The Canon EOS R is no slouch when it comes to data output. With 8fps continuous burst shooting speeds the Canon R can produce a RAW image data stream of more than 250Mbps and it doesn’t stop there. Video specs are very data heavy with 4k video having an output of 480Mbps and 1080p video have 180Mbps.
To get the full benefit of the amazing data output, it may be a good idea to buy the fastest memory card for the Canon EOS R, but the card you buy will depend on how you plan on using the camera.
Use this guide to find the best memory card for your Canon EOS R.
The Panasonic LX100 II is a pocketable compact 17 megapixel micro four thirds camera with a 24-75mm f1.7 to f2.8 variable zoom lens. It shoots 4k video at 100Mbps and features a toggle aspect ratio switch to change the area used on the sensor.
The LX100 II sensor is a 21 megapixel micro four thirds sensor, but the camera only utilizes a maximum crop of 17 megapixels at any time to allow for different aspect ratios for different situations.
A complete list of every lens for the new Canon RF lens mount. There aren’t many yet, but there are third-party lenses coming and we should see some more variety very soon.
When I first started testing memory cards in my GoPro Hero 7 Black, the first thing I noticed was the camera got very hot and record times were getting cut short. Usually about 20-30 minutes. I would get no prompt, no message, nothing, recordings would just stop.
It seemed when just sitting my cool room, the max record time I could get with a GoPro Hero 7 Black at 4k60 was about 30 minutes.
There has been a lot of discussion around the Fujifilm X-T2 vs the Fujifilm X-T3 regarding low light performance and dynamic range.
For my tests, I waited for Adobe Lightroom to support the X-T3 since that is what most people use. I did not want to use some funky software to put out bogus results for the sake of being first to the scene.
So here we are, tests from Adobe Camera Raw.
If you are on the fence about which lens to buy, the Fujifilm 23mm f1.4 or the Fujifilm 23mm f2, this comparison will guide you through the differences between the two. I also share my personal take on which lens I prefer and for what since I find them both useful, but for different situations.
If you’ve been using third-party batteries and you shoot with the Sony A7III or A7rIII and upgrade to the latest firmware 2.0, you may experience some issues.
Here is what happens.
GoPro again switched up their lineup with the Hero 7 Black, Silver and White cameras. Each camera is tuned a little bit differently, some with completely different hardware which means they will all have slightly different issues when it comes to memory cards. You can’t just buy any memory card you want with GoPro cameras.
I’ve tasted all the most popular memory cards and even the fastest memory cards in the GoPro Hero 7 black as well as the 6 and 5.
The GoPro Hero 7 is the most friendly camera towards various memory card brands to date, however, it was overheating when I tested it with cheaper cards.
The Fujifilm X-T3 has had a few upgrades compared to earlier models which have a significant impact on memory card performance. That is 4k 400mbps 10-bit internal H.265 recording.
If you want to get the best memory card performance with stills and video in the Fuji X-T3, there are only a few great cards that I recommend. Use this guide to find the best memory cards for the Fujifilm X-T3.
When I first started using Aurora back in 2017 it really felt like the beginning of something awesome. Like the baby alien that just burst out of Kanes chest in the first Alien movie, it took off running doing all these mysterious things behind the scenes.
The little creature continued to grow while occasionally popping out for an update here and there. It was exciting and still powerful, but we only got to see hints of what this beast would become. Finally, with the launch of Aurora HDR 2019, it’s true form has been revealed as the perfect landscape devouring monster.