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COVID-19 Threatens the Biggest Names in Tech

Covid-19 contagion fears spark tech event cancellations, factory closures Previously known as the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) or the racially-charged "Wuhan virus", the extremely contagious Covid-19 has wreaked havoc across its start point in the Chinese city of Wuhan and beyond. Nothing is spared - even the innocuous world of technology

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Fujifilm’s X100V Has New Lens, Tilt Screen & Weather-sealed Body

Venerable street photography icon and the brand's maiden X-series camera, the Fujifilm X100 has just received its latest update in the X100V. The film-inspired design, similar to its four predecessors belies the X100V's modern updates including a whole new lens, borrowed from the Fujifilm X-Pro 3, The all-new Fujifilm X100V.

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New Fujifilm X-T200 Boasts “Digital Gimbal” That Doesn’t Work On 4K Video

Fujifilm has announced the X-T200, their latest APS-C crop sensor mirrorless camera that replaces the X-T100 that was launched mid-2018. It boasts improvements from its predecessor across the board, including an enhanced EVF, fully articulating LCD, upgraded AF, HDR and video stabilisation. The Fujifilm X-T200. Image: Fujifilm At the centre

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Leica’s $10,000 Black-And-White-only Camera Was So Popular They Built A Third Version

In 2012, Leica's inaugural Monochrom turned heads all around with its "limited" black-and-white functionality and astronomic price point. For a digital camera that was limited to black-and-white shooting, the Monochrom cost an astronomical USD 10,000. The Leica M10 Monochrom. Image: Leica This year, the Monochrom gets a redo based on

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Cool Tech of CES 2020: Mind-Reading, Modular Cameras, Booze & Beauty

We're still reeling from the sensory overload of CES 2020, attendants were swarmed by headline exhibits and launches. This year, we saw Sony's self-driving prototype that catapulted them into the automotive space, Nikon's new D780 DSLR, Withing's new wearable that would undercut and outdo Apple, and Shure's Aonic line that

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