Introducing Kodak Ektra: Kodak’s Professional-Quality, Photography-First Smartphone

kodak-ektraThe Kodak Ektra is a 35mm rangefinder camera released by Kodak back in 1941. It was a small, portable body that made it that much easier for 1940’s shooters to take photos wherever they went. Kodak has taken this incredible design, and made a camera for photographers on the go in 2017—and it’s got a phone attached. The priority put on those elements makes the Kodak Ektra a unique device these days. It’s a camera, that’s designed to function as a phone as well. It’s pretty easy to understand why Kodak would want to jump into this market. The 35mm Rangefinder cameras that they manufactured back in the day (cameras like the original Ektra) were made to allow shooters to take their photography on the road. This new Ektra is the ultimate expression of that. A quality camera that you always have in your pocket, ready to go at a
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Edelkrone Wing now comes in 3 sizes

The world’s most compact solution when it comes to moving a camera like a slider does, the edelkrone Wing, has new versions, adapted for smartphones and  professional cinema cameras up to 15lb (7kg). Presented as the key for a new age in cinematic motion, the edelkrone Wing, launched in August, offers users a perfect straight The post Edelkrone Wing now comes in 3 sizes appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

35mm f1.2, Western Digital SSD, Kodak Ektra, Entaniya fisheye and More on DSLR FILM NOOB Podcast

DSLR Film Noob Podcast featured imageVia Deejay Scharton @DSLR Film Noob:
Mitch from joins me to discuss the Rokinon 35mm f1.2 APS-C lens, Western digital Blue SSD, Kodak Ektra,Entaniya fisheye and more. You can find the show notes here. You can find the show on itunes here & Soundcloud. You can also leave questions on reddit at r/dslr.

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35mm f1.2, WD SSD, Kodak Ektra, Entaniya fisheye, and more. DSLR FILM NOOB Podcast Ep 124

Rokinon – 7:50
Hero 5 not on amazon – 13:30
Western Digital SSD – 18:10
G85, A6300, and A6500 headphone monitoring option – 23:20
New Kodak camera/smartphone – 30:00
Entaniya Fisheye 250 MFT – 38:45
Pentax K1000 – 44:00 Audio only if you prefer :) Listen on Soundcloud Check out this podcast at DSLR Film Noob. (cover photo credit: snap from the video)

Google Pixel XL added to mobile studio test scene comparison

Google's Pixel and Pixel XL have garnered plenty of interest for their imaging capabilities since they were launched in the beginning of October. They each offer a 12.3MP camera with 1.55µm sized pixels and an F2.0 lens, utilizing gyroscope-based stabilization for video recording. We got our hands on a Pixel XL review unit, and while we wait for the clouds to part outside for some real-world samples, we put it in front of our studio test scene. Take a look below at its JPEG and Raw performance in daylight and low light.
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