The Canon PowerShot A2000 IS offers almost everything we've come to expect from Canon's A series. But where are the manual exposure controls?
If you've ever wanted to know what all goes in to making the balsa mock-ups still used by the design departments of many manufacturers, Canon's revealing trade secrets on a recently unearthed "carve your own balsa wood EOS" tutorial.
Canon has launched a redesign of its 24mm f/1.4 L lens, the Canon 24mm f/1.4L USM II.
A 21.1 megapixel full frame sensor. HD movie recording. ISO 25,600 shooting. And, a price that's not as high as you might think. It could only be the Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
The latest Canon G camera, the Canon PowerShot G10, brings more resolution, a wide-angle zoom, and better raw shooting to an increasingly crowded market segment.
The 20x zoom Canon PowerShot SX10 IS will replace the popular but aging S5. Even more exciting? A CMOS version with HD is on the horizon as well.
Two new ultracompact cameras, the Canon PowerShot SD990 IS and Canon PowerShot SD880 IS, will soon be joining the ranks of Canon's Digital ELPH models.
The folks at lens maker Carl Zeiss have been busy this week, with several new premium glass options coming from the manufacturer this week. The latest, announced today, is the Distagon T* 21mm f/2.8.
After teasing the launch of a new mount a few weeks ago, Carl Zeiss has provided details on the lucky new system. As we predicted, the winner is Canon's EF mount: in addition to providing details on the new EF-compatible Zeiss ZE mount, the German firm also announced two forthcoming ZE lenses.
Canon stirred things up this week with an online teaser hinting that a 5D replacement is on the way. Here's what we're hoping for in the new model.
If you're looking for proof of just how fast the consumer DSLR market has grown, industry leader Canon has it: in spite of slowing sales in consumer goods all around, the company is announcing yet another production and facilities expansion this week.
It's been a big week in the camera world, with new prosumer DSLRs from both Canon and Nikon. Which manufacturer stands to gain more from this week's announcements?
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