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In an exclusive interview with Dave Etchells of Imaging Resource Canon's top product-planning executive, Yoshiyuki Mizoguchi, shared a number of interesting details regarding the future of the Canon R series.Considering his position in the company, Mizoguchi-san is the foremost expert in terms of understanding where Canon is currently at and where it anticipates on going with the EOS R lineup in
Ever since Canon launched their EOS R series of camera and lenses with the eponymous EOS R body back in September of 2018, speculation about the line has run rampant. Why did they introduce the series with what's obviously positioned as a mid-level model, while the initial lenses were all clearly higher-end designs? What's next? There must be a plan (right?), but what is it? What about a
Canon Explorer of Light Joel Grimes recently shot a portrait session with the new mirrorless Canon EOS R camera and adapted Canon tilt-shift lenses. In the video below, we get to go behind the scenes with Grimes as he shoots beauty portraits with the camera and processes photos for printing. Grimes opted to use the Canon TS-E 90mm f/2.8L Macro tilt-shift lens. He did so for three main reasons.
Canon users who want to develop applications for their camera will be able to do so with new expanded SDK and API kits just announced by the company. The release updates the existing EOS Digital SDK (Software Development Kit) and introduces a new Camera Control API (Application Programming Interface) that is compatible with the new PowerShot SX70 HS bridge camera.The kits allow users to develop t
Swiss lens manufacturer Irix has announced its lens lineup is completely compatible with Canon EOS R cameras when attached using Canon's EF to EOS R adapter.In an announcement post on its website, Irix says 'it is possible to control the aperture from the camera' and notes that all metadata is transferred properly from the lens to the camera including focusing distance and other exposure details.
Click here to read our Canon EOS R Review Conclusion Long-time DSLR powerhouse Canon finally announced their first full-frame mirrorless camera earlier this fall. The new 30-megapixel Canon EOS R shares a somewhat similiar imaging pipeline to the popular 5D Mark IV, but wraps it up with a svelte, modern and more compact body design. Yet despite the new shape and trimmed body weig
Over at SLR Lounge, the team are getting back to the basics with a new free tutorial series. The tutorials are being kicked off with an episode about photographing nighttime portraits using only a phone flashlight. Of course, you can get great results with expensive dedicated lighting equipment, but it turns out you capture nice images using only your phone's flashlight and a few accessorie
For the second week running, our Firmware Friday roundup is a relatively brief affair, with little news to report other than for Canon's Cinema EOS video camera lineup, and Sigma's Optimization Pro software package. In all, there are updates for six Cinema EOS camera models in the C300 II and C700-series, while Sigma's software update will be of most utility to those shooting its 70-2
This diagram from the patent shows the optical construction of the Converter Adapter (labelled CL) with a Master Lens (labelled ML) in front of it.A new patent application filed by Canon, and first detailed on Canon News, lays out the schematics for its own version of a speedbooster adapter that would enable Canon EOS M users to adapt EF lenses onto the EF-M mount.Japanese patent application 2018
Canon is reportedly planning to launch an high-resolution EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera with at least 75 megapixels.Canon Rumors is hearing from multiple known sources that Canon is developing an EOS R camera with “slightly more than 75MP.”While the timeframe for launch isn’t clear (and is likely far from being decided internally at Canon), the camera could show up in the s is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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