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23 March 2022

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at Kansas, Ukraine, Danish Siddiqui, apples, a double exposure effect, firmware updates, 100-Mp 35mm sensors, an estimate and the Mac Studio's removable SSDs.

  • Thom Hogan advises Don't Bet on Firmware Additions, especially if (like him) you have "a list of over 40 things that need addressing in firmware on the Z9," not to mention "another two dozen feature requests."
  • Lloyd Chambers worries about the Challenges of 100 Megapixels in 35mm Format, listing a few concerns about the inevitable.
  • Craig Oppenheimer prices Still Life Images for Pharmaceutical Client for unlimited use for two years. "Right from the start, we were told that they have a budget of $15,000, so my goal was to account for all necessary expenses while making sure that the fee for the photographer was appropriate for the usage," he writes.
  • Andrew Cunningham takes on the task of Explaining the Mac Studio's Removable SSDs. As others have documented, the Studio won't boot if you replace its SSDs, so they aren't upgradeable. But there's a reason, Cunningham explains before detailing how Mac SSDs work.

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