Configuring Dual Rear Button Focusing on the EOS R5
Dual rear button focusing is a technique available to mid- and high-end Canon DSLR and mirrorless camera users, where multiple buttons can activate the AF system using slightly different configurations. This technique allows users to rapidly adapt to changing configurations with only the press of a different button, instead of having to reconfigure the entire […]
Lenses for your RF Camera: To EF or RF EOS R5 Project Ep 6
EOS R cameras support both RF & EF lenses, but which is right for you? Are EF lenses still a good buy? Do you need RF lenses? Read on to find out.
Looking at the RF Mount form a Usability Perspective – EOS R5 Project Ep 5
An in depth look at the RF mount from a technical and usability perspective and a comparison with the Nikon Z and Sony E mounts.
Configuring Multi-Rear Button Focusing on Canon DSLRs
Canon’s high-end DLSRs give users a lot of control over the AF system’s configuration and activation. This is how mine is setup to be as flexible and powerful as possible.
A Engineering-eque Ramble on Image Stabilization
A engineering-esque discussion on image stabilization. While the marketing is just a number, in reality it’s more complicated.
EOS M5: ISO Noise vs. Effective Resolution
A look at the effects of noise on effective resolution for Canon’s EOS M5 across the ISO range. The results are, surprising to me, quite good.
An Investigation into Canon AF Performance
Overall AF performance is a combination of the lens and camera. This article takes a look focus performance for some Canon lenses and bodies from the last 10 years.
5D mark 4 & EOS R: ISO Noise versus Effective Resolution
I look at the effects of noise on effective resolution for Canon’s EOS 5D mark VI’s (and by extension the EOS R) sensors across the ISO range. I’m even a bit surprised at the results.
The Evolution of Camera UIs Part 2 — Canon’s Modern Film and Early Digital SLRs
In the first part of this series, I looked at some of the theoretical aspects of UI design and some of the bigger picture concepts. This time, I’m going to look at the evolution of Canon’s film SLR UI as it developed into their earliest DSLRs and how those designs became the stepping stones for […]
The Evolution of Camera Interfaces Part 1 – Foundations
Part 1 of the a multi-part series on the evolution of the interface of DSLR and mirrorless cameras. This part focuses on the theoretical and philosophical design philosophies rather than specific cameras and changes.