Above: The Calling 4K – CanonUSA
Cinematographer Russell Carpenter, ASC and Canon Explorer Of Light Tyler Stableford team up for the first U.S. based EOS C700 shoot which shows off the versatility and low light capabilities of Canon’s new EOS C700.
Above: Mount a Canon 5D Mark III to a custom drone and capture the beauty of nature – Fotostacja
Photographer Miron Bogacki mounted a Canon EOS 5D Mark III to a custom-built octocopter and flew the drone over Northern Poland in the Valley of Drwęca.
Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM Review – ephotozine
Although lacking in some areas of the performance, this lens is actually a lot of fun to use. The results are bright and crisp at wide to mid apertures, although admittedly falling off quite dramatically at longer lengths and smaller apertures.
It is a great travel lens and has the benefit of the add-on Power Zoom Adapter, which may well be an exciting development for videographers.
Nauticam Announces Housing for Canon EOS 5D Mark IV – Dive Photo Guide
Review of the Canon G7 X Mark II in Fantasea Housing – Dive Photo Guide
New Rebel DSLR Coming for CES in January [CR2] – Canon Rumors
Canon 5D Mark IV Field Test Part I: A wealth of useful upgrades in a familiar shell – Imaging Resource
Below: Mount Tamalpais Fog – A 4K Timelapse – Danny MacRostie
My obsession with chasing the fog on Mount Tamalpais over the last 18 months comes together in this 90 second timelapse video. One and half years of foggy sunrises and sunsets just north of San Francisco, CA. When the conditions were right, I would be up and out the door by 4:00 in the morning to make the 45-minute drive and 30-minute hike up Mt. Tam to be setup for the sunrise. In the evenings I would race home from work, grab my gear, and head back out, often running down the trail with a backpack full of gear to be just in time for sunset.
Canon DSLR’s (5DMkIII and 7D), Canon lenses (16-35, 28-135, 70-200), Vanguard tripod. Custom build PC, Lightroom CC, After Effects CC and Premiere CC.