Attention All Budding Photographers!

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As all our regular readers will know only too well, we like to have a bit of fun here at  Young Academic HQ on a Friday. Whether it be through one of our great festival guides, music interviews or even our ever popular infographics; we know that too much student and education news can get a bit much even for the most studious of you.

Today, we have a great video produced in collaboration with Clifton Cameras and containing the thoughts of David Parry. David is a product consultant at Canon UK, one of the most prestigious camera outfits out there. This content could well be of interest to any of you guys studying, or  thinking of studying photography or any related course at college or university.

In particular, this video discusses the brand new EOS 5DS and 5DSr cameras, kit that many of you may use when out and about capturing your award winning photography! There are some really pertinent questions being asked. Take a look for yourself and be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments below. This is not the first piece of content we have published in collaboration with these guys, who really seem to be a rising force in the world of photography.

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