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Canon to Release Two More EOS R Cameras in 2021: Report


Canon Rumors is reporting that Canon has not one, but two new EOS R bodies planned for release in 2021. That’s in addition to the already-announced EOS R5 and the rumored EOS R6, both of which are expected in 2020. Unfortunately, details about these cameras are non-existent for now. It’s ...

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Intel Unveils Beastly 5.3GHz Desktop CPU for Content Creators and Gamers


Intel has finally unveiled its much-leaked lineup of 10th-generation “S-series” desktop CPUs headlined by the flagship 10-core Core i9-10900K—a beastly 5.3GHz chip that Intel is calling the “world’s fastest gaming processor.” If you’ve been following the great CPU battle of 2020, you’ll know that Intel is playing catch-up. Still stuck ...

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Tamron 70-180mm f/2.8 Hands On: The Ideal Fast Zoom For Sony?


After teasing an “in development” announcement late last year, Tamron’s all new 70-180mm f/2.8 for Sony E-mount is finally about to hit store shelves. With the release of this lens, Tamron will complete their “holy trinity” for Sony mirrorless. With a slightly reduced focal length, budget friendly price, no image ...

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Raspberry Pi Unveils 12.3MP Camera Module with Interchangeable Lenses


Raspberry Pi just upped its camera game in a big way. The charity and single-board computer maker has just released the so-called ‘High Quality Camera’—a 12.3MP camera module complete with an interchangeable lens mount… all for just $50. The official announcement was made by Simon Martin, Principal Engineer at Raspberri ...

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Adobe Launches $1 Million Community Fund to Support Creatives in 2020


Adobe has just announced the creation of a $1 million Creative Residency Community Fund for 2020. The sum, which will be made available in grants to applicants worldwide, is meant to support the creative community during this incredibly difficult and unprecedented time. The fund was unveiled yesterday through Adobe’s blog ...

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