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B&H informed customers this week that it recently sold a batch of “subpar” Nikon batteries and is now sending out free replacements. Nikon is now confirmed that the “subpar” batteries were counterfeit and is advising photographers on how to check their own batteries. “It has come to our attention that we unfortunately received a subpar
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Fujifilm made a splash in the camera industry today by unveiling the GFX100, the world’s first 102-megapixel mirrorless camera. And here’s what’s crazy: Fujifilm managed to stuff a medium format sensor into a camera body that’s the same size as Canon’s and Nikon’s flagship DSLRs. The Fujifilm GFX100‘s 102-megapixel image sensor measures 55mm diagonally, and
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Sacramento, California-based amateur astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy is a master of shooting amazing space photos from his own backyard, and he’s back again with this beautiful high-res photo of the moon created by combining 250,000 individual shots. McCarthy uses a similar process for most of his work: he uses a $250 ZWO ASI224MC astro camera for
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National Geographic recently published a series of gorgeous photos by photographer Beth Moon that shows some of the world’s oldest trees under the stars. But one photo, in particular, is now raising eyebrows after sharp-eyed readers noticed something strange about it. The article, titled “See the world’s oldest trees by starlight,” was published on April
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A team of five French amateur astrophotographers has captured a gorgeous 204-megapixel, 1,060-hour photo of the Large Magellanic Cloud. The Lowell Observatory reports that the team, which goes by the name “Ciel Austral” (which translates to “Southern Sky”), captured thousands of photos between July 2017 and February 2019 and stitched them together to create this
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