Our friends at COSYSPEED just announced a new edition of their successful Camslinger bags, the CAMSLINGER Streetomatic+. The Streetomatic+ is larger than previous models and now can comfortably take a DSLR. An EOS 5D Mark IV with a 24-70mm lens isn’t a problem for the Streetomatic+.
The The CAMSLINGER Streetomatic+ is priced 129.99 $US (excl. VAT) / 129,99 € (Incl. VAT). The CAMSLINGER Streetomatic+ is available in the US and Canada at www.cosyspeedshop.com and in the rest of the world at www.cosyspeedshop.de. In the USA COSYSPEED products are also available at B&H.
The new CAMSLINGER
More space & chic for your Mirrorless or DSLR
German camera gear brand COSYSPEED introduces the new CAMSLINGER Streetomatic+ camer
The FASTEST camera bag of the world
No animals have to die for a CAMSLINGER Streetomatic+
New magnetic FIDLOCK closure
- Mirrorless Cameras
- Lenses (when using a sling strap for your cam)
- Travel Stuff
In the box
- CAMSLINGER Streetomatic+
- BELTEXTENSION 40
- FINGERCAMSTRAP 10
- 4 compartment deviders
- Cotton bag
We may soon see Canon lenses with mounts on both ends. Such a lens could easily be “reverse mounted” on a DSLR, something you usually do with adapters. By reverse mounting a lens you get a strong macro lens.
However, when using reverse mount adapters, you loose all connectivity and hence all electronic settings like AF or automatic aperture and exposure settings are not working. Canon’s patent shows a lens with electric contacts on both ends and that can be mounted in two ways. One lens could thus be used as standard lens and as a very powerful macro lens. Pretty cool, I think. Really hope this patent goes into production soon.
- Patent publication number 2016-206568
- Release date 2016.12.8
- Application date 2015.4.28
- Canon patent
- Reversibly attachable lenses
- Reverse attachment detection switch
- Switch control according to installation position
An interchangeable lens switching the aforementioned lens control information according to a place of contact which had the lens control information according to a place of contact attached to two or more places at a camera in a lens which has contact with a camera, and was attached to a camera.
[Claim 2] A camera system switching the aforementioned lens control information according to a place of contact which had the lens control information according to a place of contact attached to two or more places at a camera in a lens which has contact with a camera, and was attached to a camera.
At a glance:
- 24.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC 7 Image Processor
- 2.36m-Dot EVF, Touch and Drag AF Control
- 3.2″ 1.62m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
- Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
- Built-In Wi-Fi with NFC, Bluetooth Smart
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- Up to 9 fps Shooting and ISO 25600
- Digital IS 5-Axis Image Stabilization
You can now compare the Canon EOS M5’s image quality in JPG and raw using DPReview’s studio scene comparison tool. Four cameras can be compared, ISO values can be set. DPReview also posted a set of 103 real world EOS M5 sample pictures.
Want to learn more about the EOS M5? The user manual for the Canon EOS M5 can be downloaded at Canon USA. Good to learn about the features.
CanonUSA posted an informative, 7 minutes tutorial video about how to set up for a professional wedding shot. A Canon EOS 7D and different lenses (70-200mm, 24mm,35mm, 14mm etc) are used in the tutorial. The background music it at least weird, but the tutorial is cool and helpful in explaining a wedding shot setup and the how to of a successful shooting session.
Color Multifunction Systems Recognized for Wide Range of Customer Offerings, Including Security Features, Finishing Options and Strong Scanning Capabilities
MELVILLE, N.Y., December 7, 2016 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced that Better Buys has recognized the Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500 Series with a Fourth Quarter 2016 Editors’ Choice award in the color multifunction category. Awards are given to a select group of office equipment products as a sign of excellence in quality, performance, and value, and are determined by evaluating features including price, speed, cost-per-page, paper handling and any unique features such as mobile printing capabilities, within each respective category.