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B&H has several bundle deals on Canon DSLRs that include the PIXMA PRO-10 printer and a 1-year subscription to Adobe CC Photo Plan. Note, this is the $700 PRO-10 printer in the bundle, not the lower-end PRO-100.
You MUST use the promo code BHWPPI16 at checkout to get the additional instant savings, which combined with Canon’s mail-in rebate makes these pretty incredible deals. [Read more…]
A little over a month ago, Canon announced its 10th anniversary celebration of the EOS 5D Series. Canon has now released a new video further celebrating the Series. [Read more…]
On August 22 this year, the original Canon EOS 5D will turn 10 years old. Leading up to the official 10-year anniversary date, Canon has kicked off a bit of an anniversary celebration of the Canon 5D line.
At the time it was announced, Canon slotted the original 5D 12.8MP full frame camera in between its prosumer EOS 20D model (at 8.2MP) and the high-end professional EOS 1Ds Mark II (16.7MP). [Read more…]
When Canon announced the new 5Ds and 5Ds R cameras, it stoked the megapixel war flames once again by thoroughly trouncing the resolution of the Nikon D810 and Sony A7R cameras, both of which offer a mere 36MP full frame sensor.
While the 5Ds and 5Ds R are the latest to the 5D line, Canon is leaving the very popular 5D Mark III in the line-up. The Canon 5D Mark III was introduced in March 2012. By Canon’s prior timelines, the 3-year point is the proper upgrade timeframe. However, DSLRs have plateaued somewhat over the past few years and the need to upgrade every 2-3 years is less compelling for photographers and, by extension, camera manufacturers.
Additionally, the 5D Mark III and 5Ds/5Ds R are, in many ways, very different cameras for very different purposes. Even though the cameras are very similar from the outside, what’s inside makes them very different indeed. [Read more…]