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Canon 70D

Canon has issued updates for several software programs. Update info for the respective applications from Canon is noted below. [click to continue…]

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Canon 7D

Canon has issued a firmware update for the Canon 7D. Firmware version 2.0.5 incorporates the following fix.

1. Fixes a phenomenon in which the image files cannot be transferred using the FTP protocol via USB cable after the EOS 7D camera has established a wireless connection to the Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E5 (A/B/C/D).

You can download the firmware update here on Canon’s website.

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Canon EOS M2 Black

Canon has announced the EOS M2 as a follow-up to the original EOS M; however, it may not be coming to North America or Europe. As of the time of this post, the camera has only been announced for China and Japan.  [click to continue…]

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Canon C300

The recently announced firmware updates for the Canon EOS C100 and C300 are now available for download. [click to continue…]

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Canon C100

Canon is making an upgrade to the EOS C100 cinema camera that will support the awesome Dual Pixel AF feature that was introduced in the Canon 70D. The upgrade should be available in February 2014 for $500, and requires sending your EOS C100 to a Canon service center.

You can find out more about this upgrade here on Canon’s website.

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Canon Medium Format Rumors

Rumors of a medium format system in the works for Canon continue to churn as we are still a year away from the anticipated release at Photokina 2014. Keith over at Northlight Images has received word that the rumored medium format system from Canon will be part of the EOS system, “since a key aspect of the MF project is how it positions the Canon camera brand ‘as a whole’ in the market in years to come.”

MF Comparison

The EOS branding makes lots of sense given the recent addition of the EOS M line. Additional rumors suggested that current EF lenses would be compatible with Canon EOS medium format bodies; however, that doesn’t seem quite right given the image circle and flange distance requirements. It seems more likely that Canon medium format lenses would be compatible with the EF mount for the current DSLR formats.

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