Posts Tagged ‘Canon’

Canon Takes Another Crack at Mirrorless Market with EOS 5M

Posted by on Thursday September 15, 2016 | Photo Gear

While Canon DSLRs are a mainstay of the professional market, the company hasn’t achieved the same traction with its mirrorless lineup. The new M5 is a bid to woo mirrorless photographers with camera that delivers DSLR-like ergonomics. According to Canon, the M5 will have an imaging engine that closely resembles the 80D, including a 24-megapixel... More

The New Workhorse: Meet the Canon 5D Mark IV

Posted by on Thursday August 25, 2016 | Camera, Photo Gear

Canon has officially announced its newest full frame workhorse: the 5D Mark IV. The Mark IV delivers a few main upgrades from its predecessor. The first is a new, higher-resolution sensor: it’s a 30.4-megapixel CMOS chip with a native ISO range of 100-32,000 (expandable to 50-102,400). Another big upgrade comes on the video front. You’ll... More

The New Gear from WPPI 2016

Posted by on Wednesday March 9, 2016 | Photo Gear

WPPI 2016 has seen its fair share of product intros. We’ve paced the halls to bring you a few of the highlights. Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-2000 & PRO-4000 The 24-inch wide PRO-2000 and 44-inch PRO-4000 use the same ink set and print head technology that was introduced in the PRO 1000 and deliver a higher Dmax and... More

Canon’s EOS 1D X Mark II Records 4K, Shoots 14 FPS

Posted by on Monday February 1, 2016 | Camera, Photo Gear

Canon pulled back the curtain on its newest high-end DSLR, the 1D X Mark II, and while we’ll resist invoking Top Gun, speed is unquestionably the hallmark of the new full frame flagship. The 1D X Mark II will deliver several major upgrades from the older model, including internal 4K video recording at up to 60p, a burst... More

Here’s What Canon Brought to CES 2016

Posted by on Tuesday January 5, 2016 | Camera, Photo Gear

Canon’s CES slate was a mostly consumer-oriented affair, with several low-cost ultra-zoom PowerShots introduced alongside a new HD video camera. The PowerShot SX540 HS boasts a 50x optical zoom lens (equivalent to 24-1200mm) with optical image stabilization and a new 20.3-megapixel CMOS sensor. It incorporates a DIGIC 6 processor, a 3-inch display, Wi-Fi and NFC. Video... More

Prints Under Pressure: Lindsay Adler’s Whirlwind Live Shoot

Posted by on Thursday December 17, 2015 | Fashion

Presented by Canon The dissemination of photography online has plenty of advantages, and the ability to visually communicate without barriers on the Web has become a monumental boon for contemporary photographers. But for fashion and beauty photographer Lindsay Adler, who does attribute much of her success to her online reach, printing her work still makes... More

Canon Intros imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 Inkjet Printer

Posted by on Wednesday October 21, 2015 | Photo Gear

Canon has pulled back the curtain on the new imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 large format inkjet photo printer at PhotoPlus Expo 2015. The PRO-1000 features a 17-inch print width and a new print head, inkset and imaging processing engine. It’s a successor to the Pixma Pro-1. First, the print head. It’s 50 percent larger than the Pixma Pro-1,... More

5 of the Coolest Things We Saw at Canon Expo

Posted by on Thursday September 10, 2015 | Camera, Photo Gear, Video

Canon gave visitors a unique opportunity to preview some of the technologies it’s currently working to perfect at its Expo, which opened its three-day stint in New York yesterday. Some of the most intriguing prototypes Canon had to show—including a 120-megapixel DSLR, an 8K video camera and 250-megapixel sensor—were announced before the Expo even kicked off.... More

Canon Pumps the Pixels in Product Prototypes

Posted by on Tuesday September 8, 2015 | Camera, Photo Gear, Video

If you thought Canon’s 50-megapixel 5DS and 5DS R were the company’s last word on pixel-packed sensors, think again. The company announced that it has built a 250-megapixel APS-H-sized sensor that can read the letters off an airplane up to 18Km away. It’s also built a 120-megapixel DSLR with an EF mount. Oh, and an... More