Canon Eos M10's Successor Rumored To Be Known As The M100

Canon EOS M10's Successor Rumored To Be Known As The M100

While Canon's DSLRs are well-known and have a pretty solid reputation around the world amongst professional photographers, the company's mirrorless efforts haven't exactly been particularly well-received, at least not compared to Canon's competitors like Sony or even Fujifilm.

Now we have heard that Canon could have a new camera in the works that would be the successor to 2015's EOS M10, which last we heard could be known as the EOS M20. However in a report by Nokishita Camera (via Canon Rumors), it seems that the EOS M10's successor could actually be known as the EOS M100.

Canon Beats Nikon To Get Eisa's Pro Dslr Award For 3rd Year Running

Canon beats Nikon to get EISA's Pro DSLR award for 3rd year running

Canon's EOS 5D Mk IV has won the European Imaging and Sound Association's (EISA) Professional DSLR of the Year award, making this the third year in a row that the brand has beaten Nikon to the top spot in the professional camera category. Neither company, though, managed to come out as well as Sony, which won a total of six titles for is compact system range.

One of Sony's titles was the prestigious European Camera of the Year award—a prize the company hasn't won in nine years—which went to the a9.

Sigma Warns Of Aberration Bug Affecting Some Of Its Lenses On Canon Dslrs

Sigma warns of aberration bug affecting some of its lenses on Canon DSLRs

Sigma has issued an advisory for five of its lenses over an error that occurs when they're used with select Canon DSLRs.

The issue crops up when the cameras' "Lens aberration correction" function is turned on. According to the company, having the lens aberration feature enabled on the Canon EOS 6D Mark II, EOS 9000D (77D), EOS Kiss X9 (EOS Rebel SL2), or the EOS Kiss X9i (EOS Rebel T7i) cameras will result in an error when paired with the following lenses:

Canon Unveils Three New Binoculars Featuring Enhanced Image Stabilization Technologies

Canon unveils three new binoculars featuring enhanced image stabilization technologies - FareastgizmosCanon today announced three new additions to its portfolio of Image Stabilized Binoculars with the 14×32 IS, 12×32 IS and 10×32 IS. While all current Canon binoculars are equipped with an image stabilization (IS) function, new to these binocular models is Lens Shift Image Stabilization Technology.

The IS technology, found in Canon EF lenses, allows users to see an even sharper image by moving the IS lens to correct optical axis. This technology incorporates a vibration gyro mechanism that assists in canceling out the effects of user-shake or movement.
The new binoculars are the first Canon binoculars to feature Powered Image Stabilization, a feature frequently found in Canon digital cameras and camcorders. Even the slightest shake when using high- magnification binoculars could translate into a blurred or unstable image from the binocular. When a user utilizes the Powered IS user-shake and movement can be quickly corrected and image quality remains intact.
Canon's new 14×32 IS, 12×32 IS and 10×32 IS binocular models are scheduled to be available November 2017 for an estimated retail price of $1449.00, $1399.00 and $1349.00 respectively.

Nikon And Canon Japan Both Announce Delays For Upcoming Dslrs

Nikon and Canon Japan both announce delays for upcoming DSLRs

Both Nikon Japan and Canon Japan have warned users that forthcoming DSLRs will be hit by delays: The 100th anniversary edition of the Nikon D5 and the Canon 6D Mark II kit with the EF 24-70mm F4L lens are both going to arrive at your door later than expected.

According to a statement on Nikon's website, the 100th anniversary edition of Nikon's D5 has been put back by a couple of weeks from July 28th to ‘early August' while final adjustments are made. The company promises to inform users of the new release date once it is determined.

Canon 6d Mark Ii Dynamic Range Falls Behind Modern Aps-c Cameras

Canon 6D Mark II dynamic range falls behind modern APS-C cameras

We've reported in recent years how Canon's newer sensor designs have started to close the dynamic range gap, compared with chips from the likes of Sony and Toshiba. Dynamic range isn't everything, of course: Canon's Dual Pixel sensors have brought advances in live view and video autofocus that for many people will be every bit as significant as the noticeable shortfall in Raw file malleability. But it was promising to see Canon getting competitive in an area where it had fallen behind.

Sadly though, it seems the benefits that appeared in the sensors used in the EOS 80D and EOS 5D IV have not been applied to the latest EOS 6D II, and the new camera has less dynamic range than we've become used to. Graphs plotted by regular DPR collaborator Bill Claff illustrate this pretty clearly. In this article, we're taking a look at what this might mean for your images.

Canon Eos M20 Rumored For End Of August

Canon EOS M20 Rumored For End Of August

Word on the street has it that Canon has a new mirrorless camera in the works. The company's mirrorless efforts haven't exactly been met with a lot of positive feedback, but that's why it's interesting and exciting to hear that they might have something new because it's an opportunity for the company to right any perceived wrongs or mistakes.

Now we have heard that there is a new mirrorless in the form of the EOS M20 that is scheduled to be announced on the 20th of July, but a new report from Canon Rumors is suggesting that the camera could actually be launched towards the end of August instead, or at least that's according to their source.

Canon Opens Its 'most Advanced' Service & Support Center Yet In Burbank

Canon opens its 'most advanced' service & support center yet in Burbank

Today, Canon officially opens the doors to its latest and greatest Professional Technology & Support Center, a state-of-the-art facility in Burbank, California. Canon is calling this facility its "most advanced cinema industry resource to date."

"Evolving from what began at Canon's original Hollywood facility, the new state-of-the-art Canon Burbank facility provides these customers with enhanced technical environments and accessible service and support," explains Canon. "Canon Burbank is poised to support Canon's clients' productivity through a dynamic mix of product evaluation and testing, product & workflow training, industry events and expedited repairs."

Canon Eos M20 Could Be Announced July 20

Canon EOS M20 Could Be Announced July 20

Canon has been making quite a bit of effort in their mirrorless camera department as we have seen the company launch quite a few different models over the years, with each model improving over the previous one. That being said, the company could be getting ready to launch a successor to the EOS M10 which was launched back in 2015.

In a report from Canon Watch, it seems that Canon could have a successor to the EOS M10 in the form of the EOS M20. This is the first time we have heard about the EOS M20 and in terms of specs, not much is known about it at the moment, but presumably it will improve upon what the EOS M10 had to offer. The report claims that the camera will be announced on the 20th of July, 2017 which is next month.

Throwback Thursday: The Canon Powershot G3

Throwback Thursday: The Canon PowerShot G3

It's hard to believe that the Canon G-series is almost 17 years old, and while technology has certainly marched forward, 'G cameras' have consistently been a favorite of enthusiasts and even pros. (OK, there was that whole kerfuffle when the G7 dropped Raw support, but Canon saw the error of its ways and corrected course with the G9.)

However, through all the years, there's one model in particular that always stands out in my memory: the PowerShot G3. In part, this is surely due to the fact that it's one of the cameras that helped me make the transition to digital, but I don't think I'm alone in this. The G3 was released right around the time that a lot of photographers were making the same transition, and the camera offered a fast lens and all the manual controls you could want. Its 'rangefinder' look undoubtedly appealed to aesthetic tastes as well.

Canon Launches Realis Wux500st, Wux500st D Pro Av Lcos Short Throw Projectors

Canon launches REALiS WUX500ST and WUX500ST D Pro AV LCOS Short Throw Projectors with Outstanding Optical Lens ShiftAppealing to a wide range of markets and applications including higher education, museums and galleries, corporate, simulation and training, digital signage, and medical education and training, Canon today announced two new LCOS Projector models to its REALiS lineup – the REALiS WUX500ST Pro AV LCOS Projector and the REALiS WUX500ST D Pro AV LCOS Projector. These short throw projectors feature a 0.56:1 throw ratio which helps enable 100-inch diagonal projection from less than 4 feet away from the projection surface, which offers an alternative option to the brightness loss experienced with lenses used on some long throw projectors.

Canon Premieres Cinema Eos C200 And C200b 4k Dual Pixel Cameras With Cinema Raw Lite

Canon premieres Cinema EOS C200 and C200B 4K Dual Pixel cameras with Cinema Raw Lite

Canon has premiered the third generation of its Cinema EOS range of professional production video cameras, the EOS C200. The camera will also be sold without an LCD, viewfinder, handle or grip units as the 'C200B'.

The C200s will capture 4K footage in both DCI and UHD aspect ratios, from a 8.85MP Dual Pixel AF Super 35 format (~APS-C) sensor. They can shoot at up to 60/50p.

Canon Full-frame Mirrorless Could Be Unveiled In 2018

Canon Full-Frame Mirrorless Could Be Unveiled In 2018

While Sony might be slightly late to the camera game compared to the likes of Canon and Nikon, the company has quickly made up for time lost by pushing out cameras that are ahead of the competition. For example Sony launched full-frame compact cameras and even a full-frame mirrorless camera, prompting some professionals to make the switch.

However Canon is certainly not about to let Sony get too far ahead because according to a report from Canon Rumors, the company could be working on a full-frame mirrorless camera of their own. If their sources are right, it seems that Canon's full-frame mirrorless is set for an unveiling at Photokina 2018, which means that we still have more than a year of waiting before we see it, or rather if we see it.