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Canon U.S.A has announced a firmware update is being worked on to address the ‘phenomenon’ wherein its EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR camera will lock up under certain conditions.Previously, we reported on a number of incidents wherein Canon’s latest flagship DSLR would lock up when pressing down the shutter in certain modes. While the exact cause remains unconfirmed, Canon’s changelog for the forthcomin
Aquatic hypoxia can be a serious problem, producing oxygen-depleted "dead zones" in lakes or seas. New research suggests that a process known as downwelling may help keep those zones from forming – although it wouldn't be a cheap solution.Continue ReadingCategory: Environment, ScienceTags: Carnegie Institution for Science, Marine, Oxygen, Water
A month after the first reports came out that a number of RF 70–200mm F2.8 lenses were having issues with front-focusing, Canon has released a firmware update to address the issue.As promised two weeks ago, firmware version 1.0.6 fixes the issue wherein certain units would focus in front of the active AF point, especially at longer focal lengths. The firmware changelog reads:'Fixed a phenomenon w
Next month, Canon will release a firmware update that fixes an autofocus problem reported by RF 70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM telephoto lens owners. The company says it's confirmed this lens may produce a 'slightly front-focused' image when the photo is captured at close range with the focus distance set to around the 200mm end of the scale.Canon will release the firmware with a bug fix for this problem
Canon has officially confirmed that the new RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM lens does, indeed, have a front-focusing issue at minimum focus distance, and revealed that a firmware fix will be released as soon as possible.In a statement provided to PetaPixel, a Canon representative confirmed the issue, which first appeared on the Fred Miranda and DPReview forums. Canon has become aware of this phenomenon
Portrait photographer Miguel Quiles is back with another useful video for aspiring portrait photographers. This time, he’s put together a video outlining the five most common portrait photography mistakes that he’s seen over the years, and how he suggests that beginners avoid or fix them.Quiles tells PetaPixel that the list is based on his personal experience “doing portfolio re
You are watching a great video on facebook, all of a sudden your app crashes. You will be mad for two reasons. First, you won’t find that video on your timeline again. Second, you don’t know how to fix the app. Don’t worry. This Tech-Recipe will show you how to fix the facebook application crash […]The post How to Fix Facebook Android App Crash appeared first on Tech-Recipes: A
Ideally, when you are out in the field, you compose images just the right way while shooting. Unfortunately, photography doesn't always go according to plan and sometimes you return home with images you wish were a bit different. In some cases, simple cropping can fix the issue. However, sometimes you need space to make a composition work that exists outside of the image. What can you do then
If you're an early adopter of the spectacularly high-res Fujifilm GFX100 mirrorless camera and you've been experiencing problems with accidental operation of the camera's shutter release, the company has a potential answer for you in a service notice issued yesterday. The company has identified an issue with the shutter release lock for the secondary, portrait-orientation shutter butt
"Cameras are most noticeable when they fail." Thatgamecompany's John Nesky speaks about the importance of good camera design in games, and what he learned on the subject while working on Journey. ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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