Canon announced its latest Cinema-line camera, the EOS R5 C earlier this month. The camera is Canon’s smallest Cinema EOS camera and seems to be an evolution of the acclaimed EOS R5. In contrast, the R5 C has a few video-specific features. It may look like just an EOS R5 with an extended back, but the changes go further than just the visual differences. Let’s dive in and find out just what they are.Read More »Canon Announces EOS R5 C Cinema Hybrid Camera
When you’ve owned a camera for a while, wear-and-tear comes into play. One of the many things that happen when cameras are stored away for a long time, is that the rubber starts to degrade.
While there aren’t many ways to recover rubber that has started to degrade, there are ways to keep the rubber from degrading too quickly in the first place.Read More »How To Preserve The Rubber Parts Of Cameras & Lenses
Mac Vs. PC, Coke Vs. Pepsi, Nikon Vs. Canon In many ways, this photographic debate is very much like the Mac Vs. PC debate. In… Read More »The Camera Platform Debate: Canon Vs Nikon
Most first-time DSLR camera buyers ask around a lot and do a lot of research before making their first (or second) camera purchase. They’re justified… Read More »What Camera Should a Beginner Buy in 2020? – Tiny Tips 21
DSLR and Film cameras don’t just have one metering mode, they usually have three or four different modes. How does one know which mode is most appropriate for any given situation?
As with most things related to photography, the answer is to know what each of these modes does. We start by understanding what a light meter does. Let’s look at what 4 of the most well-known camera metering modes do, and how you can use them.Read More »Light Metering Modes, and When to Use Them
Camera equipment is sensitive to moisture and dust. When it comes to humidity, sustained high levels of humidity typically over 65-85% or more could damage your lenses and certain parts of your camera body. High humidity allows fungal spores to grow and spread on camera lenses, damaging them permanently.
Here are some steps that you can take to make sure that your camera equipment is always stored in a humidity-controlled environment. This will not allow any fungus growth. Let’s take a look at them.Read More »How to Keep Your Camera Equipment Safe From Humidity & Avoid Fungus Growth
Amazon.com is one of the internet’s most popular stores. Their comprehensive collection of just about anything you could want to be coupled with a great… Read More »Amazon’s Top Digital SLR Cameras, Lenses & Books for 2008
I’d found that I was restricting the images that I posted on Flickr to a great degree. Now, while that is a good thing to do, and while it does give you the compulsion to show off only your best work, it also makes me restrict my images to under 200 in total and I’ve not been posting much because of that. Now that I’ve jumped in the pool (with a measly $25), I’m going to have to post photographs more frequently, and of course, keep increasingly my image quality.Read More »Upgrade Photographs / Downgrade Equipment? What’s up?
If you’re using a dSLR, put your left hand below, supporting the base of the camera, with the index finger and thumb positioned to adjust focus/zoom. Support your left elbow with your chest and grip the camera body firmly with your right hand, positioning your right index finger above the shutter release.