Canon EOS M10 Review (simplified user experience, good image quality, Imaging Resource)

Canon EOS M10 Review (simplified User Experience, Good Image Quality, Imaging Resource)

Canon EOS M10: Amazon USA, B&H Photo, Digitalrev, eBay, Adorama, Canon USA

Imaging Resource posted their review of Canon’s entry-level mirrorless camera, the EOS M10.

From the conclusion:

The Canon EOS M10 is a good option for beginning photographers looking for their first interchangeable lens camera. Its mirrorless design allows it to be quite compact while also utilizing relatively small lenses. The camera’s straightforward, simple design may be a negative for some photographers, but we think that it should be considered a plus for beginners who might otherwise be overwhelmed by some of the options on the market. Given the M10’s excellent use of its touchscreen display, we consider it a very user-friendly camera. Read the review…

Canon EOS M10 sample pictures are here.

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Canon’s Océ Arizona Flatbed Printers Earn Prestigious Awards at Recent Industry Events

Océ Arizona 1280

Canon press release:

Both the Océ Arizona 1280 and 2280 models recognized at SGIA Expo and GRAPH EXPO

MELVILLE, N.Y., October 20, 2016 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced that two Océ Arizona series printer models received the Specialty Graphic & Imaging Association (SGIA) Product of the Year Award. The prestigious honor, presented during the 2016 SGIA Expo, preceded the Océ Arizona 1280 XT’s recent recognition by Printing News in their 2016 Readers’ Choice Top Product Awards, in the Output Device: Wide-Format Flatbed Inkjet Printers (24-inches +) category.

The Océ Arizona series printers won in the following SGIA categories:

  • SGIA 2016 Product of the Year for UV Flatbed + White \\$100-200k: Océ Arizona 1280 GT
  • SGIA 2016 Product of the Year for UV Flatbed + White \\$200-500k: Océ Arizona 2280 XT
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How to transform a inexpensive DIY keychain game kit in a Canon timelapse remote


Cool hack by Ilya Titov: a keychain sized gadget that allows you to set a timelapse triggering scheme for your Canon DSLR.

All you need is a small game kit called Attiny Arcade, a small IR LED which will be used to send commands to the camera, and the necessay code to operate the remote. The software is open source and can be downloaded here.

The project doesn’t seem difficult to realise.

[via DIY Photography]


Canon USA Launches New Professional Service & Support Center in Lyndhurst, New Jersey, geared toward industry professionals and photo enthusiasts

Canon USA Launches New Professional Service & Support Center In Lyndhurst, New Jersey, Geared Toward Industry Professionals And Photo Enthusiasts

Located just minutes from Manhattan, the new state-of-the-art facility offers full service repair and maintenance operations for photographers and the cinema and broadcast industry. Visitors can also experience the latest Canon imaging products in the professional products showroom.

Canon press release:

Canon U.S.A. Launches New Professional Service & Support Center in Lyndhurst, New Jersey

MELVILLE, N.Y., October 18, 2016 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced that their service operation in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey has relocated to 125 Chubb Ave., Suite 100N, Lyndhurst, New Jersey. The new Professional Service & Support Center is geared toward industry professionals and photo enthusiasts and is designed to support the imaging community in the New York metropolitan area. This facility will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM on a walk-in basis with no appointments needed.

At this new location, Canon will showcase many of its latest imaging products in the professional products showroom with a Canon technical expert on-site to demonstrate product features and answer questions. The state-of-the-art facility also offers repair and maintenance operations for Canon’s extensive lineup of professional Cinema and Broadcast lenses, EF series photography lenses, Cinema EOS and EOS Digital SLR cameras, and high-definition camcorders. Repair operations at the facility include six state-of-the-art lens and camera adjustment rooms, Canon’s most advanced adjustment and calibration equipment, spare parts inventory, and experienced repair staff.

“The new facility in Lyndhurst will provide an inviting location for Canon’s existing customers as well as new customers looking to learn more about our products,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, president and COO, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “This move also continues the expansion and improvements of our 100 percent U.S.-based service and support network.”

The Lyndhurst facility is one of three service facilities that Canon has made available to professional clients, joining the Canon Hollywood Professional Technology & Support Center, located in Hollywood, California, and the Chicago Professional Service & Support Center, located in Itasca, Illinois. These facilities provide local support to key markets and deliver an average repair process time of less than two days for CPS customers.

Additional camera and lens service facilities for both professional and consumer clients are located in Jamesburg, NJ, Costa Mesa, CA and Newport News, VA.

For an exciting video tour highlighting the features of the new facility, please visit:

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Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III review (best f/2.8 wide-angle zoom available, LensRentals)

Canon EF 16-35mm F/2.8L III Review (best F/2.8 Wide-angle Zoom Available, LensRentals)

 Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III: Amazon USA, B&H Photo, Digitalrev, eBay, Adorama, Canon USA

At a glance:

  • EF-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
  • Aperture Range: f/2.8 to 22
  • Three Aspherical & Two UD Elements
  • Subwavelength & Air Sphere Coatings
  • Ring-Type Ultrasonic Motor AF System
  • Internal Focus; Full-Time MF Override
  • Fluorine Coating on Exposed Elements
  • Dust- and Water-Resistant Construction
  • Rounded 9-Blade Diaphragm

LensRentals felt the pulse of the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III

From a resolution standpoint, the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8  III is the best f/2.8 wide-angle zoom available. You might be better served with the f/4 IS and some money in your pocket. There are also some very good wide-angle f/2.8 zooms available from third party manufacturers that are a lot less expensive and might offer more bang-for-the-buck. But if your style of photography needs the highest resolution you can get with a wide-angle lens, well this is it.

Another point in favour of this professional lens:

[…] sample variation for wide-angle zooms is usually pretty significant, but the new EF 16-35mm f/2.8 III keeps that under pretty good control

All this goodness comes at a price, it’s $2,199.

[via LensRentals]