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Click here to read our Canon EOS R Video Features, Specs & Analysis You've likely heard that the Canon EOS R sucks... That it's an awful video camera, that no self-respecting videographer would ever be caught dead shooting with. That in fact, no professional would ever use the EOS R for a whole smattering of reasons from having only one card slot to not providing eno
For Canon fans in particular, the announcement of the new full-frame mirrorless camera, the Canon EOS R, was met with a lot of excitement. For Roger Cicala at Lensrentals, he was interested in taking a Canon EOS R camera apart. For those of us who like to see how cameras are designed and what sort of technology lay hidden underneath the plastic and metal, the teardowns performed by the Lensrental
The Japanese brand Yashica stirred up a great deal of excitement in the photo world in 2017 by teasing its return to the camera industry. In October 2017, it unveiled the Yashica Y35 digiFilm camera and raised over $1 million on Kickstarter. Backers are now receiving their cameras, and the initial reaction has been overwhelmingly negative.Yashica’s many teasers for the Y35 camera told photo
The Kickstarter campaign for Yashica’s digitFilm Y35 camera has produced a wave of complaints about delays in shipping product as well as cameras that don’t work. Running with the foreshadowing strapline ‘Expect the Unexpected,’ the campaign seems to be delivering on its promise to be unexpected by giving some of the 6935 backers exactly what they weren't hoping for.The campaign raised HK $10,035
At the ongoing Adobe MAX 2018 conference, Adobe is showing off some sneak peeks of features being developed for the Creative Cloud. One of them is MovingStills, which lets you add realistic camera moves to any still photograph, bringing it to life.The idea is to use artificial intelligence to intelligently create parallax based on what’s found in a photo, turning it into a faux video shot w
Camera manufacturers have been utilizing different types of autofocus systems in modern digital cameras. If you’d like a primer on how each one works, here’s a fantastic 18-minute video by tech tester Gerald Undone that will bring you up to speed.Gerald examines the systems in three cameras: the Canon EOS R with its Dual Pixel AF, the Sony a7 III with its hybrid phase-detection, and t
TinyMOS, the company behind the TINY1 astrophotography camera introduced in 2015, is back with a successor. The newly unveiled NANO1 is only one-third the size of the TINY1 and offers multiple improvements over the original model, including greater portability, increased resolution, and a dual-mount lens system.The NANO1 is highly portable, weighing in at less than 100g/3.5oz with a size consider
Sony has announced the new Cyber-shot HX99, what the company calls “the world’s smallest travel high zoom camera.” The camera features a powerful 28x zoom and 4K video recording.At the core of the camera is an 18.2-megapixel backside-illuminated 1/2.3-inch Exmore R CMOS sensor with an ISO range of 80-12800 and 10fps continuous shooting.On the front of the camera is a 24-720mm (3
Click here to read our Fuji X-T3 Field Test Part II In this current era of so many Full Frame Mirrorless offerings streaming forth, Fujifilm remains quite content to play on either side of that fence in both the Medium Format world and, of course, the popular APS-C world. We've loved so many of their APS-C models, but the X-T line has arguably been our overall favorite. Ann
NASA’s Apollo Program was an audacious mission to send astronauts to the moon — a national goal set by President John F. Kennedy’s in a bold speech in 1961 that was an ongoing part of the Cold War.NASA’s use of photography aboard spacecraft originated during the Mercury Program when John Glenn carried two cameras during his Mercury-Atlas 6 program: 1) a Leica 1g for ultraviolet spectroscopi


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