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    Canon EOS-1D X Mark III rumoured specifications [CR1]

    there is no reason for Canon not to go 7d3 with 1dx3 specs besides the sensor!
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    Initial testing shows Canon’s new 32.5mp APS-C sensor improves dynamic range over predecessor

    the 24 mp sensor was one of Canons best, It is great they improved on it and not stepped backwards with the new 90D! So many jealous 7d fanboys always hating on the 0D stuff.
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    Why has Canon omitted 24p 4K recording in their new cameras such as the EOS M6 Mark II, EOS 90D and EOS RP?

    Probably was to make it easier on the intended customers of these products. Canon has long held back features on the 0D series to make things simple, hence why they don't let you easily customize the servo tracking like they do on the 7d2 but instead they bury it in a deeper menu. A huge part of...
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    Preorder the Canon EOS 90D, EOS M6 Mark II, RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS & RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS

    The 90D has some serious features at this price range! I can not wait till the reviewers look seriously at the sensor!
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    Canon EOS 90D promotional video appears to have leaked

    a 0D finally got a single spot AF option....birders rejoice! Question is how large is the buffer?
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    The Canon EOS Rebel SL3/200D II/250D/Kiss X10 is coming very soon. Images & specifications leak ahead of the official announcement

    Canons first crop sensor slr to boost the 4k their smallest and second from lowest
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    Flagship EOS R camera coming in February ahead of CP+? [CR1]

    Hence why the flagship bodies from Nikon and Canon use low mp sensors compared to the pro line stuff.
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    Flagship EOS R camera coming in February ahead of CP+? [CR1]

    the problem for Canon moving to smaller dies are cost to make them. I am not sure if Canon makes their own SOC's but it is unfair to compare a SOC made in the millions to something Canon uses in such a small production number. It would be cheaper to have Samsung do the manufacture (if they...
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    Canon PowerShot SX70 HS officially announced

    Anyone know how large is the buffer? This is what matters...
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    Sigma to announce 5 new lenses shortly, including a new 70-200mm f/2.8 OS Sport & 60-600mm f/4.5-6.3 OS Sport

    60-600mm... For the times you want to shoot people portraits and wild Bald Eagles with one lens..
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    It’s finally happening, the PowerShot SX70 HS is next to be announced

    Birders who don't want to carry 7lbs of gear on them. Amazing little cameras for people who mostly use Binos on their trips.
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    Here are the full Canon EOS R specifications

    A few things about Canon you should understand. First off they won't ever release a feature that has not been put through the ringer a million times over and even after developing and more testing into the 99% perfect function of the feature they still would not release it to the public until...
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    Here are the full Canon EOS R specifications

    If the rumor price of -$2000 is true the Camera is a great bang for the buck Full Frame Canon compared to the 6d2 at $1,700. This is not going to be their pro model mirrorless also but it is still nicely loaded esp at the price.
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    Here are the first images and specifications of the Canon EOS R and the new RF mount lenses

    My questions are What is the DR and low light performance of the sensor? Hope Canon builds off the amazing 24.2 crop sensor than use the standard 5d4 sensor. Frames per second and how large of a buffer? if this comes with 7fps then forget it. And the most important is how long is the...
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    Here are the first images and specifications of the Canon EOS R and the new RF mount lenses

    The tiny size of the body and handling a long lens pretty much knocks mirrorless out for bird photography. Even crop body SLR users usually need a battery grip just for more stability with such long lenses. As cool as having the advantages of mirrorless for birds are the usability with such...
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    A hypothesis concerning the RF mount

    Maybe Canons full frame mirrorless bodies will be all about the pro set of features first with larger battery packs (lpe6 standard) for longer operation times meaning larger bodies able to carry larger ef lenses naively and Canon EOS-M bodies will be all about smaller mirrorless first with mid...
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    We were wrong, all of your Canon mirrorless dreams are likely coming true soon

    The reason why you don't hear anything real solid on a Canon Mirrorless is because Canon don't develop and test the mirrorless stuff in North America unlike their SLR stuff. Most if not all of the work is done in shop at Canon HQ or one of their close offices in Japan for mirrorless, but a...
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    Industry News: The First Rumored Specifications of Nikon's Full Frame Mirrorless Cameras

    One main advantage of mirrorless is the weight and size, but this does not work out in the real world on full frame mirrorless as the weight and size of lens itself is determined mostly by focal length, aperture and then a little by build quality. Of course you can (and some companies do) go a...
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    Article: Canon's 4000D and the Race to the Bottom

    I love how camera bloggers and forum members have no idea what they're talking about yet they demonize a company who knows exactly what they're doing. Canon is the number one selling brand of SLR cameras in the world and all people do is complain about them ? What you're are missing are these...