There are many gimbals in the market today, and for the most part, they’re sold separately from the camera. This means that you would need to own a camera to really take advantage of it. However, DJI did try to create an all-in-one solution with the Osmo Pocket, and it looks like Canon wants to do something similar as well.
Sony might be a company we’re familiar with when it comes to mirrorless cameras. However, did you know that despite Sony making their own cameras and hardware that they also supply their sensors to other companies? In fact, quite a number of smartphones out there actually rely on Sony’s imaging sensors for their smartphone cameras.
Lens attachments for smartphones aren’t new, but oddly enough, traditional camera makers have shied away from this particular market segment. However, it seems that maybe, just maybe, Canon could be toying with the idea of creating a lens attachment accessory for smartphones.
These days, more digital cameras are including built-in WiFi connectivity. For the most part, it is to allow the camera to be used for remote control and also to transfer photos from it to another device wirelessly. However, it seems that Canon is taking things to the next level in a team up with Google.
Webcams do a pretty good job of letting us video conference and livestream, but the quality varies from camera to camera and it might not always be what you want. However, if you have a camera lying around, you can actually turn it into a webcam.
If you’re just a casual photographer, there’s a very low chance that you might encounter an issue where your camera overheats. This usually happens to more professional photographers who might take photos non-stop or who record lengthy videos in high resolution. However, it seems that Canon might have an answer to that problem.
When it comes to higher-end DSLRs, Canon’s EOS 5D series is probably one that many professionals are familiar with. In fact, the camera has actually been used in the past to shoot some television series episodes. However, it seems that the EOS 5D could be coming to an end.
When it comes to full frame mirrorless cameras, it’s hard to deny that Sony has pretty much the market cornered. However, in the past few years, we’ve started to see more efforts from other camera makers looking to challenge Sony’s position on the throne, and it looks like Canon might have a potential camera that could rival Sony.
Back in April, Canon announced that they would be releasing software for Windows PCs in which it would allow users to turn their Canon cameras into webcams. Given that video conferencing is rising in popularity these days due to the coronavirus pandemic that has forced many to work and study from home, this was excellent news.
Stop motion animation can be intensively labor exhaustive if you’re trying to create something good. Obviously, having an awesome camera helps, like Canon’s EOS R series. If you do have an EOS R and would like to dabble in stop motion animation, then there is a $100 firmware update you could be interested in.
If there is one piece of tech that has seen a boost in popularity as a result of the coronavirus and people having to stay at home, it would be webcams. This is because video conferencing has become crucial in staying in touch with friends and family members, as well as being used for work and study.
If you’re looking for a new mirrorless camera, Canon’s EOS R series has been actually pretty well-received compared to some of its previous efforts, and if video recording is one of the main features you’re lookin at, Canon might just have you covered as the company has recently announced the development of its next mirrorless camera, the EOS R5.
According to a rumor from earlier this month, it was suggested that Canon could be working on a new professional EOS R camera that could feature a hybrid EF/RF mount. Now according to a report from Canon Watch, it seems that another possible rumored feature of the camera is a “moving sensor”.
Canon’s EOS R mirrorless camera was originally launched back in 2018. If you weren’t too thrilled by its specs or were waiting for a successor, you might be pleased to learn that we might be able to expect the Mark II version in 2020. This is according to a report from Canon Rumors who heard from their sources that testing of the EOS R Mark II is already underway.
For amateur photographers, having a single memory card in your camera is usually good enough to get the job done. However, professionals who need to be constantly moving and shooting, such as at a wedding, a single memory card is definitely not enough. This is why cameras that support dual memory cards tend to be favored by the pros.
The problem with a lot of camera systems is that generally speaking, lenses don’t come in a one-size-fits-all design. This means that even amongst the same brand, different models could use different lens mounts. This in turn creates a problem for photographers who are looking to adopt a new system and would either have to deal with adapters or buy a new set of lens entirely, which can be pretty […]
Camera lenses are delicate things due to their construction, where what determines the quality and performance of a lens is in its choice and use of glass. This is why camera lenses should be handled with care, but unfortunately for photographer Greg Reigler, it seems that not everyone shares that philosophy.
When it comes to cameras, there are certain cameras that might be more suited for certain styles of photography. For example, some cameras might come with faster subject tracking and focusing, making it more capable at shooting sports or action photography that require that kind of speed.
Over the years and with every iteration, our smartphone cameras are growing more capable. However, will there ever come a day in which professional cameras could be replaced by smartphones? In a video uploaded by photographer Matti Haapoja, he decided to put that to the test by comparing photos taken by the iPhone 11 Pro against that of his Canon 1DX Mark II, a professional DSLR that costs $7,500.
In case Canon’s existing EOS R mirrorless cameras aren’t “pro” enough for you, you might have heard that the company could be working on a new model with an even higher megapixel count. Now according to Canon Rumors, it seems that we will be able to expect an EOS R camera with an 80MP+ sensor in the first half of 2020.