Canon Firmware 1.1.1 Makes a ‘Huge Improvement’ to EOS R6 Overheating

Jordan Drake and Richard Butler at DPReview recently put the latest Canon EOS R6 firmware update to the test, and what they found is extremely promising. The update more or less solves the overheating issues in “regular” shooting scenarios, and marks a “huge improvement” in overall overheating performance. As with the EOS R5 ‘overheating’ update …

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An ‘Aural Ode’ to the Classic Zenza Bronica S2a

In response to the classic camera shutter sound video we shared yesterday, a reader sent over another, even more enjoyable entry into the “oddly satisfying” category. Created a few years ago by YouTube user Tywen Kelly, he describes his video as “a semi-instructional aural ode to [a] great medium format camera” the Zenza Bronica S2a. …

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ELI5: This is How Image Stacking Reduces Noise and Recovers Signal

Image stacking is a technique used in astrophotography to reduce noise and recover signal. It means taking multiple shots of object (usually long exposures) and combing them to create a cleaner image. Let’s get back to basics: what is a digital image? Simply put, an image is a collection of pixel values organized as rows …

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Insta360 Announces ONE X2, a Tiny 5.7K Stabilized 360 Camera

Insta360 has announced the ONE X2, a new camera that has a stacked spec list: it’s a pocket-sized, stabilized, 5.7K 360-degree video camera with IPX8 waterproofing, touch display, and a range of AI-powered editing features. The form factor of the Insta360 ONE X is retained with some notable upgrades under the hood. Firstly, a 1630mAh …

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Color Management in Affinity Photo: The Ultimate Guide

The post Color Management in Affinity Photo: The Ultimate Guide appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Glenn Harper. In terms of color management, no photo software is more complete than Adobe Photoshop. It’s easy to take this for granted until you switch programs (which you might do to escape subscription costs). …

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Hands On with the Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD for Sony E-mount

As a landscape and travel photographer, I often carry around an ultra-wide-angle 14mm lens and the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8. Last week I was able to test the latest addition to the Tamron series for full-frame mirrorless cameras: the 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD. And I think I’ve found the perfect addition to my usual 2-lens …

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Canon Will Definitely Release an APS-C Sensor EOS R Camera in 2021: Report

For many months, the Canon rumor mill has been split on whether or not a crop-sensor EOS R camera would ever be announced. Some said yes, others scoffed, but finally a reliable source has “confirmed” that this camera is indeed coming, and it will arrive next year. The report comes from Canon Rumors, who has …

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Tech Startup Boom Raises $7M, Wants To Be Amazon for Photography

Boom, a Milan-headquartered tech startup, has raised $7 million in Series A funding based on its proprietary technology that is said to provide a way for companies to purchase “high-quality” images affordably, on a global scale. Boom states that their goal isn’t to change photography (or filmmaking for that matter, as the system also supports …

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