Zeiss Milvus 18mm f/2.8 Review – Photography Blog:
The Zeiss Milvus 18mm f/2.8 is a pleasure to use, thanks to its superb build quality and smooth focus ring. As this is a manual-focus only lens, you’d expect this aspect of the operation to be intuitive, and so it proved, especially as the Sony A7R II is geared up for accurate manual focusing, where focus peaking really helps speed up the process and improve the accuracy. The fact that it’s weather-sealed is also a real plus point.
“The best of both worlds…” Gali Tibbon on the EOS M5 – Canon Professional Network
Diving in the blue pearl of Siberia, by Franco Banfi – Canon Professional Network
Canon Rebel T6 Review: Can a modest upgrade sustain the popular entry-level Rebel through another generation? – Imaging Resource:
If you’re looking for a DSLR camera which shoots better photos than your smartphone or small-sensor compact camera can offer, and you’re on a very tight budget, well… you’re not likely to find a more affordable DSLR than the Canon T6. At least, not without taking a trip down memory lane to buy an older model. And that older camera likely won’t play nicely with your smartphone, making it harder than it needs to be to put your photos online for friends and family to see, so it’s probably smarter to stick with current offerings.
Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM Art real world sample gallery – DPReview
Top Tips for Small Product Photography – Canon Digital Learning Center
Canon EOS M5 Preview – Photography Blog
Exposure settings: Basic+ – Canon Professional Network
Making the Everyday Magical Through Your Photography, by Liza Gershman – Canon Digital Learning Center
Flight of fancy: Markus Varesvuo on the EOS-1D X Mark II – Canon Professional Network
Aquatica Announces Housing for Canon EOS-1D X Mark II – Dive Photo Guide
Canon USA v. Get It Digital Case Dismissed – Photograhpy Bay
I Sold My Sony Cameras – Here’s Why… – Dan Carr Photography
Below: BIRTV 2016: Canon show VR 360 degree rig using five ME200S-SH cameras – NewsShooter