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Vietnamese shop crafts brilliant wooden camera models with interchangeable lenses

, 06 2021 . 18:17 () +

The Wooden Model Design store in Vietnam has crafted a beautiful wooden Olympus camera. Better yet, the camera accepts wooden interchangeable lenses.

The camera is a wooden replica of the Olympus OM-1 film camera, complete with operational dials and levers. It features intricate detail, and accents and logos appear to be applied using wood-burning techniques. The included detachable lens is a Zuiko 50mm F1.8. The total cost for the package worked out to around $35 USD.



The Wooden Model Design store has crafted many other wooden cameras, including a Sony A1 and FE 35mm F1.4 GM lens for a customer in the US, which you can see below. The A1 cost around $70 USD after currency conversion, which seems like a very fair price for a hand-crafted item like this.

A Sony A1 wooden model with an FE 35mm F1.4 GM lens. Click to enlarge and appreciate the fine detail in the model. Credit: The Wooden Model Design

The shop has also crafted a wooden Nikon F model, a vintage Argus C3 camera, an old Hasselblad 500C/M medium format camera and even a Sony FS7 Mark II cinema camera. Beyond photography items, the shop has built model cars and motorcycles, plus more. Head over to the Wooden Model Design Facebook page for more information and to see more photos of the fantastic models.

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DPReview TV's Best and Worst Gear Of 2021 (In pictures!)

, 06 2021 . 18:00 () +

It's that time again!

The time has once again come to select the best and worst of all the gear Chris and I have looked at this year while shooting DPReview TV. Due to circumstances involving a Spelling Bee and a bunch of Moscow Mules, we may not have been as eloquent as usual in our video, so here we will use carefully chosen words to let you know why we think these products deserve the respective honors and shame.

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Best M4/3 Lens Runner Up - Panasonic/Leica 25-50mm F1.7

Most of the time when Im using a Micro 4/3 camera, the Panasonic/Leica 10-25mm F1.7 is attached. I love the image quality, video functionality and handling of that lens, but I often find myself wishing for a longer focal length.

Panasonic clearly heard my cries, and responded with this sister lens for the 10-25mm, sharing the same great ergonomics and capabilities, but now covering a normal to short-telephoto focal range. This is ideal for portraiture and head-and-shoulders interviews, and the constant aperture means you never have to worry about changing exposure when re-framing a shot.

You certainly pay a premium for the video functionality which may scare photographers away, but hybrid shooters will be able to tackle nearly any project with the 10-25mm & 25-50mm combination. That makes this lens worthy of being our runner up.

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Best M43 Lens - Olympus 8-25mm F4 Pro

One recent trend Ive really been loving is ultra-wide zoom lenses that extend into 'normal' focal lengths. This makes, for instance, both the Pana/Leica 10-25mm F1.7 (20-50mm equiv.) and full-frame Panasonic 20-60mm F3.5-5.6 L-Mount lenses extremely flexible for travel. With one of the final Olympus-branded lens designs (subsequent lenses are to be known as OM System), we now have a lens that goes even wider, yet still reaches 50mm equivalent at the long end.

While very small and light, the 8-25mm F4 Pro still manages to include weather sealing, a fast focus motor and a favorite feature of mine, a manual focus clutch. Image quality is still very consistent, with even sharpness across the frame and minimal aberrations. We didnt love the look of out-of-focus specular highlights, but that was our only complaint. Breathing is well controlled, so this would be a great video lens as well, especially on a gimbal.

When going on a short hike or even out with the family, this lens keeps finding its way into my bag and I can offer no higher praise for a lens than that. This will be remembered as one of the last lenses to be stamped with the Olympus brand, and its a hell of a great note to end on.

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Best APS-C Lens Runner Up - Fujifilm 33mm F1.4 LM WR

There is no discussing APS-C lenses without mentioning Fujifilm. Every year we praise Fujifilm for having an extensive line of excellent APS-C lenses, and this year in particular, for bringing out some new versions of old favorites. Both the new XF 23mm 1.4 and XF 18mm 1.4 (the older XF 18mm was an F2 lens) performed well, and outperformed the

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Drone technique: How to shoot 4K hyperlapse video on the DJI Air 2S

, 06 2021 . 17:00 () +


A hyperlapse sequence was captured using the DJI Air 2S in Course Lock mode (discussed below).
Video by Kara Murphy

One of the many valuable features of the DJI Air 2S is its ability to capture 4K hyperlapse videos. For those unfamiliar with the term, a hyperlapse is essentially a time-lapse sequence with the added element of motion which is achieved by moving the camera slightly between each frame.

The Air 2S has some features that make it particularly useful for shooting a hyperlapse: it can capture photos with exposure times up to eight seconds, which is ideal for low-light conditions, and the interval between shots can be as low as two seconds, allowing for smooth hyperlapse sequences.

However, shooting a hyperlapse clip requires more effort than simply taking off and hitting the record button. In this article, we'll walk you through the process of planning your first hyperlapse sequence, as well as the four different modes DJI provides for shooting hyperlapses with the Air 2S.

It's all about the timing

The first thing you'll need to consider is how long you want your hyperlapse sequence to last. Each photo in the sequence represents one frame of video. Depending on the mode you select, the number of waypoints you designate, and the interval between shots, it can take anywhere from a few minutes to a half-hour to record one hyperlapse. For example, if you want to record a ten-second sequence, and you plan to play the clip back at 30p, your drone will need to capture a total of 300 photos in the sequence.

Next, consider the time interval between each photo. A short interval, such as two seconds between shots, will generally result in a smoother sequence than a longer interval, such as six seconds. So, our hypothetical ten-second hyperlapse would take ten minutes to capture using a two-second interval but 30 minutes using a six-second interval.

Keep in mind that it's always easier to speed up your hyperlapse after it's been shot than to slow it down

So why wouldn't you initially select the shorter interval? It depends on what you're shooting. If your goal is to move the drone slowly down a beach while capturing a sunset over the course of 20 or 30 minutes, a longer interval might make sense. If you're not sure, keep in mind that it's always easier to speed up your hyperlapse after it's been shot than to slow it down.

It's important to consider battery life in your planning as well. The Air 2S has a maximum flight time of 30 minutes. By using a short interval between photos, you may be able to shoot two or three hyperlapse sequences on a single battery. If you choose a longer interval, it may limit you to a single hyperlapse sequence before it's time to land.

Planning your shot

Location

It's helpful to pre-visualize what the final sequence will look like. Moving elements can make a hyperlapse video clip more dynamic. Boats, cars, waves, clouds and people moving about will add depth to an otherwise ordinary scene. Mountains and city skylines make for an interesting backdrop.

Wherever you shoot, always remember to abide by your country's respective drone laws. For example, in the United States, flying in restricted airspace or directly above moving vehicles or people is prohibited unless you have acquired the proper waiver beforehand.

Fifth Third Ballpark, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is the perfect location to shoot a Circle hyperlapse. The field is an interesting subject to track; numerous cars are driving along the freeway behind it, there's a bit of city skyline in the upper-left-hand corner, and, on this particular day, there were clouds for dramatic effect.

Weather and timing

One challenge you may encounter when shooting hyperlapse videos is that weather factors, such as wind, can impact the quality of the results. Because hundreds of images are combined to make one video, the drone's exact position is crucial. If a gust of wind knocks your drone slightly off its course, you'll end up with choppy footage. When testing hyperlapse on the Air 2S, it captured higher-quality hyperlapse clips only when there was a moderate breeze at best.

Keep in mind that winds are often much lighter around dawn and dusk. Most photographers refer to

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Review: Great Joy's new 60mm T2.9 1.33x anamorphic lens, 1.35x adapter offer squeezed shots on a budget

, 05 2021 . 18:00 () +

Weve seen numerous lower-cost anamorphic lenses come to market over the past few years. Sirui has been behind many of these budget-friendly anamorphic lenses, including four focal lengths designed for APS-C and MFT cameras, and more recently a 50mm for full-frame. While Surui's lineup has been a welcomed addition to the filmmaking world, there are those who've complained the 1.33x squeeze of these lower-cost lenses doesn't offer enough of a dramatic anamorphic effect. Enter Great Joy, with its new 60mm T2.9 1.33x anamorphic lens and 1.35x adapter.

The lens is designed for full-frame sensors and on its own produces a 1.33x squeeze. To satisfy those wanting more squeeze, Great Joy has also developed an optional adapter that multiplies the built-in squeeze by 1.35x to give us a much more anamorphic 1.8x (well, 1.7955x) effect.

This new pair is exciting because we dont usually get 1.8x anamorphic lenses on a budgetand certainly not for full-frame sensors. The next lowest-cost 1.8x anamorphic for full-frame cameras comes from Vazen, and will cost you $8000. This Great Joy lens and adapter combination costs just $1,600: $999 for the lens and $599 for the adapterthough the two cost $1249 on the company's Indiegogo campaign page. Shipping begins next month, so the lenses are already in mass production.

The lens

We dont often come across 60mm lenses, so this Great Joy lens stands out from the field. Of course, with its 1.33x anamorphic factor, the lens gathers light from the same horizontal angle of view wed expect from a 45mm lens.

The lens has a metal barrel with a smooth semi-gloss black finish and engraved markings filled with white paint indicate distance and apertures. The aperture markings are visible from either side of the lens, but focus information is displayed only on the left side of the barrel. The focus and aperture rings feature built-in metal gears for follow-focus equipment.

Inside, we find 13 elements in 10 groups, including four cylindrical elements that make up the anamorphic group to distort the image. Other features include an eleven-blade iris, a minimum focusing distance of 70cm (27.5") and a focus throw of 196. The minimum aperture is T16, and remarkably we get evenly spaced markings in third-stop increments right through to the maximum T2.9 position. Low-cost lenses often compress the space between the extreme aperture settings, so Great Joy's attention to detail here is a welcome change.

When you look through the glass cover at the front of the lens youll see the usual oblong-looking baffle, and the oval shaped opening created by the anamorphic groups position at the front of the lens construction. Placing the anamorphic group at the front and forward of the iris gives us a better chance of achieving some flare (we see you Michael Bay) and those much-loved oval bokeh.

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