The Canon USA Store has stock the refurbished Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS III USM for only $1519 with a Canon USA warranty, the regular price on this lens is $1899.
Introducing the EOS Ra Camera with Specialized Filtration that Delivers Four Times Greater Hydrogen-alpha Wavelength (656.3 nm) Transmittance Compared to the EOS R
New camera resets the tone for the mirrorless marketNovember 6, 2019 – Building on the foundation established in 2015 with the visionary Leica SL-System, Leica Camera proudly introduces the Leica SL2, the storied brand’s new icon and next evolutionary step towards building the perfect all-purpose camera. By listening closely to the valued feedback of photographers and existing SL owners, Leica made many efforts to push the envelope of technological innovation and performance while respecting its heritage of design and legacy. In addition to a technical marvel of pure performance and unmatched build quality, the Leica SL2 is also a joyous experience to use with improved ergonomics and more comfortable grip married to the well-established, simplified three-button control layout, further unifying the Leica design language across multiple product lines. While cutting-edge new features such as in-body image stabilization unlocks newfound potential from legendary Leica M-Lenses, it simultaneously augments the growing selection of SL-Lenses which are some of the finest optics Leica has ever produced. The Leica SL2 is the natural evolution of the innovative Leica SL, serving as a groundbreaking embrace of the future of digital photography and videography while paying homage to its respected history and lineage.
If you are a Canon RF user, even if you aren’t interested in buying the M6 Mark II you should be interested in the reviews as it’s a precursor to better performance on the EOS RF mount. The M6 Mark II gives us a glance into a future world of high performance Canon mirrorless cameras.
Canon News discovered yet another patent, this one discussing what appears to be a high powered flash that also includes continuous LED lighting.
Canon News has discovered an interesting patent that identifies external accessory based cooling for a 1 series camera body. While this camera shown in the illustrations is clearly a 1 series camera, it does not appear to be the 1DX Mark III body. It’s highly possible that this was one of the early attempts to manage heat in the upcoming 1DX Mark III that was later abandoned.