Posts Tagged ‘canon’

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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BTS Look at ‘The Farmers’ of Western America and the Importance of Faces in Portraiture

Tyler Stableford is a fine art photographer who recently spend a few months traveling across the United States, in collaboration with Canon, to create a portrait series and accompanying video titled The Farmers.

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Three Canon Lenses Leak: 24mm Pancake, 24-105mm Zoom, and 400mm DO Telephoto Prime

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The Canon 7D Mark II wasn’t the only upcoming Canon product to be leaked today before its official announcement: we’re getting glimpses of three new lenses as well. Here are the first published images of upcoming Canon 24mm, 24-105mm, and 400mm lenses.
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This Beautiful Time-Lapse Tribute to California Took 4 Years and Countless Hours to Shoot

California time-lapse photographer Hal Bergman wanted to pay tribute to his homeland using his artistic abilities. And so he spent four years packing as many of California’s diverse environments into one, 4-minute video simply titled California.

The result is simply gorgeous, and captures everything from Long Beach to Ansel Adams’s playground, Yosemite National Park.

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“Why I Want to Switch to Nikon, But Can’t”: Tony Northrup Throws Gas on the Canikon Debate

Photographer and educator Tony Northrop is stirring the pot again, offering a bit of education on a hotly debated topic. Don’t worry though, this isn’t about crop factor… it’s arguably worse.

This time, he’s taking a well-informed, in-depth look at the Canikon debate, meticulously going through the comparisons between each companies lineup of camera bodies, lenses, and flashes, and explaining why he will continue shooting Canon, despite wanting to make the switch to Nikon. Read more…

Canon’s First Camera Just Turned 80; Here are 5 Things You Didn’t Know About the ‘Kwanon’

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The breakneck pace of photo technology advancement makes it easy to forget how young our industry really is, but we had a reminder yesterday when, not long after ‘modern photography’ itself turned 175 years old, the very first Canon camera celebrated its 80th birthday. Read more…

Canon Permanently Drops Price On Most ‘L’ Glass, Offers Up to $1,000 Off

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It looks like Canon is looking to move some inventory — or at the very least score some brownie points with its users — because over the weekend, Canon announced a new permanent price drop on a vast selection of lenses, with discounts ranging from 5% to 33% off. Read more…

Rumor: Canon Reportedly Launching 24mm f/2.8, 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6, and 400mm f/4 at Photokina

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It seems Canon has a lot more up its sleeve for Photokina than just the rumored 7D replacement. In fact, if recent rumors prove true, you’ve got three new lenses to look forward to. Read more…