Through this interview with Canon’s products operation managers, you can learn about the technologies on EOS 5D Mark III, which is created as the third product of Canon’s Mid-Range Project, and see the creators passion and dedication to this camera – Canon Imaging Plaza
A definitely interesting and pretty technical article about the Canon EOS 5Ds by Luminous Landscape. The 5Ds performance from the point of view of how much the 50MP matter when it comes to print performance. Comparison with the EOS 1Ds Mark III is discussed.
The article is not easy to sum up. It comes with sample pics, pixel peeping, and more in-depth analysis Giving it a try with a quote:
[…] the 5Ds images are notably superior in resolution, but when it comes to making prints there is an important consideration. Not one of the half dozen non photographers I showed the prints to mentioned detail in the images. When asked for differences, most popular was spotting the slightly different view, next up was that the brickwork was ‘a bit redder’ in one print.
That’s not the whole story. Head over to LL for the article.
Canon released 2 new videos to celebrate the 10 years anniversary of the company’s winning EOS 5D series. The video below shows highlights of an interview with the developers of the EOS 5D series. You may also be interested in a long series of technical articles dedicated to the EOS 5D and its successors.
The EOS 5D line was a game changer in many aspects. Just think what the EOS 5D Mark II made for videographers. And we are looking forward to another milestone with the upcoming EOS 5D Mark IV.
The latest addition to the EOS 5D series are the Canon EOS 5Ds (Amazon, B&H Photo, Digitalrev, eBay, Adorama, KEH Camera, Canon USA) and EOS 5Ds R (Amazon, B&H Photo, Digitalrev, eBay, Adorama, KEH Camera, Canon USA).[via Photography Blog]
The Canon Digital Learning Centre posted a big bunch of articles about the EOS 5D series. Today Canon announced the 10 year anniversary event.
All articles are listed after the break. Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 5DS and EOS 5DS R are discussed.
We wrote about this project time ago. Now it evolved and we won’t miss the news.
The Dragonfly Telephoto Array belongs to the University of Toronto’s Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics. The ten EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II make up for approximately $100,000. The lenses were mounted on ten SBIG STF-8300M CCD cameras, and that makes up for another whooping $20,000. There is also a Paramount ME-II robotic telescope involved, which is yours for just $135,000.
What is the thing good for? Quoting:
Dragonfly is designed to reveal the faint structure [of the universe] by greatly reducing scattered light and internal reflections within its optics. It achieves this using ten, commercially available Canon 400mm lenses with unprecedented nano-fabricated coatings with sub-wavelength structure on optical glasses.
There are some research paper available if you are into this sort of scientific things:
- Forty-seven Milky Way-sized, Extremely Diffuse Galaxies in the Coma Cluster
- The discovery of seven extremely low surface brightness galaxies in the field of the nearby spiral galaxy M101
- First results from the Dragonfly Telephoto Array: the apparent lack of a stellar halo in the massive spiral galaxy M101
- Ultra Low Surface Brightness Imaging with the Dragonfly Telephoto Array