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Smart Photography

November 2019

India's leading photography magazine, Smart Photography brings you the latest updates in the world of photography every month. The magazine has a rich readership that include both amateur and professional photographers and the ever-growing community of photography enthusiasts. To cater to such broad readership, Smart Photography leverages on original content in the form of news, equipment reviews, tutorials, Photoshop techniques, interviews of photographers, technical features, and portfolio of photographers.

Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Next Gen Publishing Limited
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6 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome

In our daily rigmarole, we sometimes slip up and forget important events. One such event was the completion of 100 years by Olympus. Although Olympus is currently not in India, there is no way anyone can forget its contribution to photography, starting with the PEN series, the OM-1 and its successors, the formidable OM-4, the X-A, the Mju series and finally, the OM-D range. Olympus has always been known for innovation, and its name in many ways is synonymous with miniaturisation. Let’s not forget that Olympus also co-invented mirrorless cameras. So, well done Olympus and hope to see you back in India shortly.…

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here’s what makes us #1

WE ARE GLUED TO THE GLOBAL IMAGING INDUSTRY Our team is updated with all the benchmarks and road blocks that the field of photography and imaging across the globe experiences. This helps us record the changes in the global perspective, thus making us the first to predict which products will be a rage in the Indian markets. WE’RE IMPARTIAL Loyalty towards our readers is a given, and their best interests are always on our mind. Every verdict is honest and not influenced by advertisers or personal favourites. So when we say a product is a ‘BEST BUY’, then, it is just that! OUR TESTS ARE CONDUCTED BY EXPERTS All equipment go through a series of tests at the hands of our experts. Our reviewers are experts in the field of photography across the country and…

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mailbag

Write to us at: Smart Photography, Next Gen Publishing Pvt. Ltd., 105-106, Trade World, B-Wing, 1st Floor, Kamala Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel (W), Mumbai - 400 013 E-mail: sp@nextgenpublishing.net Hill Station Escapades Dear Editor, Mr. Mehta’s article, “Don’t Be a Procrastinator” along with Matheran images just gave me a wonderful feeling. Even in my few visits to this amazing hill station I enjoyed the most when it was under a fog and morning mist. The sudden presence and momentary disappearance of the clouds..... I have stood for hours at some places just to soak in the atmosphere. The tourists horseback riding, hand-drawn rickshaws ferrying about, green moss-covered places, the long tree roots, and some old, almost dilapidated houses together provide a mystical experience. Wish to see more such articles from you. With all…

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nikon releases z50 dx-format mirrorless

Nikon has announced the Z50, Nikon’s first DX-format mirrorless camera. The Z50 is equipped with the Z mount, which is compatible with both the Nikkor Z DX and Nikkor Z FX. It has an effective pixel count of 20.9 MP and is the first Nikon DX-format camera to be equipped with a CMOS sensor that incorporates focal-plane phase-detection AF pixels. The 209 focus points cover approximately 87 percent of the imaging area horizontally, and approximately 85 percent vertically. The hybrid AF system uses an algorithm optimised for the DXformat sensor, and focuses by automatically switching between focal-plane phase-detection AF and contrast-detect AF. The Z50 is equipped with eye-detection AF, which recognises and focusses on an eye of human subjects, even as they are moving. Eye-detection AF can also be used when…

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canon reveals clippable outdoor camera

Canon USA has unveiled the IVY REC Clippable Outdoor Camera, featuring a clippable and wearable design that allows users to wear it on a belt or bag, and the clip doubles as a viewfinder — eliminating the potential to crack a screen. Simple to use with one click capture for both photos and videos, the IVY REC pairs with the optional Canon Mini Cam app. When paired with a compatible mobile device such as a smartphone, you can keep informed about important settings including battery life of the IVY REC camera, remaining image capacity for the MicroSD card, video recording resolution (720p or 1080p), and image size. You can also use the app as a live viewfinder to capture photos and videos, and even use it as a remote shutter with…

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sony introduces alpha 9 ii

Sony has introduced the Alpha 9 II full-frame interchangeable lens camera, created to support working professionals in the fields of sports photography and photojournalism. It shares the same acclaimed 35 mm full-frame stacked 24.2 MP Exmor RS CMOS image sensor with integral memory as the original Alpha 9. The camera features upgraded dust- and moisture-resistant design, designed to meet the challenging outdoor conditions; a stronger sealing is provided at all body seams as well as the battery compartment cover and media slot. Latest image-processing algorithm reduces noise in the medium-to-high sensitivity range while improving subjective resolution and image quality. 5-axis optical in-body image stabilisation system provides a shutter speed advantage of 5.5 steps. The Alpha 9 II builds on the legacy of the original Alpha 9, maintaining groundbreaking speed performance, including blackout-free…

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