I admit I was rather skeptical when I was first told about Starry Sky AF during the launch of the E-M1 III. It sounded a bit of a gimmick, one of those extra features that you’d never end up using because it either doesn’t work as it is supposed too, or is simply unnecessary. But […]
Canon has released a beta software that allows you to use a number of DSLR and mirrorless cameras as a webcam with just the USB cable. This release came as a pleasant surprise. I’ve wondered for years why the manufacturer didn’t make this feature a default on all their cameras. With the Covid-19 pandemic and […]
– By Thomas Stirr This article provides a summary of some of the key points contained in my E-M1X Twelve Month Review. It is important to state upfront that the objective of this article is simply to share my experiences using the E-M1X. I am not suggesting that other photographers should change systems or do […]
Fujifilm has invested considerable resources into the X-T line-up in order to make it an attractive proposition for filmmakers. By adding 10-bit internal recording, 4K up to 60fps and dedicated picture profiles, the X-T3 and X-T4 have raised the bar in comparison to other mirrorless products, and Fuji’s colour signature is the cherry on top. […]
HDR is a popular technique in digital photography and over the years manufacturers have introduced various settings to help you make the most out of your camera. In this article, we take a look at the latest HDR tool introduced by Fujifilm on the X-Pro3, X100V and X-T4.