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Sigma fp L Unveiled: Tiny Size, Full Frame 61MP Sensor, Hybrid AF

Sigma has announced the fp L, a 61-megapixel, L-mount, full-frame camera that the company claims is the "world's smallest and lightest single lens mirrorless camera." It shares the same dimensions as the original Sigma fp, but makes notable upgrades to resolution and performance that combine to make it far more appealing.

DJI FPV Review: A Racing Drone for the Non-Racing Pilot

When I first heard DJI was bringing the FPV drone to market, I was excited but also a bit skeptical. Even though DJI's history in the consumer drone market is second to none, the company's offerings to the FPV market are a bit of a mixed bag coming from the perspective of a pilot from the racing and freestyle scene.

Sony Alpha 1 Review: Yeah, It Really Is That Good

The Sony Alpha 1 is really impressive on paper. What it can do has taken the industry by storm and the expectations of this camera are just as high as its $6,500 price. Clearly, it has been the focus of a lot of hype. So, does it live up to those expectations?

Can You Even See the Difference Between 1080 and 8K?

YouTuber Matti Haapoja decided to put himself, and his viewers, to the test: can you tell the difference between shots taken in 1080p and those taken in 8K from the Canon EOS R5? He edited several clips back to back in a mix of 1080p and 8K to see if the average person watching on YouTube can tell which is which.

Dell’s New $5,000 Monitor for Creatives Can Color Calibrate Itself

Dell has announced the UltraSharp 32 HDR PremierColor Monitor, a $5,000 4K monitor designed for photographers and videographers that promises professional levels of color accuracy combined with excellent contrast. The monitor includes a host of inputs from HDMI to Thunderbolt 3 and has a built-in Calman-powered colorimeter.

ASUS’ New 1600-nit 4K ProArt Display Challenges Apple’s Pro Display XDR

Apple made a big splash with their Pro Display XDR, promising unmatched performance for creative professionals, but "unmatched" might no longer apply. ASUS just unveiled a new lineup of ProArt Displays at IFA 2019, including a beastly 32-inch, 1600-nit 4K HDR display that promises to go step-for-step with Apple.

The New DisplayPort 2.0 Standard Can Run Three 10K or One 16K Monitor

VESA has announced the first major update to the DisplayPort Audio/Video standard since 2016, and it's a doozy. DisplayPort 2.0 triples the bandwidth of the standard to a mind-blowing 77.37Gbps, which will allow support for up one 16K signal at 60Hz, two 8K signals at 120Hz, or three 10K signals at 60Hz, all at 30 bits per pixel.