It seems that Canon is planning to finally introduce an actual pro body to their EOS R mirrorless lineup in 2021. According to a report on Nikkan, one of Japan’s main news sources, early prototypes have already been manufactured and are being tested.
3D GIFs used to be rare finds back when Tumblr was still relevant. But ever since Mura Masa used 3D photos in his 2016 What If I Go? music video, they were suddenly everywhere. The technique is so popular now that people even call it the “Mura Masa” effect. The secret behind these hypnotic images is the Nishika N8000 stereo camera. It has four lenses that shoot the same scene all at the same time to create the 3D magic. In their latest video, Mango Street’s Daniel and Rachel wanted to see if they can recreate the effect digitally. So will analog trump digital in their little experiment? Let’s take a look and see which medium wins.
Canon just released an advisory asking photographers to avoid using some of Sandisk’s CFast cards on 1DXmkII‘s because it may corrupt images stored on the card (which is kinda funny considering Amazon is offering CFast cards in their premium kit).
The release date, said to be sometime during the first quarter of 2016, is also important for those waiting for the 5D Mark IV as previous rumors stated it won’t be released before the 1D X replacement.
If the rumors are true, the new flagship model will put up a good fight against Nikon’s upcoming D5.
A list of specs supposedly belonging to a test camera has found its way to the web, and despite certain similarities to the 1D X, reports deny it is the 1D X Mark II.
The 5D Mark IV is expected towards the end of the year and hopes are high that the test camera is a draft of sorts.
But while 4K video, super high ISO and a substantially boosted burst mode will be greatly appreciated by some, a possible decrease in the sensor’s megapixels could rain on their parade.