2016 is coming near and what to be expected from Canon? According to the latest rumors from CR, Canon will announce several Full-Frame DSLRs, such as Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, Canon 5D Mark IV, Canon EOS 6D Mark II and so on… Continue reading
Canon 5D Mark IV is coming in March 2016! According to the latest rumors from CR2, Canon is aiming for an announcement for the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV in March, just before the NAB show in Las Vegas in April. Continue reading
The upcoming Canon EOS-1D X Mark II is rumored to be announced in early 2016, most likey at CES. Here are the latest rumored specifications of Canon EOS-1D X Mark II leaked from CR1. Continue reading
The new Canon EOS-1D X Mark II is coming! According to the latest rumors from CR1, Canon EOS-1D X Mark II will be officially announced in January, 2016. While Canon EOS 80D is coming in summer. Continue reading
Mark Goldstein has just posted a full review of the new released Canon PowerShot G5 X at the PhotographyBlog.com. This new compact camera uses 20.2MP 1″ CMOS sensor, 24-120mm equivalent F1.8-2.8 lens, 3″ 1.04M dot touch screen LCD and a built-in 2.36M dot OLED EVF. Continue reading
Canon 5D Mark IV is expected to be announced in spring 2016 after the 1D X Mark II. According to the latest rumors from CR2, This new camera will have a 24Mp sensor without 4K record.
CR2 has just posted the new specifications of the upcoming Canon EOS-1D X Mark II. This new camera is expected to be announced in early 2016, stay tuned for more info. Continue reading
Canon USA is now suing two of the largest Canon grey market eBay dealers( GetItDigital and BigValueInc) to force them to stop selling gray market Canon cameras and other products in the United States.
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The long-waited Canon EOS Rebel SL2 is coming! According to the latest rumors from SW3, the Canon Rebel SL2 will be announced at CES in January 2016.
Dustin Abbott has just posted a full review of the Canon EOS M3 camera body. He wrote, It is a big improvement over the original EOS M and Canon isn’t fully behind the EOS M system. Continue reading