In general, editing 150 Megapixel still imagery is very laborious. It’s truly painful to edit through an aerial shoot comprised of several thousand images. I usually resort to processing out full sized JPEGs to make it more bearable – as I have to see the images at 100% magnification to double check sharpness of each aerial as I push the low-shutter speed envelope regularly – shooting as slow a 1/8th of a second at night.
Since the release of the Sony Alpha series of cameras back in October of 2013, Sony has been on a steady pace to take over the professional camera market. But that steady takeover has come with a lot of releases. Nearly six years later, ten different came
Sony today announced Alpha 9 II (model ILCE-9M2). The latest model from Sony’s acclaimed line-up of α™(Alpha™) full-frame interchangeable lens cameras has been created specifically to support working professionals in the fields of sports photography and photojournalism.
The Fuji X-Pro 3 is the first digital camera that’s genuinely piqued my interest in a long time - and it’s not even been officially released yet. Fuji did some sort of pre-announcement presentation sometime last week, which was followed by the online phot