Putting all speculations and rumours to rest, Canon today officially announced the much awaited EOS 6D Mark II full frame D-SLR along with the EOS 200D, an entry-level, feature rich model. The EOS 6D Mark II sports a 26.2 megapixel CMOS sensor and includes a fully articulated capacitive touch 3.0-in 1.04 million-dot LCD. EOS 6D Mark II The 6D Mark II adopts advanced … [Read more...]
Canon EOS 77D
Mid-level D-SLRs usually are the most underrated of cameras. These are the price-holders for a segment of users who cannot afford the best, yet are not ready to settle for entry-level models. The 77D is a possible replacement to the 760D. Design and Build Quality The Canon 77D has a polycarbonate exterior, which feels sturdy for a midlevel D-SLR. The switches and buttons … [Read more...]
Canon Strikes Back! – Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Many camera manufacturers make successful cameras. Very few camera manufacturers however end up making cameras that become iconic. The 5D series from Canon is certainly an iconic product. It all started with the introduction of the 5D in 2005. It saw immediate success. The 5D Mark II (2009) and 5D Mark III (2012) followed and the success story continued. Past experience … [Read more...]
Canon Full Frame Mirrorless on the Cards?
Rumour mills are abuzz with yet another news from Canon, the latest being that the company is developing a Full Frame mirrorless camera line. We would like to believe this news as Mirrorless Full Frame cameras are here to stay, and Canon is yet to show some serious spark in the Mirrorless range. Their first mirrorless attempt, the EOS M series use APS-C format sensors. If … [Read more...]