Have you been in a situation looking for your next SD card, comparing different brands and models, and trying to choose the best for your needs? Then you realize that on some of the SD cards you see the speed in MB/s, on others you see it with the “x-rating” (like 633x, 1000x, 2000x). Furthermore, some cards have shown the speed class number (usually nowadays it is C10), and some have a U1 or U3 sign. Some are marked with SDHC, and other SDXC I or SDXC II. And some cards have V30, V60 or V90 on them… So what do all these numbers mean?
Today Skylum finally released the long awaited version – Luminar 4. Pre-orders have been available for several months, but we are finally able to download the full final version. You can buy a new copy or upgrade your existing version of Luminar using the link here.
Luminar 4 offers revolutionary tools and AI technologies, bringing new heights to photo editing. Some of the main features are:
AI Sky Replacement
Replace the sky to change the mood of your photo — instantly. Thanks to intelligent algorithms, this challenging task is now automated. We have previously wrote an article about the AI sky replacement, which you can find here.
AI Skin Enhancer & Portrait Enhancer
Enhance your portraits faster than ever with revolutionary human-aware technology. Get amazingly realistic results on portraits shot outdoors or in a studio.
Yesterday, November 14, 2019, Sony released a repair recall for one of their professional lenses – the 16-35mm GM. The f/2.8 lens was released back in 2017, and since then it stood our for it’s high build quality and sharpness.
Sony says that “some SEL1635GM FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM E-mount lenses may cause the camera to not operate correctly when the lens is attached”.
Sony “will repair your Affected Lens, free of charge, until March 31, 2023”.
Affected are lenses with serial numbers between 1800502 and 1823192 but not all lenses within the serial number range are affected.