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Business Tips How to Start a Photography Business: Creating the Business Plan, Part III
By Pye Jirsa on October 16, 2018
In certain ways, photographers are like race car drivers. No, not particularly fit or fearless, but in that we drive...
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News & Insight The Science Of Film & Digital Sensors | An Intro To How They Work & Why It’s Practically Important To Know
By Kishore Sawh on April 16, 2018
You don't need to be an engineer, but there's much to learn that you could use.
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News & Insight Rolling Shutter (That ‘Wobbly’ Effect In Your Video) | What it is, Why It Occurs, & What’s Next
By Kishore Sawh on July 2, 2017
Perhaps one of the more pervasive and lingering issues with modern digital sensor tech...
Insights & Thoughts Electronic Shutter Vs. Mechanical Shutter | Pros & Cons
By Justin Heyes on March 23, 2017
In the heydays of film, there was only one kind of shutter, the mechanical shutter....
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Gear & Apps Leica’s Sensor Manufacturer Announces 8K Global Shutter CMOS Chip
By Bing Putney on November 11, 2016
Cmosis has introduced a sensor with an unprecedented combination of capabilities.
News & Insight Canon Announces New Global Shutter With Higher Dynamic Range
By Justin Heyes on August 31, 2016
Perhaps the most exciting plans Canon has released in years.
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Featured Projects See A Shutter Mechanism Movement Captured At 10,000 FPS | Eye Opening
By Kishore Sawh on February 3, 2015
It's incredible to see how much is going on in your camera that you may take for...
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Insights & Thoughts Scientists At MIT Figure Out How To Record Audio From Seeing Vibrations With A Camera
By Kishore Sawh on August 5, 2014
Incredibly, MIT scientists have figured out a way to use a camera, even a regular DSLR,...
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Inspiration New Sony Patent Aimed At Eliminating Rolling Shutter
By Anthony Thurston on July 14, 2014
The bane of DSLR video has always been the rolling shutter effect, but a new Sony...
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