Which is better: Bill Miller or Unity Photography Lights?

The team behind the Unity Photography lights have released a new video highlighting the differences between the two products, with Miller lighting the camera with his Canon PowerShot G5.

Miller also has a unique take on the way Unity Photography works, which can be seen in the video below:We’ve embedded the video above to show you the difference between the Unity Photographers and the Canon PowerSensors.

Both cameras have a built-in LED light meter which measures the amount of light in the frame.

Unity uses the same technology as Canon and Panasonic cameras to show how much light is in the scene, and it also includes an adjustable shutter speed which is set to one second in either direction.

It also uses the Canon Digital Touch sensor to record the light, which we think is a great way to save battery life and reduce image noise.

However, Miller doesn’t have the same high-quality image quality as the Canon system.

Unity has a 4K resolution, whereas Canon uses the 1080p resolution that is often found in professional cameras.

This is why you can see in the footage above that the Unity is taking more of a “stainless” image when shooting with a Canon camera.

Unity also uses a more limited amount of pixels per square inch, and so you’ll notice a less-than-stellar quality in your photos.

The difference between Unity and Canon is more pronounced when you’re shooting in RAW mode.

This means that you’ll see a difference between images taken with Unity and images taken using Canon, but we wouldn’t recommend shooting in this mode.

It can be difficult to capture images that are both sharp and clear, and Unity is just too expensive for us to recommend it for professional photographers.

We’re also glad to see that Canon has included a built in RAW preview in both Unity and the PowerSENS camera.

You can use the preview to test out your settings and then upload the RAW file to a Canon compatible website to compare the two cameras.