Sunday, March 7, 2021

Mirrorless is dead. Long live the camera!

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Isn't it time we stopped wasting our breath of mirrorless cameras? What's wrong with using just "camera"? Originally, the term mirrorless was used to differentiate between the new breed of camera and the more traditional reflex camera with its optical viewfinder. Now, "mirrorless" is the norm and is overwhelmingly popular if we include smartphones. The mirrorless camera should go the way of the horseless carriage...

Royal Photographic Society: Browse 165 years of photographic history with no charge

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Britain's Royal Photographic Society is now allowing free access to 165 years of photographic history. You can now browse copies of the Society's Journal published between 1853 and 2018. Read more...

In-camera charging; what’s all the fuss?

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Every time I read a review of a camera featuring in-camera charging I find the manufacturer roundly criticised for not including an external charging...

Looking back on ten years of digital camera innovation

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It is only ten years since the first really usable digital DSLR, the Canon EOS 300D,  hit the market but development has been at a breakneck speed, especially in the past three or four years. An article in Micro 4/3rds Photography blog charts the rise of the digital camera, linked below.