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Canon EOS R reviewer is loaded with nonsense opinions

Two weeks after Nikon introduced 2 mirrorless cameras, Canon introduces 1 mirrorless camera – ten years after competitors launched the mirrorless revolution in photography. Canon’s offering is missing many features that have been available for years from those “second-rate companies” whose products are not “serious” and “credible” says the Canon fan boy reviewer.

Great suggestions for those thinking of doing drone photography

The link below goes to a great article. But I add tip #0 – make sure you are in an area where you can legally fly a quadcopter. Many enthusiasts live within 5 miles of airports and cannot legally fly unless they drive considerable distances. They may also find that there are restrictions at their destinations – no flying in National Parks or National Monuments and many state parks also prohibit...

 8K 3D VR 360 Pro camera introduced for $5,000

While 3D TV has vanished, VR 3D is now a growing market. The Insta360 Pro 2 is, obviously, marketed at professional applications, not consumers. 3D VR 180 cameras are more likely to be used by consumers due to their simplicity of use and not having to post process to remove the photographer from the scenes. Source: Insta360 Pro 2 is a VR Camera with Six Cameras for 8K 3D 360 Video

Lenovo Mirage Camera With Daydream VR180 Review 

This is a very nice set up – its a Daydream VR viewer but it can also be used to shoot VR 3D. The “nauseous” problem this reviewer experienced is because he had no understanding 3D shooting. “Tempted by the small size of the Mirage, I had often treated it like a point-and-shoot camera, and recorded quick and short clips everywhere, sometimes even while walking around. Wearing a headset, most of...

New UK drone restrictions start today #Drones #Quadcopters

Camera drones must stay at least 150 feet away from people All drones weighing more than 250g must be registered with the government All drone pilots must pass a drone safety test before allowed to fly Drone pilots must use “safety apps” to plan their flights “Recreational drone users must: Always keep the drone within sight Keep 500 ft away from crowds and/or built up areas, if your drone is equipped...