Canon EXPO 2015 Coming to New York City, Paris, and more cities


Canon is rumored to hold an EXPO in 2015, where they showcase their latest technology. For the time being two locations are rumored but I am sure there will be more cities where Canon will hold their EXPO 2015.

  • New York City: September 9, 2015 – September 11, 2015
  • Paris: October 13, 2015 – October 15, 2015
[via CR]

First Canon EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R production models have been sent out


Ok, the Canon EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R production models started shipping, at least for select customers and top reviewing sites. Photography Blog on Facebook just posted an image of the EOS 5DS production model they got for review. Can’t wait to read the first reviews on a production model. The reviews on pre-production models have all been very good. Let’s see.

Everything is pointing to mass shipping starting mid June, but maybe Canon is about to anticipate it.

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Canon EOS M2 kits on sale at Amazon US


Though the Canon EOS M2 is supposed not to be on sale in the USA (and neither in Europe), it is on sale at Amazon US:

Btw, there are more EOS M2 kits on sale at Amazon US


  • 18.0-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
  • DIGIC 5 processing
  • Hybrid CMOS AF II system
  • Sensitivity: ISO 100-12,800, expandable to ISO 25,600
  • 4.6 FPS high-speed burst
  • 3-inch touchscreen LCD display
  • 1080p full HD video
  • Movie Servo AF continuous subject tracking
  • 8% reduction of body size than older models
  • remote operation of the smartphone

Canon EOS M3 review (much faster AF, excellent image quality)

Canon eos m3

Photography Blog reviewed the Canon EOS M3. In the conclusion:

[…] the EOS M3 is […] a good camera, and if you already have a number of EOS lenses, it’s a logical choice if you want to reduced the size of the overall system. With the addition of a much faster AF system, control and exposure compensation dials, bigger handgrip and a tilting LCD screen, more experienced photographers will find much to like. It really does need an integrated viewfinder, though – the days of buying an expensive EVF that takes up the flash hotshoe are long gone when all of the EOS M3’s principal rivals have one built-in, in a similar body size and at the same price-point. In terms of image quality, the EOS M3 happily fits the bill, with the new 24.2 megapixel sensor delivering very pleasing images throughout the ISO range.

As usual with EOS M3 reviews, the lack of native lenses is criticised. Read the full review at Photography Blog.

Canon EOS M3 now shipping! Price check for your country:
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Looking Glass – A video for your daily inspiration

Neat video by Vimeo user Bill Newsinger. Description:

Filmed by shooting directly into shop and office windows. I’ve been looking at the work of Saul Leiter and this has definitely influenced this film and my recent photography. Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Canon EF 100mm f 2.8L Macro IS USM.
The music is my own composition –

Get your daily inspiration! 🙂


Dustin Abbott, Zeiss Otus 1.4/55mm APO Distagon T* Review

I directly compared the Otus to the flagship 50mm lens from Canon, the EF 50mm f/1.2L. I praised that lens in many ways, and I do think it has more to offer than some have given it credit for. […] But at the same know that in every measurable head to head comparison (other than autofocus!) it was no contest. The Otus simply destroys it. The Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART series lens is somewhat better competition in terms of sharpness, and (to a lesser extent) contrast, but in overall image quality it falls short of Otus. The Sigma ART is a very nice lens, but, ironically, it isn’t nearly as “artful” as the Otus 55. The Otus has not only the biting sharpness and overall contrast but also adds a truly beautiful out of focus rendering that just seems to produce more “creaminess” than any of the lenses I stacked it up against.