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After last week's monumental Firmware Friday roundup, the latest in our regular weekly series is more of a bite-sized morsel, bringing with it news of updates for just four cameras in the past seven days. Let's get right down to finding out what's new with the Nikon B700, Sony A7 III, A7R III and the CCB-WD1 Camera Control Box... Nikon Coolpix B700 Starting off with Nikon, firmwar
IBM's annual 5 in 5 list is here, where the company outlines five key technologies that it believes will radically reshape the world in the next five years. This time the focus is on the food supply chain, which is already stressed by a growing population and climate change and will no doubt get worse. All five technologies in this year's list are designed to fix problems in every step of
Our second roundup of the year is, finally, rather more sizeable than was last week's, with news of updates for four Olympus cameras, as well as for a whopping lenses from Olympus, Sigma and Sony. With a fair bit to discuss, we'll keep this preamble short and get right down to it! Olympus E-M1, E-M1 II, E-M5 II, PEN-F plus 8mm, 25mm and 45mm lenses Our sole four camera updates in this
It looks like Epic Games' Fortnite was host to a series of bugs (that have since been fixed) which, if exploited together, could have exposed the accounts of any of its 200 million players.  ...
Hubble appears to be back in working order, with full science operations scheduled to resume by the end of this week. The Wide Field Camera 3 on the aging space telescope was struck by a technical fault on January 8, and NASA engineers now believe they've fixed the problem... Continue Reading NASA fixes Hubble's faulty camera Category: Space Tags: Hubble NASA
In October 2018, Sony released firmware version 2.0 for its a7 III and a7R III mirrorless cameras. Two months later, in early December, firmware version 2.0 was removed from Sony's website unexpectedly, due to an issue where some users were experiencing lost data when using an SD card that had already been used multiple times.Specifically, Sony cited the following reasons for pulling firmware ver
Panasonic Leica DG Elmarit 200mm f/2.8 POWER OIS. lensIn these times of extremely fast product development cycles manufacturers often seem to forget about ongoing improvements and support for older models, instead trying to convince consumers to upgrade and spend their hard-earned cash on the the latest models.Olympus is now showing that it is a company that is not ignoring its legacy customers.
After releasing firmware v2.0 for the a7 III and a7R III in October, Sony abruptly took down the update earlier this month citing a bug that would cause photographers to lose RAW photos they’ve captured. Sony has since fixed the issue and today released firmware v2.10 as a replacement.If you updated your Sony a7 III or a7R III during the two months between October and December 2018 and your
Seattle-based Mastin Labs has released a large update for Filmborn, its camera app for iOS, adding additional film looks, free access to all current editing tools, support for iOS 12 and the three newest iPhone models and updates to the original film preset appearances.Filmborn provides iPhone users with true-to-film presets that give images captured by the phone a realistic film appearance. User
Chinese company Xiaomi's AI Lab has published a new paper detailing an AI network called "DeepExposure" that improves low-quality images through machine learning. "Comparing with other methods," the researchers explained in their paper, "our algorithm can restore most of the details and styles in original images while enhancing brightness and colors."DeepExposure utilizes generative adversarial n 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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