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In this 2014 GDC talk, Volition's Zach Lowery discusses how the Saints Row IV animation team took a different approach to gathering reference material for superhero-styled jumps in the game. ...
DPRSplit is a new utility by LibRaw (the makers of FastRawViewer and RawDigger) that lets you squeeze extra dynamic range out of Canon 5D Mark IV RAW files. It may sound like magic, but the program works by separating the data captured by the DSLR’s Dual Pixel sensor.The main screen of DPRSplit.“Canon 5D Mark IV’s sensor has a somewhat unusual pixel arrangement: each pixel is co
Dan and Sally Watson over at Learning Cameras recently put together a really useful comparison video that pits the Sony, Canon, and Nikon fanboys against each other in a series of real-world tests. Shooting with the Sony a7R III, Canon 5D Mark IV, and Nikon D850, Dan and Sally ran the cameras through a variety of tests that cover everything from skin tones, to low light, to dynamic range, to auto
If you've ever been hooked up to an intravenous drip, then you'll know what a hassle it can be, wheeling that pole around with you everywhere you go. Dutch designer Alissa Rees decided to do something about it, and created the wearable IV-Walk...Continue Reading IV vest could make it easier to be on a dripCategory: MedicalTags: Medication Treatment WearableRelated Articl
Recently, Sony took its popular RX10-series of large-sensor bridge cameras into a fourth generation with the debut of the Sony RX10 IV. Based around much the same body and lens as the earlier RX10 III, the 20.1-megapixel RX10 IV likewise sports an impressive 25x optical zoom lens which starts at a 24mm-equivalent wide-angle and reaches all the way out to a powerful 600mm telephoto. What's new
IntroductionThe Sony DSC-RX10 IV is premium superzoom bridge-camera (DSLR-like form factor) with a 24-600mm equivalent F2.4-4 zoom lens and a 20MP 1"-type stacked BSI-CMOS sensor: the same used by the Sony RX100 V. This new sensor brings phase detect autofocus to the RX10 series for the first time, adding the depth-awareness that is important for focusing long lenses. The camera is also faster th
The Sony A7R III on paper appears to do some seriously impressive stuff. Packing 10 frames per second into a high-resolution 42-megapixel sensor is extremely unique, and add to that a fully revamped autofocusing system and you have yourself a camera that appears to be capable of more than any other camera it could be compared to. So we decided to do that comparison, and see how Sony's new fla
"Does gear matter?" is a question photographers have worked to answer many times, sometimes with much disagreement . In his latest video, landscape photographer and educator Thomas Heaton has offered his own take on the question by comparing three images taken with different cameras. In this case, he runs the gamut from APS-C in the form of the Canon EOS M5 to the medium format Fujifilm GFX 50S w
Sporting a similar lens and sensor as housed in the popular RX10 Mark III, this new Sony RX10 Mark IV aims to please instead with several key performance enhancements found under the hood. We'll be taking a much closer look at these out in the field for you, and in the meantime, we offer you our signature test lab First Shots! With these images you can, of course, pixel-peep our Still Life te
The Sony RX10 IV is a fixed lens camera with a 1"-type sensor and 24-600mm equivalent lens that can shoot 4K video or stills at 24 fps, but that's not what we think is interesting about it. The addition of phase detection autofocus is pivotal to all of those features. If you have a little over a minute to spare, we'll tell you why. And for bonus points, we shot this video entirely hand-held with


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