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Canon's very happy with all the people clamoring to buy their cameras for filmmaking despite not necessarily knowing what words like "rolling shutter" and "aperture" mean. Their latest DSLR is perhaps more explicitly geared towards filmmakers than any camera it's released made before.

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There are fancy cameras, and then there are flagship professional DSLRs, big super powerful overkill machines designed for ultra-fast performance. Nikon teased its latest monster, the D5, in the fall. Today, it's been formally introduced.

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Instagram filters really do make bad photos look better, but there's more to the world of photography than Hudson and Lark. Here are four novel, filtered photos you submitted for this week's Shooting Challenge. The results? Surprisingly tasteful.

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Photographic negatives. They look like strange poltergeists, or an oddworld version of our earth. But as snap-happy Gizmodo readers have proved, they're not just strange; negatives can also be beautiful...

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For most people, cameras are about taking photos. That's what they've been about since the Kodak box Brownies and Leica Is of the start of the 20th century. But at this point in time, this mark in our 21st century, cameras are about sharing photos. It sounds twee, but that's the reason that Flickr's most popular camera is an iPhone.

Bridging the world of taking good photos and sharing your experiences is a difficult task, and within the last few years we've seen some interesting, noble but ultimately imperfect experiments like the Polaroid Socialmatic and Samsung's own Galaxy K Zoom. But I think someone has finally got it right. Samsung's NX1 is the mirrorless camera that brings forth the strongest challenge yet to its professional full-frame competitors from Canon, Nikon and Sony.