Canon Might Have A Pro-grade 100mp Eos R Camera In The Works

Canon Might Have A Pro-Grade 100MP EOS R Camera In The Works

Last year Canon announced their new mirrorless camera efforts with the EOS R. However compared to Nikon’s announcement, Canon’s announcement was a little less exciting. It turns out that this could be because the current EOS R that was launched was designed to be a mid-range model, and that the company has a pro-grade model in the works.

A new report from Canon Rumors and Northlight has revealed that Canon definitely has something high-end in the works, which apparently could be an EOS camera that sports a crazy 100MP sensor along with IBIS (in-body image stabilization). Apparently the use of the 100MP sensor had previously been planned for a successor of the EOS 5DS/R, which apparently was scrapped in favor of the high-end EOS R.

Comedian Takahashi Shigeo & Perfume's A~chan Reported To Have Broken Up

Comedian Takahashi Shigeo & Perfume's A~chan reported to have broken up

It's been reported that comedian Takahashi Shigeo (42) of Savanna and Perfume's A~chan (29) have broken up. 

'Josei Seven' reported that the two were in a relationship back in May of 2016. When Takahashi appeared on TBS' 'Sunday Japan,' he denied the reports stating, "We have worked together a few times and are just friends."

Half Of Switch Owners Have Bought Zelda, Mario Kart, & Super Mario Odyssey

Half Of Switch Owners Have Bought Zelda, Mario Kart, & Super Mario Odyssey

Nintendo has a stable of classic franchises that are almost always guaranteed to do well whenever they launch. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that half of Nintendo Switch owners own a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, and/or Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

This is according to Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime who spoke to IGN about the attachment rate for some of the company’s flagship titles. “Those three games continue to attach to hardware at better than 50 percent. Just think about that. For everyone who owns a system, more than one out of every two have bought Zelda, more than one out of every two have bought Kart, more than one out of every two have bought Odyssey. That’s never happened in U.S. video game history.”

Msdf To Have Female Submarine Crewmembers

MSDF to have female submarine crewmembers

Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force will introduce female members to its submarine crews as part of its efforts to ease a personnel shortage.

The MSDF has conventionally allowed only male members to join the crews as ensuring privacy in submarines is difficult. Other MSDF fleet units have female personnel.

2020 Tokyo Games May Have 2 Olympic Cauldrons

2020 Tokyo Games may have 2 Olympic cauldrons

The Japanese government and the organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics have formed a plan to make 2 cauldrons of the same design to hold the Olympic flame during the Games.

Attention is focused on where the flame will burn during the Games, as the main stadium now under construction lacks a permanent site for a cauldron.

Ghosn May Have Underreported 80 Million Dollars

Ghosn may have underreported 80 million dollars

Tokyo prosecutors suspect that about 80 million dollars in compensation for former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn was not disclosed in the company's financial reports over the past 8 years.

Ghosn was arrested last month on suspicion of understating his remuneration by 5 billion yen, or about 44 million dollars, in a 5-year period ending in fiscal 2014 in violation of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act.

Ghosn May Have Kept Money Intended For Other Execs

Ghosn may have kept money intended for other execs

NHK has learned that Nissan Motor used to pay to its executives nearly 9 million dollars less than the amount approved at its annual shareholders' meeting. Tokyo prosecutors suspect part of the amount may have gone to Chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Ghosn was arrested on Monday on suspicion of underreporting his income by about 44 million dollars over the 5-year period up until March 2015. Another Nissan executive, Greg Kelly, was also arrested.

Ghosn Removal To Have Major Impact

Ghosn removal to have major impact

Nissan Motor is likely to face a major impact in its management if Chairman Carlos Ghosn is removed from his posts, including chairman.

Ghosn became the company's chief operating officer in 1999 and carried out major restructuring.

Nihon Univ. Football Team Member May Have Lied

Nihon Univ. football team member may have lied

NHK has learned that a member of a college football team may have lied in a statement that led to the recognition that former coaches instructed a player to commit a dangerous tackle during a game.

A Nihon University player injured a Kwansei Gakuin University quarterback in a tackle long after the ball was passed during an inter-college game in May.