02/11/2014, They say that good things are not cheap, and cheap things are not good. Perhaps the $549.99 Canon EOS Rebel T5 might prove itself to be the exception to such a generalization. After all, at that price point which is a whole lot less than some of the prosumer cameras out there, you get DSLR performance – although this would clearly rank right at the lowest tier of things. The […]
07/04/2013, A purported rear image of the AT&T Nokia Lumia 909 "Elvis" smartphone has been leaked online. This is actually the device codenamed "EOS" that we've already covered in great detail.
07/04/2013, Nokia EOS smartphone, as per latest information, is apparently going to be called Nokia Lumia 909. It was previously rumored that this device was going to come with Lumia 1020 moniker.
04/15/2013, Nokia smartphones are known for their impeccable cameras. The Finnish manufacturer is reportedly working on a smartphone that will have a whopping 41 megapixel camera, a feat previously achieved on the 808 Pureview. Details about this imaging flagship device have been shared by a source familiar with Nokia’s plans, claiming that two different models of EOS are being tested currently. Specifications are reportedly the same, the only difference will be either […]
02/04/2013, Sometime last month, we did talk about speculation concerning a Nokia Lumia 920 that will sport the PureView sensor, lining up nicely in time for a MWC announcement to wow the masses. Well, it seems that this particular rumor has been reconfirmed by folks over at The Guardian, who claims that they have come into contact with sources close to Nokia, touting that a future Nokia Lumia device in the […]
10/18/2011, Nikon might have sold 65 million Nikkor lenses to date since 1959, but its bitter rival in the digital imaging category, Canon, might have just hit back with their most recent announcement of hitting the 50 million milestone with their EOS Series of SLR cameras, not to mention having produced 70 million EF lenses to date – although the latter will only happen at the end of this month.
12/02/2010, Canon users out there might be a touch jealous of folks who have a mode dial lock mechanism on their cameras. The good news is that if you’ve got a spare Benjamin lying around and own an EOS 5D Mark II or EOS 7D camera, you could have that sorted right out by Canon as the company is offering to install a mode dial with a center-situated lock button. Why […]
08/26/2010, We’ve been catching glimpses of the Canon EOS 60D recently, and now Canon has finally made the successor to the 50D official. The 60D now offers an impressive feature set that includes an 18-megapixel image sensor, with a DIGIC 4 processor. The 60D will be hitting the retail shelves at the end of September and will set you back $1,099 (body only), or $1,399 when bundled together with the 18-135mm […]
08/17/2010, Canon has announced the Studio Version of its popular EOS 7D DSLR camera, giving the camera some rather useful features that pros who are forced to share their camera would greatly appreciate. The camera features four levels of locks, allowing the camera’s owner to determine which functions and settings can be accessed and changed. Aside from that, the camera is capable of reading barcode information and storing it on the […]
08/11/2010, Details of the upcoming Canon EOS 60D haven’t been confirmed yet, but the camera itself is expected to be unveiled on August 26th. Official pictures of the camera haven’t surfaced yet, but fortunately some folks out there have managed to snag some spy shots of what should be the 60D, and the tilting display is rather noticeable too, which is good news for folks who like to use displays like […]
08/09/2010, Many folks out there are looking forward to some new DSLRs from Canon, and we may not have to wait too much longer to see these cameras. Canon Poland has reportedly sent out invitations for an August 26th event that’s related to its new flagship DSLR. While it wasn’t specifically mentioned which camera would be announced, the smart money will be on the EOS 60D and EOS 1Ds Mark IV. […]
07/08/2010, If you’ve been irritated by some problems when shooting videos on your EOS 1D Mark IV and Rebel T2i cameras, such as the unexpected change of lens aperture while shooting movies at manual exposure, you might want to take note that Canon has released its latest 1.0.8 firmware for both cameras that should fix the bug. The update for the EOS 1D Mark IV also fixes some typos in the […]
05/13/2010, If you’re into history, it’s worth noting that the production of the first Canon EOS SLR camera started back in 1987. Fast forward to 2010, Canon has just churned out its 40-millionth EOS-series SLR camera (which includes film and digital). Considering that it took 10-years for Canon to hit the 10-million mark, another 6-years for 20-million, and 30-million in 2007, it sure looks like the time it takes Canon to […]
03/19/2010, We just posted about the audio recording issue concerning Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II firmware 2.0.3 earlier today, and the folks at Canon have already fixed it – at least in Japan, where version 2.0.4 is now ready to be downloaded. Expect this fix to hit the global network shortly (if it hasn’t done so already), letting you sleep easy at night, knowing that you can record in High Definition in […]