Posts Tagged ‘canon’

10 Wedding Photos by Australia’s Best Professional Photographer

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As of this last Monday, photographer James Simmons can officially call himself Australia’s best professional photographer. A wedding photographer by trade, he’s joined distinguished ranks as this year’s Canon AIPP Australian Professional Photographer of the Year and earned himself some viral fame in the process. Read more…

Rumor: Canon to Release 46MP Pro DSLR Next Month

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Talk of Canon dropping a bomb on the megapixel war with a high-MP DSLR is nothing new, but several rumor sites are now reporting on the possibility of a 46MP pro Canon DSLR next month at PhotoPlus in New York City. Take THAT Nikon and your measly 36 megapixels. Read more…

The Canon M4 D Mark II: A Tactical Assault Camera That Isn’t Good for Street Photography

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Say hello to the Canon M4 D Mark II, the assault camera that shoots 10 shots per second and is equipped with a 100-400mm scope. The barrel is able to extend and retract, and offers stabilization features while in use.

This funny little arrangement was created by French photography studio KOEphotography and shared on its Facebook page.
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Rumor: Photo of a Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L Lens Pops Up Online

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A photo of a previously-patented ultra-wide angle zoom lens leaked online earlier today, and it has the Canon faithful all atwitter in the hopes that the leaked image is indeed the real thing and not just some hoax playing on their hopes and dreams. Read more…

Canon Pixma Photo Printer Hacked to Run Doom

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The “Internet of Things” is likely what the future holds, but it’s a future that has it share of security concerns. As more and more devices are making their way online, hackers will have newer points of entry into our lives.

Case in point: a security researcher has shown that Canon Pixma printers can be hacked to run custom code. As an example, he loaded the game Doom onto the printer.
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Canon Pushes the Bridge Camera Envelope with 65x Superzoom, Also Debuts Sharing-Friendly N2

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Whether you’re looking for ridiculous reach or social-friendly, strangely-shaped cameras, Canon’s got you covered today with the last of its camera announcements from Photokina. Not as exciting as the Sony-competitor G7 X or the long-awaited 7D Mark II, the two other point-and-shoots Canon debuted are nevertheless interesting additions to the family. Read more…

Canon Offers L Lens Alternatives with New EF 400mm f/4, EF 24-105mm and EF-S 24mm f/2.8

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We interrupt the flow of Photokina camera announcements with a bit of a glass breather courtesy of Canon. In addition to the long-awaited 7D Mark II and the impressive G7 X, Canon also let three lenses out of the bag today, two of which are placed as cheaper alternatives to popular L lenses. Read more…

The G7 X is Canon’s First 1-inch-Sensor Compact, Competes with the Best High-End Point-and-Shoots

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The 7D Mark II might have been the big fat headliner of Canon’s Photokina announcements, but it certainly wasn’t the only newsworthy camera the company debuted. Joining the Mark II is the GX 7: Canon’s very first compact with a 1-inch sensor. Read more…

The Canon 7D Mark II is Finally Here, Boasts Powerful AF System and 10fps Burst Shooting

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The Canon 7D Mark II, quite possibly the most anticipated and definitely the most speculated-about camera of 2014, is finally here! After months of rumors capped off by photo and spec leaks the past few days, we finally get to see what Canon has in store for its long-awaited followup to the 5-year-old APS-C flagship. Read more…

More Canon 7D Mark II Photos Leak, Along with the Upcoming PowerShot G7 X

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More photographs of the Canon 7D Mark II have emerged just days ahead of its official announcement. Unlike the previously leaked photograph of the front side (shown above), these new views show that there will indeed be some physical differences between the upcoming camera and its predecessor, the Canon 7D.
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