The Phoblographer reviewed the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM lens, the first lens for APS-C DSLRs that has constant f/1.8 over the zoom range. All other reviews I featured here on Canon Watch are in line with this one: all praise the excellent build quality, the great sharpness, the fact that this is an outstanding lens. The Phoblographer’s findings weren’t different. Read more after the break.
- Shooting with the Canon EOS C100 (Adorama | B&H), more here
- How to Create Realistic Looking HDR Photographs – digital-photography-school
- How to Use Lightroom 5 on 2 Computers and Keep the Catalogue Synchronised - digital-photography-school
- Lightroom Tip – Moving Presets – lightroomkillertips
- Aspect Ratio: What it is and Why it Matters - digital-photography-school
- These Korean Photoshoppers Are the Undisputed Kings of Photo(shop)bombing – The Phoblographer
- Care and Maintenance of Your First DSLR: The Essential Quick Tip List – The Phoblographer
- Review: Yongnuo 560 III Radio Flash – The Phoblographer
- Research Shows that Online Camera Gear Reviews May Be Distorted by Fanboys – PetaPixel
- Cool and easy: how to add GPS data to Lightroom even without a GPS-enabled camera
- Best lenses for your Canon EOS 6D: Part I – Introduction – DxOMark
- Best lenses for you Canon EOS 6D: Part II – Moderate telephoto and standard models – DxOMark
- Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX II Canon and Nikon mount lens reviews: popular high-speed zoom revised – DxOMark
- Canon EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens: Review – pixelogist
- Canon EF 24-70mm f/4L IS USM review – popphoto
- Rokinon 35mm Cine T1.5 v.s. Canon EF 50mm f/1.2L vs Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM- planet5d
- Canon EOS-1D C and Samyang lenses test-The International Beethoven Piano Competition Vienna 2013 from Johnnie Behiri on Vimeo.
Canon press releases:
- Canon U.S.A. Announces New Sponsorship With Friends Of Acadia – Canon USA
- Select Canon imageCLASS, imageRUNNER and imageRUNNER ADVANCE LBPs and MFPs Now Support On-the-Go Printing for Certain File Formats for Android Devices – Canon USA
- Canon’s Customers Are Protected From Patent Infringement Claims Related To Systems Using Network Addressable Document Scanning Equipment And Software – Canon USA
The guys at Magnanimous Media made some slow motion tests with the Canon EOS C500. Using two Convergent Designs Gemini 444 Recorder they were able to activate the 120 fps functionally of the Canon EOS C500. The video above, named Palladium, is one of the two test video they produced. Overview and setup after the break.
One more deal. Top rated eBay seller bigvalueinc (98.2% positive ratings) has the Canon EOS 6D body only on sale for $1588.88 (click here). Free shipping, limited stock. New item in never opened box.
Update: bigvalueinc has the EOS 60D on sale for $549.99 (click here).
Not a rumor but it fits well in this post. Yongnuo announced the YN510EX flash, compatible off camera only with Canon’s E-TTL flash systems. Yongnuo makes inexpensive yet effective flash systems for Canon DSLR (among other brands). The Yongnuo YN510EX could cost somewhat between $75 and $125 (source: lightingrumours via slrlounge). Pics and press release after the break.
Canon EOS M with EF-M 18-55 IS STM and SpeedLite 90EX on Sale for €400 at Amazon France (€390 at Amazon Germany)
Amazon France has the Canon EOS M kit with the EF-M 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens and the SpeedLite 90EX on sale for €400 (click here). Same kit discounted also on Amazon Germany, on sale for €390 (click here). Not the killer deals going on in the USA (check this one too) but still pretty good deals for a well working mirrorless camera.