Jeremy Gray

News Editor

Jeremy Gray is an award-winning landscape and nature photographer. Over the last decade, he has written extensively for many of the leading online publications in the photography industry. He has a passion for writing in-depth camera and lens reviews, educational content, and discussing the latest news from the photography world.

Articles by Jeremy Gray

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Venerable Game Boy Camera Reborn As a Fun Lo-Fi Webcam

Of all the low-resolution digital cameras from the 1990s, none has had the lasting cultural impact of the monochromatic, 0.014-megapixel Nintendo Game Boy Camera. Romanian video game technology company, Epilogue, has turned the Game Boy Camera into a webcam, offering nostalgia-infused fun for teleconferences.

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Does Fujifilm Produce Too Few Cameras on Purpose?

In early May, Fujifilm released its latest financial results, which PetaPixel covered at the time. However, while an addendum Q&A segment didn't warrant focus then, it has gotten considerable attention online in the last few days.

A Nikon camera with a large lens is displayed against a glittering gold background. The camera has a prominent Nikon logo and a Z series mark, indicating it is part of Nikon's Z series lineup. The lens reads "NIKKOR 24-70mm.

The Nikon Z6 III’s Peak Dynamic Range Lags Far Behind its Predecessor’s

The Nikon Z6 III is an incredible camera with some novel features and pro-level performance. Among these new features is a "partially stacked" image sensor, which Nikon describes as the first of its kind. Early lab testing suggests that while this sensor may offer many benefits, it also incurs a dynamic range cost compared to the Z6 II.

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Meta’s New Text-to-3D Generator Creates 3D Models in Under a Minute

While Meta deals with artificial intelligence in the form of its constantly-changing content tagging system, the company's research wing is hard at work on novel generative AI technology, including a new Meta 3D Gen platform that delivers text-to-3D asset generation with high-quality geometry and texture.

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How Apple is Changing the Ways You Find and Enjoy Your Photos

At Apple's annual WWDC event in early June, the company announced that a redesigned Photos app was on the way, complete with AI-powered photo editing thanks to Apple's ambitious new Apple Intelligence platform. PetaPixel spoke to three of the many people behind the all-new Photos app to learn more about the team's goals and how the new app will transform the user experience.