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  • The better late than never Canon C100 (Adorama | B&H) review PLUS video review of the Canon XA25! – Philip Bloom

    • Same sensor as C300 and C500 which means stunning performance. Image look amazing.
    • Low light performance is pretty much as good as it gets right now
    • Terrific audio handling, good quality pre-amps, phantom power proper XLRS
    • Ergonomically great. All the buttons are in the right place and very easy to access key features with a twiddle here and a press there. Very intuitive
    • Terrific dynamic range with excellent gamma curves and the wondrous C-LOG
    • LCD is excellent


  • Canon PowerShot A2600 Review – ephotozine (sample pics, lab shots, etc)

    • For those in the market for a budget compact camera, the Canon PowerShot A2600 is going to appeal. Available for just £80, it has decent enough image quality and a well built metal body that looks stylish in any of the colours it is available in. There are a few cons; short battery life, slow continuous shooting and the lack of optical image stabilisation, but these are perfectly acceptable for this price. You can use the eco mode to ensure you get the most from the battery and beginners to photography will find the help menu useful.


  • Canon Rebel SL1/EOS 100D Camera Review – The Perfect Camera For Walkers – Walks And Walking
  • Canon sees good growth opportunities in camera market – thestar
  • Canon & Ron Howard’s Project Imaginat10n – Jules Bianchi
  • Red State Cinematographer Turns to Canon Cameras – sportsvideo
    • CANON 5D Mk III-KLEIN A director of photography for the past two decades, David Klein, ASC, has shot movies and television shows using numerous film and digital formats. “Every motion-picture film stock has its own look,” he noted, “and that’s true of every digital cinema camera as well.” A firm believer that the needs of the production should always dictate its capture medium, Klein shot the 2011 feature Red State using a combination of digital camera systems, including EOS 7D Digital SLR cameras from Canon U.S.A.

  • Canon, Nikon struggle against smartphone cameras in Korea – c|net

  • Canon EOS 5D Mark III Magic Lantern RAW / FULL REVIEW – Part I – NotWorkingFilms

  • Scratching the Color Filter Array Layer Off a DSLR Sensor for Sharper B&W Photos – PetaPixel

    • In October 2012, astrophotographer Raymond Collecutt of Whangarei, New Zealand shared a new (and risky) idea he was playing around with: converting a standard DSLR into a sharper monochrome camera for photographing space.
      After removing the glass layer that’s covering the sensor of his Canon 1000D (“It pops off slowly with a small screwdriver,” he says), Collecutt started scratching the green layer from the surface of his sensor using a soft point. This layer is the color filter array (CFA) that helps capture color information. It’s a layer that’s directly on the surface of the sensor (unlike the infrared filter, which sits above the sensor).
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