Lomography’s latest addition to its Lomography Art Lens Family is for photographers and videographers who want to get close up to their subject while not sacrificing what’s around them.
Did you shutterbugs out there asked to turn your mirrorless camera into a microscope? No? Good. Here’s a new kind of lens that will kind of turn your mirrorless camera into a microscope.
Never mind which phone tops the DxOMark Mobile chart because, there’s no denying that iPhone 11 is among the best in imaging. Having said that, if you are a photographer or filmmaker that uses an iPhone to shoot, then SANDMARC Motion Variable ND Filter for iPhone is here to up your game.
Optics maker SANDMARC has updates its lenses and filters for the latest iPhones, i.e. iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The new SANDMARC lenses for iPhone 11 include an anamorphic lens, a telephoto lens, a macro lens and a fisheye lens. Plus a few filters to go with the optics too.
If you are a filmmaker or a photographer, you may be interested to know about the new SANDMARC Hybrid Filters for DLSR & Mirrorless Cameras. It’s a two-in-one filter that combines ND (neutral density) and Polarizer into one neat package.
Kodak, a brand best known for its film in its heyday, is today, maker of almost anything photography-related including mobile photography. The company has announced a new line of Kodak Smartphone Photography Accessories by its authorized brand licensee, Eye Caramba, at IFA in Berlin, Germany.
Here’s a new filter from SANDMARC that no serious iPhonegrapher should ignore. Dubbed SANDMARC Hybrid Filters for iPhone Photography, this nifty mobile imaging accessory combines two photography filters: a polarizer and a neutral density filter.
Notwithstanding iPhones not making the top of the chart on the DxOMark, you have to agree the results speak for themselves. I mean, iPhones do take pretty snazzy images and videos. The fact that some journalists are using it as their main shooter at events and launches as opposed to clunky DSLR is a testimony …
This is a fisheye lens built by founder of Lensrentals, Roger Cicala. It is not just any fisheye lens. It is a hyper fisheye lens. Why hyper? Because it is so freaking wide that it can see behind itself. Well, that kind of make it a 360 camera, doesn’t it? That said, can you still …
Camera lenses are made of glass, or in the case of some low-fi imaging devices, plastic. Whether it is of glass or plastic, they both have one thing in common: a clear, transparent material that allows light to be focused. We didn’t think other than those materials, there are anything else that could do the …