How to use your Canon EOS / EOS M / EOS R / RP as a Webcam

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 many people forced to stay home, Canon decided it was time to finally enable the functionality to support its customers.

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Fujifilm X-T4 Slow Motion Video at 240fps – A Quick Look

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.

Among the improved features found on the X-T4 is the possibility to record 10x slow motion video, which is double the speed of the previous X-T3.

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