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Aurora Aperture Introduces Industry First Rear Mount Glass Filter for Canon EF 11-24mm F4L USM

By Canon Rumors | April 28, 2017

Aurora Aperture Inc., a Southern California startup, today has introduced the PowerND family of high quality fixed neutral density (ND) filters. The PowerND family consists of three ratings of light reduction capability: ND64 (6 stops),ND4000 (12 stops), and ND65000 (16 stops). Four different formats are available: circular filters from 37mm to 95mm, 100 x 100mm Read more…

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Ended: Canon EOS 5DS Body $2699 (Reg $3499) From Amazon

By Canon Rumors | April 2, 2017

We’re not sure if this is a pricing mistake or not, but Amazon has the Canon EOS 5DS Body for $2699 (Reg $3499). We don’t expect this to last beyond today. Canon EOS 5DS Body $2699 (Reg $3499)

Cambo Lens Adapter for Fuji GFX50s and Canon EF Lenses

By Canon Rumors | March 26, 2017

Cambo announces a new lens adapter to fit Canon lenses to the Fujifilm GFX50s. The CA-GFX will be the third Canon lens adapter that Cambo have manufactured and marketed for camera movement. Having successfully adapted Canon lenses to the Cambo ACTUS (ACB-CA) and more recently the WIDE series camera (WRES-CA.) It was a natural transition Read more…

Lomography Introduces the Color Negative F²/400 35mm film

By Canon Rumors | February 23, 2017

Lomography Color Negative F²/400 35mm Go Against the Grain with a Rescued Film Rarity Bringing Back a Long-Lost Film: Seven years ago, Lomography rescued the very last master roll of 400 ASA film from some renowned Italian filmmakers. Carefully Stored as a Master Roll: Ever the ones to experiment, Lomography transported F²/400 from Italy to Read more…

Review: BenQ SW320 32” inch Adobe RGB Monitor

By Canon Rumors | January 13, 2017

Our friend and brilliant photographer Joshua Holko has written a review of the BenQ SW320 32” inch Adobe RGB Monitor. The importance of a monitor geared towards photography is often overlooked by budding professional photographers for whatever reasons. At $1399, this BenQ monitor seems to answer the performance call without breaking the bank. From Joshua The Read more…

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