A new lens for the RF mount, the TTArtisan 11mm F2.8 Fisheye At a glance:…
Below, a Canon EOS R vs Nikon Z6 comparison: The MAIN REASON I would choose the Canon EOS R over the Nikon Z 6 in 2019 by Manny Ortiz (EOS R vs Nikon Z6)
Above: This researcher created an algorithm that removes the water from underwater images by Scientific American:
Why do all the pictures you take underwater look blandly blue-green? The answer has to do with how light travels through water. Derya Akkaynak, an oceangoing engineer from the University of Haifa, has figured out a way to recover the colorful brilliance of the deep.
This Rare Black Paint Canon 7 Was a Leica M3 Competitor – The Phoblographer
Although the Canon RF 28-70mm f2 L USM is a massive lens, it’s also understandably so. The photographer who will spring for this lens really needs the extra stop of light and genuinely wants super high-quality images. That’s what you’re going to get with the Canon RF 28-70mm f2 L USM. Couple this with better autofocusing abilities that have come out recently and the exemplary build quality, and you’ve got an excellent lens–on paper.
The Canon RF 85mm f1.2 L USM produces truly beautiful bokeh, excellent sharpness, plenty of micro-contrast, and overall exceptional image quality. Its performance is quite snappy as well and it’s capable of focusing and tracking fast-moving subjects quickly and accurately. True to Canon’s heritage, this lens is built like a tank and features some of the best weather sealing we’ve seen
Got an Old Canon Point-and-Shoot Camera? Hack It (Add new features and write scripts with CHDK firmware) – IEEE Spectrum
Practical Use of Field Curvature Graphs – the 50mm Primes – Lens Rentals
National Geographic Declares Three Fujifilm Cameras Best Travel Cameras for 2020 – Fuji Rumors
GIZMON announced this funny(?!?) “Bokeh Lens Illuminator” set – Mirrorless Rumors
Samyang AF 14mm f/2.8 RF Review – ePHOTOzine
Below: Canon EOS R vs. 5D Mark 4 – Which is best for VIDEO? – Parker Walbeck