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Developers of custom Canon DSLR firmware "Magic Lantern" take the first step towards a full release with a simple "Hello, world!" string.
It's Sunday evening, and you're probably getting ready for bed — so why not watch this fantastically creepy video that drops a beat to the splanchnic rhythm of some of the most alien-looking microorganisms you've ever seen?
The first real-world photo and video samples from the Canon 5D Mark III are starting to show up around the internet. Perhaps the most impressive improvement over the Mark II is its high-ISO performance for video and photos.
Jason Bognacki hacked a vintage 1919 Contessa-Nettel Piccolette to fit onto the mount of his Canon 5D DSLR. The resulting images are very impressive, especially considering the optics are 93-years old.