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Опубликовано: October 31, 2023 в 8:49 am


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At MatterHackers, we take pride in offering the largest selection of 3D printing filament available. From our affordable MH Build Series filament, to our professional-grade PRO Series filament, you can find any material, like PLA, ABS, NylonX, PETG, TPU, TPE, Flexibles, Polycarbonate, and more! Along with our industry-proven brand of filament, we also carry other top-notch materials from ColorFabb, Taulman3D, NinjaTek, Ultimaker, 3DFuel, and more.

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3D Printer Filament

PLA Filament

The most common filament, PLA is a great go-to material for its ease of use.

ABS Filament

ABS is a durable material perfect for projects that need strength.

PETG Filament

PETG is a strong, reliable material that is great for end-use parts.

Nylon Filament

Nylon and Nylon Composites for strong, functional 3D printed parts.

Quantum Dual-Color PLA

Mind-bending, dichromatic PLA that works on every printer

Support Filament

Dissolvable and breakaway support materials for dual extrusion 3D printing.

MH Build Series Filament

MH Build Series filament is designed and priced for every maker

MH Build Series PLA

The #1 Selling PLA Filament at MatterHackers.

MH Build Series ABS

An affordable 3D printing filament meant for every maker with projects that require durable and temperature resistant parts.

MH Build Series PETG

An affordable, low-cost PETG filament intended for producing tough and sturdy 3D printed parts.

MH PVA Support Filament

MH PVA Support Filament is a dissolvable support material for dual extrusion parts.

PRO Series Filament

When reliability and consistency counts, be a PRO.

PRO Series PLA

PRO Series PLA is intended for producing professional, high quality, 3D printed parts.

PRO Series ABS

A formulation intended to help your prints stand out with a beautiful, glossy, opaque finish.


Temperature resistance and fantastic visual performance with translucent colors

PRO Series Tough PLA

Strong like ABS and much easier to use – it’s the best material for reliably printing functional prototypes.

PRO Series Flex

All the benefits of flexible filament together with improved strength over other flexible filaments

PRO Series Nylon

The strength and durability of Nylon now in vibrant colors.

PRO Series Ryno

Excellent at bridging and retraction to keep your parts clean with minimal post-processing.


The durability of Nylon combined with the stiffness of carbon fiber


Glass infused nylon for strong, functional prints

Metal 3D Printing Filament

Print with real metal on your desktop 3D printer.

Carbon Fiber Reinforced PLA

Carbon Fiber reinforced PLA adds more strength and rigidity compared to regular PLA.


With several varieties available, ColorFabb filament is consistent and reliable.

ColorFabb Fill Series

PLA filaments infused with wood, metal and glow-in-the-dark particles for eye-popping prints.

ColorFabb PLA/PHA Series

A unique 3D printing filament tougher and less brittle than just PLA.


High quality and industry-leading flexible materials.

PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol)

Polyvinyl Alcohol, a water-soluble support material that dissolves away in a water bath to leave only your perfectly printed part.

Polymaker Filament

Browse all filament collections from Polymaker!

Polypropylene Filament

Polypropylene (PP) is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic filament used to produce durable and lightweight prototypes through Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF).

Protopasta PLA Blends

PLA filaments blended with metal, wood and glow-in-the-dark materials for cool print effects.

PRO Series TPU

Strong yet bendable filament that has excellent layer to layer bonding.

Taulman 3D

High-strength nylons and engineering-grade materials for functional 3D printing.

UltiMaker ABS Filament

Get beautiful, glossy prints with Ultimaker ABS filament

UltiMaker CPE Filament

Get high impact strength and chemical resistance with Ultimaker CPE

UltiMaker Materials

High-grade filament for any 3D printer from Ultimaker

UltiMaker Nylon Filament

Get impact and abrasion resistance with UltiMaker Nylon filament

UltiMaker PLA Filament

Highly versatile, easy to print and available in a variety of colors.

UltiMaker Polycarbonate Filament

3D Print molds, tools, and functional Prototypes with Ultimaker PC

UltiMaker TPU Filament

Get qualities of rubber and plastic and resistance with Ultimaker TPU

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From ASA to exotic colors, Fillamentum provides a quality 3D printing experience.

3DXTech Filament

Explore advanced manufacturing filament from PEEK to ESD-safe materials.


Metallic filament and unique composites make Protopasta 3D filament stand out.


3D printing materials from the creators of the industry-leading All-metal v6 HotEnd.

PRO Series Breakaway Support Material

Provides fast, easy, and clean mechanical breakaway for 3D printed parts.

AprintaPro Filament

3D printing filament with great layer adhesion that produces excellent parts.

Kodak 3D Printing Filament

A wide range of 3D printing materials with a focus on color and quality.


Consistent and reliable 3D printing filament for entry-level 3D printing.

BASF Ultrafuse 316L Metal 3D Printing Filament

Reliable metal manufacturing for industrial applications – right from your desktop 3D printer.

FiberForce Pantone (R) Certified PLA

Browse a selection of Pantone® certified colors.

UltiMaker Tough PLA Filament

The ease of PLA printing with the impact resistance and stiffness of ABS.

Kai Parthy Lay Series

Browse unique and experimental 3D printing materials.

DSM 3D Printing Filament

Engineering-grade, advanced 3D printing materials for industrial production.

Engineering Grade Filament

High-temperature and advanced materials used in several industrial applications.

MakerBot 3D Printing Filament

Rigorously tested for quality, and optimized for Method Printers.

Fillamentum ExtraFill PLA Series

An excellent baseline PLA that prints amazingly well.

Fillamentum Extrafill ABS Filament

Premium ABS Filament with a wide variety of vibrant colors.

Fillamentum Crystal Clear PLA

An incredible line of semi-transparent, colored materials.

Fillamentum FlexFill TPU

Flexfill is rubbery and elastic, making it impact, oil and abrasion-resistant.

Fillamentum Vertigo Series

Vertigo series reflect light and create awesome, eye-catching prints with flecks of gold, silver and blue.

Fillamentum PVC Vinyl Filament

Fillamentum PVC Vinyl Filament

Fillamentum ASA

A rugged weather-resistant material that is much more resistant to UV light.

Fillamentum TimberFill PLA Series

Made from a PLA base with wood particulate, Timberfill gives you 3D prints that look like they were carved from wood.

Fillamentum CPE

Fillamentum CPE

Dow OBC 3D Printer Filament

Strength and Flexibility in One Easy-to-Print Material

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Browse Raise 3D selection of 3D printing filaments

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Kodak Nylon 3D Printing Filament

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Kodak Flex 98 3D Printing Filament

Kodak Flex 98 3D Printing Filament

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Kodak PLA Tough 3D Printer Filament

Kodak PETG 3D Printer Filament

Kodak PETG 3D Printer Filament

Kodak ABS 3D Printing Filament

Kodak ABS 3D Printing Filament

BASF Ultrafuse 3D Printer Filament

Industrial grade filament for technical and engineering level 3D printing.

BASF Advanced Specialty Materials

Sophisticated, advanced materials created by the world’s leading chemical company.

Clearance Items – Materials

Filament and resins at reduced prices for great savings.

Metallic 3D Printing Filament

Browse real stainless steel metal filament and metal composites

Guides & Articles

How To Succeed When 3D Printing With PLA Filament

Discover the best practices for 3D printing with PLA filament – from finding the right temperature, to which surfaces to 3D print on, this step-by-step guide will help you succeed with 3D printing PLA.

How To Succeed When Printing With ABS

ABS filament is a versatile material that’s a great option for when you need your 3D-printed parts to be strong and heat-resistant. Learn how to print this material like a Pro in this in-depth guide.

How to Succeed when 3D Printing with PETG Filament

This in-depth guide provides everything you need to succeed when printing with PETG filament. Embrace the fantastic properties of durable and easy to print, PETG filament!

How to Succeed with 3D Printing Metal on a Desktop 3D Printer

The time is here to explore easy and affordable metal 3D printing. 3D printing with real metal on a desktop 3D printer is now possible using Ultrafuse Metal 3D printing filament from BASF Forward AM.

How To Succeed When 3D Printing With Nylon

Learn how to 3D print Nylon like a pro. Nylon is a stronger and more durable alternative to PLA or ABS and easy to 3D print with using these Tips and Tricks.

How to Succeed when 3D Printing with TPU and Flexible Filament

Let’s take a look at what makes flexible filaments easier to print and how you can add flexible filament to your 3D printing material toolbox.

How to Succeed with NylonX

NylonX has quickly become one of our favorite filaments for strong, durable, and ready-to-use parts. Here’s an in-depth look at Nylon X, and some printing tips to get the most out of this great new material.

How to Succeed When 3D Printing with MH Build Resin

Make SLA resin 3D printing easier with this helpful detailed article on how to successfully fine-tune photopolymer resin to your 3D printer.

How To Succeed: 3D Printing with Nylon and Nylon Composites

Nylon and nylon composites perform exceptionally well in a variety of uses, it just takes a gentler touch to print it successfully.

How To Succeed When 3D Printing With ASA Filament

Follow this step-by-step guide to learn how to print with ASA, the perfect material for any outdoor projects.

About 3D Printer Filament

What is 3D printing filament?

3D printing filament is a thermoplastic, or polymer, that melts when heated and is extruded through a nozzle layer by layer to create a three-dimensional object. After the filament is extruded, it cools and becomes the surface the next layer is deposited on top of.

3D printing filament is sold in spools ranging in weight from 0.5 kg to 10 kg. It comes in two diameters; 1.75mm and 2.85mm.

The most commonly used filaments are PLA and ABS. Both have advantages for different applications.

What types of filament are there?

Below is a chart showing the more common types of filament, along with their transition temperatures, bed temperatures, and ideal printing surfaces.


Common Transition Temps

Common Bed Temps

Printing Surface


205±15 °C

40±15 °C



230±10 °C

90±10 °C

Glass with ABS slurry or kapton tape


245±10 °C

60±10 °C

Blue painters tape or bed adhesive


255±15 °C

70±10 °C



250±10 °C

90±10 °C

Hairspray, bed adhesive


250±15 °C

110±10 °C

Packing tape or polypropylene


230±10 °C

50±15 °C

Glass, painters tape


235±10 °C

70±10 °C

Glass with kapton tape or hairspray


290±20 °C

130±15 °C


PVA Support

180±20 °C

45±10 °C

LayerLock PEI

Breakaway Support

210±10 °C

50±5 °C

LayerLock PEI

HIPS Support

230±10 °C

50±10 °C

Glass with kapton tape or hairspray

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Google pixel on sale: Best Google Pixel Deals: Save on the Pixel 7 Pro and More

Опубликовано: October 31, 2023 в 8:49 am


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Best Google Pixel Deals: Save on the Pixel 7 Pro and More

Google’s latest phones are among some of the best around and right now you can save some money when picking up a Pixel phone. If you’re already deep in the Google ecosystem, using Gmail, Google Calendar, and the rest, you’re probably already set to go all-in. But make sure to check out the deals that are on offer before you place any order.

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are the latest in Google’s flagship lineup, and they’re great choices if you already use Google services to help organize your life. There’s also the previous-gen Pixel 6A, which recently had its starting price reduced by $100, and the new Pixel 7A, which is our favorite budget-friendly Android phone. Plus, there’s the new Pixel Fold, Google’s first foldable device, which is now available for preorder. 

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If you’re having a hard time deciding which Pixel model will work best for you, we’ve compared the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro to their previous-gen counterparts, with a full breakdown of their specs and performance. If affordability is your top priority, you’ll probably want to opt for the budget-friendly Pixel 7A or the even cheaper previous-gen Pixel 6A.

Pixel 7 and 7 Pro deals

The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro hit shelves back in October of last year, and you’ll find them in stock and available at most major retailers and carriers. There are tons of offers out there, whether you’re looking for an unlocked model, have an older device to trade in or are in need of a new service plan through a carrier. 

Pixel 7A deals

Watch this: Pixel 7 vs. Pixel 7A: How Do the Specs Stack Up?

The Pixel 7 (left) and Pixel 7A (right)

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CNET’s Lisa Eadicicco reviewed the recently released Pixel 7A and found it has many of the same features as the Pixel 7, saying that “it has the same Tensor G2 processor as the Pixel 7, a new 64-megapixel main camera and a 6.1-inch screen just like its predecessor.” But it’s available at a lower price than the other models in the Pixel 7 lineup. And right now you can snag even more savings. Here are the best deals you can get on this new device. 

Pixel Fold preorder deals

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Samsung’s unique foldable phones are about to have some competition with the new Google Pixel Fold. Announced earlier this year at Google’s I/O developer conference, the Pixel Fold will feature a 5.8-inch cover screen, a 7.6-inch OLED internal screen, 12GB of RAM, a next-gen Tensor G2 processor and an intimidating $1,799 starting price. The phone hasn’t officially hit shelves yet though, so you’ve still got a little time to take advantage of these preorder offers. 

Pixel 6A deals

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CNET’s Lisa Eadicicco originally called Google’s affordable Pixel 6A the “best Android phone under $500.” It’s slightly smaller than the full-size Pixel 7, and features a 6.1-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 60Hz. It’s equipped with 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM, which is slightly less than the standard Pixel 7 has, but is still more than sufficient for most people’s needs. It also boasts 5G capabilities and support for Wi-Fi 6 for lightning-fast browsing. Since the release of the new Pixel 7A, Google has dropped the starting price of this previous-gen model by $100, so it’s already a solid value at just $349. And we’ve rounded up some of the best deals and offers out there so you can pick one up for even less.

Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro deals

The previous-gen Pixel 6 is almost two years old at this point, and it’s getting pretty tough to find new models in stock. But if you’re committed to snagging one of these older flagship phones, Amazon still has a few available that you can pick up for hundreds less than the original price. Google no longer carries the Pixel 6 and most retailers and carriers have shifted their offers over to the newer Pixel 7 models, so this is just about the only deal you’ll find out there at the moment. 

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Google’s Pixel phones are among the best Android phones you can buy. They’re affordable, pack excellent features, and offer something for all phone users. Right now Best Buy is offering some of the best Pixel deals of all time. 

Currently, you can get the Google Pixel 7 (128GB) for $349 at Best Buy. Although it’s an unlocked phone, you’ll need to activate it during the checkout process in order to snag this deal. Nevertheless, it’s one of the cheapest Pixel 7 deals of all time. If you don’t want to activate your phone immediately, Amazon has the Pixel 7 on sale for $549 with no activation required at time of purchase. It’s the second-best price we’ve seen for this phone. (Just like Best Buy, Amazon has all Pixels currently on sale, albeit for a few bucks more than Best Buy’s prices). 

Retailer Pixel 7 deals

Google Pixel 6a: was $449 now $249 @ Best Buy
Best Buy is offering an unlocked Google Pixel 6a at its lowest price ever. In our Pixel 6a review, we called Google’s phone the best sub-$500 phone on the market. It offers bright display and better performance than its closest Android rival, the Galaxy A53. Amazon offers it for $299.

Google Pixel 7 (128GB): was $599 now $349 @ Best Buy
Lowest price! Google’s Pixel 7 comes with an excellent dual camera system, a bright and colorful 6.3-inch display, and a powerful and smart Tensor G2 chipset. In our Pixel 7 review, we called this phone an amazing value that costs hundreds less than the iPhone 14 or Galaxy S23, yet delivers pretty much everything you could want. It’s one of the best values in smartphones and a highly-desirable handset for photography enthusiasts. Amazon offers it for $549.

Google Pixel 7 Pro (128GB): was $899 now $599 @ Best Buy
Lowest price! The Pixel 7 Pro features a stunning 6.7-inch QHD display with a 120Hz refresh rate, some of the best cameras we’ve ever tested — including a 5x telephoto zoom — and Google’s very best software tricks that you can’t get on any other Android. In our Pixel 7 Pro review, we called the Editor’s Choice phone Google’s best phone ever with amazing cameras, a powerful Tensor G2 chip, and brighter display than previous Pixels. Amazon offers it for $749.

Carrier Pixel 7 deals

Pixel 7: $10/month w/ unlimited  @ AT&T
New and existing AT&T customers can get the Pixel 7 for $10/month with unlimited. You’ll also need to pick or upgrade to an eligible unlimited plan to get this deal. The phone features a 6.3-inch 90Hz OLED display (2400 x 1080) and Tensor G2 chipset. You also get 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, 50MP (f/1.85) main camera lens, 12MP (f/2.2) ultrawide lens, and 10.8MP (f/2.2) front lens.

Google Pixel 7: free w/ new line @ Verizon
Verizon is offering the Pixel 7 for free when you open a new line. Additionally, you’ll need to be signed to an eligible unlimited data plan. (This offer excludes Verizon’s “Welcome” data plan). Nevertheless, it’s an excellent deal from Big Red.  

In our Google Pixel 7 review, we noted that the phone builds upon the success of its predecessor thanks to “stellar cameras and a more advanced Tensor G2 chipset.” We also labeled it the “best Android phone for photography.” Of course, this shouldn’t come as a huge surprise the Pixel range has made a name for itself as the smartphone to beat when it comes to taking high-quality photos. Although, in other areas such as performance and battery life, the Pixel 7 does lag behind the iPhone 14 and Samsung Galaxy S23. 

Meanwhile, the Google Pixel 7 Pro supercharges what was already a very nifty smartphone. In our Google Pixel 7 Pro review, we said declared it “the ideal follow-up” to the excellent Pixel 6. We were also impressed by its refined design, and impressive new zoom features. As always with a Pixel phone, the camera array is the scene-stealer here, and are a huge part of the reason we rate the Pixel 7 Pro as “Google’s best phone yet.” 

You can’t go wrong with either the regular Pixel 7 or the souped-up Pixel 7 Pro, especially as both are at their lowest prices ever right now. Alternatively, if you’re loyalties lie on the iOS side of the fence, but sure to check out our full rundown of the best iPhone deals for discounts on the flagship iPhone 14 as well as older models. 

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New details about the upcoming flagship Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro have been revealed thanks to information from insiders. Referring to anonymous employees of the company, Chinese media published the characteristics of the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro displays, as well as talked about technologies that should improve the consumer properties of future new products compared to their predecessors.

Read more Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro display specs leak online →

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Android 13

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Google has released the Android 13 June Update (QPR3) for Pixel and Pixel Watch smartphones, including security updates. This update brings a number of new features and improvements.

Continue reading June Pixel Feature Drop for Pixel Smartphones and Pixel Watch: What’s New →

Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro,


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Details about the cameras of the upcoming Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones have emerged. So, the company no longer intends to use the outdated Sony IMX363 sensor.

Read more What cameras will the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro have? →

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A few weeks ago, Google I/O announced features that could make Android devices more useful, safer, and more interesting. They will be introduced throughout this year as part of regular updates to ensure your devices continue to improve between annual releases of new OS versions.

Today we’re announcing new updates and features to help you learn new skills, stay productive on the go, and protect your information. Here’s what you need to know about Wear OS phones, tablets, and smartwatches.

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Pixel 8 Pro, News

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A video about the Google Pixel 8 Pro has appeared on the network, the presentation of which is expected in the fall. The video reveals interesting features of the device.

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How to order Pixel 6 from USA

October 19, 2021 Google introduced the new flagship smartphones Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. From this article, you will learn how to deliver a gadget from the USA to Russia, and what is remarkable about new smartphones.

In today’s world, the iPhone has long ceased to be the one and only premium smartphone. However, in Russia, many still prefer Apple gadgets. Not surprisingly, in the updated Google sales program, Russia is not on the list of countries where the new flagship Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be officially sold.

However, there have been significant changes in Google’s key markets. If in the past smartphones of the corporation were hardly available outside the official store, then in 2021 Pixel 6 will appear at all major US retailers. Pre-orders for the new gadgets have already been announced by Amazon, Best Buy and B&H.

One of the advantages of the new generation of Google smartphones is the price. The cheapest Pixel 6 with 128 GB of internal memory costs $599. The price of a smartphone with 256 GB is $699. The older model, the Pixel 6 Pro, also costs $899, $999, or $1,099, depending on the amount of internal storage.

The smartphone went on sale on October 28, 2021 in all stores. To buy and safely ship the Pixel 6 from the US, you need the help of the Parcel. Register on our website and get a free address in the tax-free state of Delaware. At this address you will place orders in any American online stores. After registering purchases at the Parcels warehouse, you arrange the delivery of things from America to Russia.

US stores selling Google Pixel 6


This time, the Internet giant was among the retailers that officially sell the Google Pixel 6. At the time of writing, pre-orders were only available for the younger model in all three colors and in versions with 128 GB and 256 GB of internal memory.

Pixel 6 Pro pre-order hasn’t been announced yet (same as Google web store), but product card already exists. Most likely, the top version will also be sold on Amazon.


Obviously, the prices for the new Pixel 6 smartphones are the same in all US stores, so B&H does not compete with Amazon. The B&H online store, with rare exceptions, allows you to make online purchases from Russia. Pre-order for the junior modification is also available, and you can find out about the appearance of the senior modification via e-mail, if you fill out the appropriate form on the site.

Best Buy

Best Buy is not one of the stores where you can easily make purchases from Russia. However, through the Buying Help service, you will be able to purchase the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones at Best Buy as well.

Google Official Store

The official Google store is not always loyal to buyers from Russia. Some customers of Banderolka manage to purchase gadgets on the site. However, most often the company refuses to send devices to the address of the mail forwarder.

However, we recommend that you check the availability of purchases in the official Google store, as the site has unique promotions not found in other retailers. At the time of this writing, ordering any version of the Pixel 6 was free with the Pixel Buds A-Series wireless headphones.

Advantages of Pixel 6 smartphones

The new generation of Google smartphones is radically different from all previous ones, primarily due to the use of the original Tensor chip. Google specialists in the presentation explained the advantages of the new SoC technology for a long time. In short, the smartphone has become smarter in all key respects.

Pixel 6 camera

The parameter that all users of new Google smartphones will pay attention to is the new work of camera algorithms. And before, Google smartphones outperformed competitors in terms of color reproduction and night mode. Now they excel and through the introduction of new features.

The Google Pixel 6 smartphone has the Magic Eraser function, which allows you to delete unwanted objects from pictures directly in your smartphone after shooting.

Another useful feature is Face Unblur, which allows you to create a clear image of the face in real time during the shooting process if the person in the frame was moving. This is achieved by combining images from multiple cameras into one.

Perhaps for the first time, the topic of discussion in mobile photography was the accuracy of skin color reproduction in dark people. While other smartphones, incl. iPhone are trying to lighten the skin in the pictures, the cameras of the Pixel 6 are trying to capture the natural tone as naturally as possible.

Voice Recognition

The great achievement of the new Pixel 6 smartphone is the improved voice recognition function. The Google ecosystem has long provided a fairly high-quality experience through the voice interface, but in the new Pixel flagships, the use of voice has reached unprecedented heights, and not only when performing short search queries.

The Pixel 6 delivers high-quality, fast voice translation between different languages. The presentation showed an example of direct and reverse translation from English into Japanese. The speed and accuracy with which the smartphone completed the task is admirable.

Pixel 6 design

The new design of Pixel smartphones is an original and probably right decision. Instead of highlighting each camera lens, as is done on the iPhone and other Android smartphones, Google designers have chosen a different path.

Full frame mirrorless camera: The best full frame mirrorless camera in 2023

Опубликовано: October 30, 2023 в 11:08 pm


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10 Cheapest Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras in 2023

Published: June 06, 2023

Full-frame cameras have never been so affordable before, it is not even hard to find options under 1,000 USD. Here is a list of 10 Cheapest full-frame mirrorless cameras in the market followed by a size comparison (click on the image for larger version) and specs comparison:


  1. Sony Alpha A7 II – $899 AMAZON B&H PHOTO
  2. Nikon Z5 – $999 AMAZON B&H PHOTO )
  3. Canon EOS RP – $999  AMAZON B&H PHOTO )
  4. Canon EOS R – $1,399  AMAZON B&H PHOTO )
  5. Canon EOS R8 – $1,499  AMAZON B&H PHOTO )
  6. Panasonic Lumix DC-S5 – $1,499  AMAZON B&H PHOTO )
  7. Sony Alpha A7c – $1,599  AMAZON B&H PHOTO )
  8. Sony Alpha A7 III – $1,699  AMAZON B&H PHOTO )
  9. Nikon Z6 Mark II – $1,699  AMAZON B&H PHOTO )
  10. Canon EOS R6  – $1,999  AMAZON B&H PHOTO )


Size Comparison of 10 Cheapest Full-frame Mirrorless Cameras

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Specs Comparison of 10 Cheapest Full-frame Mirrorless Cameras

Model Sony Alpha A7 II Sony Alpha A7 III Nikon Z5 Canon EOS RP Panasonic Lumix DC-S5 Canon EOS R8 Sony Alpha A7c Nikon Z6 Mark II Canon EOS R6
Sensor Resolution 24. 0 MP 24.0 MP 24.0 MP 26.0 MP 24.0 MP 24.0 MP 24.0 MP 25.0 MP 20.0 MP
Announced Date 2014-11-20 2018-02-27 2020-07-20 2019-02-14 2020-08-14 2023-02-08 2020-09-14 2020-10-14 2020-07-09
Camera Type Pro Mirrorless Pro Mirrorless Advanced Mirrorless Advanced Mirrorless Pro Mirrorless Advanced Mirrorless Advanced Mirrorless Pro Mirrorless Pro Mirrorless
Sensor Size Full frame Full frame Full frame Full frame Full frame Full frame Full frame Full frame Full frame
Sensor Sensitivity ISO 100 – 25600( expands to 50 – 51200) ISO 100 – 51200( expands to 50 – 204800) ISO 100 – 51200( expands to 50 – 102400) ISO 100 – 40000( expands to 50 – 102400) ISO 100 – 51200( expands to 50 – 204800) ISO 100 – 102400( expands to 50 – 204800) ISO 100 – 51200( expands to 50 – 204800) ISO 100 – 51200( expands to 50 – 204800) ISO 100 – 102400( expands to 50 – 204800)
Lens Mount Sony E Sony E Nikon Z Canon RF Leica L Canon RF Sony E Nikon Z Canon RF
Image Stabil. Sensor-shift ( up to 4.5 stops) Sensor-shift ( up to 5.0 stops) Sensor-shift ( up to 5.0 stops) Digital only Sensor-shift ( up to 6.5 stops) Digital only Sensor-shift ( up to 5.0 stops) Sensor-shift Sensor-shift ( up to 8.0 stops)
Eye Tracking Focus
Weight 599g 650g 675g 485g 714g 461g 509g 705g 680g
Dimensions 127 x 96 x 60mm 127 x 96 x 74mm 134 x 101 x 70mm 133 x 85 x 70mm 133 x 97 x 82mm 133 x 86 x 70mm 124 x 71 x 60mm 134 x 101 x 70mm 138 x 98 x 88mm
Weather Sealing
Focus Points 117 693 273 4779 225 1053 693 273 6072
Animal Eye Tracking
Focus Stacking
Post Focus
Focus Bracket
Minimum Shutter 30 sec 30 sec 30 sec 30 sec 60 sec 30 sec 30 sec 30 sec 30 sec
Maximum Shutter 1/8000sec 1/8000sec 1/8000sec 1/4000sec 1/8000sec 1/4000sec 1/4000sec 1/8000sec 1/8000sec
Continuous Drive 5. 0fps 10.0fps 4.5fps 5.0fps 7.0fps 6.0fps 10.0fps 14.0fps 12.0fps
Max Video Reso 1920 x 1080 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160
Video fps at Max 60p,60i,24p 30p,24p 30p, 25p, 24p 24p 60p,50p, 30p, 25p, 24p 60p,30p,24p 30p,25p,24p 30p, 25p, 24p 60p,30p, 23.98p
Video Formats MPEG-4, AVCHD, XAVC S MPEG-4, AVCHD, XAVC S, H.264 MPEG-4, H.264 MPEG-4, H.264 MPEG-4, H.264, H.265 MPEG-4, H.264, H.265 MPEG-4, XAVC S, H.264 MPEG-4, H.264 MPEG-4, H.264, H.265
Battery Life 350 610 470 250 440 290 740 410 360
Battery Model NP-FW50 NP-FZ100 EN-EL15c LP-E17 DMW-BLJ31 LP-E17 NP-FZ100 EN-EL15c LP-E6NH
RAW Video
Anti Flicker
Microphone Port
Headphone Port
Weather Sealing
Screen Type Tilting Tilting Tilting Fully articulated Fully articulated Fully articulated Fully articulated Tilting Fully articulated
LCD Size 3. 00″ 3.00″ 3.20″ 3.00″ 3.00″ 3.00″ 3.00″ 3.20″ 3.00″
Screen dots 1230000 921600 1040000 1040000 1840000 1620000 921600 2100000 1620000
Touch Screen
Viewfinder Type Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic
Viewfinder Coverage 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Viewfinder Magnification 0.71x 0.78x 0.8x 0.7x 0.74x 0.76x 0.59x 0.8x 0.76x
Viewfinder Resolution 2,359,000 2,360,000 3690000 2,360,000 2,360,000 2,360,000 2,360,000 3,690,000 3,690,000
Selfie Friendly Screen
High Resolution Mode
AF Joystick
Gyro data Stabilization
Vehicle Tracking
Live Composition
Price Amazon, B&H Photo Amazon, B&H Photo Amazon, B&H Photo Amazon, B&H Photo Amazon, B&H Photo Amazon, B&H Photo Amazon, B&H Photo Amazon, B&H Photo Amazon, B&H Photo


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Carry less, shoot more. Welcome to the world of Fujifilm mirrorless digital cameras

Inside every DSLR is a large mirror that allows us to see directly through the camera’s lens when using the viewfinder. This mirror swings up out of the way when we shoot a picture, so light can reach the camera’s sensor, and then lowers back down afterwards, which adds more size and weight to a DSLR camera.

Mirrorless cameras don’t need this bulky optical viewfinder mechanism, letting photographers compose photos using an electronic viewfinder (EVF), or on a viewscreen as you would with a compact camera or smartphone. This results in a much lighter and smaller camera body.


  • Look through an electronic viewfinder (EVF) and you’ll see the image exactly as you are about to capture it. Colour, depth-of-field, brightness and dynamic range can all be previewed as you compose a shot.
  • What you see is what you get! With 100% viewfinder coverage you’ll be able to compose more accurately.
  • FUJIFILM X Series cameras boast electronic viewfinders with up to 2.36-dot resolution, for fine detail and superb clarity.
  • Virtually no viewfinder ‘lag’, for a responsive and natural shooting experience.
  • Photographers who like to have the option of shooting with a traditional optical viewfinder should look at the FUJIFILM X-Pro2 and FUJIFILM X100F cameras. Both of these mirrorless cameras have hybrid viewfinders that swap between electronic and optical modes with the flick of a switch.


  • The movement of the mirror in a DSLR causes additional vibration, which can translate into camera-shake blur that spoils sharpness. Without the mirror, there are fewer vibrations and less chance of blur when you inspect an image for critical sharpness.
  • Being smaller and lighter than DSLRs, mirrorless cameras are also easier to hold still when shooting.


  • There’s a saying in photography: ‘The best camera is the one you have with you’. With the FUJIFILM X Series, you don’t have to compromise on image quality in order to get a more portable camera.
  • Mirrorless cameras aren’t just good for saving space in your bag; they’re also less intimidating in the eyes of your subjects. Small cameras are more discreet than DSLRs when shooting pictures, meaning you can take more natural and candid shots.
  • Lenses in the X Series line-up are significantly smaller than those you’d buy for a DSLR. They offer incredible quality, too, and features such as Optical Image Stabilisation.


  • There’s little difference between the speed with which DSLRs and mirrorless X Series cameras focus. However, some of our cameras can be fine-tuned for different forms of moving subject – great for sports, action and wildlife photographers.
  • Focusing with mirrorless cameras is accurate, too. Autofocus (AF) is performed with the same digital sensor that captures the image, so there’s no discrepancy between what you see and what you get. Our X Series cameras are equipped with up to 325 AF points and can be set to focus on faces automatically – perfect for shallow-focus portraiture.


A: Mirrorless cameras use smaller batteries than DSLRs to help with portability, and it’s true that smaller batteries don’t pack as much charge as larger units. But this means that smaller batteries are more affordable and you’ll have more room in your bag for spares. You’ll also still get hundreds of shots from a single battery charge.
Some X Series cameras have an accessory battery grip that extends shooting time by using more than one battery at a time. For instance, the VPB-XT2 Vertical Power Booster for our XT-2 camera adds two extra batteries, for up to 1,000 shots.


A: Yes, FUJIFILM X Series cameras offer ISO sensitivities up to ISO 12,800, which can be expanded to ISO 51,200. Many XF lenses also feature Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) and large apertures, plus you’ll find mirrorless cameras lighter to hold than DSLRs, which helps reduce blur from camera shake.


A: Cameras such as the FUJIFILM X-T2 are ready to shoot in 0.03sec after you flick to power switch – that’s less time than it takes to raise it to your eye. Mirrorless cameras from our X Series range have become the tools of choice for many street and candid photographers who rely on their responsive handling to capture a decisive moment.


A: Increasingly so, yes. From weddings to travel to documentary to portraiture, you’ll find lots of professional photographers who have ditched their DSLRs for Fujifilm mirrorless cameras. Check out some of our Fujifilm X-Photographers to see what these machines can do in the hands of a seasoned professional.











Top Full Frame Cameras 2021 | Reviews | Photo, video, optics


The end of the year is the time to take stock. We will not stand aside and analyze what 2021 has added to the pedigree of photographic equipment. So if you are planning to upgrade your arsenal, trying on the first camera and want to choose the best full-frame camera (and full-frame cameras are always a high price tag, and you can’t miss the choice), or just curious about the latest photo news, the material below is for you.

How to choose a full-frame camera

The electronic viewfinders of mirrorless cameras show the image according to the selected shooting parameters. Source:

1. SLRs or mirrorless cameras

SLR cameras got their name due to the mechanism of the movable mirror. It is needed so that the frame can be seen in the optical viewfinder window. Reflected from the mirror, the light enters the viewfinder. When the shutter is pressed, the mirror moves out of the way of the light flux so that it can fall on the camera’s matrix. Due to the size of the mechanism, SLR cameras are destined to be heavy. In full-frame mirrorless cameras, the light flux is directed directly to the matrix. They have fewer fragile elements, and they themselves are more compact than DSLRs. Through the optical viewfinder of SLR cameras, you can see about the same thing that the eye can see, while the electronic viewfinders of mirrorless cameras show the picture, taking into account the selected shooting parameters: shutter speed and aperture, ISO. In turn, SLR cameras have a large margin of autonomy. We wrote more about the differences between these types of cameras here.

2. Megapixels and inches

It is believed that the more megapixels, the better. This is true for the detailing of frames in large-format printing, for photos everything is not so clear.

Megapixels – this is the number of photosensitive points on the matrix, its resolution. These dots can be large and collect a lot of light, or small, capable of receiving less light, causing the image to lose brightness. It depends on the physical size of the matrix. With the same matrix size, the number of megapixels may differ. After all, to fit more megapixels in the same area, you need to reduce the size of the pixels. With equal resolution, a wider matrix will give a picture brighter and clearer.

The larger the sensor size, the brighter the picture will be. Source:

3. Matrix

We talked about the importance of the dimensions of the matrix in the last paragraph. Now let’s talk about one feature that is presented as an important feature of new cameras. This is a back-illuminated matrix. In conventional matrices, light is partially scattered, while in new matrices, due to the grinding of the substrate to a thickness of 10-15 microns, it is not. Cameras with such matrices are more expensive, they are more fragile, and when using filters that weaken the light flux, their use becomes meaningless. Back-illuminated sensors are mainly used in astronomical photography.

4. ISO sensitivity

is an indicator of the sensitivity of the camera’s sensor. He is responsible for improving the quality of shooting in the dark. ISO can be lowered if it is possible to increase the shutter speed, for example, when working with a tripod. When photographing handheld, it is better not to experiment with shutter speed so as not to get a blurry frame, and simply increase the ISO.

If a camera with a small sensor has a high ISO in the indicators, it does not matter, since such a matrix is ​​not able to capture enough light without noise.

5. Dynamic Range

This is the camera’s ability to recognize and capture the light and dark details of a scene at the same time. The wider the dynamic range of the camera, the better. Measured in exposure steps. Exposure is controlled by three components: shutter speed, aperture and ISO.

An exposure step is a twofold increase or decrease in the amount of light that hits the camera’s sensor. By understanding what an exposure step is, you can compare shutter speed, aperture, and ISO. Simply put, if you shorten the shutter speed by 2 times (by 1 step), 2 times less light enters the matrix. The picture may come out dark. To compensate for this and bring the exposure back 1 stop, either open the aperture more or double the ISO.

6. Autofocus

The best kind of autofocus is a hybrid of contrast and phase detection. Source:

Modern cameras usually use two types of autofocus: contrast and phase. The essence of contrast autofocus (it is used in both SLR and mirrorless cameras) is that the image in focus has more contrast than the image out of focus. To focus, the camera goes through different focus values, and reads in which direction the contrast has changed. This happens until the camera reaches the most contrasting position.

Phase detection autofocus originally appeared in SLR cameras. This is a construction of mirrors located under the matrix. It divides the incoming light beam in two (these parts are called phases) and reads which part of the sensor the light hit. If the object is in focus, then the light comes to the middle of the sensor. If not, closer to the center or edge of the sensor. Then the camera calculates how much the focus is wrong and in which direction it needs to be changed.

In mirrorless cameras, phase focusing has a slightly different look. Instead of a separate module for focusing, the main matrix is ​​​​used. To do this, in each pixel, the photodiode is divided into two parts, a microlens is installed above them. Further it is analyzed how much the focus missed.

Modern cameras have many smart focus modes. The mechanism can track eyes, faces, heads and bodies.

The exposure step is the distance between the available shutter speeds Source:

7. Stabilization. Optical stabilization in lenses is provided by a movable lens unit. When the camera starts shaking, this block moves out of phase to compensate for the shaking. Thanks to optical stabilizers, the camera lenses move in the lens, but remain stationary relative to the subject.

Matrix stabilization is implemented directly into the camera. This is a mechanism that moves the matrix in antiphase to the resulting oscillations.

It is best to use matrix stabilization in combination with optical stabilization. In such cases, up to 8 stops of exposure can be compensated.

Electronic stabilization is also built into the cameras. It crops the image at the edges, narrowing the viewing angle.

8. Bitrate is important for video shooting. This is the amount of data that is encoded in a shot per second. Measured in megabits per second. The higher the bitrate, the better the video quality. However, high bitrate increases file size, so you will need a larger memory card.

Top full-frame cameras

Sony A7III has in-matrix image stabilization. Source:

Below we will analyze the best and most current full-frame mirrorless cameras:

1. Sony A7III

Released three years ago, the camera is still a good alternative to other full-frame cameras, and in the secondary market it flies in an instant. The camera is based on a 24-megapixel matrix with back light. Buffer size – 89compressed or up to 40 uncompressed RAW files. The camera uses hybrid autofocus: both contrast and phase. There is eye tracking and face recognition. The stabilizer is implemented based on matrix shift. It compensates for 5 shutter speeds. The camera can shoot Full HD and 4K. The bit rate is up to 100 Mbps.

The Sony A7S III makes up for the relatively small number of megapixels with their size. Source:

2. Sony A7S III

Sony A7S III received a 12-megapixel back-illuminated sensor, as well as a large pixel, which gives a gain in dynamic range and high working ISO. The camera is well suited for shooting in low light conditions and up to ISO 6400 shows a good level of detail, devoid of noise. A five-axis stabilizer (compensates for up-down tilts, right-left tilts, up-down linear shifts, right-left linear shifts and rotation) is implemented on the basis of matrix shift.

An important advantage of the camera is the high quality of 4K shooting. When working with an external recorder, you can record a video stream of 4K 60fps with a color depth of 16 bits (ProRes Raw). When recording to a memory card, the maximum bit rate is 500 Mb/s.

The Sony A1 uses AI technology for autofocus. Source:

3. Sony A1

This camera has a 50-megapixel sensor. Can shoot up to 30 fps in 12-bit RAW format. Sony A1 can record video in 8K at up to 25/30 fps and bitrates of 200 or 400 Mbps. The stabilization system is based on matrix shift. It compensates for fluctuations in five axes, providing a gain of up to 5.5 stops of exposure.

The camera uses a hybrid autofocus system. And machine learning technologies allow you to autofocus on the eyes of people and animals, as well as track an object in real time.

Nikon Z5 allows you to record video in the UHD 4K standard at 30 frames / s, although it scales the original image by a factor of 1.7. Source:

4. Nikon Z 6II

This camera has a 24.5-megapixel sensor, hybrid autofocus and five-axis sensor-shift stabilization that compensates for up to 4 stops in shutter speed. Camera rate of fire up to 14 fps.

Buffer size is 60 RAW frames. There is eye guidance. The camera allows you to record video in UHD 4K at 30 fps.

5. Nikon Z5

Nikon’s full-frame camera has a 24.3-megapixel sensor, hybrid autofocus (face and eye detection is available), as well as in-camera five-axis stabilization based on sensor shift. It provides a gain of up to 5 steps in exposure time. Rate of fire up to 4.5 frames / s.

When shooting in RAW, the buffer is enough for 40 frames. The camera allows you to record video in the UHD 4K standard at 30 frames / s, however, while scaling the original image by a factor of 1.7.

6. Panasonic Lumix DC-S5This camera has a 24MP sensor. It implements contrast autofocus with improved detection of the head, face and eyes, as well as five-axis stabilization based on sensor shift. It provides compensation of up to five exposure stops, or 6.5 when combined with optical lens stabilization.

The camera is equipped with an omnidirectional display and a maximum video resolution of 4K UHD at 60 fps. The continuous shooting speed with single-frame focusing reaches 7 frames / s, and the frame buffer allows you to shoot in a burst for 3.5 seconds when recording in RAW.

Combined with the optical stabilization of the lens, the matrix one gives a gain of 8 stops of exposure. Source:

7. Canon EOS R6

Canon EOS R6 matrix resolution is 20 megapixels. Rate of fire up to 20 fps with electronic shutter and up to 12 fps with mechanical shutter. Video recording in 4K at 60 fps at 230 Mbps and Full HD at 120 fps at 120 Mbps.

The camera also received a touch screen, movable in all planes. Autofocus covers almost the entire frame. Five-axis stabilization based on matrix shift. In combination with optical stabilization of the lens, it gives an 8-stop gain in exposure time.

Canon EOS R5 can record video in 8K resolution. Source:

8. Canon EOS R5

Canon’s top model of full-frame cameras. The older and more expensive fellow Canon EOS R6. Their main differences are that the R5 has a higher resolution – 45 megapixels. In addition, he can write video in 8K resolution at 30 frames / s and a bit rate of 1300 Mbps, and 4K at 120 frames / s and a bit rate of 1880 Mbps. The rest of the cameras are similar.

Full Frame Mirrorless & SLR Cameras

Full Frame Mirrorless & SLR Cameras – Canon UK


Action photographer Richard Walch compares the performance of Canon’s flagship full frame cameras EOS R5 and EOS-1D X Mark III.

German boxer Alem Begich practicing a punch during training. The Canon EOS R5 combines the high resolution of the EOS 5DS with the high-speed shooting capabilities of the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III, making it ideal for capturing action-packed sports. Thanks to this, she won a place in the arsenal of Richard Walch. Taken on a Canon EOS R5 with a Canon RF 28-70mm F2L USM lens at 135mm, 1/800 sec, f/2.8 and ISO1000. © Richard Walch

Which is better, a traditional full-frame DSLR or a full-frame mirrorless camera from the Canon EOS R line? We asked leading sports photographer and Canon Ambassador Richard Walch to compare Canon’s full-frame cameras.

Richard Walch is one of the most experienced photographers in the world. He has been using Canon cameras professionally for over 25 years. Richard is known for his sailing and winter sports photography and works in the most extreme fast moving environments where there are no second chances to get a shot. That’s why he chooses the right camera for every job.

“Before I get started, I try to figure out which system is right for me,” he explains. “Canon offers a wide range of full-frame DSLRs and lenses for them. I like the quality, high durability and long battery life.”

Richard has gone from the EOS-1D X to the EOS-1D X Mark II and now to the EOS-1D X Mark III. He says the main benefit of this DSLR is that it doesn’t take a lot of getting used to, which is incredibly important when creating action scenes.

After testing the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III under the toughest conditions, Richard has given it space in his bag and takes it on missions that involve expeditions. © Richard Walch

However, Richard is the best in the business because he is always looking for new opportunities to take his photography to the next level. Now, for many projects, that opportunity is the new technology in the Canon EOS R system and its revolutionary RF lenses.

“I rely on technology to help me achieve the vision of my shots. The Canon EOS R5 definitely deserves a place in my arsenal and is a pleasure to work with,” says Richard. “When you look at the specifications of the camera and start taking pictures, you immediately realize that it has features that will allow you to expand your creative possibilities.”

“For me, spontaneous images are the best, and the EOS R5 delivers stunning full-frame shooting in an ultra-portable body. Don’t forget that Canon has been working on the EOS line of digital SLR cameras for 30 years. They are very reliable and durable. So now I have a choice.”

How does he choose? What is the difference between full-frame DSLRs and the mirrorless full-frame EOS R system? What benefits does each offer from his professional point of view, and when does he use one over the other?

How do you decide what equipment to take on a shoot?

“The most important thing for me is how much free space I have and how much equipment I want to take with me. If we compare the Canon EOS R5 and EOS-1D X Mark III cameras, the main difference will be their weight and size – the EOS R5 is much more compact and much lighter.

“For the professional photographer, the main benefit of the EOS-1D X Mark III is that it doesn’t take a lot of getting used to. Go from EOS-1D X to EOS-1D X Mark II and then to EOS-1D X Mark III? There is nothing easier. All controls have a very convenient location. In addition, the optical viewfinder allows you to establish natural contact with the subject. You seize the moment; you see a picture and take it. We’ve been using this method of shooting for decades now.”

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The EOS-1D X Mark III is the most rugged camera in the Canon EOS line-up, and its powerful battery lasts for days of shooting. That’s why I always choose the EOS-1D X Mark III for expeditions or shooting in extreme conditions.

On the other hand, when shooting in less remote areas or in less challenging environments, I choose the EOS R5 for its superior performance. This is a very powerful camera. Both cameras support 20 fps, but the EOS R5 only has this feature when using the electronic shutter, so if you need high-speed continuous shooting with flash, this feature is only available on the EOS-1D X Mark III.”

Striking multiple exposure image of a skier jumping. Taken on a Canon EOS-1D X Mark II (now succeeded by the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III) with a Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens at 1/2000 sec, f /7.1 and ISO 200. © Richard Walch

In this photograph of a tightrope walker lit only by the flashlight he carries, the EOS R System demonstrates exceptional low-light performance. Taken on a Canon EOS R with a Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM lens at 24mm, 1/500 sec, f/3.5 and ISO1000. © Richard Walch

What are the main advantages you have found with Canon EOS R system cameras over full-frame DSLRs such as the EOS 5D Mark IV?

“The EOS R5, EOS R6 and EOS R cameras deliver phenomenal low-light performance. They allow you to shoot in the dark! This is possible thanks to the electronic viewfinder [EVF] and LCD screen, as well as autofocus in low light conditions, which allow you to continue shooting after dark.

“In addition, the controls are almost infinitely customizable, which means you can quickly select the shooting mode you want. Almost any function you want can be assigned to the RF lens control ring, such as exposure compensation or ISO.

Shooting with the electronic viewfinder has been a real eye-catcher – you’ll enjoy a completely realistic image when it comes to exposure and depth of field. You will certainly spend less time browsing files to check focus and exposure. This speeds up the shooting process so much that you can fully concentrate on the subject without distractions.

Since there are no mirrors in the EOS R System camera, it offers a silent shutter mode that allows you to take pictures in situations that were previously considered difficult.

When changing lenses with the camera turned off, the EOS R5, EOS R6 and EOS R automatically close the shutter to protect the image sensor. It is ideal for capturing action scenes in dusty or snowy areas.

Impressive close-up of a speed bike at the AMC Haunstetten race track in Augsburg, Germany. Richard Walch thinks the Canon EOS R6’s compact size and light weight is definitely an advantage for some applications. Taken on a Canon EOS R6 with a Canon RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1L IS USM lens at 500mm, 1/160 sec, f/7.1 and ISO100. © Richard Walch

Are there any downsides to shooting with an EOS R system camera?

“Of course, if you’re moving from one Canon DSLR to another, you don’t have to learn anything. The cameras of the EOS R System are somewhat different and take some getting used to. But if you want to take it to the next level, you need to put in some time.”

“Mirrorless cameras tend to use up battery life faster, so if shooting time is important to you, you can bring extra batteries with you or opt for a traditional DSLR.

It is also important to consider that mirrorless cameras are equipped with an electronic viewfinder. When shooting fast action, such as car racing, when you have to turn the camera sharply to the sides, even on the EOS R5 and EOS R6 cameras, there is a slight delay in the electronic viewfinder. This is a problem that is very annoying for some photographers, but not for many.”

What about lens choices?

“Canon offers a wide range of EF and EF-S lenses for DSLRs. They can also be used on EOS R system cameras thanks to the clever EF-EOS R mount adapters. These adapters do not restrict light or change focal length like a teleconverter. The adapters are designed by the same engineers who designed the EF and RF lenses, so they deliver truly uncompromising quality and functionality.

“In fact, they’ve made it even more powerful with a control ring adapter that provides a new interface for EF and EF-S lenses. There is also a plug-in filter mount adapter that allows you to use, for example, an ND filter or a circular polarizing filter. I used the EOS R with telephoto lenses like the EF 600mm f/4L IS III USM and EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM Extender 1.4x on safari and it did the job perfectly. You can trust the adapter.”

With built-in 5-axis image stabilization, the EOS R5 is stable even when using lenses without built-in image stabilization, such as the Canon RF 28-70mm F2L USM lens pictured here. © Elias Maria

What can you say about the new RF lenses?

“The Canon EOS R System features a larger RF mount that makes a previously unattainable lens design possible. In addition, the quality of the lenses is truly exceptional.

I had the opportunity to test several RF lenses in action. The Canon RF 28-70mm F2L USM zoom lens has become my favorite. This is an L-series lens with fantastic quality made possible by the design of the RF mount. I like its versatility and the shallow depth of field that comes with opening down to f/2. It’s just magical.”

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“It’s quite heavy, but it can replace three prime lenses. If you normally use 28mm, 50mm and 85mm lenses, you can leave them at home and only use this zoom.

“For example, a wedding photographer might take one camera and one zoom lens. They will work faster and be completely silent.”

“If you’re looking for compact, affordable gear, the combination of the small, lightweight Canon RF 35mm F1.8 Macro IS STM and RF 85mm F2 Macro IS STM lenses is the perfect fit. In addition, there is a trio of professional zoom lenses – Canon RF 15-35mm F2.8L IS USM, RF 24-70mm F2.8L IS USM and RF 70-200mm F2.8L IS USM – that can be supplemented with specialized models, including the incredibly versatile Canon RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1L IS USM lens.

“A range of fast RF lenses, such as the Canon RF 50mm F1.2L USM, proves that the EOS R System delivers high performance in low light. It allows you to work with really shallow depth of field. And the optical design is so good that they can be used with the maximum aperture. You don’t have to stop to get clear images. Of course, at full aperture, the depth of field is so shallow that you need precise autofocus.

Richard used the EOS R to photograph German tightrope walkers on the northwest coast of Ireland for the One Inch Dreams project. The team performed death stunts, so there was no way to retake shots, but thanks to the EOS R System’s low-light autofocus, every shot of Richard came out right the first time. Taken on a Canon EOS R with a Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM lens at 1/640 sec, f/5.6 and ISO640. © Richard Walch

How is autofocus different?

“The EOS-1D X Mark III offers an impressive autofocus system that is ideal for shooting sports and action scenes, but when developing the EOS R5 and EOS R6, engineers have gone to great lengths to make autofocus even better. And in fact, the magic of these two cameras lies in the eye recognition technology, which works on both humans and animals. She’s incredible.”

“All three devices have a built-in deep learning autofocus system that analyzes hundreds of thousands of different images. Therefore, when the camera sees a snowboarder, she understands that he is wearing a protective helmet and goggles. She knows how to act in such cases and what should be in focus. It works even when the eyes are hidden by glasses. And if the athlete turns away, the focus still remains on the helmet. It’s just incredible technology.”

Richard is known for capturing action-packed scenes in all conditions, such as this photograph of a horse race taken from an unusual angle. Taken on a Canon EOS-1D X Mark II at 1/2500 sec, f/4 and ISO250. © Richard Walch

What type of camera is best for recording movies?

“This is a difficult question to answer as each camera has its own advantages. It’s amazing that the EOS R5 can internally record in 8K 12-bit RAW and 10-bit 4:2:2 in a small size, something that was absolutely impossible before. The EOS-1D X Mark III is larger and more durable. Its battery life allows you to shoot longer in 4K RAW or 8-bit 4:2:2.

If you want to shoot in 4K at 120 fps, the only camera you can do is the EOS R5. The EOS-1D X Mark III and EOS R6 only support 4K up to 60fps, while the EOS R and EOS 5D Mark IV only support 4K up to 30fps.

“It doesn’t matter if it’s a mirrorless camera or a DSLR. Unlike the EOS-1D X Mark III, the EOS R5, EOS R6 and EOS R cameras allow you to shoot from different angles with ease thanks to the adjustable-angle touch screen. These models feature Dual Pixel CMOS AF for smooth, precise focusing when recording video, but touch AF is easier to use on the EOS R’s tilting screen.

The EOS R5, EOS R6 and EOS-1D X Mark III are also powerful video cameras with their advanced autofocus system and touch display. The ability to focus on your subject with a single tap on the rear screen is incredibly useful when you’re shooting alone.

What is your ideal combination now?

Before the introduction of the EOS R5, the EOS-1D X Mark II was the go-to camera for action sports, and the EOS R was seen as the go-to solution for parties where you need to be fast and stealthy while still working in low light.

When I go to the mountains, the weight of the equipment becomes one of the main criteria, and now my ideal combination was the EOS R5 camera with an additional battery grip that allows you to work longer without recharging, and a trio of professional RF f/2. 8 zoom lenses . For portraits, I go for the Canon RF 28-70mm F2L USM, and if I want to get creative, I add two other amazing lenses from this range, the Canon RF 50mm F1.2L USM and the RF 85mm F1.2L USM.

When durability and longevity are most important, I use the EOS-1D X Mark III. However, the EOS R5 and EOS R6 are very powerful cameras, especially considering their weight and size. Therefore, these two cameras are ideal for you if their advantages are important in your work, and also if you are trying to use the most advanced technologies.”

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A full-frame mirrorless camera that opens up new creative possibilities for photographers and videographers. “It delivers amazing full-frame shooting quality in an ultra-portable body, and it’s loaded with features that let you expand your creative options,” says Richard.

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Canon EOS-1D X Mark III

The Canon EOS-1D X Mark III delivers class-leading performance with a highly sensitive 20.1 MP full-frame CMOS image sensor, deep learning autofocus, and support for shooting video in 5.5K RAW. “When it comes to shooting action scenes, it’s hard to beat,” says Richard. “Lightning fast autofocus even at 20 fps so you never miss a shot.”

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Canon RF 28-70mm F2L USM

This lens is 28- 70mm at f/2 delivers the superb image quality of a fixed-lens lenses. The f/2 aperture, which is maintained throughout the zoom range, allows you to capture stunning images in low light. “An L-series lens with fantastic quality made possible by the new RF mount design,” says Richard.

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Canon RF 70-200mm F2.8L IS USM

This zoom-object 70-200 mm with a diaphragm f/2. 8, as well as a quick and silent nano USM focus technology and image stabilizer with an effect, image stabilizer. equivalent to 5 shutter speeds, will be small and light, but still a full-fledged “workhorse” for photographers and videographers.

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Canon EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM Extender 1.4x

Professional 200-400mm f/4 lens with built-in 1.4x extender that extends focal lengths to 280-560mm. A 4-stop Image Stabilizer ensures maximum sharpness. Intuitive controls for ease of use.

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Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM

A constant maximum aperture of f/2.8, Large Diameter Dual Surface (GMo) lenses, and Advanced Air Sphere and Subwavelength Coating make this possible. premium ultra-wide-angle zoom lens for exceptional image quality even in low light.

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Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM

This super-wide-angle, straight-line zoom lens has minimal distortion throughout the zoom range and captures the world around you from incredible perspective. The build quality of the L-series will keep you going even in difficult weather conditions.

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Canon EF-EOS R Mount Adapter

EOS R system adapters provide full compatibility with Canon EF and EF-S lenses, giving Canon EOS R5, EOS R6 and EOS R owners who already own a DSLR camera EOS, the ability to use existing lenses. According to Richard, the EOS R System cameras support EF and RF lens communication protocols by default, so they are compatible with models from both lines.

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    On the turbo-charged streets of Los Angeles, every night is a championship race. With nitro-boosted fury,br/Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), rules the road, turning all his challengers into dust. He and his rival, Johnny Tran (Rick Yune) are the boldest, the baddest and the best. Now, there’s new rage on the road. They know he’s tough, they know he’s fast, but what they don’t know is that he’s a speed crazed detective (Paul Walker) with enough drive and determination to come out the winner. With intense full-throttle action, awesome high-speed stunts and full-on pedal-to-the-metal intensity, The Fast and the Furious puts you in the driver’s seat and dares you to exceed all limits.

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There was no plan for Owen Shaw or his backstory in Hobbs & Shaw

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw – the first of potentially many Hobbs & Shaw movies and Quick Releases – not really included the first Shaw character introduced in the franchise, so where is this Shaw (Luke Evans’ Owen Shaw) and what was he doing during the events of this movie? Last week we traveled to Shaw’s hometown to experience the family’s lifestyle (including driving a McLaren 720S by Deckard Shaw) to celebrate the release of Hobbs & Shaw on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand to find out more.

This question about Owen Shaw’s absence from the first movie to delve into his family is the single biggest confusion for fans of the Fast & Furious franchise, a series that has become very – let’s say creative – with its continuity. Characters seemingly die and then come back, others who come back disappear without explanation, and sometimes a character kills another and everyone pretends it didn’t happen. All of these inconsistencies seem to have to do with the Shaw family, who learned more about their mysterious origins in Hobbs & Shaw, as well as multiple scenarios for future stories.

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I spoke to Hobbs & Shaw director David Leitch, who was in a position to publicize Universal Pictures Home Entertainment’s spin-off launch, and tried to get as much information as I could on Owen’s whereabouts, but in truth, at least for Leitch there was no blueprint for this character or how he fits into the family story.

Rob Case: I heard you talk on a podcast about the reason why Owen Shaw, played by Luke Evans, is not in this movie, where you said that since there are already a lot of characters – you represent Hattie (Vanessa Kirby ) – there was really no place for Owen . What do you think Owen is doing during this movie?

David Leitch: (laughs) I don’t know. I didn’t mean the backstory of Owen’s character or where he was. But I’m sure he’s doing something in the Queenie Show universe, and he could pop up at any point in this world. For sure.

Of course, Queenie is the matriarch of the Shaw family, Magdalene Shaw (Helen Mirren). Last week, we also spoke to franchise storytelling architect Chris Morgan, who has been writing for the series since Tokyo Drift, and he was able to suggest at least teasing the future.

“I think we are, again, a world that is expanding. We have a lot of stories that we’re going to tell and a lot of interconnected characters. I would just say I’m a big fan of this character.. Just wait.”

Morgan is a fan of Luke Evans’ character and has hinted that fans should look forward to his return. With the Fast & Furious universe expanding into spin-offs and taking deeper dives with certain characters, we expect Owen to appear in future Shaw stories and maybe even the main Fast series.

For context, Owen Shaw appeared as the primary antagonist of 2013’s Fast & Furious 6, where he, as we learn, hired Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), whom we all thought was dead after the events of the fourth entry in the franchise, simply called Fast & Furious. She inexplicably survived, but lost her memory. The House of Toretto and his “Family” eventually defeated Owen, nearly killing him. In the Fast & Furious 6 post-credits sequence, we meet Owen’s brother Deckard (Jason Statham) who kills Khan in a moment of calculated revenge – tying the main series to the events of Tokyo Drift and setting up Furious 7.

Deckard then served as a villain in Fast & Furious 7 before reluctantly becoming an anti-hero of sorts in a pivotal Fast 8 where he returns – along with his fully alive and capable brother Owen – to team up and help Dom save his child. This film introduces the Shaw brothers’ mother, Queenie, for the first time. We learn that the whole family seems to be British intelligence or elite special forces.

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