April 8, 2014
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Canon EOS-1D X vs Nikon D4S Comparison Video (DigitalRev)

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Here is a 7 minutes video full of he usual humour we know coming from DigitalRev’s Kai that compares the not so new Canon EOS-1D X (price & specs) to Nikon’s new flagship, the 4DS (price & specs). In their own words:

We test the very best of Nikon against the apex of Canon, to answer the most important question – which one is better? The two years old battle-tested magnificent Canon 1D X or the all new all powerful Nikon D4S?

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April 8, 2014
Posted in Reviews

Interview With Canon’s Chuck Westfall About New XF205 and XF200 Cameras (NAB 2014)

Chuck Westfall (interviewed by Chuck Fadely) talks about Canon’s new XF205 and XF200 professional run-and-gun camcorders. The new camcorders are expected to ship in July 2014, price is $3,999 for the XF205 and $3,499 for the XF200.

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Chuck Westfall

Canon XF205

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Canon XF200

April 8, 2014
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Adobe Releases Lightroom For iPad (and updates Lightroom and DNG Converter)

Lightroom For iPad

Now it is official after having been rumored for a while: Adobe released Lightroom for the iPad as part of the Photoshop Photography Program ($9.99 per month, includes Lightroom and Photoshop). There are also updates for Lightroom (rel. 5.4 – Mac | Win) and Adobe DNG Converter (rel. 8.4 – Mac | Win).

Curious about Adobe Lightroom for iPad? Then have a look at the FAQ or at how to get started. If you want more, there is a series of videos on YouTube that might help to get an idea.

More videos after the break.

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April 8, 2014
Posted in News

Canon Australia’s New Site For Photography Events

Canon Australia

Canon Australia started a new site dedicated to photography events in Australia.

April 8, 2014
Posted in Rumors

Does Canon Make You Pay For Known Design Flaws?

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After having reported the Canon EOS-1D X’s auto-focus issue in cold weather, an information taken from a Canon internal document, Canon Rumors claims to have more such documents, and these documents apparently show that Canon is charging for repairs of known issues or design flaws of their gear.

According to the cited source, Canon knows about

a couple of lenses with design flaws and Canon is charging $250-$450 for these repairs out of warranty and not fully disclosing the design flaw to the customer.

Which, in plain words, means that Canon may charge you for repairs that are out of warranty for gear that has a known design flaw.

I don’t know what to think about that. If true, and worse: if proven, that Canon did not disclose design flaws and even charges for the repair of such issue, it could hit customers confidence in what the Canon brand name represents. Consider that these issues concern high-end gear as the EOS-1D X, which doesn’t exactly cost a handful of peanuts. The debate if Canon Rumors should or not post the documents they say to have is still going on here.

[via CR]

April 7, 2014
Posted in Deals

Deal: SanDisk 32GB CF Extreme Pro 600x Memory Cards – $89 (compare to $129)

SanDisk 32GB

B&H Photo has SanDisk 32GB CF Extreme Pro 600x UDMA memory cards on sale for $89 instead of $129.

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