-T10,...

Canon G3 X Field Test: A powerful lens and a proven sensor, but not without a few flaws

 
 

We've got another Field Test for you today from our favorite Maine-based nature and wildlife photographer, Jeremy Gray -- the Canon G3 X. Although he's traditionally been a DSLR guy, the Canon G3 X, with its...

Panasonic FZ300 First Shots posted: Let the long zoom image quality comparisons begin!

 
 

The Panasonic FZ200 has been a vastly popular camera on our site for many years now, and for good reason. This was the first all-in-one long zoom camera to sport a bright constant (f/2.8) aperture across the focal length range, therefore drawing the interest of long zoom fans and wildlife shooters craving both...

Next generation iPhones rumored to have 12MP camera and 4K video

This morning, Apple sent out the official invite for its September 9th event at Bill Graham auditorium in San Francisco, California, where it’s expected to release the next iteration of its iPhone series.

If Apple follows along the namesake it’s stuck to for six years now, it’s likely the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will be the names of the...

Square no more: Instagram now supports landscape and portrait orientations

 
 

In an unexpected twist, Instagram has announced it's now bringing official support for landscape and portrait photos and video.

The square format has long been a staple for the Facebook-owned social network, but with almost one out of every five photographs posted to Instagram containing unused white space,...

How to properly scan and add metadata to your film photographs

Film photography isn’t nearly as prevalent as it once was, but there are plenty of photographers who still prefer emulsion over electronics, myself included. Despite preferring the analogue method when it comes to capturing photographs, it’s essential to turn the film negatives into digital files for sharing them online.

To do that, you can...

Third time’s a charm? Canon EOS M3 coming to USA, we post First Shots from their latest mirrorless ILC

 
 

After being announced back in February for both the European and Asian markets, the Canon EOS M3 is finally coming Stateside -- and we've got First Shots! After a rather lackluster response, at least in the US, to the original EOS M, Canon -- or Canon USA, at least -- decided to hold off on releasing the subsequent...

After 17 years Canon unveils the long-awaited 35mm f/1.4L II

Seventeen years after Canon released the EF 35mm f/1.4L USM, it’s finally giving the wide-angle prime the successor it deserves in the form of the EF 35mm f/1.4L II USM, a very welcomed update that dramatically improves upon the classic lens in almost every regard.

This updated wide-angle prime is the first lens in the world to feature...

Prepare to be wowed: A look at the manufacturing process that brings Fujifilm’s X-T10 to life

Fujifilm’s X-T10 mirrorless camera is just one of a handful of X-series cameras that Fujifilm has spent the last few years crafting and perfecting. Today, you’ll get to see a behind-the-scenes look at the manufacturing process of the X-T10, from the cutting and shaping of the metal to the packaging.

Shared by Fujifilm Europe on its YouTube...

Canon G3 X Field Test: A powerful lens and a proven sensor, but not without a few flaws

 
 

We've got another Field Test for you today from our favorite Maine-based nature and wildlife photographer, Jeremy Gray -- the Canon G3 X. Although he's traditionally been a DSLR guy, the Canon G3 X, with its relatively large sensor and hugely versatile 24-600mm-equivalent optical zoom lens, looks to be an...

An in-depth look at color spaces

In the world of digital photography, we work in color spaces, ‘a specific organization of colors’, as defined by Wikipedia. There are many color spaces, but more often than not when we’re working with a digital-only workflow we deal with two, sRGB and Adobe RGB.

If you’re wondering what exactly a color space is, how it affects your workflow...

Canon patent shows off motorized adapter that will turn any EF lens into a tilt-shift lens for M-series cameras

According to a new patent, Canon is working on a new tilt-shift adapter for its M-series cameras that would work with every lens in Canon’s vast EF lineup.

The patent, originally filed in February of 2015, details the design for a ‘smart’ adapter of sorts that uses an internal CPU to adjust the adapter depending on the camera and lens being...

Tough enough to save your lens? Hoya’s new HD3 filters might make you care how your filters are built

Alright, so they might not be made out of Gorilla Glass, but filter manufacturer Hoya has announced a new lineup of HD3 photography filters that are said to be four times stronger than ‘standard optical glass’ and antireflective coatings that are 800% harder than the previous HD2 generation filters, all while letting in 99.7% of light.

The...

Fujifilm’s Instax instant film is blowing up across the globe, more growth still to come

Here at Imaging Resource, we tend to look at the digital side of things when it comes to Fujifilm, particularly their growing line of X-series cameras. But, it’s not just pixels that are selling for the Japanese-based camera company whose roots are firmly planted in the analogue world.

According to a PDF document from Fujifilm Holdings, the...

Olympus E-M10 II announced and field-tested. Could this be the ideal vacation camera?

 
 

Last year's Olympus E-M10 offered advanced entry-level photographers a more affordable option into Olympus' world of versatile, feature-rich OM-D cameras. Sporting many of the same features as their pricier, higher-end siblings, the E-M10 proved to be a very popular (and very capable) camera for those looking to...

GoPro HERO4 Black $100 off, one day only!

GoPro is the undeniable king of action cameras. Unfortunately, they don’t come cheap. At least not very often. Today only though, you can pick up its top-of-the-line model, the GoPro HERO4 Black, for $399 at Adorama -- $100 off retail.

This is the lowest we’ve ever seen the GoPro HERO4 Black, with the previous low coming in at $430. Be sure...

Panasonic limited-time promo offers triple the manufacturer warranty on cameras, lenses and more

If you’ve been on the fence about a Panasonic camera, camcorder or lens, a new limited-time offer might finally convince you to take the plunge.

Panasonic has announced that with the purchase of any qualifying camera, camcorder, lens or accessory through March 31st of 2016 you will receive not just one, but three years of protection under a...

Sweeble: a photo-sharing app that uses time, not likes, to measure interest

If you’re sick of using ’likes’ as a metric for determining how much your images are being seen, Sweeble, a new photo-sharing app for iOS might be just what you’re looking for. Instead of using the ubiquitous ‘like’, Sweeble instead uses time as the metric of interaction.

The basic premise of the app is not unlike that of Instagram or even...

Wi-Fi worries? These silver-infused undies will guard your gonads from electromagnetic radiation

In terms of your nether regions, do you use protection? No, not that type of protection. We’re talking about protection from electromagnetic radiation (EMR).

Although the jury is still out on just how bad EMR is on your body, especially your private parts, there is a market ripe with opportunity for companies to protect those who would...

Canon T6i Review: Blending new features with tried-and-true Canon DSLR characteristics

 
 

Back in February, Canon introduced a pair of Rebel DSLRs -- the Canon T6i and T6s -- sporting brand-new 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensors, making these cameras the highest resolution APS-C DSLRs in Canon's lineup. They are also the first Rebels to feature their latest DIGIC 6 image processor, as well as a much more...

Firmware Friday: Blackmagic URSA gets high-res viewfinder support and more


 
 

Our Firmware Friday roundup this week is a brief one, as there's only one new camera firmware release we're aware of since our last roundup. The device receiving the update is the Blackmagic URSA, an impressive 4K-capable Super 35-format camera with a pricetag to match. (It lists for around $5,000 in the US...

New patent from Olympus details interesting dual-stage image stabilization

A new patent from Olympus details the technical makings of a dual-stage image stabilization mechanism that intelligently uses both in-lens and in-camera stabilization to compensate for unwanted shake.

The patent, originally filed in January of 2014, is vague in its wording, but from our interpretation, details an interesting ability to...