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Show Notes:

Week in Review (AKA in case you missed it)

Last Sunday I posted on Facebook this status

“1531 vs 840. Guess?”

The answer – The number of shots I took with the Sony vs the Canon at last weekend’s wedding! That says a lot. It is a VERY capable camera and I am happy with the performance. Full review coming soon.

Commlite Vs Metabones review

First thing I change video

http://photorec.tv/2015/09/tamron-has-announced-a-pair-of-full-frame-f1-8-primes/  Preorder (on B&H) in Sony A, Nikon F, and Canon EF mounts. 35mm and 45mm each for $599

Note: 70D Magic Lantern doesn’t have FPS override

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdxdZtX6opc (Bearly escaped with their lives)


Canon 35mm + Canon vs. Sigma discussion

GOTT Gear on the Table

GH4 has returned, no longer a cracked LCD but the paper that returned with the GH4 – “This camera has been abused” Yikes, so harsh.

Rocket Blowers are good at removing sensor dust.

See my sensor dust?



Automatically remove distracting objects http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S44/06/19O11/

Amazon gives you a free year of storage with any camera or photo product costing more than $50. – Click for more details.

Instagram Now Supports Landscape and Portrait Format Photos

Here’s Why Instagram Chose to Break the Frame

Peak Design Releasing Lens Changing System to Kickstarter Backers First

Photo Mythbusters: How Much Do UV Filters Actually Protect Your Lenses?

^ We’ve had similar articles the last couple weeks but it’s still interesting to watch the video

CERN Photowalk 2015

Eagle takes drone out of the sky


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  1. I think the Sony a7R II is over-priced; image the depreciation remorse. Also, if you compare the density of both sensors, the Canon T6s works out to be 38.4MP at full-frame compared to Sony a7R II having 42MP; that’s pretty close.
    On the other hand, the Canon 5D Mark IV is 28MP full-frame? That’s much less dense than the T6s. What’s up with that?

    • Density comparisons really only work well when talking about similarly designed sensors. The Sony with it’s BSI sensor is quite impressive. Depreciation is an issue but this camera is going to cost less than the 5D Mark IV will and my money says the 5D Mark IV isn’t going to have 1/2 the technology. We also don’t know for sure what the Mark IV will have for MP yet.

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