In this episode, we’re going to talk about an inevitable truth in photography.
Later tonight, we’re discussing an uncomfortable truth about photography. Many photographers are too scared to clean their own camera sensors. But you shouldn’t be! So, we’re going to do a live demonstration on the show. Join us!
On the Next Episode
Why Aren’t Camera Manufacturers Truly Innovating? Speculation about a new 90MP Canon EOS R5s hit the internet this week, and while this interesting, one has to wonder just how much longer the megapixel wars between camera manufacturers will go on. More megapixels are great, but it seems as though this is all camera makers are focusing on these days. When it comes to new innovations, all seems to be quiet. When will we see Canon, Sony, Nikon, Panasonic, and the rest introduce new features that really get the heart racing again? Have we reached peak camera in 2020? Join us as we discuss the unconfirmed but certainly plausible Canon EOS R5s and what new technologies we would like to see in cameras that can drive them forward. Honestly, megapixels alone aren’t doing it.
The Various Ways to Clean Your Camera Sensor: Lots of folks don’t know how to do it! Cleaning your camera sensor is scary, but it’s a breeze with the right tools. As long as you remember to be careful, you’ll be spot free! This segment will go over a few of our favorite tools. We’ll show you how to correctly clean the sensor, trust yourself, etc. We’ll also share tips on how to prevent getting your sensor dirty in the first place.
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