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Camtraptions Unveils New PIR Motion Sensor for Wildlife Camera Trapping


Camtraptions, the brainchild of wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas, has released the latest infrared motion sensor in its line-up. Used for wildlife camera trapping, these sensors activate a camera should an animal move past it. Camera trapping works by placing a camera outdoors, with flashes positioned around, where animals may be passing by. The ...

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Here’s How One Photographer Cured His Sony a9 Overheating Bug


After the highly anticipated Sony a9 began landing in the hands of photographers, there were some reports of the camera displaying its overheating indicator icon after short periods of use in ordinary environments. Israeli photographer Senya Alman came up with a clever way of keeping his own a9 cool: he ...

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Going Open Source to Make Your Own Loupedeck Alternative


There is an extremely talented landscape photographer called Thomas Heaton whose YouTube videos I find very instructive and entertaining. Recently he featured a new product he was sent to try out: the Loupedeck, a physical console that lets you control Lightroom (the main software I use to sort, catalog and ...

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