Tag Archives: Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless camera

Canon rumors: 100MP mirrorless EOS R camera with IBIS is a possibility

Northlight Images reports about the possibility of a 100MP EOS R mirrorless camera with IBIS capabilities to be released in the future:

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Canon: “8K video capable camera is already in our EOS R-series roadmap”

IR published another interview with Canon executives. Here are a few interesting quotes:

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Now available: the new Kipon ELEGANT lenses for Nikon Z and Canon R mirrorless cameras

      The new Kipon ELEGANT full frame lenses (MTF charts) for Nikon Z and Canon R mirrorless cameras are now available for sale on Amazon and eBay. The metal lens hoods pictured above are sold separately. The available focal lengths are:

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Seven new Canon RF mirrorless lenses (EOS R) rumored for 2019

Canon is rumored to announce seven new RF mirrorless lenses for 2019:

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Canon explains the benefits of using a large mirrorless mount for the new EOS R system

DC. Watch publish a long article based on a presentation form Canon on the benefits of using a large mirrorless mount for the new EOS R system:

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BCN Ranking full-frame mirrorless camera market share: Sony: 67%, Canon: 22.1%, Nikon: 10.4%

BCN Ranking published their latest full-frame mirrorless camera market data for the Japanese market. In the first graph, you can  how Sony’s nearly 100% market share fell down to 67% after the announcement of the Nikon Z7 and Canon EOS R (Sony in blue: 67%, Nikon in green: 10.4%, Canon in red: 22.1%): The second graph […]

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Canon RF 14-21mm f/1.55, 12-20mm f/2.0 and 16-32mm f/2.8 full-frame mirrorless lenses patented

Canon filed a patent (20180314060) for a new RF wide-angle full-frame mirrorless zoom lens. As it is typical with lens patents, three different calculations were presented – 14-21mm f/1.55, 12-20mm f/2.0 and 16-32mm f/2.8:

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