This Guy Watercooled His Canon R5 and Unlocked Unlimited 8K

The Canon R5’s overheating time limit has been the subject of much discussion and controversy. Regardless of how or why the overheating happens, Matthew Perks over at DIY Perks has come up with an unusual mod that actually works to fix it: he watercooled his camera. Using water to remove heat is common in everything …

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Photokina Shuttered Indefinitely Due to the Crashing Camera Market

After 70 years of holding its leading photographic trade show in Cologne, Germany, Photokina may be no more. The world’s largest photo trade fair has announced that due to a “massive decline in markets for imaging products,” it will be discontinued indefinitely. Photokina was first held in Cologne in 1950, becoming a biennial event in …

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Two Nikon DSLRs Will Ship Next Year (Plus New F-Mount Lenses)

The post Two Nikon DSLRs Will Ship Next Year (Plus New F-Mount Lenses) appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. With major camera companies dedicating themselves more fully to mirrorless technology, it might surprise you to learn that Nikon isn’t giving up on their DSLRs just yet. Despite the recent …

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11 Ways to Overcome Creative Blocks as a Photographer

The post 11 Ways to Overcome Creative Blocks as a Photographer appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Megan Kennedy. Creative blocks can happen to everyone, including us photographers. Fortunately, there are numerous ways to combat that dreaded phenomenon. So here are 11 ways to overcome creative blocks as a photographer! Canon …

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Manufacturer Says ‘Time of Flight’ Sensors to Become Standard in Smartphones

German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies believes that Time of Flight, or ToF, sensors will become a standard in high-end smartphones. The company believes the technology will overcome low-light focusing issues that currently plague the devices. In an interview with SemiconductorForYou, the Senior Vice President of Sensors at Infineon Philipp von Schierstaedt says that the company …

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New AI Software Automates ‘Ghost Mannequin’ Images, Promises to Streamline Clothing Photography

Software company autoRetouch has debuted a new software feature that promises to reduce hours of post-production time down to seconds. Automating what is called a “ghost mannequin” photo, the software quickly creates composite images for use in e-commerce. A Ghost Mannequin image is a photo with a sort of “hollow man” look to it. Ghost …

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The Best Black Friday Deals for Photographers in 2020

The post The Best Black Friday Deals for Photographers in 2020 appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. If you’re looking for the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for photographers, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a huge collection of discounts, from incredible savings …

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‘Ultimate Smart Gadget’ Automates Photography via System of Sensors

MIOPS, a camera trigger/accessory company PetaPixel has featured numerous times, has launched its fourth Kickstarter campaign for a new device called the Flex, a camera triggering system that can assist in shooting HDR images, timelapses, high-speed action, and more. The Flex accessory attaches to your camera and gives you control over a number of challenging …

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