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A Bit of Everything (Steve McCurry, EOS M5, 16-35mm, Magic Lantern)

Above: Travelling with Steve McCurry In Burma (Myanmar), by ALESSANDRO MOGGI

Steve McCurry at work in Burma ( Myanmar Birmania ), the American photographer travel in this colorful country, the lens of the Italian photographer Alessandro Moggi tell this journey trough the landscape and faces of this incredible place.

Canon EOS 80D vs EOS M5 image quality ISO performance comparison (please note: the page is not in English) – mertgundogdu

Canon EOS M5: A great mirrorless camera from Canon? A comparison with µ43 and APS-C DSLR (EOS 7D2) – De.Light Photo

Magic Lantern Breakthrough Lets You Shoot Lossless 14-bit DNGs In-Camera – PetaPixel

Photographing at Such Great Heights: A Guide to Rock Climbing Photography – Canon Digital Learning Center

This article will detail practical lessons learned in the vertical pursuit of rock climbing photography. Special attention will be paid to the task of carrying a DSLR around in the mountains and up on the rock wall.

Canon EF-M 18-150mm IS STM Image Gallery – Dustin Abbott

Updating a classic: Canon EF 16-35mm F2.8L III USM lens review – DPReview

The updated Canon 16-35mm F2.8L III USM offers a pretty incredible performance upgrade from its predecessor. All of the major issues that plagued the previous iteration of the lens including coma and lateral CA, and particularly sharpness both wide open and stopped down, have been addressed. Lateral chromatic aberration was a major issue in the previous version of this lens, to the extent that it reduced sharpness. The new lens dramatically corrects these sharpness and CA issues, especially at 16mm.

Mirrorless vs DSLR cameras: 10 key differences – TechRadar

Embarrassing threesome – Mini reviews of the Panasonic FZ2500, Sony RX100 V and Canon EOS M5 – EOSHD

Real world review of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV – The Phoblographer

150 Filmmakers Ask Nikon and Canon to Sell Encrypted Cameras – Wired

Seeing In The Dark: Hands On With The Canon ME20F-SH – HDVideoPro

Below: Talent Feature – Anders Lönnfeldt’s Inspiring Art Shot on Canon 1D X Mark II – Cinema5D

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