by Kevin Alexander | 25th February 2015
How many times have you wished for a quicker, easier way to change filters on your lens? Let’s face it. It’s not fun. Taking the time to switch out filters can easily lead to a missed shot. And that’s assuming you can actually get the filter off your lens. How many times has your filter just been stuck?
Well, check out this cool project on Indiegogo for a unique filter adapter for mirrorless cameras. It’s called the OWL. This little device sits in between your camera body and the lens, and allows you to quickly change your filter. Check out their video to see how it works.
Alongside their newly announced high-end 5DS and 5DSR DSLR cameras (which are great for photographers, but a disappointment for video shooters, and in some respects even a step back), Canon have also announced a series of new entry-level DSLRs and mirrorless cameras – namely the T6s (760S), the T6i (750D) and the EOS M3 mirrorless camera.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 1st February 2015
Today Canon reduced the price of their 4K video DSLR, the Canon EOS 1DC, by $4,000, taking the retail price from $11,999 down to $7,999.Read more
by Patrick Zadrobilek | 9th January 2015
You might already have seen our field test with the C100 Mark II conducted by my friend Johnnie (watch the embedded video at the bottom). The camera is the successor of Canon’s entry level cinema camera, the C100. A lot of people have asked us for a side-by-side hands-on with the original C100, and so here we are. Mind you, the Mark II that we had was a preproduction sample and things are subject to change until the camera is released soon.Read more
Canon just announced the release of an updated version to its original C100, the C100 Mark II. Some of the highlights of the new model includes an higher frame rates (60 fps) in 1080p, a practical new 3.5-inch 1.23 megapixel OLED display panel that pivots and rotates, internal mic build into the body, a build in 2.4 GHz and 5GHz WiFi support and as could be expected, Canon replaced the ageing DIGIC DV III Image Processor with the more sophisticated DIGIC DV 4.Read more
Celebrating the achievement of selling 100 million EF lenses worldwide, Canon just announced a great price reduction on some of its most popular lenses.
The reductions reach from a modest $40 up to $1000 in savings.