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Hot on the heels of their PowerShot G1X Mark III announcement, Canon has announced that it has reached a pair of significant production milestones on the interchangeable lens camera side of their imaging business. Canon has now produced 90 million EOS series cameras and 130 million interchangeable EF lenses. The 90 millionth EOS series camera produced was a Canon 5D Mark IV and the 130 millionth
The Canon G1 X Mark III is what would happen if someone crammed a Canon 80D or M5 into a Powershot G5 X body, which is pretty cool. The body is impressively small and light weight, given its large sensor and useful 24-70mm equiv. zoom range, even if the F2.8-5.6 aperture is a tad slow. We're excited to get it in and get shooting, but for now, here's a look into some of its main features and specs
Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark IIICanon's G1 X Mark III is, as the name implies, the third iteration in the company's range-topping large-sensor enthusiast compact series. However, what the name doesn't make clear is that it's a significant departure from its predecessors, in terms of both size and capability.Rather than mimicking one of the older G series modes, as the original G1 X did, the Mark III
Click here to read our Canon G1X Mark III Preview Canon has announced their latest PowerShot, the G1X Mark III, their new flagship G-series compact camera. Changing focal lengths and sensor size over its predecessor, the G1X Mark III sports a 24-72mm-eq. f/2.8-5.6 lens paired with the same 24MP APS-C sized sensor found in the EOS M5 and 80D. It also is
At this point in my life, I could probably write a series of articles on cameras that I considered buying, almost bought, or actually did buy before reconsidering and returning them. Of all of the cameras that would make that list, the Canon PowerShot G5 is probably the model that I almost bought more times than any other.Released in 2003, the PowerShot G5 was in that respect a companion model to
"Does gear matter?" is a question photographers have worked to answer many times, sometimes with much disagreement . In his latest video, landscape photographer and educator Thomas Heaton has offered his own take on the question by comparing three images taken with different cameras. In this case, he runs the gamut from APS-C in the form of the Canon EOS M5 to the medium format Fujifilm GFX 50S w
Would you like to travel to beautiful locations to capture great images while being taught by some of the world's best photographers and educators? If so, you're in luck as Canon has announced new Canon Live Learning EOS Destination Workshops for 2018. The new workshops will take place across a wide variety of locations throughout the United States. The new Live Learning workshops start i
Click here to see our Canon M100 First Shots Canon's newest mirrorless camera, the entry-level Canon EOS M100, is the last model of their current EOS M series to get the upgrade from an 18-megapixel APS-C sensor to their latest 24.2MP chip. Paired with the new DIGIC 7 image processor, the M100 should offer image quality improvements, not only to fi
Big Sur, little lensStanding alongside the Bixby Creek Bridge in Big Sur, California. Processed to taste from Raw.ISO 125 | 1/160 sec | F11By virtue of a considerable quantity of dumb luck, we had timed it perfectly.Our belongings shifted gently to and fro in our rented cherry-red Hyundai Sonata as we zig-zagged freely along Highway 1 in California's Big Sur region, a stretch of road that has bee
It looks like Canon and Nikon are now racing to unleash a full frame mirrorless camera on the world of photography. Nikon has given numerous statements in recent days that seem to confirm its development of such a camera, and now more details are emerging of an upcoming Canon full-frame mirrorless camera as well.Canon Rumors is hearing from a trusted source that Canon’s first full-frame mir


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