Canon USA has issued a product advisory for the Canon 1D X Mark II. In a specific set of circumstances, certain SanDisk CFast 2.0 cards can cause corrupted images with the Canon 1D X Mark II. [Read more…]
While we don’t have any reliable info on specs, CR also says it has word that we’ll get a DSLR with a “new nameplate” in the EOS lineup in 2017.
Will the mythical EOS 3D finally arrive? Something on the consumer side?
Sound off with your thoughts and speculation below.
A recently published lens patent corroborates past rumors of a new Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II lens. The new lens is likely to appear later this year alongside the oft-rumored Canon 5D Mark IV.
The existing Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS lens has been a work horse over the past decade. The retail price still hovers around $1,000 but you can find refurbished and gray market units in the $500-$600 range these days. Expect the new model to be bundled as a kit with the 5D Mark IV and available at a standalone price in the $1200-$1500 range.
[via Canon Rumors]
Tony Northrup posted a video talking about future cameras and specs and what he thinks is coming next from several camera makers. You can watch the video above. Notable cameras in his prediction list include: [Read more…]
Canon USA has additional discounts this weekend through Tuesday, May 31 on loads of refurbished Canon lenses, DSLRs, printers and more. Notable deals include:
Check all out of the deals here on Canon USA’s website.
Here is a new Canon DSLR kit from B&H Photo for which I custom selected the products and asked B&H to provide discounts to Photography Bay readers (which they did $$$). I have a Canon kit for now (a Nikon kit is in the works) and if these turn out to be popular, there may be more down the line.
My thoughts on putting together these kits were to select quality, reliable and affordable DSLR kits for beginners. These are kits that are a good fit for most beginners who just don’t know what they are looking for but would like a quality camera at a good price.
There are no cheap tripods or junk accessories inside these kits. This is gear that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to my mom or my best friends if they wanted a first “serious” camera. Check out what’s in the Canon kit below.
If you bought these items separately, it would cost $749.45 right now. So, a big thanks to B&H for giving Photography Bay readers a deal. You can order the Canon Beginners Kit here at B&H Photo.
Canon has announced that is moving away from the mainstream “.com” top level domain (TLD) names and will begin using its new “.canon” proprietary TLD. [Read more…]