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Canon just announced its highest-end mirrorless camera ever, the $6000 EOS R3 (shipping November). The R3 has a 24 megapixel stacked BSI sensor and is capable of capturing blackout-free 30 FPS with full autofocus and auto exposure. Perhaps the most exciting feature is the eye-sensing autofocus that positions the initial focusing point wherever the photographer
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Even as many industries struggled to stay afloat, the video game community flourished amid the COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdowns. According to a recent survey of 4,000 US adults conducted by Ipsos for the Entertainment Software Association, 55% of players said they played more games during the pandemic, with an equal percentage saying that gaming
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Self-described astronomy disruptor telescope brand Unistellar has announced what it calls the world’s most powerful and simple to operate digital telescope for consumers – the eVscope 2. This new Telescope features several enhancements including an eyepiece with advanced optical technology developed with Nikon. Unisteller has recently partnered with Nikon to advance telescope technology for consumer
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Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! 9/11 – The Photographs From 20 Years Ago Embed from Getty ImagesEditor’s Note: The below stories contain graphic images that may be disturbing to some
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The latest Fujifilm X Summit was packed with exciting announcements. From updated cameras to new lenses for the GFX and X-Series systems, there’s quite a lot to unpack. This doesn’t just include product announcements but also updated lens roadmaps and other teasers of their future plans. In total, Fujifilm talked about 8 new lenses: 4
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Think about it for a minute: if you’re willing to hold a camera to your eye, why not have a camera attached to it that can snap away, by voice instruction, instead of finger on the shutter? That’s the premise of Facebook’s new $299 camera glasses that also play music and podcasts. And if you
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