According to recent rumors, Canon aims to reclaim the top spot in the full-frame camera market with the EOS R5 Mark II, pushing specs for both stills and video. One exciting rumor claims the camera could shoot 8K RAW video at up to 60fps. This massive frame rate boost would require additional power and cooling – which Canon may address with their patented external cooling accessory seen in recent patents.
While details about the EOS R5 Mark II’s specifications are still scarce, it is unlikely to see a substantial increase in resolution. The current 45-megapixel resolution is considered by many to be the sweet spot, striking an optimal balance between image quality and file size.
Canon has officially announced the new RF 10-20mm f/4L IS STM lens today. The US price for this lens is $2,299, now available for pre-order at Amazon / B&H/ Adorama. The official release date for this lens is on November 2nd, 2023.
Many Canon sports photographers have continued using older EF 70-200mm models with adapters, preferring their internal zoom design. Sources say the current RF 70-200mm is seen as unbalanced and inconsistent in feel, with cramped ring placement.
An internally zooming RF 70-200mm f/2.8L would provide desired handling for this key user base. It’s unclear whether this would be a marked “version II” or simply a new offering in the RF lineup. The original collapsible design remains popular for its portability.
Let’s talk about the upcoming Canon EOS R5 Mark II camera. Although the official announcement is still a few months away, rumors suggest that Canon is gearing up for an exciting revelation in the Q4 of 2023.
Canon first introduced the EOS R5 in 2020 and it quickly became one of the most popular mirrorless cameras for both stills and video. With groundbreaking specs like 8K/30p video recording, in-body image stabilization, and super fast autofocus, the EOS R5 set a new standard for pro-level mirrorless cameras. Now, nearly 3 years later, rumors are swirling that Canon is preparing to announce the EOS R5 Mark II in early 2024.,
This updated version is expected to build upon the already impressive features of the original R5 while also introducing some new technology to elevate the camera even further. In this article, we’ll break down the rumored specs and explore what we might be able to expect from the Canon EOS R5 Mark II. Continue reading “What to Expect from Canon EOS R5 Mark II ?”
Canon is expected to announce 8-10 RF/RF-S Lenses Before March 2024. Sources suggest that Canon has numerous new RF and RF-S lenses planned for release between now and March 2024.
While specific lenses have not yet been confirmed, it’s expected that Canon will make at least two lens announcements before the end of September 2023. Additional lenses may also be unveiled later in 2023 and early 2024.
The lenses said to be in development span a range of focal lengths and include fast prime lenses as well as zooms. Of particular interest are wider angle prime lenses, which many Canon shooters have been eagerly awaiting.
Canon traditionally makes product announcements at the CP+ show in Yokohama, Japan each February. 2024 will mark the next CP+ show, where Canon may unveil some of their new higher-end camera bodies along with new lenses.
In total, sources suggest Canon has 8-10 upcoming RF and RF-S lenses planned leading up to March 2024.
According to latest rumors Canon’s next lens could be the RF 50mm f/1.4. Anonymous sources suggest a new RF 50mm f/1.4 is being tested by select photographers, though its announcement is not imminent.
This lens would fill the gap between the excellent but expensive RF 50mm f/1.2L and the inexpensive RF 50mm f/1.8 STM. At around $600-800, an f/1.4 could hit the sweet spot for enthusiasts who want superior optics and build without the cost of an L-series.
Canon has officially announced long awaited RF mount Cinema Prime lenses for EOS R video cameras. The full line of seven full-frame CN-R primes includes 14mm T3.1, 20mm T1.5, 24mm T1.5, 35mm T1.5, 50mm T1.3, 85mm T1.3, and 135mm T2.2 RF-mount lenses.
You can now pre-order these lenses at B&H Photo Video. The release date for these lenses is expected in early 2024.
Canon CN-R 14mm T3.1 L F Cinema Prime Lens: $4,220 at B&H, Adorama.
Canon CN-R 20mm T1.5 L F Cinema Prime Lens: $4,220 at B&H, Adorama.
Canon CN-R 24mm T1.5 L F Cinema Prime Lens: $4,220 at B&H, Adorama.
Canon CN-R 35mm T1.5 L F Cinema Prime Lens: $3,950 at B&H, Adorama.
Canon CN-R 135mm T2.2 L F Cinema Prime Lens: $3,950 at B&H, Adorama.
Canon CN-R 85mm T1.3 L F Cinema Prime Lens: $3,950 at B&H, Adorama.
Canon CN-R 50mm T1.3 L F Cinema Prime Lens: $3,950 at B&H, Adorama.
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Several RF lenses are now only $1599 after stacking a $600 instant rebate with the $200 show special discount. This includes top-of-the-line optics like the RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS USM and RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS USM. These appear to be all-time low prices on brand new lenses.
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