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We Now Know What the Future of Canon DSLR Video Will Be

Want to raise the ire of any online filmmaking forum – mention Canon DSLRs. Well, take a breath, and check out David Shapton’s rational take on the new still camera offerings from Canon that have video as an after thought. Canon has just announced two new members to the EOS 5D family: The 5DS and the 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

How to Take an Exposure Reading on your Digital Camera

Even for experienced photographers, metering and how to take an exposure reading on your camera can be confusing, but the basics are easy to get to grips with… All digital cameras have a built-in light meter which is used to calculate the exposure settings for a given scene. Without getting bogged down in aperture and Read MoreRead More

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