On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Ant Pruitt joins to discuss limit-pushing technology, a new Android-powered camera from Zeiss, NASA’s latest achievement celebrated in pictures, Adding autofocus to vintage lenses via LiDAR and… liquid-filled lenses? All this and more – thanks as always for listening!
Story 1: Canon’s ISO 4 million multi-purpose camera was used to record fluorescent life in the Amazon (via DPReview)
Related: 12V Thermoelectric cooler kit – as per Ant’s inquiry.
Story 2: Report: Zeiss’ full-frame Android-powered ZX1 camera to be released on October 29, cost $6K (via DPReview)
Story 3: NASA shares photos captured by its OSIRIS-REx spacecraft during its 6-second stay on an asteroid (via DPReview)
Story 4: This External LiDAR Device Can Add Continuous Autofocus To Any Camera (via PetaPixel)
Story 5: Lomography introduces panoramic camera with liquid-filled lens (via DPReview)
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Bonus: A water droplet image that Don shot recently during a virtual workshop:
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