Photo Geek Weekly Episode 74 – Sensors and Censors

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Photo Geek Weekly Episode 74 - Sensors and Censors

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Don Komarechka is joined by the amazing Larry Becker to geek out over sensor technology we haven’t seen before, the state of social media and free speech, new offerings in the medium format realm and a redux of what celebrities think of copyright. A cerebral discussion, and one I’m glad you’re listening to!

Story 1: Canon U.S.A. Announces New 120 MP Ultra-High Resolution and 2.7 MP Ultra-High Sensitivity CMOS Sensors (via
Related: Canon CMOS Sensors for Industrial Vision

Story 2: 500px tells photo artist it once praised that his work is no longer welcome on platform (via DPReview)

Story 3: Hasselblad updates CFV digital back for V-system film cameras, produces tiny 907X body (via DPReview)

Story 4: Gigi Hadid: I Can Use a Photographer’s Photo Because I Smiled (via PetaPixel)

Picks of the Week:

Don: Kenko extension tubes – turn a non-macro lens into a macro lens, or turn a macro lens up to 11!

Larry: Hoodman HoodLoupe plus Hoodman retractable lanyard

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About Author

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.


  1. I’m inspired by your VERY CREATIVE WORK. Thank you. I’m 79 years old – getting back into photography after a 40 year lapse. Thanks again.

    • Thanks so much for the compliments Don! Photography from 40 years ago to today is an entirely different thing – embrace the change and always stay creative! 🙂

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