Canon had a good showing at the Oscars last night, as every documentary nominated was predominately shot on Canon cameras according to Cinema5D.
Nokishita posted a new list of camera codes used in certification authorities.Note that both DS126751 and DS126761 are either DSLRs or full frame mirrorless cameras. One might be the replacement for the EOS 5Ds(R) or the rumored high resolution EOS R model. It’s suggested that both models have a full frame sensor, either in a DSLR or a MILC. However, DS126761 seems to refer to a more entry level oriented camera and thus may well point to the Canon EOS 80D or Rebel SL2 replacements (maybe something got lost in translation?). Both are expected to be announced in the first half of 2019. P2355 refers to a PowerShot camera and might be the PowerShot G7X Mark III. No signs of the EOS 7D Mark III here.
Thanks Peter.Not that we didn’t know Canon will announce the Canon EOS 7D Mark III soon.B&H Photo lists the Canon EOS 7D Mark II body only option as discontinued. First signs were already visible in April 2018.
The Canon 4K6020Z, 4K5020Z Native 4K Laser projectors and RL-SL07RST Standard Zoom Lens are all scheduled to be available in late November 2018 for a suggested retail price of $45,799, $43,499 and $8,000 respectively. For more information, please visit usa.canon.com/projectors.
Starting today until Monday 10/22 you can save 1o% on Canon and Nikon gear at KEH with code NIKCAN10A (use it at checkout).
Magic Lantern‘s A1ex and EOSHD made some tests with Magic Lantern on the brand new Canon EOS R. And it appears to work. Or at least we have a proof of concept.
Both ShutterCount 3.4 and Kuuvik Capture 4.1 now support the new Canon EOS R.Kuuvik Capture is a powerful tethering software and can be purchased in the Mac App Store.
A slide from an EOS R/RF lens presentation confirms Canon is working on IBIS for future EOS R cameras. The system is called “All Optical IS” and it looks like in-lens and in-body image stabilization will work in harmony.