Canon unveils today a new Vixia camcorder, the HF M32. It provides both 64GB built-in memory as well as an SD/SDXC compatible memory card slot for additional video storage
Canon's SD series point-and-shoots have been some of the most successful competitors in their sector of the marketplace. They've been dependable, reasonably priced, and capable of taking good quality images. Take a peek at our first thoughts on one of the latest, the SD1300.
Canon U.S.A. has announced its fifth annual Photography in the Parks Photo Contest.
Canon launched the SD4000 IS Digital ELPH this morning calling it the first HS or "High Sensitivity" compact Canon camera. Some of the most interesting features include a bright f/2.0 lens, manual controls over aperture and shutter speed, and a burst shooting rate of up to 8.4 fps.
This season's final episode of TV drama House was filmed using a Canon 5D Mark II, PetaPixel.com is reporting.
The new Canon PowerShot A3100 IS is a strong candidate for a graduation or Mother's Day gift. It's reasonably priced, easy to use, and thanks to a svelte rechargeable lithium-ion battery, very pocketable. We're taking a first look at the A3100 with our initial impressions as well as a few sample images.
The Canon PowerShot SX210 IS just arrived and our first impressions are here. There are plenty of reasons to look at the camera closely. A wide-aspect 3.0-inch LCD, manual exposure modes, and a bold 14x wide angle zoom lens are packed into a slim, and (in our case) unabashedly purple camera body. Take a look at some sample images as well as the new features.
Canon has made the EOS 5D Mark II firmware update 2.0.3 available to the public.
Canon states that they will be releasing a firmware upgrade sometime this month for their EOS 5D Mark II. This 2.0.3 update will add 24p video to the camera's existing 30 fps full 1080p HD recording capability. Additionally, the upgrade changes that 30p rate to 29.97 to comply with television standards.
We're rolling out a new DCR feature called "On Assignment" with the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV. Our full review is on the way, but in the meantime Jim Keenan has been testing the low-light capabilities of the new 1D in Whistler, British Columbia, taking the massive ISO range to the vibrant Olympic Village. Take a look inside the Olympic games through an L series lens.
The Winter Olympics kick off tonight north of the border in Vancouver. As some of the world's top athletes head for the slopes, DCR's Jim Keenan is headed to Whistler, British Columbia to take in the festive atmosphere and some heated competition. He's got the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV in tow, so stay tuned for images from the winter games in his full review.
Canon announces today the arrival of a new digital Rebel - the Canon EOS Rebel T2i. The Rebel XSi drops out of their entry-level line to make way for the new flagship T2i. It boosts the feature set of the T1i with a sensor nearly identical to the almost-pro Canon EOS 7D. They introduce the T2i with a price starting under $1000.
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