iPhones are incredible devices and these days the quality of the small camera challenges many dedicated camera systems. Now the Olloclip Filmer’s Kit looks set to further enhance the iPhone with a set of dedicated optical lenses.Read More
As much as we may say that it's not about the gear, let's face it: cameras are at the heart of photography. The camera you use DOES matter to a certain extent, as different makes and models offer varying features that can be advantageous for your genre of photography.
At Camera Jabber we cover cameras in a sensible way. We will bring you news of the latest cameras on the market and explain the technology within them and how it can benefit your photography. We will also provide you with hands-on reviews the moment they are announced and follow them up with in-depth reviews of post-production models once they become available to us.
And to help you decide what camera to buy, you will also find comparisons of these latest cameras against their predecessors and rivals in the market, as well as extensive buying guides showing you the many options available within a particular price range, skill level, sensor size, body size and even those with features that lend themselves well to a particular genre of photography.
Rylo, the 360 camera developed by former Apple engineers, has received a new 180-degree mode, Bluetooth remote capture and motion blur timelapse shooting in a major new firmware update.Read More
GoPro has launched a trade-in scheme promising up to $100 off your purchase of a GoPro Fusion or Hero6 Black camera when you hand over any digital camera in any condition.Read More
Sony has released a firmware update for the newly announced A7 III, which resolves a ‘blinking pixels’ issue reported by some users.Read More
More than half of the images that received commendations in the World Press Photo Awards 2018 competition were shot with Nikon cameras, led by the Nikon D5 and D810.Read More
Sony has quietly launched the Xperia XZ2 Premium smartphone, which boasts a dual camera setup that can record still images at up to ISO 51,200 and record video at up to ISO 12,800.Read More
It looks like the replacement to the Sony A7S II might not be too far away so we’ve given some thought to what we’d like to see with the Sony A7S Mark III.Read More
Fujifilm has announced a new firmware update for the medium format GFX 50S that adds compatibility for the new Fujinon GF250mmF4 R LM OIS WR lens announced today, along with flicker reduction and a number of other usability improvements.Read More
Our testing of Canon’s latest mirrorless camera (complete with a viewfinder built-in) is now underway and we’ve updated our hands-on review with some sample images from a full-production sample camera.Read More
Fujifilm has announced a series of firmware updates spanning most of the cameras within its X Series range, including the X-H1, X-T2, X-Pro2, X-E3 and X100F.Read More
GoPro has released a firmware update to its Fusion 360 camera that makes a number of performance and usability improvements, including issues with timelapse mode, ISO and file management.Read More
Fujifilm is planning to release a slew of firmware updates in May for its medium format GFX 50S, along with the X-T2, X-H1, X-Pro2 and X-E3.Read More
Retailers are now shipping the Sony A7 III, but the HVL-F60RM flashgun release date will be delayed until May 25, according to Sony.Read More