Sample Images from EOS R5, EOS R6, RF85mm F2 Macro IS STM, RF100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM, RF600mm F11 IS STM, RF800mm F11 IS STM

Sample Images from EOS R5, EOS R6, RF85mm F2 Macro IS STM, RF100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM, RF600mm F11 IS STM, RF800mm F11 IS STM

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EOS R5 sample images
EOS R6 sample images
RF85mm F2 Macro IS STM sample images
RF100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM sample images
RF600mm F11 IS STM sample images
RF800mm F11 IS STM sample images

via Canon

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Canon DSLRs vs Mirrorless Cameras

The debate about DSLR vs Mirrorless cameras rages on and each side has its fans, but what are the pros ans cons?

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Canon DSLRs vs Mirrorless Cameras
We reveal the pros and cons of Canon’s EOS cameras

more in PhotoPlus – The Canon Magazine

For beginners, enthusiasts and industry professionals, PhotoPlus remains an authoritative and cut-to-the-chase voice for Canon news and independent reviews, as well as an inspiring source of hands-on tutorials and guides.

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Shoot The Impossible : Nikon lance un défi à 8 photographes

Avec l’arrivée des nouveaux appareils photo hybride, Nikon met au défi 8 photographes inspirants pour réaliser la photo impossible selon eux. La mission est simple, ils ont carte blanche pour réaliser un projet artistique qui leur tient à cœur grâce aux capacités du Nikon Z 6.

Gérer la lumière avec Frédéric Monceau
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La création sans contrainte avec Bruno Maltor
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A l’affût des animaux avec les Bestjobers
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En contre jour avec Flora Metayer
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Partez à l’aventure avec Jonathan Bertin
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Shoot The Impossible : Nikon lance un défi à 8 photographes
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The CSC Camera Book 2018

The compact system camera market has rapidly grown in recent years, with more and more photographers opting for the mirrorless option over the bulkier DSLR. The CSC Camera book is the ultimate guide to mirrorless cameras, whether you are looking to buy your first CSC and need help picking the right one, or just want to know how to take your imagery to the next level, we’ve got it covered. In this brand new book we have rigorously tested over twenty of the best mirrorless cameras on the market from all of the key manufacturers, and have looked at a range of the best lenses.

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The CSC Camera Book 2018
via Mobilism

Five steps to discovering Fujifilm’s unique X-Trans technology

One of the most overlooked aspects of a camera is its ability to render colour, so this month we take a look at Fujifilm’s X-Trans III sensor & Film Simulation modes.

If you’re like us, then you’ll know how important it is to be able to get your shot as close to perfect in-camera as you can. Often, people take that to mean a well exposed image, strong composition and a good white balance, but Fujifilm always aim to take it one step further than the competition.

Thanks to the X-Trans III sensor, found in the current line-up of X Series cameras, such as the X-Pro2, X-T20, X100F and the X-T2, you can be certain that your colours will look near-perfect as soon as you hit the shutter button. It’s all thanks to the amazing technology at play behind the X-Trans CMOS sensor, which is based on a traditional Bayer colour filter array, but with a few very important and noticeable tweaks made by Fujifilm’s R&D department, which we will be taking a look at here.

Fujifilm also has the wildly popular and exceptional Film Simulation modes, which dig deep into its heritage as one of the world’s leading film manufacturers (a heritage which has been going since the company’s creation in 1934, when they aimed to be the first Japanese film manufacturer, creating anything from motion picture to microfilm and everything in between). These simulations are comparable to those that you’d find on many cameras, usually referred to as Picture Controls of Scene Modes, except they boast a far more impressive punch and evoke some of the finest moments of Fujifilm’s filmic history. These simulations include such iconic film recipes as Provia, Velvia, Classic Chrome and the newest edition, the black & white powerhouse, ACROS. With such an impressive resume of colour credentials, we’re now taking a deeper look at Fujifilm’s X-Trans sensor and amazing Film Simulation modes, to find out how they have created this technology and used it to manufacture some of the best cameras on the market.

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Five steps to discovering Fujifilm’s unique X-Trans technology
via Practical Photography – October 2017