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Don’t Live in Japan? Don’t Worry, You Can Still Pick Up a Special Edition Gold Nikon DF

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Two weeks ago we shared this not-unattractive, Japan-exclusive Nikon DF that oh-so-subtly adorns the full-frame camera’s façade with a dashing bit of gold. Now, thanks to eBay, you can purchase the limited-edition camera for yourself even if you don’t live in Japan.

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The Foldio2 Foldable Pop-Up Light Box for Product Photos is Bigger, Brighter, and Better than Ever

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Remember Foldio? Introduced a little over a year ago today, it’s an ultra-portable, foldable light box that gave smartphone photographers the ability to capture much more professional looking product shots. And if you want to know just how popular it as, keep in mind the Foldio Kickstarter raised over $170,000 when its goal was only $10K.

Well, today Foldio comes back with a vengeance by introducing the Foldio2: a bigger, brighter version of the first Foldio that is well on its way to smashing that $170K funding bar they set with the first campaign. Read more…

Meet The Man Who Documented the Entire History of ZEISS Cameras in a 1,300-Page 7.7-Pound Book

You would be hard-pressed to find anyone who knows as much about ZEISS as Bernd K. Otto. From the company’s entry into the photography world in 1890, to its long-lived history and reputation throughout the 20th century, Otto’s knowledge and passion for the company led him to create Carl Zeiss Kamera-Register 1902–2012, the most comprehensive anthology of ZEISS cameras in existence.

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Great Deal: Pick Up This 28-Inch Dell 4K Monitor for Just $300 Today Only

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Videographers need not apply, but photographers interested in picking up their first 4K Ultra HD monitor for photo editing have a heck of a deal they can take advantage of today. Microsoft is currently selling the 28-inch Dell P2815Q 4K Ultra HD monitor for only $300.

That’s $200 less than retail and one of the cheapest prices we’ve ever seen on a 4K monitor. Read more…

Super Fast, Well-Reviewed, Portable 2TB WD Hard Drive Selling for Lowest Price Ever

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If you need some extra storage or you’ve been waiting for a good quality portable hard drive at a great price, we’ve found a deal you should definitely jump on. The Western Digital 2TB My Passport Ultra is selling at an all-time low price of $80 right now on eBay. Read more…

13 Photo Books for Your Stocking Stuffers

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In the age of the iPad, there still is something glorious about a photo book. Here are a few of our favorites from 2014, so send Santa (or Hanukah Harry) a quick tweet, and get a big dose of inspiration this Holiday season. Read more…

Zano Micro-Drone is Tiny, Autonomous, and Equipped with Optical Image Stabilization

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Micro-drones are typically thought of as more of a toy rather than a tool. If you want to capture real recreational aerial footage, you buy a bigger, heftier drone, right? Well, not necessarily. ZANO wants to change all that by packing both power and ease of use into a tiny package that measures just 2.5 x 2.5-inches and weighs just over 1.2lbs. Read more…

This Peel-Away Polaroid Calendar is a Great Gift for Your Instant Photography-Loving Friends

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Here’s a wonderful little gift idea (stocking stuffer perhaps?) that’s sure to impress one of the photography lovers on your list this holiday season. It’s the Poladarium 2015, and it’s a peel-away calendar where each day presents a new Polaroid photograph for you to admire.

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The Vela One is 100x Faster than Conventional Strobes, Can Stop a Bullet In Its Tracks

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High speed photography is all about fast-flash; the faster your flash, the faster the instant you can adequately freeze on a digital sensor. Modern strobes are pretty good at this, with flash durations as fast as 1/20,000 of a second, but a Bristol-based company Vela Labs is about to take high-speed photography to unheard-of heights.

Introducing the Vela One, ‘the world’s first high speed LED flash’ that boasts a flash speed starting at 1/2,000,000 second, or 500 nanoseconds. Read more…

South Korean Government Threatening Selfie Stick Retailers with $27K Fines and Jail Time

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The South Korean government is threatening selfie stick retailers with fines of up to $27K and jail time over some of the group selfie products they’re selling, and it’s all because of electromagnetic radiation. Feeling lost yet? Us too. Read more…