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DealNN: Canon Pixma Pro-100 with paper only $130

03/25, 2:24pm

Canon Pixma Pro-100 with paper only $130

Amazon this week is offering the Canon Pixma Pro-100 color inkjet photo printer for $388 with free shipping. That's $112 off the list price of $500, and if buyers order before March 31, they can save an additional $200 through a mail-in-rebate offer. Add a 50-sheet pack of LU-101 or SG-201 paper, or two 20-packs of PM-101 paper, and receive an additional $100 off, for a total savings of $300 -- bringing the final cost to around $130. This is about $70 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. This printer features eight dye-based inks, three of which are grayscale. It also offers 4800x2400 dpi resolution, Wi-Fi printing, PictBridge and two-way paper feeding.

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Canon unveils EOS Rebel T5 with 18MP sensor, $550 price tag

02/12, 1:35pm

Entry-level Canon DSLR includes 1080 video capture, nine-point AF system

Canon has launched another DSLR in its Rebel range of cameras, aimed at the entry-level market. An upgrade from the EOS Rebel T3 launched in 2011, the Canon EOS Rebel T5 uses an 18-megapixel CMOS APS-C sensor with a DIGIC 4 image processor, giving it a sensitivity range of ISO 100 to ISO 12,800, the ability to capture 1080p video at 30fps, and a continuous shooting mode of 3fps.

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Canon adds three to PowerShot camera range, includes dual-sensor model

01/07, 6:43am

PowerShot N100 captures shot of photographer, subject at same time

Canon has unveiled three new point-and-shoot cameras at CES, with all offered under its PowerShot range. The PowerShot SX600 HS and PowerShot ELPH 340 HS are relatively conventional cameras from the producer with added Wi-Fi and NFC, while the PowerShot N100 has a Dual Capture mode, which can take a secondary photograph from another camera sensor on the back.

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Canon launches updated EOS M2 with improved autofocus, smaller body

12/03, 7:58am

Upgrade to Canon EOS M retains sensor, adds Wi-Fi

Canon has launched a revised version of its EOS M mirrorless camera. The upgraded EOS M2, announced in Japan, retains the appearance of the original but manages to improve its autofocus speed to approximately 2.3 times as fast as its predecessor, as well as using its Hybrid CMOS AF II to scan over 80 percent of what the viewfinder is able to see.

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Canon boosts security portfolio with four full-HD PoE cameras

10/17, 9:06pm

New cameras leverage Canon's DSP technology to boost performance

Canon USA added four new Full HD network cameras to its product lineup today -- the VB-S30D PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) Micro Dome Full HD Network Camera, VB-S31D PT (pan-tilt) Micro Dome Full HD Network Camera, VB-S800D Fixed Micro Dome Full HD Network Camera and VB-S900F Micro Box Full HD Network Camera. The new S-series network cameras have been designed for indoor environments that require sensitive monitoring of specific areas or items, such as in the retail, education, commercial and hospitality sectors.

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Canon shows off new CMOS video sensor in nighttime firefly video

09/13, 2:51pm

Forest recorded in near-total darkness

Canon has released a promotional video shot using one of the company's new 35mm full-frame CMOS sensors. A camera prototype outfitted with the sensor successfully captured Yaeyama-hime fireflies, along with the surrounding vegetation, in a forest on Japan's Ishigaki Island off the northeastern coast of Taiwan.

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Briefly: Patriot adds to flash drive lineup, Canon announces new lens

09/06, 12:10am

Three new 128GB USB 3.0 drives added to Supersonic 'family'

Storage and mobile accessories company Patriot has announced an expansion of its Supersonic line, with the addition of three new 128GB USB 3.0 flash drives. The Supersonic RAGE XT, Supersonic Boost XT 128GB, and Supersonic Pulse 128GB, along with the pre-existing products in the Supersonic line, offer plug-and-play compatibility with most Windows platforms, Linux 2.4 and later, and Mac OS X. The RAGE XT provides read speeds of up to 180MB per second, and a slider-case. The Boost XT provides transfer speeds of up to 150MB/s, and offers a water-resistant rubberized design. The Pulse 128GB rates transfer speeds of up to 120MB/s, and has an all-metal housing. Patriot's memory products are available online and in select retail stores.

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Canon prepares PowerShot N Facebook camera for September sale

08/22, 7:57am

Dedicated Facebook button included for quick uploading

Shortly after launching a quartet of PowerShot digital cameras, Canon has revealed another for release next month, with a focus on social sharing directly through Facebook. The PowerShot N, shown to Electronista at CES earlier this year, now includes a dedicated Facebook Connect button for instant sharing of photographs to the social network over a Wi-Fi connection.

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Canon debuts four new PowerShot digital point and shoot cameras

08/22, 12:50am

G16, S120, SX510HS, and SX170IS join the venerable digital PowerShot line

Digital imaging solutions provider Canon today announced the release of four new PowerShot digital cameras: the PowerShot G16, PowerShot S120, PowerShot SX510 HS and PowerShot SX170 IS. All four cameras feature DIGIC imaging technology to deliver the best possible image quality in compact digital camera bodies. In addition, all models have the ability to achieve faster autofocusing speeds than was possible with previous PowerShot models. The PowerShot G16 and S120 also feature the new Star mode to help users capture a starry night sky, while the new Background Defocus mode allows users to soften the background of their images for a portraiture look.

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Canon Vixia mini brings 'selfies' to video

07/31, 7:52am

Canon launches Vixia mini to capture a slice of the self-imaging craze

Spotting a new niche in the video camcorder segment, Canon has brought the art of 'selfies' to video. The new Canon Vixia mini has been designed with an emphasis on users taking self-portraits by hand, while it also has a built-in stand allowing users to place it on the ground at different angles to take action footage as well. The device is also relatively compact, allowing users to carry it in a pocket, while still packing a number of Canon's imaging technologies.

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Canon rumored testing DSLR with greater than 75-megapixel sensor

07/22, 8:47am

High-resolution camera claimed to use similar body to Canon EOS-1D X

Canon is testing a digital SLR camera with an imaging sensor using a resolution greater than 75 megapixels, according to a rumor. The camera manufacturer is said to be working on field-testing the pre-production imaging device, which is claimed to have a similar construction and body to the Canon EOS-1D X.

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Canon debuts EOS 70D DSLR with dual-pixel CMOS auto-focus

07/02, 2:00am

Phase-detection autofocus allows higher video quality, more

Canon has announced a new addition to its EOS Digital SLR camera line, the 70D. The new camera offers wireless transmitter that lets users not only share pictures and video, but control camera settings from the smartphone. The 20.2-megapixel APS-C Canon CMOS sensor and Digic 5+ image processor offer an ISO range of 100 to 12,800 (expandable to 25,600) and continuous shooting of up to seven frames of second. Canon has put an emphasis on video with this model, offering advanced auto-focus while shooting HD video.

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Canon intros Vixia HF G30 camcorder with Wi-Fi, 20X lens

04/03, 8:13pm

New sensor brings higher sensitivity

Canon has introduced a new flagship G-series camcorder, the Vixia HF G30, geared for advanced amateur videographers. The camera features a new wide-angle f/1.8 lens with 20X zoom capabilities, built with the same ultra-low dispersion glass that is used in the company's pro equipment, while the new CMOS sensor has been enlarged over its predecessor for improved light sensitivity and reduced noise.

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Canon EOS Rebel SL1 DSLR is world’s smallest, lightest

03/21, 5:44am

Canon EOS Rebel SL1 takes on mirrorless and micro four thirds

Canon has taken the covers off the EOS Rebel SL1 Digital SLR, which it is calling the world’s smallest and lightest full-featured digital SLR camera. The new device weighs 14.36 ounces and is 25 percent smaller and 28 percent lighter than the EOS Rebel T4i as a point of comparison. Canon appears to be targeting the device at would-be mirrorless camera buyers or those interested in micro four thirds devices.

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Mystery Canon DSLR briefly appears on Best Buy website

03/18, 10:54am

EOS-b has 18MP sensor, EF-S 18-55mm lens, $800 pricetag

A previously-unannounced camera from Canon appeared on the Best Buy website, shortly before being taken down. The listing on the retail site described a camera as an EOS-b 18-megapixel digital SLR, combined with an EF-S 18-55mm zoom lens, and that it was available for pre-order at a cost of $800.

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Hands on: CameraMator wireless tether for DSLRs, iOS devices

02/01, 11:34pm

Preview shots from an iOS or Android device

Photography is always a popular theme at the Macworld Expo, where Hyper brought its CameraMator wireless viewfinder for Canon and Nikon DSLRs. MacNN has taken a closer look at the Kickstarter-funded device, which enables users to preview snapshots or trigger the shutter from an iOS or Android device.

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Canon debuts three new PowerShot cameras

01/29, 3:26pm

ELPH 330 HS, ELPH 115 IS, A2500 added to consumer camera line

Canon has announced the addition of three stylish, feature-packed PowerShot digital cameras to its line of imaging products. Newly added are the PowerShot ELPH 330 HS, ELPH 115 IS, and A2500. The PowerShot ELPH 330 HS digital camera provides advanced wireless connectivity for easy sharing, and includes the company’s HS System that delivers clear images with minimal noise and maximum detail even when shooting in low light. Canon's Smart Auto feature allows the new cameras to detect up to 58 scene types for the PowerShot ELPH 330 HS digital camera, and up to 32 scene settings for the PowerShot ELPH 115 IS digital camera and PowerShot A2500 digital camera. All three models also feature "eco-mode," a new power consumption management technique that extends battery life by approximately 30 percent.

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Hands on with Canon's new square PowerShot N

01/10, 4:15pm

Lefties likely to appreciate Canon's quirky PowerShot N compact shooter

At Canon's booth at CES we made ourselves familiar with the upcoming PowerShot N compact camera. It breaks from tradition in two key ways, as it's a near perfect square rather than the usual rectangular form factor and lacks a physical shutter button. Instead, users can either use the 2.8-inch touchscreen to capture photos or by pressing down on the forward-most metal ring. Right behind it is the zoom ring, with a larger diameter, allowing zooming in during video capture (at up to 1080p) as well.

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Canon Cinema EOS-1D C hits Japan, US this week

12/27, 5:13am

Canon Cinema EOS-1D C, shoots video in 4K at 24fps

The Canon Cinema EOS-1D C, first announced in April, is now shipping in Japan. The high-end full-frame camera is the first on the market to be able to shoot video in the Ultra HD format with a resolution of 4096x2160. US customers can expect to get their hands on the new flagship camera for $11,999 when it goes on sale by the end of the week.

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Canon redesigns Pixma, CanoScan line, prepares to ship

12/04, 12:34pm

Wireless printers have paper cartridges at front, sits flush to wall

Canon has refreshed its printer and scanner lines with an improved design aesthetic and a number of functional improvements. Three Pixma printers, two of which are classed as "All-In-One" printers, and a CanoScan scanner have been listed by the company as being close to release in stores, with wireless connectivity being the main focal point, besides the redesigns.

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Aperture, iPhoto RAW Compatibility Update 4.02 released

11/29, 5:04pm

Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony cameras added or improved

Apple has released a Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update, version 4.02, for Aperture 3.x and iPhoto '11. The new version improves the compatibility of the two applications with a number of new camera models that take pictures in RAW format. Models from Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, and Sony are among those included in the update, which is just 5.04MB in size. The update works with the now-combined iPhoto and Aperture libraries, meaning only one update needs to be issued for users of both -- or either -- programs.

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Canon outs new 24-70, 35mm lenses for DSLRs

11/06, 9:54am

24-70 lens features macro mode

Canon has announced two new lenses for its DSLR cameras. Of the pair, the flagship is the EF 24–70mm f/4L IS USM. As its name implies the lens is a high-end L-series model, supporting apertures up to f/4 at all zoom levels. It's also equipped with an ultrasonic motor, image stabilization, and a macro mode, the last of which can be turned on with a switch. The lens should ship in December at a cost of $1,499.

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Canon quarterly results claim net income dropped by a third

10/25, 12:48pm

Stagnant global economy blamed for lower demand

Canon has seen its net income go down by more than a third, according to the company's third quarter results. Revenues dropped to $10.3 billion, a fall of 13 percent compared to last year's results, with the continued low demand of the company's products claimed to be the main culprit. Demand for compact cameras have stalled, with the "stagnation of the global economy" receiving the blame.

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Canon 5D Mk III firmware to add HDMI video, AF changes

10/24, 1:17pm

Uncompressed HDMI video allows for external recording

Canon has confirmed it will be releasing a new firmware for its EOS 5D Mark III in the spring. The biggest update for the camera will be in allowing videographers to record uncompressed high-definition video from the HDMI port to an external recording device. The uncompressed YcbCr 4:2:2, 8-bit output will allow users to edit the resulting footage with the most minimal degredation possible.

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Canon reveals new PowerShot G15, S110, SX50 HS cameras

09/17, 6:36pm

New features added include Wi-Fi, 50x optical zoom

In addition to the EOS 6D announcement from earlier, Canon has boosted the PowerShot line with three new models. The G15 provides some of the most advanced features in the PowerShot lineup. Built-in Wi-Fi allows the PowerShot S110 to share images and video to social networking. A high-powered 50x optical zoom lens and optical image stabilization give the SX50 HS clear, steady images even at full telephoto magnification.

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Canon intros full-frame 6D, takes aim at D600, Alpha 99

09/17, 5:35am

Camera ships with Wi-Fi, GPS

Canon has quickly introduced a direct competitor to Nikon's new D600 and Sony's Alpha 99, unveiling the EOS 6D full-frame prosumer DSLR. The 6D appears to merge features from the 5D series, pairing the Digic 5+ image processor of the Mark III with a new 20.2-megapixel CMOS sensor that falls closer to the specs of the Mark II, though the new offering is priced below either of the older models.

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Canon SX160 IS, SX500 IS superzooms to arrive in September

08/21, 7:36pm

Both superzoom cameras use 16MP sensors, DIGIC 4 processing

Canon has announced two new superzoom cameras. Both the SX160 IS and SX500 IS use similar 16-megapixel sensors in tandem with a DIGIC 4 image processor and Cannon's Intelligent IS (image stabilization) system, have a three-inch LCD on the back, an ISO range of 100-800, and the ability to take 720p video at 25 frames per second, but then they diverge.

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Strategy behind Sony A99 DSLR revealed

08/09, 11:04am

Sony's A99 said to target Canon's 5D Mark II, 5D Mark III DSLRs

With its upcoming Alpha 99 DSLR, Sony will aim to specifically outperform Canon's 5D Mark II and 5D Mark III, Sony Alpha Rumors learned from its sources. The feedback Sony gathered from professional photographers indicated they wanted pro video quality and support so that's the two areas it aims to better Canon's shooters. A support system will also be developed for the camera, the source said.

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Canon EOS 7D DSLR firmware ups maximum burst rate, more

08/07, 5:46pm

Firmware v2 adds in-camera editing, extra controls

Canon has issued a firmware upgade for its EOS 7D DSLR. Firmware v2 adds a number of improvements to the three-year old camera, allowing greater control of image settings and functionality. Changes include a higher maximum RAW burst rate, now up to 25 RAW files or 130 JPEGs, as well as a number of new in-camera editing functions.

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Canon launches own YouTube channel with how-to videos

08/07, 11:39am

Canon posts tutorial, inspirational, and other videos on dedicated YouTube channel

Canon North America has just announced the launch of its dedicated YouTube channel that gives visitors the chance to learn about the company's products. The videos currently up are fairly short, but don't go in-depth. Still, there are a few beginner-friendly tips and tricks for setting up and using the features of various Canon products, including the EOS DSLRs, point-and-shoot cameras, and flashes.

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Canon intros mirrorless EOS M

07/23, 10:55am

Canon last of four largest camera makers to use mirrorless system

Canon has officially unveiled its previously rumored mirrorless camera, the EOS M. The launch makes Canon the last of the large four manufacturers to use such a system, with Sony's NEX-C3, Nikon's J1 and V1, and Fujifilm's X-Pro 1 reaching the market earlier this year and late last year. Using an 18-megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor with the DIGIC 5 image processor, the EOS M appears to match many of the specifications the Rebel T4i uses, if not sharing the physical appearance.

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Briefly: Canon Direct Print and Scan, Electrix launched

07/17, 11:41am

Electrix sound pack for Ableton

Canon has launched a new iOS application that allows users to print and scan directly from their mobile device. Canon Direct Print and Scan connects with imageRUNNER and imageRUNNER Advance systems, and includes support for directly printing e-mails, PDFs, and photos. Users can also scan documents and manage print finishing and scanning options, such as paper size selecting, scan resolution, duplex printing, and more.

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Canon adds Pixma and Selphy printers to its lineup

07/10, 2:48pm

Photo All-In-One offerings include one wireless model

Canon announced today the release of three additions to its Pixma Photo All-In-One printers and one new compact Selphy model. The new Pixma models includeare the MG4220 Wireless, MG3220 Wireless, and MG2220. The Selphy model is the CP900 Compact Photo Printer. The company also announced today the roll out of new software tools aimed at helping users organize and store their photos.

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Canon shows head-mounted augmented reality for designers

06/18, 4:52pm

Improved augmented reality system to aid in product design

Canon has previewed its Mixed Reality (MR) augmented-reality system in Japan. Billed as a product design tool, it allows users to wear display-equipped eyewear to see and interact with a virtual object. A physical object is also used for positional reference and tactile feedback, adding to the perception that the object is real.

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Canon embraces robot-only camera production

05/14, 11:04am

Canon looks to move to fully-automated camera production by 2015

Electronics maker Canon will transition to the manufacturing of its digital cameras entirely by robots rather than human workers, company spokesperson Jun Misumi told SeattlePI. Such a move would reduce costs and isn't relegated to just Canon, as other Japanese companies are moving towards the same. Canon is aiming to have the process fully automated by as soon as 2015, though this is the best case scenario and no specific dates were revealed.

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Canon says EOS 5D Mark III bug just a mismatch, posts update

04/23, 10:30pm

Canon details 5D Mk 3 light bug and 1.1.2 update

Canon tackled some of the teething issues of the EOS 5D Mark III, including its exposure bug. In a statement, it said that the LCD was skewing the displayed exposure value, but not the actual shot. The company would inspect DSLRs on request starting in mid-May, but it didn't see cause for a fix.

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DealNN roundup: Canon Multifunction Printer, only $114

04/17, 12:00pm

Deals on printers, USB drives, and more

Today's deals from DealNN include discounted printers, USB drives, and more. Buy.com is this week is offering a discount on the Canon imageCLASS D420 Black & White Laser Multifunction Printer, complete with two sided copying and printing, up to 9600 dpi color scanning quality, and a maximum print speed of up to 23 pages-per-minute. Currently featured at DealNN, this printer has now dropped to only $114 in price, and delivers savings of up to 76%.

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Canon warns of EOS 5D Mark III bug skewing exposure

04/13, 7:25pm

EOS 5D Mark III can trigger false exposure

Canon has posted a warning about a potentially serious issue with the EOS 5D Mark III. Lighting up the LCD while photographic dark scenes can confuse the autoexposure sensor, making it think the scene is brighter and skewing the final results. The company was preparing "countermeasures" to combat the problem, but what those were hadn't been mentioned.

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Canon delays EOS-1D X shipping until mid June

04/12, 10:55pm

Mass production stalls

Canon has admitted that its flagship EOS-1D X camera and EF 24-70mm lens are facing production delays that will affect the expected ship dates. The company originally promised to ship the 1D X late in March, however the camera is now expected to be delayed until this summer.

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Canon preps EOS Cinema C500 with 4K video

04/12, 10:45am

Canon intros C300 successor for 4K shooting

Canon on Thursday made a number of announcements relating to high-end pro video, starting with the EOS-1D C and now the EOS C500 and C500 PL. Either of the C500 models is meant for cinematographers and shoots up to 4K resolution (4096x2160) video, though the former takes EF-mount lenses and the latter accommodates PL-mount glass. They output in 10-bit uncompressed RAW format and meet SMPTE production standards. The camera also simultaneously records 50Mbps HD proxy video to its CF card to ease offline editing. At its heart is a new Super 35mm-equivalent CMOS sensor rated that is rated at approximately 8.85 megapixels.

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Canon intros EOS-1D C: DSLR with 4K video recording

04/12, 10:00am

Canon EOS-1D C becomes real

Canon made its concept camera real on Thursday by revealing the EOS-1D C ahead of NAB. The variant on its highest-end DSLR is the first camera of its kind to record 4K (4096x2160) video. Although capped at 24 frames per second, the 8-bit, 4:2:2 video is advanced enough that it can be used as part of a professional movie shoot using greater-than-HD video cameras from companies like RED while keeping the size much smaller for handheld recording.

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Apple posts revised Java, new Digital Camera RAW updates

04/06, 9:50am

Makes rare backtrack on earlier code

Apple is pushing out two new patches to Mac users via Software Update. Of these the most critical is Java for OS X 2012-002, which actually replaces 2012-001, released earlier this week. Apple rarely outright removes an earlier update; 001 may have had a critical bug or security flaw that was somehow missed in a rush put out the code, which was meant to combat the Flashback Trojan.

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Canon returns to astrophotography with EOS 60Da

04/03, 8:30am

Canon focuses on star photography with new DSLR

Canon on Tuesday updated its astronomy-friendly DSLR offering for the first time in several years by launching the EOS 60Da. The new version, a modification not seen since the EOS 20Da, takes the 18-megapixel camera and gives it both a changed infrared filter and improved sensitivity to hydrogen-alpha light. The upgrades give it about three times better performance overall for photographing a nebula cloud and other star formations.

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Sony may have NEX FS700 pro video camera with 4K

03/30, 4:50pm

Super HD camera sports $8k price

Sony may soon be releasing a high performance NEX-based camera for the professional videography market. EOSHD quotes sources as saying the company will be unveiling the NEX FS700 at the NAB 2012 conference next month. The camera can purportedly record at 4K resolution with a price point of $8,000.

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Sony A99 to sport industry-leading 102-point autofocus?

03/26, 10:55am

Sony A99 said to get 102-point cross-point AF

The upcoming Sony Alpha 99 (A99) may sport with a 102-point cross-point autofocus system, Sony Alpha Rumors learned from trusted sources. Prototypes of the Single-Lens Translucent (SLT) camera are reportedly equipped with the feature, which offers nearly twice as many autofocus points as some flagship DSLRs from competitors. The Nikon D800 has 51 points, for example, while Canon's EOS 5D Mark III has 61. Sony's own A77 camera has 19 cross points.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Nikon D800 reach buyers

03/22, 5:35pm

Pro DSLRs hit US shelves by tomorrow

Two high-end digital SLRs have begun hitting retailers' shelves. The 36.3-megapixel Nikon D800 has started to ship to Japan and Europe as of Wednesday, and is expected in Australia today as well as the US tomorrow for Nikon Professional Services customers. The 22.3-megapixel Canon 5D Mark II was anticipated at US stores on Sunday, but B&H Photo has it in stock and already has begun shipping.

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First press-style Panasonic Lumix GF5 images show up online

03/19, 4:30pm

Panasonic Lumix GF5 images are leaked online

A site called nPhoto has just shared what appear to be official photos of the upcoming Lumix GF5 camera from Panasonic. They follow up from yesterday's less formal photo leak, and the source confirmed that the ISO range will be the same as that offered by Canon's EOS 7D and 60D DSLRs. This would put it at 100 to 12,800.

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Canon 5D Mark III to ship March 25 at Best Buy?

03/16, 4:20pm

Best Buy screen reveals 5D Mark III due March 25

The flagship Canon EOS 5D Mark III will be shipping at Best Buy stores and likely other retailers on March 25, Engadget learned. The date is indicated in a photo of the inventory screen at Best Buy sent in to the source and lines up with earlier reports that the camera will be out before month's end. At the same time, the 404-page owner's manual (PDF) is also available online, and ahead of the release.

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Canon to cut $4.8b in costs using robotics

03/13, 9:45pm

Strong Yen expected to affect profits

Canon is reportedly planning to slash production costs by at least 400 billion yen (~$4.8 billion USD) by expanding its use of robotics. The strategy move is said to be related to the strength of Japan's yen currency, which is expected to negatively impact the company's annual profits by as much as 100 billion yen (~$1.2 billion USD).

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Canon teases NAB 2012 event, may show DSLR with 4K video

03/09, 8:30pm

Canon hints at Cinema EOS DSLR news

Canon has sent out invitations for an April 15 event ahead of the NAB media production expo in Las Vegas. Saying only that "the story continues," it uses the same theme as the Cinema EOS event from November. Its most probable candidate is the Cinema EOS DSLR Canon hinted at in the fall, which would mate a full-frame DSLR body with 4K video recording and cinematography-oriented lenses.

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