Cameras

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Image Cache: Josh Smith is an aerial photographer with a message, and a mission - how can everyday Australians learn more about the work that goes into food production in our country? How can he best show the scale and beauty of what they do with our land?

The answer, he hopes, are these images - which also help to show the farmers themselves the striking beauty of what they are working with.

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There are two brand new cameras that Fujifilm has just announced, and I want both of them. They couldn't be more different — one compact with a fixed lens, and one massive with an interchangeable lens mount — but I kinda want them both. Can I have them both, please?

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Drones are kinda loud and annoying, but they're also a potential threat to public safety or privacy if they're snooping into restricted airspace. ASX-listed Department 13 has built a system it says can monitor Wi-Fi and GPS tracking signals to detect nearby drone activity, then jump in on top of those broadcasts to take over the flying gadget and redirect it to

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There's a bit of crossover when it comes to the lexicons of cameras and weapons (aiming, shooting, etc.) so it's no surprise that someone would be inspired to find a way to combine them. Photographer and artist Jason Siegel decided his take would be a literal fusion of familiar camera components to create fake guns, explosive and other wartime paraphernalia as part of his "Shoot Portraits, Not People" exhibit.