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Photokina 2016: Nikon goes pro with its second 4K action camera Read more Technology News Here --> http://digitaltechnologynews.com Nikon made its debut in the action camera world with the KeyMission 360 and now the Japanese camera company is doubling down with a direct GoPro competitor and life blogging camera. Meet the KeyMission 170 and as the name might suggest this action camera captures a 170-degree angle of view with an ultra-wide 2.4mm f/2.8 lens and 8MP 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor…

Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer - and often the supreme disappointment. Ansel Adams I used this quote not necessarily because I agree with Adams but that it fits this image. I'm actually not a fan. My personal experience is that Photojournalism is the most challenging genre of photography.

Motorola launched a new smart phone in mid-range category with features of a high-end smart phone. Motorola has just launched the new smart phone, named it as Moto X Play. The new smart phone falls under mid-budget smart phones category, but featuring flagship devices. Motorola has a tradition to launch new models with eye catching looks and also heavily loaded chips under the hood, but a poor camera.

In some senses, a waterfall is the planet at its most rudimentary. Even the grandest of cascades is, after all, a simple case of physics – the raw effect of gravity on one of the most intrinsic elements of life in our world, no more remarkable than a summer raindrop, the first splatters of drizzle on a car windscreen, or a persistently leaky roof. And yet to reduce these roaring “landmarks” to examples of cause and effect is to ignore their majesty. The waterfall has always captured the…

Harold Edgerton, Milk Drop Coronet "Intrigued by what he could not see, Harold Edgerton made it his life's mission to analyze motion and extend our perception of time. He was an inventor as well as an MIT professor who was credited for taking the stroboscope from the lab to the forefront of our creative consciousness. Combining the stroboscopic process with the camera’s flash, Edgerton was able to photograph an entire range of movement that previously could not be seen by the naked eye."

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