Yet another set of Canon EOS M5 pictures

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Ahead of the announcement (next night, September 15th) we can provide a few more and new images of the Canon EOS M5.

These are the Canon EOS M5 specifications leaked earlier today:

  • Sensor: Effective pixels 24.2 million pixel APS-C CMOS (total number of pixels 25.8 million pixels)
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • DIGIC 7
  • ISO Sensitivity: 100-25600
  • Shutter speed: 1 / 4,000 to 30 seconds, bulb, maximum flash synchro shutter speed 1/200 sec
  • Continuous shooting: up to about 9fps in Liveview, 7 fps (at the time of AF follow-up?)
  • Video: Full HD 60p
  • 5-axis electronic image stabilization
  • EVF: 236 Man dot
  • 3.2 inches 1.62 million dot touch panel movable LCD
  •  Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
  • Bluetooth (4.1)
  • Battery: LP-E17
  • Memory card: SD / SDHC / SDXC card (UHS-I compatible)
  • Size (W x H x D): 115.6 x 89.2 x 60.6 mm
  • Weight: about 380g (body only), 427g (including battery · SD card)

Stay tuned!

How to make stereoscopic images with Canon EOS 5D Mark IV’s Dual Pixel RAW

How To Make Stereoscopic Images With Canon EOS 5D Mark IV’s Dual Pixel RAW

A user of DPReview’s forum discovered that you can produce stereoscopic images with Dual Pixel RAW files of the new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.

I don’t think this was planned by Canon when they implemented Dual Pixel RAW. On the other hand, it’s a pretty good example of the potential of this technology. I am sure we will see more new applications of Dual Pixel RAW. As soon as the EOS 5D Mark IV starts to be widely used, such discoveries will pop up.

You can learn about making stereoscopic images with Dual Pixel RAW files in this thread. CR2 files are available for download so you can try it for yourself. Another discussion thread about stereoscopic images made with Dual Pixel RAW files is here.

If you want to learn more about Dual Pixel RAW I recommend this article by Canon DLC.

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV pre-order links after the break.

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV user manual download

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Canon EOS M5 detailed specifications and new images leaked

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New images and more detailed specification list for the upcoming Canon EOS M5 leaked at Nokishita.

  • Sensor: Effective pixels 24.2 million pixel APS-C CMOS (total number of pixels 25.8 million pixels)
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • DIGIC 7
  • ISO Sensitivity: 100-25600
  • Shutter speed: 1 / 4,000 to 30 seconds, bulb, maximum flash synchro shutter speed 1/200 sec
  • Continuous shooting: up to about 9fps in Liveview, 7 fps (at the time of AF follow-up?)
  • Video: Full HD 60p
  • 5-axis electronic image stabilization
  • EVF: 236 Man dot
  • 3.2 inches 1.62 million dot touch panel movable LCD
  •  Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
  • Bluetooth (4.1)
  • Battery: LP-E17
  • Memory card: SD / SDHC / SDXC card (UHS-I compatible)
  • Size (W x H x D): 115.6 x 89.2 x 60.6 mm
  • Weight: about 380g (body only), 427g (including battery · SD card)

We expect the Canon EOS M5 to be announced on September 15th. Stay tuned!

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Infinity² is a movie of stargazers shot at ISO 400,000 with the Canon ME20F-SH

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Infinity² is a short movie by Uncage the Soul Productions. And it was shot with Canon’s low light champion, the Canon ME20F-SH camera and a Sigma 20mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens.

Something internal and personal draws us out to the night sky. Under a blanket of stars and the Milky Way arcing over head, we ask the simple question “What do you feel?”

This short film follows 20 high schoolers far from the city lights to an Astronomy Camp; then joins the Oregon Star Party where 600 astronomers camp out with telescopes of all sizes during the Perseids Meteor Shower. Timelapse has been the only way to showcase the night sky in video; but with the new low-light technology of the Canon MH20f-SH, we film in the quiet moments that have been impossible to capture until now.

Enjoy the video below.

Canon’s ME20F-SH has a full-frame sensor capable of doing a max ISO of 4,000,000. This very specific cameras is yours for just $20,000.

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Canon USA and Design Interactive Partner to Bring Mixed Reality Technology to High Risk Training Market

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Canon press release:

MELVILLE, N.Y., September 13, 2016 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is pleased to announce that Design Interactive, a leading provider of training system development and experts in human-machine interaction, has been selected as the first value added reseller of the MREAL system for Mixed Reality in the United States. The MREAL System for Mixed Reality is a visualization tool that seamlessly combines the real and virtual worlds for a powerful immersive experience. Design Interactive, based out of Orlando, Florida, will leverage the MREAL system’s capabilities to provide an end-to-end solution to enable cutting-edge training to power new levels of performance and preparation.

“We are pleased to welcome Design Interactive as a Canon MREAL reseller,” said Toyotsugu Kuwamura, executive vice president and general manager, BISG, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “Through Canon’s MREAL System for Mixed Reality and integrated Training Management System, users in high-risk industries will be able to visualize a potentially dangerous scenario before they have to encounter it in the real-world, helping them gain the critical experience necessary in their respective fields.”

High risktraining refers to specialized training for tasks involving a high degree of risk in terms of safety or cost, or relating to environments that are normally dangerous or inaccessible. The MREAL system’s ability to immerse users in virtual scenarios while allowing them to still see the real world – including their hands, tools, colleagues, and instructor – is uniquely suited to these demanding requirements.

Eileen Smith, Director, E2i Creative Studio at the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation & Training, said “High risk environments are multi-layered, and involve understanding how events put in motion will resolve themselves. Context is key in training, and the MREAL system allows the context to be altered easily and frequently to challenge a trainee throughout their journey toward excellence.”

Dr. Kay Stanney, CEO at Design Interactive said “Design Interactive is excited to work with Canon U.S.A. on the MREAL technology. The MREAL system provides a truly seamless and compelling blend between the virtual and real worlds. We are confident that it will help us deliver effective, engaging and value-added training solutions to government and industry clients.”

As the first Canon MREAL reseller, Design Interactive will provide an integrated training solution to its customers comprised of three key parts:

  • The newest-generation of the MREAL system, the MREAL Display MD-10. The MD-10, released in the United States in July 2016, features an expanded field of view and higher resolution enabling trainees to immerse in the training scenario while seeing real objects clearly and precisely alongside the virtual content;
  • The integrated MREAL Training Management System (MREAL TMS), which acts as a central dashboard to collect and measure key performance metrics. The MREAL TMS enables instructors to review key data points and benchmarks, in order to assess the trainee’s overall performance and retention. The MREAL TMS also integrates with select Learning Management Systems to allow instructors to incorporate the data into a broader curriculum;
  • The MREAL Plug-In for Unity 3D, which enables instructors to leverage existing 3D content for the training scenarios, easily launching the content as an immersive experience within the MREAL system.

With these combined solutions, Canon and Design Interactive will bring next-generation capabilities enabling clients to reach mastery on complex tasks that can later be used in life threatening situations in the field.

Click here to learn more about how the Canon MREAL System for Mixed Reality enables training with deep levels of immersion and interactivity.

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Canon publishes free EOS AF Microadjustment Guidebook

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Canon Digital Learning Center published the Canon EOS AF Microadjustment Guidebook, and made it available for free. You can download the Canon EOS AF Microadjustment Guidebook it here. The guidebook comes as PDF file or mobile version.

AF Microadjustment has been a feature in mid-range and high-end Canon EOS D-SLRs for some time now. But there have been questions, and more than a little confusion, about the best process to test and perform these adjustments.

Canon Inc. engineers have provided a guidebook that shows the steps a typical camera owner can perform to indeed test his or her lenses, and determine whether adjustment is needed.  And, it describes how to carry out the adjustment procedure.  This guidebook applies to any Canon EOS digital SLR with built-in AF Microadjustment, and applies to all Canon EF and EF-S lenses.  We hope it clarifies some points for our customers, and shows that the Microadjustment procedure doesn’t need to be a long, technical process.

The guide applies to all Canon DSLRs featuring AF microadjustment.