Canon had just released their new semi-professional level DSLR camera, the EOS 5D Mark IV. Introduced back in 2012, the predecessor of Mark IV has dominated much of the professionals' and enthusiasts' photography fields. With new features and technologies, here are the key differences between the two iterations.
Gear The EOS 7D Mark II and the EOS 5DS get wifi with this new adapter. The new W-E1 wireless adapter brings Wifi to Canon's unconnected DSLRs.
Gear A first-look at Canon's new pro camera. A first hands-on look at the new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera.
Is this your new toy? It now has 4K video, a 30MP sensor, a much-improved autofocus, better weather sealing, and shoots 7 frames per second.
So, the guesswork and speculation can end. Canon have now officially announced the 5D Mark IV DSLR. As expected, some photographers are a little underwhelmed, if the comments I’m seeing on Facebook are anything to go by. The video guys seem happy, though, mostly. But it does have a few fairly significant upgrades for stills photographers. The new [...]Show More Summary
Fujifilm's latest mirrorless camera splits the difference between a DSLR and a smartphone. The post Fujifilm's X-A3 Camera Mashes Up Retro Looks and Selfie Smarts appeared first on WIRED.
After way too long of a wait, we finally have a sequel from the famed Canon 5D Mark III. While Canon has enjoyed plenty of success with that camera, it certainly has felt a little old in recent months, especially in comparison to the newer mirrorless Sony A7RII and Nikon D810 DSLR. Show More Summary
Gear The long-awaited DSLR is makes its debut Canon adds a new sensor, improved AF, and 4K video to the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera.
Nikon may have pioneered DSLR video recording with its D90, but it was Canon's 5D Mark II, released in 2008, which really gave amateur filmmakers the power to shoot high-quality full HD video with TV and movie-worthy production values. Canon's new 5D Mark IV succeeds the Mark III with more of everything. Show More Summary
Gear It was the height of camera tech more than a decade ago What is it like to shoot a professional job with a DSLR from the early 2000's?
It’s no surprise that smartphone cameras haven’t become the “DSLR killers” that some suggested they might. Instead, the opposite seems to have happened. Smartphones are fuelling the sales of DSLRs, at least according to the Hindustan Times. There’s little doubt that smartphones have usurped compact cameras as the “gateway drug” to photography. Many people I know, [...]Show More Summary
It won’t be long before Canon’s EOS 5D Mark III is upstaged by the newer, fancier Mark IV. If you’ve been wondering exactly how newer and fancier, we now have what appear to be official product images and specifications for the DSLR, which could arrive as early as next week. More »
When carrying around a bulky DSLR camera isn't ideal, we use these impressive add-ons to help turn our smartphones into quality cameras. Flexible Tripod for Smartphones and Cameras The Flexible Tripod for Smartphones and Cameras ($8.99) is perfect for capturing a group shot or leveling out your phone on an uneven surface. Show More Summary
Take a D3300, add SnapBridge, and voila! You get the new D3400.
Nikon has just announced their new entry-level DSLR, the D3400. Successor to the D3300, the major upgrade with the new camera is the implementation of the company’s Snapbridge software, an always-on Bluetooth Low Energy connection that allows it to automatically transfer images to a smartphone, without Wi-Fi. The D3400 is also noticeably lighter than the […]
A tiny Canon pancake lens is a good way to keep your gear on the light and ultra-portable-side. You don’t have to switch to a mirrorless camera just because they are the smaller alternative to a DSLR. DSLRs can also be fitted with exceptional pancakes. We’ve rounded up Canon’s two extremely thin lenses that will take […]
Nikon have officially announced the D3400, their newest entry level DSLR. Successor to the D3300 and D3200 that came before it, the changes aren’t all that great, as you might expect. But they have added their new Bluetooth connected SnapBridge technology. There’s some pretty significant weight savings and the ISO limit has been bumped up to 25,600. [...]Show More Summary
Nikon today unveiled the compact yet powerful Nikon D3400, an entry-level DSLR that enables users to capture and share amazing images easier than ever before. The D3400 is Nikon’s first entry-level DSLR..
Aimed squarely at “aspiring” and smartphone photographers, Nikon’s D3400 is the first entry-level DSLR enabled with SnapBridge — which automatically syncs images to the your tablet or smartphone as they are captured. With both devices...Show More Summary