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  • Category Archives Photo Gear

    Hi Gang: Lot's of new stuff today: Above: Here's the Canon EOS 5DS model. Above: Here's the 5Ds R model.   Canon Announces a Full Frame 50.6-megapixel high-resolution DSLR There are actually two versions : the Canon EOS 5DS and the 5DS R ["with the sensor's low-pass filter rendered neutral. By cancelling the effect of the filter, the 50.6MP sensor is enabled to deliver an even higher resolution with more intricate details."]. These are the highest resolution DSLRs out there (well, they're not quite out-there yet —  B&H's page on the cameras says "expected availability" is around June). The prices are pretty amazingly low for that high a resolution camera: The 5DS is $3,699 and the 5Ds R is $3,899. Here's a list of the specs (from Canon): > Newly designed 50.6 Megapixel full-frame CMOS helps deliver ultra-high resolution images for large-scale printing and extensive, creative cropping,…

    A few weeks back I got a chance to try out a pre-production model of Canon's new 100-400mm f/4.5 - f/5.6 USM II lens shooting on the sidelines for an NFL game (Eagles vs. Titans) up at Lincoln Financial Field in Philly, and I thought I'd deliver a field report here in a quick Q&A format. It's not a technical look or in-depth review, just my initial thoughts after shooting it for a game. Here ya go: Q. How is the physical size of the lens? A. It's really close to the size of Canon's 70-200mm. It's just a little bit wider but I was surprised to see it's actually a little bit shorter than the 70-200mm. However, with the large lens hood attached, it definely looks beefier than the 70-200mm. Q. How was the weight compared to the 70-200mm? A. If I handed you…

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    http://youtu.be/CAckPcKK76U Hi gang: This weekend I got a chance to take two Canon 7D Mark IIs out for a real world field-test shooting two football games: On Saturday the Tennessee Vols vs. the Florida Gators, and on Sunday the New York Giants vs. the Atlanta Falcons at Met Life stadium in New Jersey. (Note: the two camera bodies I used were overnight loaners from Canon of pre-production demo units — they are not the final shipping cameras — so they're not quite finished yet, but they're far enough along that I could at least test them and give you, and Canon, feedback). I'm posting some high resolution samples here (below), but make sure you watch the video above because we tackled all the important stuff you'd want to know about (of course, we talked a lot about high-ISO performance), plus we took loads of…

    http://youtu.be/dW9-8kBcx1I Hi Gang: Mia McCormick sits down with one of my all-time heroes of sports photography, the legend himself, Peter Read Miller for his impressions of the recently announced Canon 7D Mark II. If you got a sec, it's definitely worth checking out. Also, I shot two games this weekend using the 7D Mark II for my main and secondary bodies (weekend loaners from Canon --- just early demo units --- not the final shipping version), and I cannot wait to share some shots with you here tomorrow from the Vols/Gators and Falcons/Giants games, so make sure you stop back tomorrow for my field report. Hope you guys have an fantastic Monday (I know, that's an oxymoron) even if your team lost this weekend (all my teams lost. Ugh. But there's still a faint hope for my Fantasy Team — I'm in third place…

    http://youtu.be/M03hu1diCqE First, watch that video above (it’s got all the major specs, and we deliver them short and sweet!), then come on back down to find out why I think the just-announced Canon EOS 7D Mark II is literally going to shake up the entire sports and wildlife photography world (hint: we’ve never seen a camera with these specs, at this low a price — ever!) OK, thanks for watching the video — what you just saw was literally the little brother to Canon’s flagship 1DX, but for nearly $5,000 LESS!!! The reason why this is such a game changer is that when it came to seriously shooting sports and wildlife so many people were literally left out of the game because of the cost of the type of camera you need to shoot at that level, but with Canon putting a camera out there…

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