"Here's Why Autofocus for RF Lenses Isn't Available on RED Komodo Yet. At least not without an EF to RF adapter." – so with an EF to RF adapter ... RF lenses will work on KOMODO? (=
"it uses a mirror behind the sensor to achieve the results" – that's how DSLR's work really?
So is it "simply a matter of turning on the protocol" or "companies have to reverse engineer the mount to take advantage of the autofocus"?
Journalism turned into copy-pasting and no analysis ... by the way, not only autofocus doesn't work. Nothing works. Aperture, IS, control ring. Considering that the first tease images had Canon RF lenses on the KOMODO, something changed. Either reverse engineering turn out too hard or legally impossible. Such a pity, was looking forward to this camera because of the RF, but because of the way they handled bringing the news of lack of the support tuned a lot of people away.
Another hysterical non-scientific article on the topic. How is it going "Kill Us All" if not everyone is susceptible to this virus in the first place, and 80% of those who can get sick are not just fine, but also completely asymptomatic?
"I don't want to catch the coronavirus. I just don't." – you probably mean the novel one aka new one. The good news is that most of the people either can't catch it or won't notice catching it because of other corona viruses we interact with on the course of our lives.
Looking forward to theaters reopening. By the way "reopening" is written without "-".
They have also required a lot of users to change passwords this week, this is the explanation I got from support: "For security reasons, we recently manually reset many account's passwords".
As for the whole 60% for exclusive creators 40% for the rest change ... surely does not motivate to go for pond5 exclusivity (=
Relax, probably has something to do with licensing archive TV footage or music.
You also should keep in mind that before creating new solutions (crane in this case) no one has showed them a video like this. So in a way you're closer to their condition to create something innovative.
It was stated that “industrial specification” drones were used. Has nothing to do with following regulations – it was done on purpose to harm people (edit: BBC news says Police suspects environmental activists). So yeah, thanks for projecting this onto videographers with the narrative and Phantom image at the top.
You don't post about Vimeo "accidentally" deleting old videos that were over newly introduced 5GB/lifetime limit, increasing price and introduction of ads, no ways to resolve copyright issues but taking down videos and channels, not working stats system yet this feature no one asked for makes it to news.