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Real Basilica di Superga

La Basilica di Superga, nota anche come Real Basilica di Superga, sorge sull'omonimo colle ad est di Torino. Fu fatta costruire dal re Vittorio Amedeo II come ringraziamento alla Vergine Maria, dopo aver sconfitto i francesi che assediavano Torino nel 1706. Il progetto è del messinese Filippo Juvara e risale al 1715. Alla cappella, posta alla sommità dell'omonima collina, si può giungere attraverso strada o servendosi della Tranvia Sassi-Superga.

la Basilica dista poche centinaia di metri dallo Studio Fotografico Enrico Scarsi

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Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:13
trepiede ? no solo ben poggiato sul tetto della macchina che ha anche fruito da specchio x quello il riflesso è distorto ;)
Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:09

1/13s

f/3.5

ISO 1000

-0.67 eV

28 mm

Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:02
Grazie ;)

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Digital Camera Reviews

Video preview of the Canon Powershot G7 X

If posts to our news articles and forums are any indication, one of the most exciting announcements from Photokina is the Canon G7 X, a genuinely pocketable camera with a large 1”-type sensor. In this video DPReview’s Richard Butler takes us through a preview of the G7 X and gives us an idea of what to expect from it.

Updated Leica X (Typ 113) APS-C compact boasts F1.7 lens

Leica has announced a new X-series camera with an F1.7 lens. The Leica X (Typ 113) continues to use a 16MP APS-C sensor and offer a 35mm equivalent lens but now with a considerably faster aperture than the F2.8 of its forebear. The existing X2 model will essentially live on as the Leica X-E. The Typ 113 will cost around $2,295/£1,550.

Leica introduces D-Lux 24-75mm equiv compact with Four Thirds sensor

Leica has announced the D-Lux (Typ 109), a compact camera with a 24-75mm equivalent, F1.7-2.8 zoom and a Four Thirds sensor. If those specifications sound familiar, it's probably because they're shared with the Panasonic LX100. The D-Lux will be available in November. A license for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is included.

Photokina 2014: Nikon stand report

We swung by Nikon's Photokina 2014 stand to see the new D750 in action and investigate what else the company has in store for show attendees. The booth itself is a bit less flashy than some of the competitions, and distinctly lacking in cars and ladies wearing sequins, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't make an impression. Click through to read more

Zeiss introduces Distagon T* 35mm F1.4 ZM lens

Zeiss has announced its a Distagon T* 35mm F1.4 ZM lens for Leica M-mount bodies. The company describes the lens as being for professional reportage photography and points out that the wide maximum aperture 'ensures the photographer is independent from the ISO limitations of his camera.' The 35mm F1.4 ZM will be available in black or silver for a recommended price of €1679.84 or $2290 exc taxes.

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