Check Out The iPhone 11 Pro Go Up Against A $7,500 Professional DSLR Camera

Over the years and with every iteration, our smartphone cameras are growing more capable. However, will there ever come a day in which professional cameras could be replaced by smartphones? In a video uploaded by photographer Matti Haapoja, he decided to put that to the test by comparing photos taken by the iPhone 11 Pro against that of his Canon 1DX Mark II, a professional DSLR that costs $7,500.


The Nikon D6 Has (Sort Of) Been Officially Announced

The other day we heard reports that Nikon could be getting ready to launch its next DSLR, the Nikon D6, on the 4th of September. It turns out that the rumors were right because Nikon has sort of officially announced the camera. We say “sort of” because the camera has yet to be launched, but rather the announcement is more of Nikon saying that it is in development.


Nikon D6 Could Be Announced On September 4

We have been hearing bits and pieces of rumors regarding Nikon’s next DSLR, the Nikon D6. It was initially suggested that it could be launched in October, according to Nikon Rumors, but now a follow-up report from Nokishita has suggested that we could be getting the camera a lot earlier than expected.


Canon EOS 90D DSLR Camera Announced

If you’re shopping about for a new DSLR camera and you don’t want to spend too much money, you’re in luck. This is because Canon has recently announced the EOS 90D. This is a mid-range camera that is a bit more expensive than Canon’s Rebel series of DSLRs, but if you’re an enthusiast looking to take your photography to the next level, it could be worth checking out.


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Researchers Find That Some DSLR Cameras Are Vulnerable To Ransomware

When you think of ransomware, you might think of computers. However, as it turns out, ransomware can actually affect not just computers, but our digital cameras as well. This is according to a recent report from Check Point Research who discovered a potential flaw in some DSLR cameras.


Some Nikon DSLR Cameras Might Be Replaced With Mirrorless Models

DSLRs were the cameras that many professionals used back in the day, but then mirrorless cameras came along and the game was changed. This is because mirrorless cameras are smaller and lighter than DSLRs, making them more ideal to be carried around, plus with some of them sporting full-frame capabilities, some pros have actually replaced their DSLRs with mirrorless cameras.


Canon EOS 7D Lineup Might Have Been Discontinued

The Canon EOS 7D MK II was launched back in 2014 and while we have heard rumors that the company could be launching a successor in 2018, we haven’t really seen anything yet. Unfortunately, for those who were hoping to get their hands on the MK III, you might be disappointed to learn that the camera may never come.


These Are The Rumored Specs Of The Canon EOS 90D

While mirrorless cameras are all the rage these days, we understand that there might be some photographers who still prefer the heft, size, and features of a DSLR. If you’re looking for a new DSLR and want something less expensive than a professional-grade camera but want something better than an entry-level device, then Canon might have something for you.


Canon EOS Rebel SL3 Entry-Level Camera Announced

If you’re new to the world of photography and want to get your feet wet with a DSLR camera but don’t want to spend too much money upfront, then you might be interested to learn that Canon has announced the EOS Rebel SL3. This is the company’s latest DSLR in its entry-level Rebel series, but don’t let its entry-level status fool you.


Nikon D760 Rumored For 2019 Release

Full-frame mirrorless cameras are usually perceived as being expensive because generally speaking, professionals are the ones who can probably appreciate the full-frame sensor more than the average hobbyist photographer. However if an entry-level full-frame camera is something you might be interested in, Nikon could have something for you in 2019.


Samsung Uses DSLR Photo To Market The Galaxy A8 Star’s ‘Portrait Mode’

Most of us are pretty smart enough to know that you should never 100% trust what you see in marketing materials. This is because marketing materials usually exaggerate what a device, like a smartphone’s camera, can do, and this is usually done in “perfect” settings where the lighting and subject are on point.


Nikon D3500 Entry-Level DSLR Camera Launched

Just last week, Nikon confirmed how serious they were about the mirrorless market by launching the Z6 and Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras. Safe to say given their specs and how they’re designed to be Nikon’s flagship mirrorless cameras, they did not come cheap. However if you’re in the market for an affordable Nikon camera, the recently announced D3500 might do the trick.


Nikon D5600 Camera Announced, But For The US

If you’re looking to get a DSLR camera but you don’t want to spend big bucks on full-frame models like the Canon EOS 5D or the Nikon D5, not to worry as the folks at Nikon have something else for you in the recently announced Nikon D5600, a presumably mid-range DSLR based on its predecessors and also its specs.


iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode VS Canon 5D Mark IV

One of the key features of the iPhone 7 Plus over the smaller iPhone 7 would be its dual lens camera, and also the Portrait Mode within its camera app that was launched with iOS 10.1. Basically by combining both lenses, it will allow the iPhone 7 Plus’ camera to achieve a similar bokeh-like effect that DSLRs can.