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What a Full Frame Canon Mirrorless Needs To Have To Be Successful

Beyond Canon’s stellar brand loyalty and brand power, there are a few things that a full frame Canon mirrorless absolutely needs to be successful. Fstoppers posted an article today outlining what they think it needs, and it pretty much mirrors (doh) what I’ve been saying for the last year or so. A native EF mount Read more..

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Patent: Organic Image Sensor Ideas

Canon continues to provide R&D resources into organic image sensors. Panasonic and Fujifilm are also putting resources into this technology and may actually be ahead of Canon with working examples of organic sensors. Canon News breaks down Japan Patent Application 2018-011037: This patent application deals with the thermal noise at the time of reset, and when Read more..

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Patent: Stacked Sensor Patents Continue to Stack Up

Canon continues to apply for patents for stacked sensors. With the number that we’ve seen over the last few months, I think it’s safe to say something is coming in the not-so-distant-future. Canon News breaks down Japan Patent Application 2018-7000: This patent revolves around having the ADC on the second underneath layer and only the photodiodes Read more..

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Sundance 2018 Infographic: What Was the Most Popular Gear Used for the Films?

NoFilmSchool made a great infographic showing what camera brands and lenses were used the most for the 2018 Sundance films. Canon fared very well, and it looks like their considerable investment in the Cinema EOS series is paying off. Camera Brand Arri: 90 Canon: 37 Sony: 28 Most Popular Camera:  Arri Alexa Lens Brand Canon Read more..

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Nikon’s upcoming mirrorless camera/lens is rumored to have two electric AF motors

Nikon Silent Wave Motor (SWM) Nikon compact Silent Wave Motor (SWM) for smaller lenses The next Nikon mirrorless camera/lenses are rumored to have TWO electric AF motors – each driving a separate group of lens elements for faster and more precise autofocusing.

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Leaked: DJI Mavic Air, Official Announcement January 23, 2018

DroneDJ has leaked images of the DJI Mavic Air which will be announced officially tomorrow. DJI Mavic Air Rumored Specifications: A 32-megapixel camera with panorama mode 1/2.3 CMOS sensor and new ISP (Image Signal Processor) 4K video spec @ 60fps 3-way gimbal (upgrade from 2-way on Spark) Four foldable legs like the current Mavic Pro Read more…

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Is a Super35 Mirrorless Camera Coming?

We’re throwing the idea of a Super35 sensor equipped mirrorless camera out there, not based on an actual source telling us such a product is coming, but on some clues we’ve seen over the last little while. First up, we’ve been told that a replacement to a current Cinema EOS camera is coming for NAB Read more…

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FORTUNE Magazine Places Canon Among “World’s Most Admired Companies” for 2018

MELVILLE, N.Y., January 19, 2018 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is proud to announce that Canon Inc., its parent company, has been named to FORTUNE Magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” list for 2018, demonstrating its strong standing within the global business community. Called the “definitive report card on corporate reputations” by Read more…

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Dotography: The World’s First Invisible Photography Exhibition

Dotography: The World’s First Invisible Photography Exhibition is a collection of images so small they are invisible to the naked eye and can only be seen using a special microscope. Microscopic photographs adorning the exhibition walls are all related to science, technology, engineering and maths. Open over four days from Wednesday 24th January, the exhibition is completely free to attend and is located in Birmingham City Centre, UK.

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Weekly Nikon news flash #454

→  Nikon D500 with 16-80mm lens is now $2,496.95 (instant savings of $570).

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