Canon Rebel T6i/EOS 750D To Be Announced For CP+ (CW4, and more mention of 11-24mm f/4L coming)

Is this the Rebel T6i/EOS 750D?

Canon Rumors got word that Canon will announce the Rebel T6i/EOS 750D shortly before CP+. They write:

We’ve received confirmation that the camera that has appeared in a recent Canon leak is indeed the next Rebel and we should see the announcement sometime before CP+ in February. No specifications for the camera were given.

The same rumor reported by CR also suggest that the DSLR Canon leaked last week (images above and below) in a Connect Station CS100 promo video, is indeed the Rebel T6i/EOS 750D. If true, this means Canon is moving the Rebel line upmarket, since the depicted DSLR has a lock slider and a top LCD display, both features usually seen starting from the semi-pro line-up. And since it is used together with the CS100 we can also assume it will have NFC. The image below also depicts the supposed T6i/750D.

Is this the Rebel T6i/EOS 750D?

CR’s rumor also confirms our rumor posted a few days ago that Canon will announce the (already leaked) EF 11-24mm f/4L lens for CP+, suggesting a price of $2899 in USA and $3099 in Canada.

More pics of the supposed Rebel T6i/EOS 750D:



[via Canon Rumors]

Canon Publishes Product Advisory for Insufficient Contact to the Camera’s Battery Terminal in Powershot Cameras

Canon Rumor

Canon product advisory:

Thank you for using Canon products.

The purpose of this announcement is to inform our customers of the details of the phenomenon described below, as well as of the actions Canon is taking to address this phenomenon. Because we value the trust our customers have placed in us, we are dedicated to delivering industry-leading service and support for our products. We offer our sincerest apologies to any customer who may be inconvenienced.

In rare instances, it is possible that units of the Potentially Affected Products listed below may exhibit the following operation errors, depending on usage conditions, due to insufficient contact between the camera’s battery terminal and the battery, even when the battery has sufficient power remaining.

  • The message “Charge the battery” appears immediately.
  • The power sometimes does not turn on.
  • The power turns off during use.

Potentially Affected Product
Please confirm whether your camera may be a Potentially Affected Product by checking the sixth digit from the left in the serial number which is located on the bottom of the camera body.

Product Location of serial number Potentially Affected units
PowerShot ELPH 135 Products whose sixth digit from the left is “0” may be affected.
PowerShot ELPH 150 IS Products whose sixth digit from the left is “0” may be affected.
PowerShot ELPH 340 HS Products whose sixth digit from the left is “0” may be affected.
PowerShot SX280 HS Products whose sixth digit from the left is “0” to “4” may be affected.
PowerShot S120 Products whose sixth digit from the left is “0” or “1” may be affected.
PowerShot ELPH 140 IS Products whose sixth digit from the left is “0” may be affected.


Among products with the serial numbers described above, if there is a marking inside the battery cover like the ones in the images below, the issue has already been corrected, and you may continue to use your camera as is with no further action required.

Product Marking position
PowerShot ELPH 135 Marking is on the inside of battery cover.
PowerShot ELPH 150 IS Marking is on the inside of battery cover.
PowerShot ELPH 340 HS Marking is on the inside of battery cover.
PowerShot SX280 HS Marking is on the inside of battery cover.
PowerShot S120 Marking is on the inside of battery cover.
PowerShot ELPH 140 IS Marking is on the inside of battery cover.


If your camera exhibits the phenomenon described in this announcement, your camera, battery pack and battery charger will be inspected, and repaired or replaced with a refurbished product (in Canon’s sole discretion), free of charge. Moreover, if you paid repair fees to have your camera repaired specifically for this phenomenon, Canon will refund the fee paid, subject to Canon’s confirmation that the repair was performed. If you own a camera that exhibits this phenomenon, or if you have a question about whether your camera is a Potentially Affected Product, please contact our Customer Support Center.

Please note that the support above will be available until the end of 2019 only.

This information is for residents of the United States and Puerto Rico only. If you do not reside in the USA or Puerto Rico, please contact the Canon Customer Support Center in your region.

Thank you,
Customer Support Operations
Canon U.S.A., Inc

Contact Information for Inquiries
Canon Customer Support Center
Phone: 1-800-OK-CANON
TDD: 1-866-251-3752
For additional support options:

Five Interviews With Five Emerging Canon Photographers

ilovehatephotography posted five interviews with five emerging professional photographers using Canon gear.

0 (4)


Photography is about perspectives. How you create your images depend on how you see the world, through your experiences, your culture, and your understanding. The wonderful thing about the art is that it lets you share those perspectives directly through your images.

Read the interview –>


Canon Photographers


Thomas Delahaye is not the kind of photographer who does macro and wild-life photography in a naturalistic way. He has an amazing eye to see the perspectives and catch the subject with his artistic vision, even if he has to place himself in original position to create his photographs.

Read the interview –>


0 (2)


Aurelien is our very first talented photographer that iLHP is glad to showcase thanks to our Flickr Group. His astral photographs and landscape shots are simply outstanding.

Read the interview –>


0 (1)


Katharina Jung is part of this new generation of young female photographers who open up new perspectives in the photography field. Her work and talent has been discovered and rewarded this month on Flickr with a very prestigious prize for young photographers: 20under20.

Read the interview –>




Cyril Verron is one of those photographers who create magic out of their cameras sensors. His ability to make masterwork is amazing. He is a full-time pro with great projects to come for nature lovers.

Read the interview –>

Canon EOS 7D Mark II Timelapse Video Tutorial

This short video comes from our friends at Photography Bay. The EOS 7D Mark II has a built-in time-lapse functionality. The tutorial explains the settings and shows how to do it. Particularly useful: the video shows how to overcome the 99 pics limit.

Want to know more about the game changing EOS 7D Mark II? Read about the EOS 7D Mark II’s excellent weather sealing, the highly advanced AF, and the industry leading high ISO performance (have a look here too). All our coverage on the EOS 7D Mark II can be seen here (and there is a lot).

Timelapse [via Photography Bay]

Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L Coming for CP+ Next Month? (CW2)

EF 11-24mm f/4L

I got word that Canon might announce the already leaked EF 11-24mm f/4L lens for CP+ in February 2015.

An image of EF 11-24mm f/4L leaked some time ago (the image on top of the post), and all agree it was the real thing and not photo-shopped. Another leak happened shortly after on Canon Germany’s site. Finally, there is also a published patent for a 11-24mm f/4 lens. The lens is rumored to come with a pretty high price tag, around $3000.

The lens is real. We were expecting the announcement to happen in 2014 but id didn’t. An announcement for CP+ is at least plausible. New source, so keep salt ready 🙂

About our rumour ratings:

  • CW1 – probably fake rumor, not reliable
  • CW2 – rumor from an unknown/new source, but otherwise at least a plausible rumor
  • CW3 – a 50% chance to be real, coming from a known source, or from new source with good insight in Canon’s business
  • CW4 – rumor from a known source that was right in the past
  • CW5 – as good as certain to be true