Latest Version of Premiere Pro Can Natively Decode ProRes RAW Video


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As part of its massive batch of MAX announcements, Adobe has included a much-needed update feature into Premiere Pro: the ability to natively decode ProRes RAW.

According to DP Review, the ability to decode ProRes RAW in Premiere was selectively available earlier this year, but only for Windows machines running Nvidia GPUs. With this update, that restriction is lifted, and any machine – either macOS or Windows – running the latest version of Premiere Pro will be able to edit ProRes RAW video natively.

Specifically, on macOS, users will need to be running macOS Catalina 10.15 or later,

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Manfrotto Unveils Lineup of Rugged Camera Batteries and Dual-Battery Chargers


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Earlier this morning, Manfrotto unveiled its first ever range of batteries and battery chargers. The new lineup includes a set of rugged batteries for Nikon and Canon, as well as a line of dual-battery “ProCUBE” chargers for Nikon, Canon, and Sony, each of which can also charge 4 AA batteries.

Starting with the batteries, Manfrotto insists that these are not just the same old batteries with a different paint job. Available in Canon LP-E6N and Nikon EN-EL15 form factors, the batteries promise to deliver additional capacity, extra performance, and “ultimate reliability.

“The best UL approved cells have been carefully selected

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Lightroom Classic 10.0 Features Performance Improvements, Color Grading and More


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Though news started rolling out yesterday, today Adobe has officially released Lightroom Classic 10.0 which brings new controlled adjustments for shadows, midtones, and highlights in the Color Grading tool, faster editing with improved performance enhancements, real-time tethering support for Canon, and more.

Including those above updates, there are several enhancements coming to the platform today.

Color Grading

In a sneak peek at the end of September, Adobe featured a new feature coming to Lightroom called Color Grading. In today’s update, that feature is live. Lightroom Classic now offers a robust color grading tool that is akin to the

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Canon announced three new sensors, including their 250MP APS-H-size CMOS sensor


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Today Canon officially announced three new sensors, including their 250MP APS-H-size CMOS sensor:

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Canon announced three new sensors, including their 250MP APS-H-size CMOS sensor


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Today Canon officially announced three new sensors, including their 250MP APS-H-size CMOS sensor:

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Canon announced three new sensors, including their 250MP APS-H-size CMOS sensor


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Today Canon officially announced three new sensors, including their 250MP APS-H-size CMOS sensor:

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Canon has just finally released their insane 250-megapixel sensor – but it’s not for us


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Canon Japan has just announced their crazy new 250-megapixel APS-H CMOS sensor. Canon’s APS-H sized sensors sit in between its full-frame and APS-C sensors, measuring about 29.4 x 18.9mm. If you’re curious exactly what resolution 250-megapixels is, that’s a massive 19,568 x 12,588 pixels. Announced today, the Canon LI8020 sensor is actually being released later this […]

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Canon’s Quad Pixel AF patent – Maybe the sensor for upcoming EOS R1?


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Canon’s Dual Pixel Autofocus (DPAF) has been one of Canon’s biggest selling points ever since they first introduced the technology in 2013 with the EOS 70D DSLR. The technology has developed ever since, with the EOS R5 and EOS R6 cameras having some of the best AF performance available in mirrorless cameras today. But DPAF […]

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Canon Unveils 250MP Image Sensor for Surveillance, Archiving and More


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Canon Japan has just unveiled a new ultra-high-resolution image sensor for the industrial and surveillance market. The APS-H format sensor breaks new ground with a resolution of 250-megapixels… that’s 125x the resolution of Full HD, and 30x the resolution of 4K!

This isn’t the first time Canon has released an ultra-high resolution image sensor. The company showed off a 120MP APS-H chip in 2018, and regularly releases “high sensitivity” CMOS sensors that can pretty much see in the dark.

Today’s announcement is an evolution of the former: a 250MP APS-H format CMOS image sensor that can read the full sensor

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This Is a Fully-Functional 3D-Printed Canon EF to RF Tilt Adapter


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Redditor Whomstevest has designed and 3d-printed a fully-functional Canon EF to RF tilt adapter and provided the design so that you can build your own at home. The adapter allows any Canon EF lens to adapt to an RF body and features infinity focus, 7 degrees of tilt, and 180 degrees of rotation.

The adapter was printed with black ABS on an Up Mini 3D printer, with a layer height of 0.2mm and a lot of support. Whomstevest says that other materials should work fine, but adds that no matter what it should be black to prevent color

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This Is a Fully-Functional 3D-Printed Canon EF to RF Tilt Adapter


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Redditor Whomstevest has designed and 3d-printed a fully-functional Canon EF to RF tilt adapter and provided the design so that you can build your own at home. The adapter allows any Canon EF lens to adapt to an RF body and features infinity focus, 7 degrees of tilt, and 180 degrees of rotation.

The adapter was printed with black ABS on an Up Mini 3D printer, with a layer height of 0.2mm and a lot of support. Whomstevest says that other materials should work fine, but adds that no matter what it should be black to prevent color

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This Is a Fully-Functional 3D-Printed Canon EF to RF Tilt Adapter


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Redditor Whomstevest has designed and 3d-printed a fully-functional Canon EF to RF tilt adapter and provided the design so that you can build your own at home. The adapter allows any Canon EF lens to adapt to an RF body and features infinity focus, 7 degrees of tilt, and 180 degrees of rotation.

The adapter was printed with black ABS on an Up Mini 3D printer, with a layer height of 0.2mm and a lot of support. Whomstevest says that other materials should work fine, but adds that no matter what it should be black to prevent color

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Two new Canon vieo cameras registered in Russia: ML-100 and ML-105


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Canon has registered two new cameras ML-100 and ML-105 in Russia. The registration indicates new video cameras:

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Two new Canon vieo cameras registered in Russia: ML-100 and ML-105


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Canon has registered two new cameras ML-100 and ML-105 in Russia. The registration indicates new video cameras:

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Announced: Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera, EL-1 Speedlite flash, and the Powershot ZOOM


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The previously rumored Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera, EL-1 Speedlite flash, and the Powershot ZOOM are now officially announced (see the first look report here). The full press release can be found here. Pre-orders are now open at Adorama and B&H. Additional information:

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Announced: Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera, EL-1 Speedlite flash, and the Powershot ZOOM


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The previously rumored Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera, EL-1 Speedlite flash, and the Powershot ZOOM are now officially announced (see the first look report here). The full press release can be found here. Pre-orders are now open at Adorama and B&H. Additional information:

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Announced: Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera, EL-1 Speedlite flash, and the Powershot ZOOM


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The previously rumored Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera, EL-1 Speedlite flash, and the Powershot ZOOM are now officially announced (see the first look report here). The full press release can be found here. Pre-orders are now open at Adorama and B&H. Additional information:

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards Highlight Rare Animals


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Selected from over 49,000 entries globally, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition sees some of the most spectacular images of animals in their natural habitat. This year’s winner, Sergey Gorshkov, took the top honors with his image of a Siberian tigress hugging an ancient Manchurian fir tree.

Now in its 56th year, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year is London’s Natural History Museum’s showcase for the world’s best nature photography and is open to photographers of all ages. There are multiple categories ranging from age to specific subjects. The competition is title-sponsored by renewable energy company Ørsted and Leica.

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Weird monocular Canon PowerShot Zoom camera is coming to the US


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Canon PowerShot Zoom was launched earlier this year, but only in Japan. If you got interested in this weird piece of gear, it’s now coming to the US as well, and shipping worldwide. So, let’s dive in and see what you get in this strange, tiny camera. Canon PowerShot Zoom started as a concept camera, […]

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Canon EOS M50 Mark II


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Canon has announced the new EOS M50 Mark II. It features a 24.1MP APS-C CMOS Sensor and a DIGIC 8 image processor. The camera is being targeted at vloggers and content creators. According to Canon, the EOS M50 Mark II features improved auto focus capabilities, better recording options, and easier ways of sharing content. The camera … Continued

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