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Adobe Releases Lightroom 6.2 & CC 2015.2

Canon Rumors | Oct 5, 2015

Canon EOS M10 at Canon Store

Canon EOS M10 at Canon Store

By Canon Rumors | October 11, 2015 | Canon DSLR Rumors

The upcoming Canon EOS M10 mirrorless camera has appeared on the Canon USA estore, along with the brand new Canon EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM kit lens. The EOS M10 will come in black, white and gray.

About the Canon EOS M10:

Step up to EOS camera quality in a simple and easy-to-use package! The EOS M10 camera combines a lightweight, compact design with the power and image quality EOS cameras are known for along with the versatility of interchangeable lenses. Inside is an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor that’s paired with the DIGIC 6 Image Processor to help capture colorful, detailed videos and photos, even in low-light situations. To help expand creative opportunities, the EOS M10 is compatible with a wide range of compact EF-M lenses specially designed for EOS M series digital cameras, and the extensive range of EF* and EF-S* lenses used with Canon’s DSLR cameras. It also has easy-to-use and automatic settings like the innovative Creative Assist to simplify photo adjustments and help ensure your images are how you want them. Self Portrait mode extends that assistance to help you grab great selfies by adjusting settings that smooth skin tones and artistically blur backgrounds. If it’s too dark for a normal photo, a built-in pop-up flash lights up dark spaces. All these powerful features combine to make the EOS M10 worthy of your attention, while being conveniently wrapped in a slim, stylish camera.

  • Legendary Image Quality in the Palm of Your Hand
    The EOS M10 camera features a lightweight, comfortably designed body that’s easy to hold and take with you. From overseas vacations to backyard family gatherings, the EOS M10’s compact size means it can easily be on hand, without getting in the way. A built-in thumb grip also lets you grasp the body securely, while the rounded edges make holding the camera easier when recording long video clips. All this while still featuring the image quality for which Canon EOS cameras are so well known.
  • Superb Detail With Minimal Noise
    The 18.0 Megapixel CMOS sensor captures lots of detail with very little image noise. The sensor itself is APS-C type, which is the same size as the sensor found in Canon’s EOS Rebel series of cameras. The high resolution means you can crop the image to focus on one section, or have enough detail to print large photos to display or give to your family and friends. An ISO range of 100–12800 (expandable to 25600) lets you capture images on bright sunny beaches and darkened streets.
  • Fast Focus
    Life happens fast, and there’s little worse than missing out on capturing that perfect moment because the camera was too slow to focus. The EOS M10 camera uses Canon’s Hybrid CMOS AF II autofocus system, which measures up to 49 different points in an image quickly and accurately to help get it in focus. In addition, face detection and object tracking help keep the subject of your photo focused, even if they move. What’s more, the EOS M10 is compatible with all EF-M lenses, which feature an AF+MF mode that lets you easily combine the speed of autofocus with the creative flourish possible with manual focus.
  • Get the Shot You Want, at Any Angle
    It’s vital to see if you’ve composed the photo you want. The EOS M10 camera’s 3.0-inch touch screen has 1.04 million pixels, letting you preview images in high detail. It can pivot a full 180°, meaning you can capture a unique dog’s-eye-view of the world or flip the screen up to get that epic selfie.
  • Superb Moviemaking Made Easy
    The EOS M10 camera can capture 1920×1080 Full HD video at frame rates of both 24p and 30p, and can record in MP4 format for easy sharing online.
  • Moviemaking Made Easy with Manual Movie Control
    The EOS M10 camera is a fine moviemaking tool. With touch-activated AF and a number of manual controls available, it’s easy to make intuitive setting adjustments silently and on the fly using the EOS M10’s dials and touch operations.

Included in the box:

  • EOS M10 BODY (Black)
  • EF-M 15-45mm IS STM (Silver)
  • Lens Cap E-49
  • Lens Dust Cap EB
  • Camera Cover R-F-4
  • Strap EM-200DB
  • Battery Charger LC-E12
  • Battery Pack LP-E12
  • Terminal Cover
  • Interface Cable
Full List of Canon Products Being Announced For PhotoPlus

Full List of Canon Products Being Announced For PhotoPlus

By Canon Rumors | October 10, 2015 | Canon DSLR Rumors

PhotoPlus begins October 21, 2015 in New York City and Canon will be announcing a bunch of consumer and prosumer products for the show. The announcements should come next week.

List of products to be announced:

Image Credit // PDNOnline

Adobe Updates Lightroom CC 2015.2 & 6.2

Adobe Updates Lightroom CC 2015.2 & 6.2

By Canon Rumors | October 10, 2015 | Third Party Software

From Adobe
Lightroom CC 2015.2.1 and Lightroom 6.2.1 are now available through the Help-> Check for Updates menu item inside Lightroom.

This update provides a performance fix related to Import and also fixes crashing bugs identifying in the Lightroom CC 2015.2 / Lightroom 6.2 release.

Installation Instructions
Please select Help > Updates to use the update mechanism in the Creative Cloud app.

Download: Windows | Mac

The Canon EOS M10

The Canon EOS M10

By Canon Rumors | October 8, 2015 | Canon DSLR Rumors

The specifications for the upcoming Canon EOS M10 have leaked.

Canon EOS M10 Specifications:

  • Sensor: 18MP CMOS APS-C
  • LCD: 3″ 1.04 million dots
  • AF: Hybrid CMOS AF III w/facial recognition and tracking
  • Kit Lens: EF-M 15-45 f/3.5-6.3 IS STM
  • Two Lens Kit:EF-M 15-45 f/3.5-6.3 IS STM & EF-M 55-200 f/4-6.3 IS STM
  • Cheaper than the EOS M3
  • Weight: 301g
  • EF-M 15-45 f/3.5-6.3 IS STM $299 on its own
Update on Lightroom 2015.2 / Lightroom 6.2 Release

Update on Lightroom 2015.2 / Lightroom 6.2 Release

By Canon Rumors | October 8, 2015 | Third Party Software

The Lightroom team wanted to let the community know that we’re investigating some critical performance and crasher bugs, and will be issuing an update shortly to address them.

If you are experiencing crashing or slowdowns, please try the following:

  • Go to Lightroom > Preferences.
  • Click on the General tab
  • Uncheck “Show ‘Add Photos’ Screen”
  • Restart Lightroom

I think it’s important to provide some context to why we made changes to Import.  Over the years we’ve done extensive studies of customers interested in Lightroom.  The studies have been comprised of people passionate about photography and who use their cameras as a creative outlet.  In short, their motivations share the same motivations as people who already love Lightroom.

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