Canon is undoubtedly one of the global market leaders when it comes to DSLR and compact cameras, lenses and accessories. Canon cameras offer you the latest in innovative technologies with unmatched performance and superior quality images that are clearer, crisper and sharper. Canon has created a strong reputation in the last 75 years by offering innovative products, superb customer service and the best photography experience.
The Canon EOS 5DS Is Here
Canon has recently launched the EOS 5DS and its variant the EOS 5DS R that has the world’s highest resolution at a whopping 50.6 megapixels for DSLR 35mm full-frame sensors. The CMOS sensor on the camera exceeds its rivals, namely the Nikon D810 which has 36 megapixels and Samsung NX1 that has 28 megapixels.
The new and impressive cameras from Canon are primarily targeted at professional and advanced amateur photographers. It will be available in June this year with a price tag of $3,899 for the body of 5DS R; while the 5DS body will be priced at US$3,699. The basic difference between the two models is that Canon 5DS R can remove the effect of the low-pass anti-alias filter that has been developed to balance wavy patterns called moiré.
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Richard Berger, a spokesman at the Tokyo headquarters of Canon, said “The boosted imaging performance is supported by the Dual DIGIC 6 image processors and the mirror-vibration control system, which minimizes camera shake to ensure users get optimal results from the image sensor.” He added “And since the images that the cameras produce are so high in resolution, even cropped images will maintain a significant level of detail.”
The new 5DS and 5DS R include an array of 61 point autofocus which allows it to shoot up to 5 frames per second at a maximum of 12800 ISO. The cameras are also equipped with a Fine Detail Mode that enhances even the slightest details in a picture and that also without any unnecessary effects of over-sharpening. These also include a time lapse video function, which is has been introduced for the first time in any EOS camera. This feature allows you to automatically combine still images into a full HD movie video for a duration of 2 minutes.
Introducing The Rebel T6i And Rebel T6s
The company also added 2 other models to the well known Rebel line of high-end and mid-range DSLR cameras. Both the T6i and the T6s are equipped with 24.2-megapixel APS-C image sensor, NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities. The T6s also includes a number of improved features like in the burst shooting mode you can enable continuous tracking of moving subjects. These cameras will be available from the end of April with an expected price of $749 for the T6i and $849 for the T6s.
Canon has also set to launch the EF11-24mm f/4L USM zoom lens with the widest angle of view in the world for interchangeable lens cameras. The lens has been specifically designed for the EOS line of cameras and is expected to be priced at $2,999.
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