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Sigma 70-200 f/2.8 OS Sport & Sigma 70-200 f/4 OS Contemporary Coming? [CR1]

Sigma 70-200 f/2.8 OS Sport & Sigma 70-200 f/4 OS Contemporary Coming? [CR1]

By Canon Rumors | December 10, 2017 | Third Party Lenses

We’re told that Sigma will be announcing two new 70-200mm lens in the early part of 2018. One of the lenses will be a 70-200mm f/2.8 DG OS Art series lens, and the other a 70-200mm f/4 DG OS contemporary lens.

The 70-200mm f/2.8 DG OS Sport has been rumored for quite some time, but this is the first time we’ve heard about an f/4 contemporary version.

This sort of announcement would make some sense for CP+ in February, I’m not sure CES in January is the place to announce these lenses.

This comes from an unknown source, so treat it accordingly.

Patent: Lots of Big White Lens Patent Applications Surface

Patent: Lots of Big White Lens Patent Applications Surface

By Canon Rumors | December 7, 2017 | Canon Patents

New patents for supertelephoto optical formulas have appeared at the USPTO.

The range of formulas is quite vast, all the way from a new EF 300mm f/2.8L IS to a new EF 800mm f/5.6L IS design.

We do think there will be some new “big white” lenses announced in the next 12 months, not including the EF 600mm f/4 DO IS. We’ve heard from at least one person that Canon may take the EF 200mm f/2L IS back to its f/1.8 roots. Though the latter hasn’t yet been confirmed.

Northlight-Images uncovered a lot of the patent applications, you can view them all here over at the USPTO. [12345]

Sigma Trade Up Program Gives $350.00 USD Back on Used EF, E, or PL System Mount Lenses Towards Sigma Cine Lens Purchase

Sigma Trade Up Program Gives $350.00 USD Back on Used EF, E, or PL System Mount Lenses Towards Sigma Cine Lens Purchase

By Canon Rumors | December 7, 2017 | Third Party Lenses

Ronkonkoma, NY – December 7, 2017 – Sigma Corporation of America, a leading still photo and cinema lens, camera, flash and accessory manufacturer, is inviting cinematographers to take advantage of the new Cine ‘Trade Up Program’ for the holidays. Sigma is offering camera operators, DPs, and cinematographers $350.00 USD off a Cine lens or lens bundle purchase when trading their used EF, E, and PL lenses. The Sigma Cine“Trade Up Program” is valid through December 31, 2017 through US Sigma Authorized Cine Dealers with a limit of one trade in lens per Sigma lens or lens bundle purchase and three trade in lenses in total. For full details on the Sigma Cine “Trade Up Program”, please visit https://www.sigmaphoto.com/cine-trade-up-program.

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More Cinema EOS C300 Mark III Information [CR0]

More Cinema EOS C300 Mark III Information [CR0]

By Canon Rumors | December 7, 2017 | Canon Cinema EOS Rumors

*UPDATE* We’re going to downgrade this set of EOS C300 Mark III rumors to [CR0] after getting some confirmation from someone we trust.

Earlier in the week we posted some information about the Canon EOS C300 Mark III that came from unknown places. Yesterday we received more information from the same place. It’s starting to feel like we may be getting trolled.

Anyway, here’s what else we’ve been told is coming in the new camera.

  • 4K Internal 4:4:4
  • 6K RAW
  • Priced above $20,000
  • Newly designed shoulder mount.

Over the years I’ve learned that if a specification list doesn’t feel like it’s something Canon would do, it’s because Canon isn’t going to be doing it. This feels like one of those times.

Take all of this with a huge grain of salt.

Review: Canon EOS M100 by TDP

Review: Canon EOS M100 by TDP

By Canon Rumors | December 5, 2017 | Canon Reviews

Bryan over at The-Digital-Picture has completed his review of Canon’s latest entry level mirrorless camera, the EOS M100.

From TDP:

From an exciting brand-new features perspective, the Canon EOS M100 is going to turn few heads. However, the existing features packaged into this tiny camera combined with a very-attractive price will.

Among the most-attracted to the M100 will be those misled by promises of great image quality from their phones or simply those growing dissatisfied by the same. Once phone images are viewed on a full-sized monitor or otherwise used to create modestly large prints, most will likely be disappointed, discovering that the purported great image quality doesn’t meet their own definition. The large, high resolution APS-C format imaging sensor in the M100 will, especially in low light, far surpass the abilities of any mobile phone in existence. Read the full review

Canon has produced another winning mirrorless camera, now if we only had more lenses to choose from.

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