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Canon now adds another new series to the EOS Cinema system by unveiling the Canon EOS C500 interchangeable-lens digital video camera. Besides the EOS C500, Canon has also introduced the EOS-1D C DSLR camera which, quite similar to the C500, also features the ability of capturing 4K video.
Nikon’s D800 and Canon’s 5D Mk III are competing with each other in the high-end camera market. As for this, Dan Chung—award-winning photographer and videographer—has just made a side-by-side comparison of the two series.
Comes as the replacement for the existing Lumix GF3, the new GF5 features a set of updates, including a high resolution screen, improved AF performance, advanced noise performance, as well as new rubber grip and creative effects.
Though appears very small, only the size of a palm, the camcorder features functions supportive to professional demands, including the anti-shake function.
Pentax has just launched its mirrorless camera, the Pentax K-01 (pronounced K-zero one), which comes with a 16 MP APS-C-sized sensor and equipped by Pentax’s K mount lenses.
Phase One has just introduces two new high-end camera systems—the iXR and iXA—addressed for specialized photographers. The iXR is specially designed for high-resolution reproduction applications, while the iXA is dedicated to aerial photography.
Today, Canon USA Inc. has unveiled the new EOS 60Da, a DSLR camera specially designed for astrophotography. The canon EOS 60Da is a long-awaited successor of the previously distributed EOS 20Da.
A third generation digital high-speed camera, the Phantom v642 also offers advanced Multi-Matrix Color Correction Technology. It still, however, maintains the unique ability to both record and playback ultra-slow motion footage simultaneously.
Canon’s EOS C300, the first model from the new Cinema EOS System, has received broadcaster approval from BBC. Receiving BBC’s broadcaster approval allows the EOS C300 to be used in BBC’s internal and external production for its HD channels.
Reports have spread that Samsung is possibly looking at producing Android-based cameras. Here are several reasons why the reports make sense.