Global shutter M-mount camera announced with eye-opening smartphone “hotlink”

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This new French camera has a few very noteworthy ideas behind it.

First of all, it does away with a mechanical shutter to bring the cost down and instead has a global shutter CMOS sensor. Global shutter of course avoids the kind of distortion and banding you get from a rolling shutter. It has the advantage of being completely silent compared to an electronic shutter.

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Top 6 videos on EOS R with combined 2 million views and not a single mention of the rolling shutter in 4K

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With an increasing number of customers relying on YouTube for expert consumer advice, is it any wonder Canon continue to sell more cameras than Sony and Panasonic?

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EOSHD TV – Episode 1 – Photokina 2018

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It was a great occasion to enjoy some of Photokina with Dave Altizer. This video was an experiment in many ways, to plant a seed for more EOSHD YouTube content. I hope you enjoy the start of EOSHD TV, and let’s see how it goes in the future when I rope more unlucky people in front of the camera and come up with more content (the channel won’t just be interviews).

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The absolutely mega Olympus E-M10 III – Oversampled 4.6K no crop 5 axis IBIS for $500!

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Want the absolute best cheap low-end camera for 4K shooting? You’re looking at it.

I think the E-M10 III at $500 might just be the best value for money 4K camera now available, but it’s easy to lose sight of that. With the recent price race to the top, I’m starting to wonder how monied you have to be. A certain “DSLR video” blog currently features an Alpa cage on a Hasselblad H6D 100C! Anyone got a spare $40,000?

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