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A black Fujifilm X-T50 mirrorless digital camera with a textured grip and no lens attached. The camera body features dials, buttons, and a viewfinder at the top. The Fujifilm logo and model name are prominently displayed on the front.

The New Fujifilm X-T50 is More Than a (Very) Pretty Face

The Fujifilm X-T50 combines the classic camera styling of the wildly popular X100VI with the flexibility of an interchangeable lens X Series camera. It is designed for burgeoning photographers who prioritize style over top-of-the-line performance. However, make no mistake: the X-T50 is much more than a baby X-T5.

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Four Sony Alpha Cameras Get Huge Firmware Updates and C2PA Tools

Back when Sony announced its groundbreaking a9 III camera in November, the company also revealed that the Sony a1 released in early 2021 and the a7S III launched in mid-2020 would receive a significant firmware update "next spring." Spring has sprung, and the rumored firmware update, plus quite a bit more, has arrived.

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Fujifilm Teases New XF Kit Lens and Upcoming X Series Firmware Updates

Fujifilm made a splash at its X Summit event in Tokyo today. Beyond announcing the highly anticipated X100VI camera, which is nearly everything we wanted from a new X100 camera, Fujifilm added a few interesting tidbits to the end of its keynote speech, including teasing a new XF lens and announcing exciting firmware coming to older cameras.

How Sigma Could Make the fp Great

I have always admired Sigma. It wasn’t regarded in the same league as it is today for its lenses until the Art series came out, but Sigma’s digital cameras have always been singular in design and purpose. The family-owned company has never been afraid to try something new, and honestly, that’s something we need to see a lot more of in the photography world.

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Adobe Hikes Creative Cloud Prices as it Rakes in Record Revenue

This week, Adobe announced the public release of Adobe Firefly, the company's generative artificial intelligence platform, and updates to Premiere Pro. Adobe has also announced a price hike for Creative Cloud subscription plans and record revenue for its third fiscal quarter this year.

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Adobe Premiere Pro Uses AI to Enhance Speech

As IBC 2023 kicks off in Europe, Adobe has unveiled improvements to its flagship video editing software, Premiere Pro. Adobe has also revealed key improvements to Frame.io, the company's cloud-based workflow platform.

Best Compact Cameras in 2024

The compact camera, also known colloquially as the point-and-shoot camera, has been a staple of the photography world for over a century. Perhaps the first mass-market compact camera was introduced in 1900 by Eastman Kodak, costing a mere one dollar (about $36 today).

Software Subscriptions: Spreading the Cost or Gouging the Customer?

Why pay for something outright when you can borrow it? Renting is an obvious solution - particularly when the item is potentially very expensive - to be able to use something you can't afford. Someone else makes the outright purchase and you pay them a small fee to have exclusive use.

The Best Way to Access Camera Raw Photos on Your Smartphone

It seems like a small request to a simple need... you shoot an event using your main standalone camera and want to upload a few choice shots to social media or send to a client to give them something to post straightaway. Or - as I've done - undertake some quick processing on your phone before sending it to an Instax printer and giving your customer an instant print.

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Camera-to-Cloud RAW is the Start of the Computational Revolution

Adobe recently announced new Camera to Cloud integrations, following its recent acquisition of Frame.io. The Fuji X-H2S will become the first stills camera to natively shoot "to the cloud". This might seem like a niche feature, however look beyond the headlines and this could be a generational step change. Not only because of the ability save to the cloud (like Google Photos) but because of what this then enables.