Last year Canon announced their new mirrorless camera efforts with the EOS R. However compared to Nikon’s announcement, Canon’s announcement was a little less exciting. It turns out that this could be because the current EOS R that was launched was designed to be a mid-range model, and that the company has a pro-grade model in the works.
4K video recording is something that we’re starting to see included in many smartphones and cameras, but for videographers who’d like to futureproof themselves or stay ahead of the curve, then Canon might be a brand to watch out for because the company already has plans for an 8K capable EOS R camera in their roadmap.
Just like what Nikon did when they announced their Z-series cameras, Canon also announced a new set of RF lenses for its brand new EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera. The lineup is quite sparse at the moment but that is to be expected given that the camera only launched last year, and the good news is that we can look forward to more options this year.
Image stabilization is useful in situations where you need to move around a lot but want to ensure that your photos and videos don’t come off too blurry. Now Canon’s EOS R camera is packed with high-end features, but if there was one thing missing from the camera was image stabilization.
We had heard of Canon’s UHD-DIGISUPER 122 which was announced recently, but we got an opportunity to see one in action at Inter Bee 2018 in Tokyo, and it was indeed very impressive.
One of Canon’s partners at Inter Bee 2018 was presenting RayBrid KeyMaker, a 100% software solution designed to replace the old and expensive “blue screen” technology widely in studios today.
When it comes to full-frame mirrorless cameras, for years Sony has more or less monopolized the market with its A7 and A9 cameras. However it looks like Sony is about to get some very serious competition from Canon, at least as far the Japanese market is concerned, according to a report from BCN Retail (via Peta Pixel).
A couple of months ago, Canon announced their new lineup of EOS R mirrorless cameras. This seems to be a considerably more “serious” effort from the company, where in the past the company’s previous mirrorless launches weren’t exactly met with favorable reviews. However if you were hoping to see more variants, Photokina 2019 could be an event to watch out for.
While there is a lot of focus on mirrorless cameras these days, there is still very much a thriving market for compacts. There are plenty of uses for compacts, such as by professionals who want a pocketable backup camera. It can also be used by those who want a camera but don’t want to be burdened by additional expenses like buying lenses, and it could also appeal to those who […]
Just last month Canon announced the EOS R. This represents Canon’s more “serious” approach to mirrorless cameras as it seemed like it was designed to compete with Sony’s full-frame offerings. The company has attempted mirrorless cameras in the past but they never really took off.
Not many photographers can claim that their equipment was used as a toy by a lioness’s cubs but wildlife photographer Barbara Jensen Vorster can certainly claim that. She was photographing a pride of lions in Botswana back in July when her camera was picked up by a lioness. She did have another camera to capture the interesting photos which show what happened next.
We have been hearing rumors that Canon could be getting ready to launch a new mirrorless camera and for those who are fans of Canon’s cameras, you will be pleased to learn that the company has officially announced its latest mirrorless efforts in the form of the brand new Canon EOS R.
Last week a report from Canon Watch revealed some of the potential specs from Canon’s upcoming full-frame mirrorless camera. Now thanks to a post from Nokishita Camera, more alleged specs of the upcoming camera have been revealed, some of which corroborates the previous report, and some of which is brand new information.
Earlier this month hot on the heels of reports that Nikon was planning new mirrorless cameras, there were also rumors that Canon’s own new full-frame mirrorless camera(s) were also close to being announced. Now thanks to a report from Canon Watch, alleged specs of the upcoming camera has been revealed.