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Leaked Panasonic firmware update is made official

“,”slides”:null,”currentSlideIndex”:-1,”imageViewerIndex”:null,”slideshowWidth”:590,”slideshowHeight”:442,”disableImageZoomInSlideshow”:false,”fullContent”:”TODO”}); }); Panasonic had been planning on a May 30th announcement and release of firmware updates for its GH5, GH5S and G9 models, only to have that plan foiled by a leak of the announcement in Japan today. So while you can’t download the actual firmware updates themselves until next ...

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DJI debunks rumor: Leaked 'Phantom 5' was just a custom-built Phantom 4 Pro

“,”slides”:null,”currentSlideIndex”:-1,”imageViewerIndex”:null,”slideshowWidth”:590,”slideshowHeight”:442,”disableImageZoomInSlideshow”:false,”fullContent”:”TODO”}); }); Last week, some ‘leaked’ photos and hand-drawn schematics were published online that purported to show an upcoming drone from DJI: a Phantom 5 with interchangeable lens camera and several prime lenses. The rumor was widely reported and the photos looked real enough, but DPReview has learned that those ...

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Video: There's no such thing as lens compression, it's just perspective distortion

“,”slides”:null,”currentSlideIndex”:-1,”imageViewerIndex”:null,”slideshowWidth”:590,”slideshowHeight”:442,”disableImageZoomInSlideshow”:false,”fullContent”:”TODO”}); }); We’ve been saying for years that the term “lens compression” is misleading, but Lee Morris over at Fstoppers has put together a useful video that explains exactly why this is the case, and demonstrates it with two easy-to-understand examples. The main issue with the term “lens compression” is ...

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