On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Don is joined by Jeff Harmon to discuss the highest resolution camera sensor in a telescope, what will hopefully be the end of our coverage on the heat issues with the Canon R5, improving frame interpolation in slow framerate video and the joy of finding unobtrusive ways to get a film camera to shoot digital. All this and more – thanks for listening!
Story 1: Researchers capture 3,200MP image using future telescope camera (via DPReview)
Story 2: Lensrentals tears down the Canon EOS R5 and finds interesting sealing and thermal flow (via DPReview)
Related: Lensrentals Did a Proper Heat Emission Test on the Canon EOS R5 (via PetaPixel)
Story 3: This AI Can Transform Regular Footage Into Slow Motion with No Artifacts (via PetaPixel)
Story 4: This Guy Converted His Nikon FM Into a Digital Camera with a Custom Sensor Cartridge (via PetaPixel)
Picks of the Week:
Don: Yasuhara Nanoha Macro Lens 5:1 for Micro Four Thirds – with reservations. It’s not for all uses – very short working distance!
Bonus: Full resolution test image taken with lens. Resolving power is on par with more expensive lenses. Just that darn working distance…
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