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Canon EOS Rx Specification [Expectation]

Let’s talk about Canon next mirrorless camera. We all know that Canon just announced the Canon EOS Ra camera and Canon is also scheduled to announce sports oriented full frame mirrorless camera named Canon EOS Rx as well as Resolution dedicated full frame mirrorless camera Canon EOS Rs hat will be a direct replacement of the Canon 5ds series.

Let’s talk about the Canon EOS Rx camera what set of possible specifications may arrive inside the camera. we will going to discuss in this article.

1. Canon EOS Rx Sensor

Let’s begin with the sensor, we do believe that canon will reuse the Canon 1dx Mark II 20MP FF sensor in the upcoming Canon EOS Rx camera. But for sure they will re-design and optimize for mirrorless camera. Since its sports camera, so we don’t expect a higher resolution sensor inside the RX body.

2. Third generation of dual pixel CMOS autofocus system

As we all know Canon 90d, EOS M6 Mark II camera, 200D mark 2 camera are using third generation of dual pixel CMOS autofocus in system. We do believe that can and will going to implement a more improved version of the existing dual pixel autofocus in system we have seen in the new mirrorless cameras.

3. Canon EOS Rx AF Points

Canon EOS Rx camera is expected to have a blazing fast autofocusing speed with more than 5000 autofocusing points on sensor, and superfast eye-tracking of subjects as we have in the Sony cameras.

4. Canon EOS Rx Image processor

To boost the operational speed of the full frame mirrorless camera, canon will use dual Digic 8 image processor in their upcoming us RX mirrorless camera. And as we know with new / advance image processor camera Canon always introduces new AF algorithms and Image decoding algo. So, we can expect a slight jump in image quality compared to Canon EOS 1DX Mark II.

5. Canon EOS Rx Burst Speed

Mechanical continuous shooting speed of the camera is expected to remain limited to 16 frames per second, whereas the electronic shutter of the camera will support continuous shooting speed up to 30 frames per second with AF. And, of course it will going to blew away the existing Sony a9 to camera with 20 frames per second continuous shooting speed.

6. Canon EOS Rx ISO Range

Technically, with the help of new image processor and redesigned image sensor the Canon EOS Rx will offer 1 stop more ISO range than of Canon 1DX Mark II. The Canon EOS Rx will feature standard ISO range 50-102400 and expandable ISO range upto 819200. Together with an AF system with sensitivity down to -6EV (already available in the EOS R), best in class AF sensitivity.

7. Canon EOS Rx video mode

Canon EOS r x camera will have 4K video recording mode without any crop with full sensor readout. At the same time due to ultrasensitive low light sensor the camera will allow users to capture amazing videos even in low light conditions.

8. Announcement date of Canon EOS Rx camera

Canon mein announce Canon EOS r x camera at the end of 2020, are we may have a development announcement from Canon.

9. Price of Canon EOS Rx camera

Canon EOS RX camera is expected to have a price tag somewhere between 4000 to 5000 Dollars.

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Canon Just Made a U Turn ?

TNC Exclusive: It’s look like Canon just postponed their DSLR cannibalization policy they have opted back in 2018. The camera maker now thinks PRO Photographer perter OVF instead of EVF and that’s why they have to put more attention on DSLR announcement.

1. Now Canon said – “ we also see a lot of demand from photographers asking for DSLRs

Q: This is the first high-end camera Canon has released since the EOS R. Are your high-end and professional customers asking for a mirrorless solution?

A: Of course some professional photographers are asking for a mirrorless solution. But as of now, we also see a lot of demand from photographers asking for DSLRs, specifically [because of] the benefits of an OVF. So this time around we decided to go for a DSLR. Of course we understand that there are huge benefits to mirrorless, and we implemented, or combined as much of that [technology] as we could into the [EOS-1D X Mark III].

Q: As a camera manufacturer making products for a professional customer, what does a DSLR allow you to provide that a mirrorless camera does not?

A: At this point in time the biggest difference is the finder. The fact that you can see everything in real time, without any layers in the way. That’s really big for a lot of professional sports photographers. On the other hand, we do see a lot of the younger generation of professionals favoring EVFs, because what you see is what you get. We understand that there is a demand for that benefit of mirrorless cameras. So what we always do is we strive to make a perfect solution out of these different demands.

2. Canon made a U-turn and decided to return back to roots again

So, they literally made a U-turn and decided to return back to roots again. Since back on 2018 they have publicly said said they are into DSLR cannibalization and will prefer Mirrorless from Now.

3. Canon isn’t Making Profit From Mirrorless Cameras, as they have expected

Although Canon have 19.8% market share of Mirrorless market, despite of that Canon is still away from No.1 position, they have wished for before jumping in  FF Mirrorless market.

An executive of a parts manufacturer that supplies Canon’s mirrorless camera parts said, “I thought that sales would increase with the introduction of full-size mirrorless, but it was at a level that did not reach the initial plan at all. “We have no choice but to change the management plan.”

So, what next ?

It’s look like we have to wait a bit more for Canon EOS R Pro series camera, it’s not coming so soon since now they have decided to connect with roots once again.

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A Honest Sony A6400 Review By a Photographer

Sony A6400 is literally successor Sony A6300 and a perfect vlogging camera from Sony. At the same time all  the camera features same IMX 271 sensor as we have in Sony A6100 as well as high-end Sony A6500, so more or less they will give out the same image quality. But, MarkusPix talks about how Sony trimmed down the quality of instant review picture of Sony A6400 camera. And due to low quality of review image he’s not able to judge the picture is in focus or not.

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Nikon D3500 Pre-Black Friday Deals 2019

Major camera retailers already started giving deals by making out camera bundles. Now, its perfect time to grab out those deals if you want to. Btw, we have also created a dedicated Deals page if you want to brows out more deals related to other camera models.

Bundle Deal by B&H Store Save $450

  • AF-P DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens
  • AF-P DX 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED Lens
  • Memory Card
  • Corel PaintShop Pro 2020 Ultimate

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Read this before you buy Sony A6600

It’s look like someone not happy with the Sony A6600 camera announcement. Sony A6500 camera was announced back on October 2016, now after waiting for 2+ years Sony announced A6600 camera with minor updates over A6500. Take a look what Engadget said when they have tested out the new Sony A6600 camera.

It’s bizarre that Sony didn’t update the sensor over the last model, considering that it’s the world’s leader in sensor technology. The bad rolling shutter was the biggest weakness of the original A6500, and it’s now back to haunt the A6600. In 2019, it has to compete against the X-T3, Z 50, Canon’s M6 II and Panasonic’s GH5, none of which have rolling shutter that’s nearly as noticeable. I also wish it had two faster card slots and more advanced 4K options.

If you’re looking to spend $1,400, I’d get the X-T3 instead, which is a better all around camera. If it’s resolution you need, take a look at Canon’s M6 Mark II which is cheaper ($1,050 with the EVF) and can also shoot faster. If you’re okay with a smaller Micro Four Thirds sensor, Panasonic’s $1,500 GH5 is still the best video-centric mirrorless camera out there, especially with recent AF firmware updates.

They could use the new 26MP BIS CMOS sensor they have sold to Fuji, at the same time to work effectively on s-log we need at least 10bit video output from the camera. But again Sony A6600 limited to 8bit as of its predecessor. They need to simplify their APS-C line-up of camera as they have did in FF range. At the end, you might get an A7III for the price of the a6600 and that is definitely a better deal!

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source Engadget

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Some Silly Mistakes Related to Nikon Z50 Announcement

Ok, that’s really interesting and fun to see some silly mistakes related to the Nikon Z50 camera announcement. We have several mistakes in camera image sample page and once noticeable mistake in sample video of the Nikon Z50 camera.

Got these snaps from

As you can see someone in Nikon able to grab F2.8 images from 15-50mm F3.5-6.3VR Lens

https://youtu.be/QUSO6J8O3eE

 

Someone shooting at 60FPS and text shows 120FPS.

But, all these are just funny mistakes. Above all Nikon Z50 is a excellent camera with very impressive core specification.  Grab your camera from B&H Store and Amazon.com

Leica SL2 Camera Press Release, Specification and More

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Leica finally announced the new Leica SL2 camera, Leica SL2 is successor of Leica SL camera. Leica SL2 have a major upgrade over it’s predecessor core specification. Take a look at the major difference between the two

Leica SL Leica SL2
  • 24MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
  • Leica Maestro II Image Processor
  • Internal DCI 4K Video & L-Log Gamma
  • 0.66″ 4.4MP 0.8x Electronic Viewfinder
  • 2.95″ 1.04m-Dot LED-Backlit Touchscreen
  • Contrast AF System with 49 Fields
  • Up to 11 fps Shooting and ISO 50000
  • Two SD Card Slots; 1.3″ Top LCD Screen
  • Weather-Resistant Milled Aluminum Body
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity and GPS
  • $4199 body only
  • 47.3MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
  • Maestro III Image Processor
  • 5.76m-Dot 0.78x-Mag. EyeRes OLED EVF
  • 3.2″ 2.1m-Dot Touchscreen LCD
  • 5K/DCI 4K Video; HLG & 10-Bit Recording
  • ISO 100-50000, Up to 20 fps Shooting
  • Contrast-Detect 225-Area AF System
  • 5-Axis Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization
  • 187MP Multishot, Dual SD UHS-II Slots
  • $5995 body only

Well Leica SL2 camera announced with major core specs update. We have a brand new Sony sensor, new image processor more fast AF system as well as 5K video recording capability. Now, Leica SL2 also features sensor shift image stabilization system and ability to take 187MP images via multi-shot mode. Continuous AF is available up to 6FPS after that at higer burst speed AF will remain locked at first frame. You can record DCI or UHD 4K at up to 60p from nearly the full width of the sensor, but when you are shooting at 5K at up to 30p from a 4:3, roughly you have to face 1.6x, cropped region of its sensor.

One design part Leica has more improved grip, better weather sealing and The camera has dual SD card slots, both of which are capable of UHS-II speeds. The official battery life rating for the SL2 is 370 shots per charge.

Best intro Video of Leica SL2 by Kai

 

Leica SL2 Press Release

A New Icon: Leica Camera Announces the New Leica SL2, Successor to the Trailblazing Leica SL

November 6, 2019 – Building on the foundation established in 2015 with the visionary Leica SL-System, Leica Camera proudly introduces the Leica SL2, the storied brand’s new icon and next evolutionary step towards building the perfect all-purpose camera. By listening closely to the valued feedback of photographers and existing SL owners, Leica made many efforts to push the envelope of technological innovation and performance while respecting its heritage of design and legacy. In addition to a technical marvel of pure performance and unmatched build quality, the Leica SL2 is also a joyous experience to use with improved ergonomics and more comfortable grip married to the well-established, simplified three-button control layout, further unifying the Leica design language across multiple product lines. While cutting-edge new features such as in-body image stabilization unlocks newfound potential from legendary Leica M-Lenses, it simultaneously augments the growing selection of SL-Lenses which are some of the finest optics Leica has ever produced. The Leica SL2 is the natural evolution of the innovative Leica SL, serving as a groundbreaking embrace of the future of digital photography and videography while paying homage to its respected history and lineage.

CMOS sensor with 47 megapixels for superior image quality

The unprecedented resolution of the SL2’s CMOS image sensor in full-frame format results in an unparalleled level of detail rendition and image quality. Enormous dynamic range, a color depth of 14 bits per RGB channel and a sensitivity of up to ISO 50,000 enable outstanding image quality in all lighting conditions. Even when combined with Leica TL lenses, which are designed for the smaller sensor format of the Leica TL2 and CL, the SL2’s sensor still delivers an excellent image resolution of over 20 megapixels.

Image stabilization through sensor-shift technology

In a major evolution of the SL, the Leica SL2 features a suspended sensor which adjusts its position in order to quickly and efficiently compensate for camera shake. This in-camera method even makes image stabilization available to lenses that are not equipped with their own.

Additionally, in multishot mode, the tripod-mounted camera can record up to eight consecutive frames, whereby the sensor is shifted in half-pixel increments in between every exposure. This key feature results in images with an incredible quadrupled resolution of around 187 megapixels, leading to an extreme increase in detail resolution.

Improved ergonomics for stress-free shooting in any situation

Despite significant technical improvements, the Leica SL2 is neither larger nor heavier than its predecessor and feels particularly compact to handle. This is due to the fully redesigned camera body, whose handgrip and the edges have been subtly refined for easier handling.

Improved body design paired with increased durability make the SL2 the perfect companion for all forms of shooting. The SL2’s IP54 certification ensures an elevated weather sealing for more rugged situations, while a new option to turn off noise reduction during long exposures allows for more hands-free shooting. Less worry about the weather and environmental situations means photographers can focus more on getting the shot.

Overall the design of the SL2 recalls more of the iconic Leica identity and traditional design DNA elements that the brand has become known and loved for.

Streamlined design with new status menus

The Leica SL2 offers an innovative user interface whose efficient design allows photographers to focus their attention on the creative process. The design alignment with the existing M and Q systems makes the adjustment even easier for existing Leica photographers.

The main recording parameters can be viewed on the rear display and adjusted quickly and easily with a simple finger tap. A click wheel, a joystick and three strategically placed, individually configurable buttons also contribute to a straightforward operation. Thanks to two dedicated status menus for stills and video recording, the parameters for either shooting mode can be adjusted entirely separately from each other.

Limitless connections

Featuring an L bayonet lens mount, the Leica SL2 is not only compatible with the ever-growing portfolio of SL-System lenses, but also with lenses of the TL-System and with the legendary lenses of Leica’s M, S and R-Systems via adapter, providing more than 170 Leica lens options, guaranteed to offer the right fit for any photographic scenario. The L-Mount Alliance expands this scope of possibilities even further, by giving SL2 photographers access to L-mount-compatible lenses from Sigma and Panasonic.

Maestro III processor for ultra-fast operation

The new Maestro III processor facilitates a superior operating speed that shines in many aspects of the SL2’s performance. The autofocus is significantly faster and allows for a virtually lag-free shutter release in any shooting situation, which is further complemented by the new Smart AF mode, which autonomously switches between focus priority and shutter release priority. Full-resolution recordings of consecutive images are possible at 10 frames per second with the focal plane shutter, and 20 frames per second with the electronic shutter. Thanks to two UHS-II-compatible SD card slots, raw files can be saved simultaneously in DNG and JPEG format.

Leica EyeRes® viewfinder with even higher resolution

The camera’s electronic viewfinder now boasts a resolution of 5.76 megapixels, allowing for a large, entirely natural-looking viewfinder image. Simultaneously, the experience is further enhanced when using the touchscreen, which has increased in size to a 3.2-inch diagonal, and now offers a significantly higher resolution of 2.1 megapixels.

Perfect tool for cinematographers

In addition to its great appeal for photographers, the Leica SL2 speaks the language of cinematographers, as the camera is able to record up to 60 frames per second in Cine 4K mode, and up to 180 frames per second in Full-HD mode. Activating Cine mode transforms the SL2 into a manually controlled cine camera as ISO becomes ASA, the shutter speed is marked in degrees on the rotary disk shutter, and the f-stops indicating the aperture ratio are replaced by T-stops, which measure the actual amount of light transmitted through the lens. Connecting audio equipment to the Leica SL2 no longer requires the use of adapters, as the camera now features a build in headphones and mic jack, complemented by a fully-fledged HDMI connector for external monitors.

The Leica SL2 is available in Leica Stores and Leica Boutiques beginning November 21, 2019, at a recommended retail price of $5,995.