EOSHD on YouTube – Leica SL2 – a PR offensive but still no fix for video mode

A tale of broken promises and a resistance to fixing fundamental problems.

Is this how PR works in the camera industry? Promise a factory visit (twice), hand out a free battery grip but whatever you do, don’t fix the product!

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EOSHD on YouTube – a major Canon EOS R6 audio input problem

I recently found a disturbing issue with the EOS R6 when used with an external mic and an external USB C power supply connected to the camera.

Check it out on my new YouTube channel and don’t forget to like, subscribe, hit the notification bell and admire my amazingly dramatic thumbnail expression.

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Thoughts on Panasonic G100 – Why they got it wrong

Above: Camera Conspiracies has a point!

I’ve always been a big Panasonic shooter and no other company has done more to pioneer affordable 4K filmmaking.

However I shouldn’t let my love of Panasonic’s cameras like the GH5 and S1H blind me to the failures.

I’m afraid we need to talk about the G100.

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It’s 2019 and Apple STILL doesn’t support YouTube 4K playback in Safari, here’s the fix

Try and watch any new 4K video, trailer or camera test on YouTube in Safari – you will see 1080p or 1440p max!

Until Apple and Google stops ripping off their customers with silly codec wars, here is a solution I’ve found to get 4K YouTube videos working again in Safari.

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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

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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