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Digital Rev pits the Canon 5D MkIII against the 7D MkII

If you’re looking to buy a more advanced DSLR from Canon, you’d probably consider the EOS 7D Mark II or 5D Mark III. Although they’re different cameras, they both a good set of features for the budding amateur enthusiast photographer or professionals. But which one should you get? Kai takes both out for a spot of Read MoreRead More

The Dawn of Technicolor

“The Dawn of Technicolor” is the first detailed history of Technicolor’s formative years. Authors James Layton and David Pierce recount the first two decades of one of the most widely recognized names in the American film industry, painstakingly reconstructing the company’s early years from a wealth of previously untapped internal documentation, studio production files, firsthand Read MoreRead More

How to 3D Print Your Own Monitor

Adafruit Industries walks through their custom build monitor which uses a 3D printed housing. The assembly is moderately straight forward. You only need to solder a few wires, snip a few cables and fasten a couple of screws. The 3D printed parts take about 2-3 hours to make. If you don’t have access to a 3D printer, visit your local Read MoreRead More

How To Make a Light and Portable Battery for Night Photography

Do you need more power for a long duration shoot? Anthony James breaks down the engineering required to build your own high endurance batteries. Digital cameras use direct current (DC) electricity to provide the power they need to run. They use internal DC battery systems with voltages generally rated between 5 and 12 volts, or convert 240 Read MoreRead More

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