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Sony a9 III
The Sony a9 III is the latest in the series of high-speed cameras that was the first to bring Stacked CMOS technology to the mirrorless camera market. The new model is the first full-frame mirrorless camera to offer a truly global shutter: one where all its pixels are read out simultaneously.
This means the a9 III doesn’t need a mechanical shutter, since the sensor can do everything a mechanical shutter can do, and more. While this isn’t everything the a9 III offers, it underpins much of what sets it apart from the other sports cameras on the market, so that’s where we’ll start.
Why is the Peak Design Everyday Backpack so widely used? A snazzy design? Exceptional utility? A combination of both? After testing one, it’s clear why this bag deserves every accolade it’s received.
The new Wacom One 12 pen display, now in its second generation, offers photographers an affordable option to the mouse or trackpad, making processing images easy and efficient by editing directly on the screen.
For photographers who need advanced photo editing options, Pixelmator Pro for macOS offers layer-based editing, machine learning-powered adjustment and selection tools, and features such as Denoise and Super Resolution. It’s also affordable.
The Peak Design Out Front pairs with the brand’s line of Everyday smartphone cases and makes for a convenient action cam bike mount, too.
Peak Design’s newest Camera Cubes allow you to turn any pack or bag into a camera-carrying accessory. If you want a bag that doesn’t look like a camera bag or prefer to make your own DIY solutions, they’re worth a look.
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Around $1000 is increasingly becoming the entry point for modern interchangeable lens cameras. We look at what you can get for your money, and which we think is best.
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