Never the less, Canon patent application 2019-219650 (Japan) discusses how to feature IBIS on what seem to clearly be cameras in the Canon EOS M and Canon PowerShot lineup. So, IBIS coming to the m ore entry level oriented Canon cameras? Maybe not soon, but maybe sometime.
More Canon patent applications are listed here. Some particularly interesting patent applications we think might get into production are these:
Below, a Canon EOS R vs Nikon Z6 comparison: The MAIN REASON I would choose the Canon EOS R over the Nikon Z 6 in 2019 by Manny Ortiz (EOS R vs Nikon Z6)
Above: This researcher created an algorithm that removes the water from underwater images by Scientific American:
Why do all the pictures you take underwater look blandly blue-green? The answer has to do with how light travels through water. Derya Akkaynak, an oceangoing engineer from the University of Haifa, has figured out a way to recover the colorful brilliance of the deep.
Although the Canon RF 28-70mm f2 L USM is a massive lens, it’s also understandably so. The photographer who will spring for this lens really needs the extra stop of light and genuinely wants super high-quality images. That’s what you’re going to get with the Canon RF 28-70mm f2 L USM. Couple this with better autofocusing abilities that have come out recently and the exemplary build quality, and you’ve got an excellent lens–on paper.
The Canon RF 85mm f1.2 L USM produces truly beautiful bokeh, excellent sharpness, plenty of micro-contrast, and overall exceptional image quality. Its performance is quite snappy as well and it’s capable of focusing and tracking fast-moving subjects quickly and accurately. True to Canon’s heritage, this lens is built like a tank and features some of the best weather sealing we’ve seen
Got an Old Canon Point-and-Shoot Camera? Hack It (Add new features and write scripts with CHDK firmware) – IEEE Spectrum
Practical Use of Field Curvature Graphs – the 50mm Primes – Lens Rentals
National Geographic Declares Three Fujifilm Cameras Best Travel Cameras for 2020 – Fuji Rumors
The Canon G7 X Mark III takes the features that made its predecessor a solid camera: its fast 24-100mm equiv. lens, very good image quality and tilt-up screen – and tried to make the camera into even more appealing to the vlogging crowd. Canon added support for 4K video with no crop, live streaming over YouTube (a first for any camera), an external mic socket and support for vertical video capture. Video quality is good, though not best-in-class, as long as you stay away from the ‘high’ image stabilization setting.
[…] Taken as a whole, the PowerShot G7 X Mark III is a very good camera. As a stills camera, it’s one of the best enthusiast compacts on the market, and a good value considering its feature set. Its video specs are impressive, though its autofocus and video recording limit are not. Read the review at DPReview