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.
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
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.
London, UK, 12 July 2016 – Canon today unveils two new All-in-One PIXMA inkjet printers – the PIXMA MG3050 series and PIXMA MG2550S. Designed for the home, both new models are perfect for printing high quality documents and photos, and the compact, sleek design, means they easily fit into any study or home workspace.
Photo enthusiasts can enjoy bringing their pictures to life in vivid, vibrant colours on the new PIXMA MG3050 series and PIXMA MG2550S with Canon’s hybrid ink system, using dye and pigment based inks together for beautiful photos, as well as crisp, sharp text in documents. For photo-lab quality prints and fine detail in an instant, the FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) cartridge ink lets you create virtually grain free, smooth prints, while XL cartridges allow you to print more pages.
Connected printers for a connected world
Using Wi-Fi connectivity, the PIXMA MG3050 series enables wireless printing from laptops and PCs as well as smartphones and tablets using the Canon PRINT app, while cloud printing means you don’t need to be in the home to get your prints started – you can print from services and social media platforms including Instagram™, Facebook™, Google Drive™ and more. Quickly connect devices at home with Access Point Mode to wirelessly use the printer without even needing to be on the same Wi-Fi network. For days when you’ve no time to spare, documents can be scanned and sent directly to your mobile device so you can take them with you.
Freedom to be creative
For creative inspiration, the PIXMA MG3050 series and PIXMA MG2550S include My Image Garden for Mac or PC, which organises all photos in one easy-to-use location before creating unique photo layouts automatically, making beautiful displays and prints possible in an instant. The printers also come with access to CREATIVE PARK PREMIUM, an online service for Canon genuine ink users featuring inspirational designs and projects from professional artists and photographers.
With the PIXMA MG3050 series, photo enthusiasts can create new 5×5” square style photo prints, perfect for framing and displaying in the home or even printing as gifts for friends and family. You also have access to Easy-PhotoPrint+ from a tablet, PC or Mac, helping you get creative using images stored on mobiles or in the cloud, with templates including greeting cards, calendars and more.
PIXMA MG3050 series key features:
Smartphone and cloud printing with the Canon PRINT app
High-quality printing, copying and scanning
8 ipm mono, 4 ipm colour
Easy-PhotoPrint+ for creative printing
Simultaneous Wi-Fi and Access Point Mode connectivity
Update: Rokinon FE14M-C 14mm F2.8 Ultra Wide Lens for Canon at $270.99 (reg. $339).
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