Tag: Canon

Canon EOS R6 Video Review

I am in the process of writing the text-based version of the Canon EOS R6, but in the meantime, I wanted to share the video version of the review with our readers.

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Yet Another Major Japanese Retailer Shows Canon R5 Topping Sales Charts

Yodobashi Camera has published its top ten cameras sold in December of 2020 and the Canon EOS R5 it at the top of the list. While we’re still waiting for BCN+R and CIPA to reveal December sales numbers, this is the second major retailer to report the popularity of the R5 in December.

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Canon Nifty Fifty Battle: EF 50mm f/1.8 STM vs RF 50mm f/1.8 STM

After testing the RF mount 50mm f/1.8, Photographer Alex Barrera didn’t think it had the “pop” that other Canon RF lenses had shown. To see if it was just in his head, he decided to pit it directly against that lens’s predecessor: the EF 50mm f/1.8.

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Camera Predictions for 2021: What We Think You Can Expect

2020 was an “upset the apple cart” kind of year. I think that were it not for the COVID-19 pandemic, we would have seen different decisions from the major camera manufacturers, and that many of them looked at what they could do this year and if they found that they could wait one more year before taking that action, they chose to.

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Canon Has Listed its Sensors For Sale to Other Companies, Just Like Sony

In at least one region of Canon’s massive global empire, the company has begun listing its sensors for sale to other companies, following in Sony’s footsteps.

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Why Canon is Winning Full-Frame Mirrorless

When the mirrorless race began in earnest at the end of 2018, nobody knew who would come out on top. Three years and more than 10 full-frame mirrorless camera bodies later, the answer is obvious: Canon is winning big, and they’ve done it by going “all in” on the RF Mount.

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The Conda Camera Strap Can Transform into a Tripod

Frii Designs is launching an unusual camera strap design that uses interlocking pieces to go from loose and flexible, to stiff and sturdy, allowing it to become tripod-like with the flip of a switch.

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Lightroom Classic 10.0 Features Performance Improvements, Color Grading and More

Though news started rolling out yesterday, today Adobe has officially released Lightroom Classic 10.0 which brings new controlled adjustments for shadows, midtones, and highlights in the Color Grading tool, faster editing with improved performance enhancements, real-time tethering support for Canon, and more.

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Canon Unveils 250MP Image Sensor for Surveillance, Archiving and More

Canon Japan has just unveiled a new ultra-high-resolution…

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards Highlight Rare Animals

Selected from over 49,000 entries globally, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition sees some of the most spectacular images of animals in their natural habitat. This year’s winner, Sergey Gorshkov, took the top honors with his image of a Siberian tigress hugging an ancient Manchurian fir tree.

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