Could we see the Canon EOS 5D Mark V in 2020?

In thrilling information for Canon followers, it seems to be as if there are about to be two main Canon digicam bulletins subsequent yr. The primary...

$6,000 iPhone 11 Pro Steve Jobs limited edition has a real piece of his...

Russian luxurious telephone firm Caviar has provide you with considered one of its most meta iPhone releases ever: the iPhone 11 Professional Superior Jobs, which has...

Nikon slashes up to £360 off DSLRs, Z mirrorless kits and lenses

Following on from the success of Nikon UK's summer season Prompt Financial savings Promotion, and the current launch of the Nikon Z50, Nikon UK has introduced...

Check out the new issue of PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine now on sale!

The good new challenge of PhotoPlus: The Canon Journal is on sale now – in addition to arriving in subscribers' postboxes too. This month inside PhotoPlus: The...

Canon DSLR Based Image Stabilization System

Let’s talk about Canon DSLR image stabilization, In past interviews Canon canon representatives told us that they do have the capability to add IS inside FF Mirrorless camera but due to cost and size issue they were not able to add it to EOS R.  Now, we have the patents and in upcoming 1DX Mark III camera. I do hope and expect the DSLR maker engineers won’t have to face the size and price issue as they have in  their FF Mirrorless camera. If they have the tech.. they will sure going to implement it on the upcoming Canon 1DX Mark III camera.

FUJIFILM “PRINTLIFE” PHOTO EXHIBIT SHOWS THE POWER OF THOUSANDS OF PRINTED IMAGES

FUJIFILM “PRINTLIFE” PHOTO EXHIBIT SHOWS THE POWER OF THOUSANDS OF PRINTED IMAGES Valhalla, New York., October 14, 2019 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation  will host its second annual Fujifilm Printlife Photo Exhibit in Vanderbilt Hall inside of New York City’s landmark Grand Central Terminal from October 16-20. The Exhibit features a collection of over 13,600 photographs submitted during a nationwide call for entries this summer. Consumers representing all 50 U.S. states, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico submitted their treasured memories, favorite images, and snapshots that they felt were worthy of public display.