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Canon EOS R Teardown

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Teardown of the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera

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I’ve wanted to look inside the new Canon and Nikon mirrorless cameras since the moment they were announced, so I’m probably more excited about this than you guys are. I’m really not sure what to expect. Early on, when we took apart a Sony A7R, we were struck by how clean and straightforward mirrorless cameras […]

How to MTF Test a Lens

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Developing a Rapid MTF Test for Photo and Video Lenses

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. . . Or What I Did for the Last Year Instead of Having a Life. Nearly a decade ago, I started testing lenses. A few years later, after I complained about a manufacturer’s claiming an awful lens was in spec, an engineer patted me on the head and told me “you really don’t have the […]

Light Options for Video

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Make Your Videos Better With a Simple Understanding of Video Lighting

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Creating videos can be a very complicated and cumbersome process, but can be very rewarded when done correctly. Between framerates, sound, codecs, and color grading, there certainly is a lot of technicals to learn when it comes to video, but one of the most important traditional techniques you can gain an understanding for is how […]

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