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The First Half of 2020 Will Brings Lots of Mirrorless Announcements From Canon

The First Half of 2020 Will Brings Lots of Mirrorless Announcements From Canon

Canon is slowly filling out its mirrorless line, but there are still some cameras and lenses that photographers are waiting to complete their kits or to justify switching. The good news is that Canon seems to be planning a lot of releases for their mirrorless line in the first half of 2020.

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Trump Impeachment Hearing Shows More Photographers Switching to Mirrorless and One Even Using a Large Format Film Camera

Trump Impeachment Hearing Shows More Photographers Switching to Mirrorless and One Even Using a Large Format Film Camera

The Trump impeachment hearings began yesterday, and as you would expect, there was a veritable throng of press coverage. But in the past few years, the camera landscape has changed quite a bit, and it is quite interesting to see the sort of cameras being used by press photographers there.

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A Portrait Photographer Takes Another Look at the EOS R, but That’s Not Why You Should Watch This Video

A Portrait Photographer Takes Another Look at the EOS R, but That’s Not Why You Should Watch This Video

The Canon EOS R gained Sony-like AI Servo Eye AF with a firmware update earlier in the year, and now, photographer Manny Ortiz takes a look at how it performs. The short answer is that it’s definitely way better, and he says as much, but the real reason to watch the video is to see Ortiz in action on a portrait shoot. It’s fascinating.

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Apple Announces New 16-Inch MacBook Pro With Power to Spare

Apple Announces New 16-Inch MacBook Pro With Power to Spare

Today, Apple has announced their latest MacBook Pro, their popular powerhouse laptop for creatives. Headline features include a new keyboard design, 16-inch Retina display, an 8-core processor, 64 GB of RAM, 8 GB of VRAM, a new thermal management system, faster performance, and longer battery life.

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Fstoppers Reviews the Akaso v50 Elite: a GoPro Competitor at an Amazing Price.

Fstoppers Reviews the Akaso v50 Elite: a GoPro Competitor at an Amazing Price.

With the current generation of the GoPro Hero 7 at $329USD and the upcoming HERO8 looking to be even more, a lot of us that are more budget minded may be looking for an alternative, and the Akaso V50 Elite may just be that alternative.

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Fuji GFX 100 Review After Using It Professionally for Three Months, Part Two: Autofocus, File Size, and Blackout

Fuji GFX 100 Review After Using It Professionally for Three Months, Part Two: Autofocus, File Size, and Blackout

This is part two of my three-part, unreasonably in-depth real world shooting review of the GFX 100 after having shot with it as my primary camera professionally for the last three months.

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How to Improve the Performance of Your Lenses With an Autofocus Microadjustment

How to Improve the Performance of Your Lenses With an Autofocus Microadjustment

Given the way DSLRs work, it is sometimes the case that your lenses will need what is known as an “autofocus microadjustment.” This excellent video will show you how to perform one to improve your lenses’ autofocus performance.

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A Review of the Sigma 14-24mm f/2.8 DG DN Art Lens

A Review of the Sigma 14-24mm f/2.8 DG DN Art Lens

The ultra-wide angle f/2.8 zoom lens is a staple in many professional photographers’ bags, but such a lens tends to be less than cheap. That is why third party options that offer comparable image quality have gained so much traction in the last few years. This great video review takes a look at the Sigma 14-24mm f/2.8 DG DN Art lens.

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Multi-Minute-Long Exposures With the New Summit Filter System

Multi-Minute-Long Exposures With the New Summit Filter System

Of course, it’s possible to capture great landscape photographs without multiple filters, but purists like getting things right in camera. To do that, you’re going to need not just a single filter, but a filter system.

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Fstoppers Review: Plugable’s Thunderbolt 3 Drive

Fstoppers Review: Plugable's Thunderbolt 3 Drive

A well-devised digital storage system should be one of the most crucial considerations for every digital creative. With larger and larger camera sensors constantly emerging on the market, we find ourselves needing to accommodate and functionally access enormous raw and video files. Like many photographers, I face a near-constant search for the perfect storage solution. This month, a new Thunderbolt 3 SSD by Plugable is emerging on the scene, and I have a feeling it is going to change photographers’ and videographers’ workflows in a drastic way.

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New HOYA Filter Was Developed for Astrophotograhers Battling Light Pollution

New HOYA Filter Was Developed for Astrophotograhers Battling Light Pollution

Hoping to create stunning night sky photography, have you ever driven out beyond the city, only to be left with a pesky orange or green glow in every shot? A new filter promises to cut down the effects of light pollution and not affect your landscape color tones in the process.

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An Experiential Review of the Atomos Shinobi External Monitor for Photography

An Experiential Review of the Atomos Shinobi External Monitor for Photography

The use of external monitors in shooting stills at honestly seemed unnecessary at first, especially in shooting more pace-sensitive kinds of photography. But as an architectural photographer who generally has more room for precise compositions, it seemed more feasible.

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Tiny and Capable: A Review of the DJI Mavic Mini

Tiny and Capable: A Review of the DJI Mavic Mini

The DJI Mavic Mini is a ludicrously small drone, but that does not necessarily mean it does not come without a set of professional features. This great review takes a comprehensive look at the new drone to help you decide if it is the right one for you.

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How to Double the Resolution of Your Images From the iPhone 11 Pro

How to Double the Resolution of Your Images From the iPhone 11 Pro

The latest iPhone now offers some incredible features for photography. Considering the fact that the iPhone is the most popular camera in the world, it’s great to see how Apple has continued to develop its cameras to offer even better features.

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Disappointed by Tamron’s f/2.8 Primes for Sony? Don’t Worry: There’s f/2.0 Glass in the Pipeline

Disappointed by Tamron's f/2.8 Primes for Sony? Don't Worry: There's f/2.0 Glass in the Pipeline

The Sony world felt a little bit disappointed when Tamron’s recently announced primes turned out to be only f/2.8. Is Tamron about to cheer us all up with some glass that’s a little more up to speed?

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Would You Swap out Your Strobes for Continuous Lights When Shooting Portraits?

Would You Swap out Your Strobes for Continuous Lights When Shooting Portraits?

Continuous LED lighting has come a long way in recent years, and while there are pros and cons to shooting with strobes or continuous lights, LED technology has definitely shifted the balance a little. How useful is continuous lighting for a studio portrait shoot? This video aims to find out.

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Have You Already Customized Your Camera to Your Own Needs?

Have You Already Customized Your Camera to Your Own Needs?

Did you know a lot of people use their camera without setting it up for their needs? If you have done this already, you may find nothing new in this article. If you don’t know what I am talking about, perhaps you should read it.

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