Gannon Burgett

Gannon Burgett

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Lives in United States Lansing, MI, United States
Works as a Writer/Photographer
Has a website at www.ekleptik.media
Joined on Nov 9, 2018

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Tenba launches new Ridged Lens Capsule line, two new Gear Pouches

Tenba has unveiled a collection of products to help keep lenses, cables, batteries and more safe and organized when traveling and shooting.

Palette update brings its physical editing interface to Capture One on MacOS

Palette Gear has announced an update to its modular, physical editing interface that lets MacOS users now use their palette with Capture One 11 and 12.

Lensrentals tears down Canon's 50mm F1.2 RF lens to reveal new optics, tech and surprises

Lensrentals Founder Roger Cicala set aside some time to take apart Canon's new 50mm F1.2L RF lens and in doing so revealed a number of interesting discoveries.

Sigma announces pricing and availability of its 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Sport lens

Sigma says its 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Sport lens is set to hit shelves by the end of December 2018 at a retail price of $1,499.

Kipon announces five 'Elegant' F2.4 prime lenses for Canon RF and Nikon Z mounts

The new 'Elegant' lens series includes entirely manual F2.4 lenses in 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 75mm and 90mm focal lengths.

GoPro moving production of U.S.-bound action cameras out of China, cites concerns over tariffs

GoPro announced Monday morning that it plans to move production of United States-bound cameras out of China, citing tariffs concerns.

Video: What is DX encoding and how did it become an industry standard in the analog age?

Azriel Knight of the YouTube channel This Old Camera explains the history of DX encoding.

Sony removes a7/R III firmware version 2.0 from its website, says it's 'working on the issue'

Sony has removed the ability to download firmware version 2.0 for its a7 III and a7R III mirrorless cameras from its website.

Canon patent shows off EOS M speedbooster-style adapter for EF lenses

A new patent from Canon lays out the schematics for a speedbooster-style adapter for mounting Canon EF lenses onto EOS M cameras, but with a variable baffle to reduce the risk of flare.

Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board is asking visitors to stop geotagging photos

The Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board has started a campaign asking visitors to stop geotagging their specific locations when visiting Wyoming's national parks.