Interview with Canon about the ME20F-SH, Canon’s ISO 4.5 Million Camera

Cinema5D talked to Canon about their new 4 Million ISO camera, the Canon ME20F-SH. THe short interview in the video above was taken at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam.

A few days ago Canon Japan published a video that showcases the impressive performance of the Canon ME20F-SH. You have to watch it.

There is also an article by B&H Explora about Canon’s high ISO champion.

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Below: Jared Polin talks about the Canon ME20F-SH

Canon XC10 rated highly for performance in European Broadcasting Union report

Canon XC10 Rated Highly For Performance In European Broadcasting Union Report

Canon XC10: B&H Photo | Adorama. Canon press release:

Canon XC10 rated highly for performance in European Broadcasting Union report

United Kingdom, 11 SEPTEMBER 2015 – Canon today announces that the XC10 video camera has been independently tested in accordance with European Broadcast Union (EBU) standards for HD content acquisition¹. The tests found that the large 1.0 inch Canon CMOS sensor coupled with Canon’s DIGIC DV5 image processor provides ‘little or no aliasing’ concluding ‘ its performance meets (HD) Tier 1, and it easily meets (HD) Tier 2L’² allowing its use in a wide array of broadcast and cinematography applications.

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Only One Day left: Zack Arias & Co offering Photography Training & Tools for just $127 (reg. $3,300) – With Charity!

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The 5 day deal is back… and it’s even better than the one of last year! You can get a photography bundle worth of $3,300 for just $127!

If you are intersted, I invite you to purchase the bundle via thedigitaltrekker here, since 100% of the affialiate earnings will go to the charity project On Field Media Project (OFMP), where Matt helps NGO’s around the world to tell their story through photography.

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Our Canon EOS M3 review: a powerhouse with shortcomings

Our Canon EOS M3 Review: A Powerhouse With Shortcomings

The Canon EOS M3 is the company’s third mirrorless camera. And it is Canon’s first serious mirrorless camera, with many features and functions that will appeal to the enthusiasts. So, how does the EOS M3 perform and is it right for you?

It seems Canon listened to their customers while developing the EOS M3. Unlike the original EOS M, the M3 gained additional controls, a large grip, and has a 3-inch touchscreen that tilts up (180 degrees) and down (45 degrees). The EOS M3 features a new 24MP APS-C sensor, 49-points Hybrid CMOS III AF system, DIGIC 6 processor, Full 1080p HD video at 24/25/30 fps, ISO 100-12800 (expandable to 25600), a two-level axis, WiFi and NFC connectivity, 4.2 fps, a built-in flash, 14 bit RAW, and a flash hot-shoe that can be used to mount an EVF. The EOS M3 is a powerhouse with shortcomings. Bear with me for the review after the break. I also start We Shoot EOS M, a forum dedicated to all EOS M shooters, and available to other Canon shooters too.

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Zeiss Milvus lenses first impression and test footage

News Shooter had a brief hands-on with the new Zeiss Milvus lenses. They say:

The materials used and the damping on the focus ring felt very like the Otus range of lenses, and each Milvus has a very solid feel. The 50mm f1.4 and 85mm f1.4 are completely new optical designs and are said to be very close to the performance of the flagship Otus lenses.

The new Zeiss Milvus lenses can be pre-ordered:

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