Canon has just officially announced the new Canon EOS R5 C. It is a video-orientated variant of Canon’s EOS R5. It shoots 8K at up to 60p in Canon’s Cinema Raw Light format, with 10-bit 422 options in the XF-AVC format. The main distinguishing feature is an active cooling system on the back of the camera, allowing unlimited recording times. Unlike the base R5 model, there’s no in-body image stabilization system, but there is a socket for syncing timecode.
Canon USA has started teasing their next Canon Cinema EOS product announcement. It is scheduled on January 19th at 7 AM ET. Canon EOS R5c is expected to be launched as a first cinema-dedicated body in their new mirrorless system. Continue reading →
Good News!!! The newly announced Fujifilm X-T30 II is now first in stock and shipping at Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama. It is an update to the original model that boosts performance and provides a higher resolution LCD, featuring a 26.1MP X-Trans sensor and X-Processor 4 Quad Core-CPU, offering a hybrid AF system with 425 points across the entire frame, with both face and eye detection, a 3″ 1.62M-dot tilting LCD and a 2.36M-dot OLED electronic viewfinder.
Leica has just officially announced the new Leica M11. It is a rangefinder camera featuring a revised sensor design and updated connectivity and while maintaining the familiar design of a Leica M camera.
This new camera costs $8,995, first available for pre-order at B&H/ Adorama.