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Investigating the Canon R5 Heat Emission

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ADDENDUM: I should have mentioned in the text, all testing was done at 73°F (22.75C) ambient temperature.  Lots and lots of people are talking about Canon R5 heat cut-offs. The discussions range from technical discussions about heat generation, cooling methods, and firmware protocols to strident conspiracy theories. I only know a little bit about heat: Electronics […]

Repairing the Fuji GFX100

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The Fujifilm GFX 100 vs Salt Water Teardown

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So today is “Every Dark Cloud Has a Silver Lining Day.” The dark cloud involves a Fujinon GFX100 medium format camera that went out on rental, got used in a dive housing, and ‘suddenly died for no reason.’ Except on further investigation, well, maybe it got a little wet, but just a bit, but it […]

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The Great Flange-to-Sensor Distance Article. Part II: Photo Cameras

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If you’re a photo shooter, chances are you didn’t read Part I of this series on Cine Cameras. If you’re at all interested in the methodology, you should give it a glance, because I’m not going over that again. Today I’m going to just talk about photo bodies and what we found measuring flange-to-sensor distance.   Well, how did […]

Flange to Sensor for Cine Lenses

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The Great Flange-to-Sensor Distance Article: Part 1 — Cine Cameras

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Part 1: EF and FE Mount Cine Cameras Consider, if you will, the fate of Poor Ben. Unbeknownst to Poor Ben, Aaron and I had started experimenting with measuring the flange-to-sensor distance of various video cameras, since we found that it varied more than, well, more than we had thought it should vary. We spent […]

24-70mm Field Curvature Article

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Practical Use of Field Curvature: 24-70mm Zooms

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We’ve done a pretty good introduction to the field curvatures of 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 85mm prime lenses. We made a little bit of comparison with bargain primes and zoom lenses at 35mm. This post is going to assume you are familiar with those previous posts. (Yes, I know the reality is most people read […]

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