Remember the 120MP Canon DSLR that we saw up close at the Canon Expo last month?
Well, Canon may be cooking up a new sensor technology to go along with the high resolution DSLR. [Read more…]
Not that the suggestion of Canon producing a full frame mirrorless camera is revolutionary; however, it is reassuring to hear that one may be in the pipeline. Canon Rumors received a tip from a reliable source that Canon is, in fact, developing a full frame mirrorless camera to be situated alongside its current line of EOS M cameras that feature APS-C format sensors. [Read more…]
It looks like we’ll be seeing a trio of new cameras from Canon any day now thanks to a leak of images showing off the new Canon EOS M (possibly the M4?), PowerShot G5 X and PowerShot G9 X cameras.
New rumors from Canon Rumors point to an upcoming Canon 1D X replacement will feature 4K video capture. Unfortunately though, the same rumors say that the 1D X Mark II will be the only next-gen Canon DSLR to offer 4K video capture at launch.
Of course, that would mean that the oft-rumored 5D Mark IV wouldn’t feature 4K video as an option at launch. Does the “at launch” clarification mean that a firmware upgrade could unlock it later down the line?
We have to remember, of course, that these are rumors but I still want to bang my head on the desk at even the suggestion that the next generation of Canon DSLRs will continue to neuter their video capabilities.
Canon has been pretty consistent with its line of cameras that include the most recent Canon EOS 70D. These cameras are a popular step up from the entry-level Rebel line. And now that the Rebel line has gotten more serious with the Rebel T6s, I would expect to see some more advanced features on the Canon EOS 80D, which is expected to arrive in 2016. [Read more…]