Canon Announces The EOS M200. An Upgraded Entry Level Mirrorless Camera with Eye AF and 4k Recording
Canon officially announced the updated EOS M200, an entry level 4k Mirrorless camera with 4k recording and Eye Detection AF
Canon’s 6D Mark II Dynamic Range Worse Than Its Predecessor & APS-C 80D | Who Is It For?
What’s Canon’s purpose and game plan here?
Canon 6D Mark II Special Live Stream Event | Watch Here Tonight
After much speculation and years of waiting Canon unveiled its 6D Mark II today to much excitement, and at 7PM…
Canon Dual Pixel CMOS AF vs Hybrid CMOS AF | The Technical & Real World Differences
If the past 5 months have told us something about Canon, it’s that Canon is beginning to give more attention…
Canon Patent Reveals Advanced New AF Technology, Possibly In 7D Replacement
In talking to readers of the site and just other random photographers on the street, I have come to hear a lot of the things people want from this Canon 7D replacement. A popular one is for a powerful AF system, an unsurprising request given the target market of the 7D. Well, a new Canon patent (well, new in that we just found out about it) indicates that those people may just be getting what they want.
Latest Canon Rumors Tease 5D Mark III Hardware Hacks, Dual ISO AF, and 7D Mark II
There have been a couple different Canon rumors circulating and in an effort to save space and not take up a bunch of your feed I decided to post a summary of all three in this one post.
Canon to Offer Dual Pixel AF Upgrade for C100 Cinema Cameras
In what has got to be a pretty surprising decision, Canon has announced that they will be offering Dual Pixel sensor upgrades on their C100 cinema cameras. This is the first time, that I am aware of, that Canon has ever offered a sensor upgrade on a camera.
How does your DSLR Auto Focus Actually Work?
We all use the autofocus (AF) systems in our DSLRs on a daily basis, they are one of the most important aspects of our cameras – without them achieving perfect focus would mean a slow manual process. We have all heard terms like “Phase Detection” or “Contrast Detection” and know they are referring to the AF system, but what does it actually mean? What is actually going on behind the scenes in our cameras?