Product photos of the upcoming Canon Cinema EOS C200 have leaked out ahead of its official announcement. The model name suggests this will slot in between the entry-level C100 Mark II and the more advanced C300 Mark II, the latter of which now offers 4K capture in this latest generation. [Read more…]
The Canon 6D Mark II has been on deck for quite a while now and we are starting to see more info leak out with the certification bodies. Additionally, the Canon Rebel SL2 appears to be set to launch with or around the same time of the 6D Mark II in July 2017. [Read more…]
I’ve gone on and on about Canon’s need to enter the full frame mirrorless market. While some of its more recent mirrorless cameras are intriguing, we aren’t going to take Canon seriously until it comes out with a camera that can actually go head-to-head with the Sony A7 line. [Read more…]
With the release of the Canon 7D Mark II a couple years back, we are starting to see more and more Canon DSLRs offer a built-in intervalometer. For those of us who have shot Canon DSLRs for a long time, this is a very welcomed trend.
The Canon 80D offers virtually the same built-in intervalometer features we saw on the Canon 7D Mark II. I put together the above video as a quick walk-through to introduce the features to new 80D users. If for some reason you can’t see the video embedded above, you can find it directly here on YouTube.
You can also read my full Canon 80D Review for more on this mid-range prosumer DSLR.
NAB 2017 is a very video-centric tradeshow. Today, however, I walked away with a striking impression of the photo industry. As the digital camera market becomes more and more niche, the benefit for manufacturers is that consumers in the market become more and more specific to the features and tech they want in their cameras.
As I sat in the Blackmagic Design press conference this morning, I was impressed with the company’s advances with Da Vinca Resolve 14, its new ATEM Television Studio Pro HD and Bluetooth features for the Ursa Mini Pro. However, the thing that struck me the most during the press event was the sheer number of Sony mirrorless camera users in the room. Not only that, but also the ratio of Sony mirrorless users to DSLR users. [Read more…]
Canon adds a new macro lens to its APS-C DSLR line with the new EF-S 35mm f/2.8 Macro IS STM lens. The new macro lens features built-in Macro Lites around the front element. The lights can be configured to illuminate only the left or right side, or both sides for a typical ring light illumination. [Read more…]