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It’s Official, the Df is Nikon’s Latest Full Frame DSLR

The Nikon Df is finally official, after a full day of leaked information and a the past week with information basically already out there. That said, it’s all technically speculation until the official release happens. Nikon has finally pulled the curtain back and revealed their latest full frame DSLR. [more]

Amazon Goofs, Prematurely Publishes Nikon DF Product Page, Pricing

I’m not used to so many leaks/mistakes the day of a release, but it looks like someone at Amazon got a little trigger happy. Though the page is no longer active, we screen captured the entire upcoming product release for the hotly anticipated Nikon DF, including price, sensor size, and all the rest of the nitty gritty. [more]

Iconic Photographer Deborah Turbeville Dies at 81

The photography world lost one of its legends on Thursday with the death of fashion photographer Deborah Turbeville. She was 81. Turbeville lived in Manhattan, until her death, which resulted from her battle with lung cancer. Known as the “anti-Hemlut Newton,” Deborah Turbeville’s sense of femininity, combined with her penchant for darkness, made her one of the influential greats. [more]

The “Nikon DF” Pure Photography: Watch All Five Promo Videos

November 5: will the day live in glory or infamy? We’re going to find out, as that looks to be the day Nikon will release their new retro compact full frame. Rumors are everywhere, so we’ll just try and stick to what we know. There are five videos, giving you five chances to sneak a peak at this new camera. [more]

Hasselblad Announces Three New “Stellar” Models Priced at $3,175

Well, I guess Hasselblad is continuing on their path of form-over-function despite critics and general malaise from actual photographers the world over, adding more to their previously announced Stellar line. “The latest Stellar models offer photographers the choice of three new camera body colurs: black, white and orange – and ship with bespoke camera cases in black or white leather with signature stitching and shoulder and wrist straps.” [more]

Pixelstick – Light Painting Evolved

BitBanger Labs out of Brooklyn, NY has launched a Kickstarter project that is quite the game changer for photographers who enjoy light painting. With the new Pixelstick you can “add photoreal images, abstract designs, and animation to your long exposure photos and timelapses.” [more]

Lost Signed Copy of Gregory Heisler’s 50 Portraits

Two nights ago we threw another successful Fstoppers party in NYC for the wrap up of Photo Plus. After hauling out all the remaining booze, breaking down the “Terry Richardson Photobooth,” and sweeping up a million glow sticks, we saw a heavy bag full of goodies. What we found was a brand new copy of Gregory Heisler’s 50 Portraits….and it was signed by the man himself! [more]

Empowering Children Through Photography

100cameras.org has to be one of the coolest photography related projects I’ve seen. The children in this program live in poverty but are given the opportunity to help improve their communities by sharing their stories through photography. Their photos help us understand the difficult conditions more than 1 billion children live in, world wide. The photos are for sale online and 100% of the proceeds go back to that child’s community. You can check out some of their work on Instagram and if you [more]

Day Three of Photo Plus Expo in New York City

This weekend, Fstoppers has been at PhotoPlus Expo in New York City to give an inside look at all the new products being announced to the photography community. Yesterday, we showed off new products from Samsung, Spider Holster and more, and the day before we showed off the impressive DEFY gimbal system and others. Today, we were able to look into Sigma, Canon and Nikon’s new product lines. [more]

One Of The World’s Greatest Photo Myths…Busted?

You don’t have to be into photojournalism or documentary photography to know that Robert Capa was one of the seminal names in 20th century photography. The last few years however, have seen various accusations surface that his iconic photo “Falling Soldier” – apparently showing the moment of death of a Spanish solider – was set up. This week new evidence came to light that might once and for all confirm the true story behind one of the most debated images of all time.

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Fstoppers Party In NYC Tonight!

The last day of PDN’s PhotoPlus is coming to an end tonight and what better way to celebrate than doing it with the best of the best in the industry. Because we just can’t get enough of Peter Hurley, we’re teaming up with him again to make this year’s party EVEN better than last year. The party will kick off at 8pm until MIDNIGHT at the Highline lofts located at 508 W. 26 St. on the 5th Floor. We’ll be charging a $20 cover but that will include all the food and alcohol you can consume. [more]

Can’t Make it to PhotoPlus? Catch Sigma’s Live Stream from the Show

If you couldn’t make it to the Photo Plus Expo in New York (PPE) which kicks off today, you don’t have to miss out on everything. Not only will our own Zach Sutton be reporting from the show floor, but Sigma is providing a live stream from their booth that they are calling “Sigma Safari,” featuring hands-on shooting experiences starring professional models transformed into safari animals. [more]

Pricing and Availability Released for Sigma’s Upcoming 24-105mm f/4

Tonight from the PhotoPlus Expo, Sigma has announced the pricing and availability of its new 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM Art lens. It will be on shelves next month, starting with Canon mounts, for the MSRP of $899. That’s quite a bit less than the Canon equivalent that, for many, leaves a lot to be desired. If Sigma’s past lenses have been any indication of quality, we can expect it to be worth it. [more]

Is Nikon Teasing a New Full Frame Compact in this Video?

Nikon put out a video that seems to be teasing something huge for the company… the retro full frame compact that has been hitting the rumor mill pretty heavily in the past week. That said, this video from Nikon seems to be pointing to the rumors being more fact than fiction. This camera looks like it’s coming, and soon. [more]

BorrowLenses Acquired by Shutterfly

This was unexpected: the popular retailer and manufacture of digital and physical imagery products, Shutterfly, has aquired BorrowLenses, one of the top online gear rental outlets in the country. As part of the deal, BorrowLenses’s Founders Max Shevyakov and Mark Gurevich, will join Shutterfly Inc. Aside from vesting stock information for the two founders (and even then, that information includes no explicit dollar amount), no monetary value of the exchange has been released. [more]

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