June 4, 2015 by Canon The elements that made the first EOS 5D so popular can be seen all across Canon’s current full-frame digital SLRs. From the versatile and powerful EOS 5D Mark III to the phenomenal, high resolution EOS 5DS and 5DS R, the ability to use Canon’s amazing EF lenses to their […]Read more "10 Years of the Canon 5D Series"
May 11, 2015 by Matt Quattro I used to be scared of the dark, then I purchased a Sony A7s… Thinking of making the move from Canon to the Sony A7s? Let’s explore some factors like lenses, rolling shutter and more. Spoiler alert, the A7s is worth it. Philip Bloom Metabones Adapter Link: http://philipbloom.net/2014/07/03/a7s/Read more "Moving From Canon To The Sony A7s"
February 6, 2015 by Zach Sutton, F-stoppers After weeks of rumors and speculation, Canon has finally confirmed that the megapixel monster known as the 5Ds/5Ds R is real, and coming to stores here soon. Boasting 50.6MP full frame sensor, Canon has surpassed Nikon and Sony, offering us the highest resolution to date for a DSLR […]Read more "Canon Officially Announces the Canon 5DS, 5DS R"
March 19, 2014 By Rarevision RAWMagic is the professional cinematographer’s favorite RAW video converter for Magic Lantern-equipped Canon DSLR cameras. It’s also the easiest way to convert your RAW files into CinemaDNG files for online editing and color grading. Just drag, drop and hit convert. That’s it! You can also do other things like specify […]Read more "Free RAW video converter for Magic Lantern-equipped Canon DSLRs"
November 8, 2013 From Canon EOS 5D Mark III For Dummies by Robert Correll Your Canon EOS 5D Mark III is an incredible digital camera with a ton of controls and options. Use this Cheat Sheet to quickly review the controls, shooting modes, menus, and picture styles that the EOS 5D Mark III has […]Read more "Canon EOS 5D Mark III Cheat Sheet"
August 16, 2013 by Joe Marine Magic Lantern RAW video is still a work in progress on the Canon 7D, but a few videos are floating around now showing what the camera can do in silent picture mode, which was also the precursor to 24fps and higher RAW video on the 5D Mark III and […]Read more "Canon 7D Now Capable of Recording 2.5K RAW Video"
August 7, 2013 by Zach Sutton, fstoppers (Thanks to Kian McKellar for posting) Over time, your lenses are going to start back focusing, become loose with age, and possibly jamming all together. This is all part of the maintenance of things, and will eventually happen, especially if it’s a lens that gets a lot of use. […]Read more "LensRentals Lists The Lenses Most Often Needing Repairs"
May 30, 2013 by Zach Sutton The Canon 50D doesn’t get a lot of love much anymore. The system is 5 years old, and was among one of the last DSLRs to come out without video capabilities. When searching through the firmware, it was later found that video functions existed for the 50D, but were […]Read more "Magic Lantern Turns the Canon 50D Into a Video Monster"
May 20, 2013 by CanonRumors.com Canon last week announced the release of a new in-camera Picture Style pre-set for its range of EOS DSLRs. Created following direct feedback from video enthusiasts, the new Picture Style, called Video Camera X–series-look, enables users to capture EOS Movie footage with lower contrast levels, allowing for easier colour grading […]Read more "Canon Creates Video Camera X-Series Look Picture Style"
May 14, 2013 by Andrew Reid, EOSHD.com Huge thanks go to A1ex, g3gg0, 1% and the whole Magic Lantern team. I have no other words to describe it – this is huge news. Magic Lantern have done the seemingly impossible and given us a continuous raw recording mode on the Canon 5D Mark III. Once activated […]Read more "CONTINUOUS raw recording now on the Canon 5D Mark III"