A Canon camera has been registered at Indonesian Certification Authority Postel, reports Digicame-Info. It says:
- Equipment: Digital camera
- Model name: Canon DS126601
- Manufacturing: Japan
- Date: July 1, 2016
The registration can be found on the web, though no detailed information can be accessed.
Canon DS126601 doesn’t tell us much. However, according to another bit of leaked information, this camera will have WiFi and GPS on board. We see it in the registration for the same camera at Taiwan NCC (National Communications Commission, picture below).
And that’s all we have. Now the big question is: is this the upcoming Canon EOS 5D Mark IV? If we believe in an announcement before Photokina 2016 (September 2016), as most rumors suggest, then this may well be a reference to the EOS 5D Mark IV. All EOS 5D Mark IV rumors are listed here. Concerning the EOS 5D Mark IV specifications, so far nothing beyond speculation (though plausible) has surfaced.
What do you think?[via Digicame-Info]
Canon EOS M10 at a glance:
- 18.0MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC 6 Image Processor
- 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
- Full HD 1080p Video at 30/24 fps
- Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity NFC
- Hybrid CMOS AF II, 49-Point System
- Up to 4.6 fps and Expandable ISO 25600
- Creative Assist and Self Portrait Mode
Imaging Resource posted their Canon EOS M10 review, Canon’s entry-level mirrorless camera.
Offering a simple, effective user experience, this camera is not equipped to rattle off a big burst of RAW images or record 4K video, but it can easily capture fine images at a fairly wide range of ISOs. When considering the Canon EOS M10, you need to keep your expectations in check with its entry-level status (and price point). Right now, you can purchase an M10 with the 15-45mm kit lens for only $450 ($150 less than MSRP). Considering its good image quality and intuitive, simple controls, it strikes me as a good option for someone looking to make the upgrade to his or her first interchangeable lens camera, while still keeping everything lightweight and compact. Read the review…
The EOS M10’s weakest point appears to be the auto-focus. The strongest are the ease of use, the well working touchscreen, and the excellent image quality we are used to get with Canon.
Samyang (aka Rokinon) just posted a teaser on their Facebook page, saying:
In this Summer, the five Samyang Blockbuster series will blow your mind away!
5 NEW Samyang Lenses will be released on every Monday for the next five weeks.
So far no idea what kind of lenses they are going to announce. However, it’s a pretty safe bet that they will come with Canon mount (among others). Stay tuned.[via 43 Rumors]
Above: ‘The Shot’ by Canon Master Krystle Wright
An average image doesn’t cut it for Adventure Photographer Krystle Wright. In ‘The Shot’ she pushes herself and her gear to absolute extremes to capture something exceptional.
Master your Canon: Photographing a wedding with your Canon DSLR – Amateur Photographer
77 photography techniques, tips and tricks for taking pictures of anything – TechRadar
Photographing People & Pets for the Advanced Amateur or Aspiring Pet Photographer – Canon Digital Learning Center
Canon XC10 Firmware Update – Improved AF Test – NewsShooter
The Canon 1DX mkII 4K video DSLR reviewed by Jon Roemer – NewsShooter
Field Test: Bird Photography with the Canon 7D II and 300mm f/2.8 II – PetaPixel
Meyer-Optik Will Make Rare, Special Edition Gold-Plated Trioplan 100mm – PetaPixel
7 Reasons Why I’m Still a Nikon DSLR User, by Thom Hogan (editors note: the article discusses the benefits of DSLR over mirrorless cameras. What is said perfectly applies also to Canon gear) – PetaPixel
Canon EOS 80D Review – Fenchel & Janisch
Below: How to use manual selection of Auto-Focus points part 1 & part 2
Below: Canon Explorers of Light – Sam Abell
- Super 35mm 8.3MP CMOS Sensor + EF Mount
- 1920x1080p 59.94/50/29.97/25/23.98
- Built-In Dual Pixel CMOS AF Hardware
- AVCHD + MP4 Recording
- Dual SDHC/SDXC Media Card Slots
- HDMI Output with Timecode & Canon Log
- ISO 320 to 102,400
- Canon Log and Wide DR Gamma
- Two XLR Audio Connectors
- Built-In 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz WiFi Capability
I’ve been told (thanks) that the Canon EOS C100 Mark III is set to feature 4K video. The C100 Mark III is scheduled to be announced for or just before Photokina 2016 in September, and will come along with other new Canon Cinema EOS products.