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EOS R3 Updates: Canon Teases More Photos and Specifications

Canon has revealed additional details of its upcoming EOS R3 professional camera along with a set of new images. The company states that the camera will feature a vari-angle rear LCD and offer a host of video features. Photos of the rear of the camera also reveal a very large viewfinder eyecup.

Canon Adds Video-Focused Firmware Updates for 1DX Mark III, R5, R6

Canon has released a set of updates to the EOS 1DX Mark III, R5, and R6 that improves the experience of all three cameras, and give especially the R5 additional video features. The update includes the addition of Canon Log 3 on the R5, as well as a low bitrate recording option on all three cameras.

Does Shooting Video on Medium Format Make Any Sense?

Medium format has become far more accessible to more people than it has ever been in the past, and that includes the ability to shoot video on the giant sensors. In this 9.5-minute video, Photographer Jay P. Morgan looks to find out if shooting RAW video on medium format is something you should even do.

Nikon Unveils 3D LUT for N-Log Video, Will Charge for ProRes RAW Update

Nikon made two major announcements for video shooters today. First, they released a dedicated (and long overdue) 3D Look Up Table (LUT) for the flat N-Log profile, making it much easier to post-process video footage from the Z6 and Z7. And second, they quietly announced that the long-awaited RAW video update for the Z Series will not be a free firmware update.

Apple Goes After RED Over Key RAW Patent

Back in May, Apple quietly filed a legal petition to try and invalidate a key patent by cinema camera maker RED, and RED is not taking it lying down. The patent in question describes RED's "REDCODE" codec for visually lossless, compressed 4K video at 23fps and aboveā€”one of the patents at the very core of RED's history as a company and camera maker.