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Nikon D850 Price Cut by $500, Now Cheaper than Its Ever Been

If you're in the market for a full-frame DSLR, listen up, because one of the best cameras on the market is now cheaper than ever. The Nikon D850—once dubbed "the pinnacle of DSLR technology" by DPReview—just received a $500 price cut, making it more affordable than it's ever been since it was released in 2017.

Zeiss’ ZX1 Android-Powered Camera Costs $6,000

Announced nearly two years ago, Zeiss' compact Android-powered fixed-lens camera finally has a price: $6,000. While this is likely more than most thought Zeiss would ask for the camera, Zeiss seems to be banking on the value of an all-in-one experience.

The Canon EOS R5 Will Cost ‘Under $4,000’: Report

One of the last bits of information that Canon has withheld about the thrice-teased EOS R5 is the price. Will it cost upwards of six grand, like this (likely unreliable) rumor claimed, or will it come in closer to the price of the 5D Mark IV at launch ($3,500). Fortunately, it will be the latter.

This is Why the Cheapest Photographer Doesn’t Always Get the Job

Photographer Heather Lahtinen of the Flourish Academy recently took on one of the most common complaints among working photographers: that cheap photogs are "saturating" the market and stealing all the jobs by undercutting better photographers on price. Lahtinen says this is "the biggest load of crap" she's ever heard.

Wedding Photography Pricing Myths Exposed

Wedding photographer Taylor Jackson recently took on what he's calling "wedding photography pricing myths." In a 30-minute video, Jackson tackles some of the most common tips, advice, and outright myths that he found online, setting the record straight for beginners who want to get into this business.

5 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Vintage Lenses

Photographer and YouTuber Mark Holtze thinks that you (and everyone else) should give vintage lenses a try. And in the video above, he lays out his top 5 reasons why you should try vintage glass in 2020.

The Price of a Flickr Pro Subscription is Going Up Starting Today

Flickr just sent an email to all of its members announcing that—as mentioned in CEO Don MacAskill's recent open letter—the price of Flickr Pro is officially going up. The price hike will help Flickr's parent company SmugMug keep the photo sharing platform alive as they continue to improve the service and (hopefully) add more paying members.

Sigma fp Price and Availability Leaked, Will Cost $1,900

The world's smallest full-frame mirrorless camera, the Sigma fp, was announced way back in July with pricing info and release date TBD. But if the latest leaks—and a mistake by Sigma itself—are to be trusted, it seems we now have both of these pieces of information.

Want a Fully Loaded iMac Pro? That’ll Be $13,199, Please

When Apple's new iMac Pro arrived on the scene yesterday, there was one crazy detail that jumped out at a lot of people: if you choose to include all the optional upgrades, the computer will cost a staggering $13,199. Here's a closer look at how you get to that price.

How to Deal with Friends Requesting Discounts on Your Photography

Photographers often receive requests for free images and services, and messages from friends asking for your services at extremely discounted rates are not much better. Here's a helpful 3-minute video by Josh Enobakhare of Olufemii Tutorials in which he shares a number of ways that you can avoid needing to give that awkward "no."

Sigma 135mm f/1.8 ART Available for Pre-Order, Ships in May for $1,400

Start saving up now, because the brightest and baddest new 135mm lens on the market has a price and a release date. Sigma is still keeping price and availability a secret for their 24-70mm 14mm ART lenses, but they've officially announced that the 135mm f/1.8 will debut in May for $1,400.