The $1,949 Canon RP is not the best camera made or even the slickest mirrorless camera. It will win no awards for dynamic range or colour rendition, and if you’ve got strong feelings about the number of megapixels available in post-production, it will leave you uninspired. But the Canon RP is the cheapest full-frame mirrorless camera available and just good enough to give you the glimpse of a photography future you might not have been able to afford up until now.
Recent innovations—and several new entries—make mirrorless cameras a category worth watching.
Game Of Thrones is, by and large, a very different show now than it once was, the showrunners having sloughed off characters, travel time, and extraneous storylines the moment they bypassed George R.R. Martin’s source material. But there’s been other, more subtle changes, such as David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’ unwillingness to kill off major characters, or the decidedly modern sensibility they’ve wormed into the dialogue once divorced from Martin’s own byzantine speeches. Last night, however, in...
Many photographers keep a cheap compact 50mm lens in their bags, but that is not what Canon has made here. The Canon RF 50mm F/1.2 is over 2 pounds and costs more than $2,000, but what you're getting for that is an incredible sharp lens with an ultra
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Canon offers free printable designs for end-users, along with a free pickup and delivery service for its ongoing BLISS campaign.
The titles added are “The Hanging on Union Square,” “East Goes West,” “No-No Boy,” and “America is in the Heart.”
Canon, who turns one in July, was the most adorable part of the Warriors' celebration after clinching a berth to their fifth-straight NBA Finals. His chubby little face was turned toward every camera, which captured his perpetual befuddlement in the series of photos seen here.
Canon UK ambassador and wildlife photographer Andy Rouse has shared images he took “using some new kit”.