To be honest that’s mainly a Nikon rumor that came in with a Canon information as bonus. I have been told by a trusted source (thanks drphotorumor) that Nikon will officially announce the Nikon D4S on February 25th. That fits perfectly with information I got that Canon will soon follow with a competing DSLR, possibly announcing it in March 2013.
The D4S follows the Nikon D4, and competes with Canon’s EOS-1D X. If the rumor is reliable that would mean Canon could soon announce a new high-end DSLR. However, I don’t think that this DSLR would replace the EOS-1D X, it wold rather be a new high-end DSLR that will be placed beside the 1D X. That’s what I have been told in the past: that Canon is working on a new high-end full-frame DSLR that will surpass the 1D X feature-wise.
If you follow Canon Watch, you probably know that a general overhaul of Canon’s line-up and naming scheme is rumored (called by the source the biggest change in Canon’s history).
As usual, these are rumors and have to be taken as such, tough the source is trusted and was right in the past. Stay tuned.
This is a pretty interesting infographic made by the people at hastalosmegapixeles. The graphic shows a breakdown of the cameras used for the World Press Photo 2014 awards, won by Canon photographer John Stanmeyer. Canon dominates.
58% of the cameras used are Canon cameras, 28% are Nikon cameras. Canon is prominent with the Canon EOS-1D X (8%), the Canon EOS 5D Mark III (7%), and even with the relatively old Canon EOS 5D Mark II (7%). No surprise here: Canon rules the professional photographers world.
Nice to see that an entry-level camera, the Canon Rebel T3/EOS 1100D, is also part of the game (1%). The original article (translated) claims that 86% of the winners used Canon gear, but I can not see it in the info graphic. Finally, there is still people using film (2%), and mirrorless cameras do not appear to play any role (3%), but some are using compact cameras (2%).
[via The Phoblographer]
For a new series of moving portraits looking under the skin of some of the fashion industry’s most famous and influential people, photographer, filmmaker and Canon Explorer Clive Booth turned to the Cinema EOS C500 Digital Cinema Camera. For the first film in the series – focusing on fashion designer Henry Holland – he was looking to take advantage of the C500’s 4K shooting capabilities, and a whole lot more. Clive Booth tells CPN writer James Morris about his long-standing relationship with the Canon EOS System, and how the C500 has enabled shooting capabilities that weren’t possible before…
The video above is the first film in the series, and the film is a portrait of fashion designer Henry Holland. You may be more interested to see the behind the scenes video, which can be seen here (scroll down to the bottom).
More after the break.