“Take a Photo” – the words Sebastian Thrun likely uttered before capturing an image of the moment above – an intimate time spent between him and his son this past weekend, documented by Google’s new augmented reality eyewear initiative dubbed Project Glass.
Every now and again, one of the uber-rare Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 fisheyes make an appearance and set the inter-webs abuzz due to its extreme rarity, unique characteristics and oh yeah, that bank account breaking estimated price-tag of $160,000.00.
The latest case of its resurgence came just weeks ago, when Amateur Photographer was the first to report the legendary lenses’ availability for purchase at Grays of Westminster, a renowned UK retailer who houses goods solely catered to the Nikon shooter.
Over the past few weeks, loose talk from the rumor-mills turned into legitimate news, as leaked images and specification details emerged regarding the Sony NEX-F3, the successor to the now discontinued NEX-C3. While we have come to know that Sony will officially unveil their entry-level NEX model on May 17th, rumors have now pointed their interest on the NEX-F3′s bigger brother, the NEX-5N.
Over the course of the 20th Century, the Iconic American news publication, The New York Times, has shared countless profound, compelling, and memorable images from around the world, each highlighted by the equally thought-provoking editorials that accompanied each still daily.