Camera The long-awaited update in Canon's pro-grade DSLR line Find out if Canon's 5D Mark IV DSLR lives up to its legacy.
If you are a long time reader of the blog, you know that we are big fans of Magic Lantern. Magic Lantern is a piece of software that you can install on Canon DSLRs to gain extra abilities that the original camera firmware did not have. They have added RAW video, more dynamic range, and [...]Show More Summary
With the recent arrival of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, photography professionals and enthusiasts have been waiting for a new ultra-zoom lens. The long wait is soon to be over though, as Canon is set to release two new lenses sporting new technologies.
Any new 5D camera is going to be a big deal. The Canon series has helped bring full frame shooting to the masses, proved that DSLRs can shoot great video, and has become the camera of choice for countless professionals and enthusiasts alike. Show More Summary
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.
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
Canon’s best camera just got even better. The new EOS 5D Mark IV has a 30.4-megapixel full-frame sensor, will record 4K video, and can snap away at 7 frames per second, but it’s also the first Canon SLR that lets you focus after you’ve taken a photo. More »
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.
Canon just announced perhaps one of the most anxiously awaited new cameras in years — the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. I got a chance to do a shoot with it (see the video below), and I have to say, it’s not only probably the best camera Canon’s...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 »
Ahead of the expected August announcement of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Canon Rumors are said to be receiving reports that “more than a few” Canon preferred photographers have been able to get their hands on one. With 4K video, and 1080p @ 120fps being the only seemingly reliable bits of info at the moment, other firm specs are somewhat [...]Show More Summary
Recently Canon released their latest upgrade in the EOS line, the 80D. It’s a direct update of its predecessor the 70D but it competes well in many areas when compared to the older 5D Mark III, and the 7D Mark II bodies. See what Chris...Show More Summary
Before I switched to Fujifilm I was a Canon EOS user. My favorite camera was the EOS 5D Mark II and my favorite lens the 85mm f/1.8. I liked that lens because it was ideal for portraits, and for close-ups revealing details. When I switched...Show More Summary
Canon has taken the main DSLR awards for the best products of the year as voted by the prestigious European Imaging and Sound Association. The EOS 7D Mark ll won 'European Prosumer DSLR Camera' while the EOS 5DS/5DS R won the award for 'European Professional DSLR Camera'. Read more
The rumors were true. Canon is going big in terms of resolution with its latest full frame DSLRs. The newly-announced Canon EOS 5DS and 5DS R each boast 50.6-megapixel sensors, that's more than double the 5D Mark III and considerably bigger than previous megapixel monsters like the Nikon D810 or Sony A7R. Show More Summary