Photo Geek Weekly Episode 37 – No Mirrors Needed

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On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Don is joined once again by the wonderfully geeky Steve Brazill for a discussion on new camera systems, engineering marvels of past and present, and technology that I still can’t completely fathom is possible… all related to photography and how it impacts our lives. Get ready for another fun episode!

Story 1: Canon EOS R System Whitepaper (via Canon Rumors)

Story 2: How These Former Kodak Engineers Helped Prevent World War III (via PetaPixel)

Story 3: Phase One Unveils the 151-Megapixel XF IQ4 Camera System (via PetaPixel)

Story 4: Scientists Develop a Lensless Camera That Uses a Glass Window Instead (via PetaPixel)

Picks of the Week:

Don: Panasonic Leica DG Vario-Elmar 100-400mm f/4-6.3 ASPH. POWER O.I.S. Lens – who knew a telephoto lens would be comfortable enough to travel lightly with?

Steve: Phottix Laso TTL Flash Trigger Transmitter for Canon

BONUS: Pocket Hole (band) – Spotify / iTunes

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Don Komarechka is the host of Photo Geek Weekly and Inside the Lens. From auroras to pollen, insects to infrared, much of Don’s photographic adventures reveal a deeper understanding of how the universe works. Exploring the world that we cannot see with our own eyes has been a common thread in Don’s career as a professional photographer.

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  1. Good to have you back in North America Don. By the way, several of my partners in the gallery knew/know those Kodak engineers who worked on the spy satellite project. One thing that boggles the mind is how someone made a reliable mechanical system that advanced the film, packed it in a container, attached a parachute and threw it out of the satellite. And how many times per satellite? 10… 20… ? The article said they exposed over 100 miles of film. How many satellites was that? I’d love to know more about his project. Maybe I can find a video on it. I have to go searching.

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