Poker? Slots? Magic shows with high production values? Not as exciting as what's going on inside the Las Vegas Convention Center this week. It's CES time again and we're taking a look ahead at the big show.
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Headlining Canon's announcement of a new EOS Cinema System is the C300 interchangeable lens camera, available with an EF mount or industry-standard PL mount. A new line of lenses are designed to deliver high quality video with these models and a currently-under-development 4K camera.
We've already covered some of the latest camera technology on the show floor. Today, we're looking at some of the tools available to help photographers once the image has been captured. Photos need to be processed, stored, printed and shared. Here are some of the PPE exhibitors who want to make that happen.
Succeeding both the 1D Mark IV and 1Ds Mark III, the EOS 1D X aims to please studio photographers who need lots of resolution and sports photogs who prize speed. DCR sat down with Canon's Chuck Westfall at PhotoPlus Expo to get inside information on the 1D X.
PhotoPlus is not the biggest photography trade show, and it doesn't offer the glitz and celebrities of other events held in places like Las Vegas. Held this week in New York, it is a key event for pro photographers and enthusiasts. DCR is there this week to report on activities.
Canon merges the EOS 1Ds and 1D DSLR lines into the EOS 1D X. Replacing the 1Ds Mark III and 1D Mark IV with an 18 megapixel full frame sensor, the 1D X aims to please a broad range of pro photographers with 12 fps burst shooting and dual DIGIC 5+ processors.
Canon unveils its new PowerShot SX40 IS ultrazoom and S100 advanced compact point-and-shoot. Both cameras feature a DIGIC 5 processor for faster burst shooting rates and 1080 video.
Canon's SX150 offers a 12x optical zoom and 720p HD video recording. It's a value-oriented ultrazoom with auto and manual shooting modes for photographers of all levels of expertise.
Canon unveils today two new HS "High Sensitivity" PowerShots - the ELPH 510 HS and ELPH 310 HS. Both are equipped with a new intelligent IS system and a 12.1 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor.
Canon confirms that its venerable 5D Mark II DSLR was used to capture action scenes in this summer's blockbuster "Captain America: The First Avenger."
As an entry-level DSLR, the Canon EOS Rebel T3 features "only" a 12.2 megapixel sensor, "only" 3 fps burst shooting and "only" 720p HD video. We've just started testing the T3 - take a look at some first images as we work on a full review.
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