Magic Lantern is a firmware modification that gives Canon SLRs extra bells and whistles. Now, the hack can pull out RAW video from one of Canon's older models.
The transition to CMOS image sensors in professional medium-format cameras takes its second big step after Phase One's IQ250 arrived in January.
It's not the video-optimized powerhouse a lot of indie filmmakers have been hoping for, but based on our field testing of the 60D it seems like a worthwhile successor to the 50D. With T2i-quality video, updated autofocus and metering systems, and an articulated LCD, there's plenty here for prosumers to like at a decent price.
A special 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who will be filmed and broadcast in 3D on BBC HD and at the cinema this November.
The X6, an SUV made impractical, is a pretty ridiculous vehicle to begin with, and the M version was even more insane. But now BMW is making a diesel version of the X6 M.
The E92 BMW M3 is dead, so why not give it a proper send off around the world's best-known toll road?
Yet another feature rears its head from the firmware modders at Magic Lantern, this time boosting the dynamic range of Canon SLRs to a whopping 14 stops.
The Canon EOS 50D is a compelling--but not necessarily a must-have--midrange dSLR choice for Canon upgraders.
A discussion of the photo quality of the Canon EOS 50D with sample images.
I've been eying every possible upgrade to my venerable Canon Rebel XT. With the 50D's new high-sensitivity sensor, this is the first time I've been seriously tempted.