Let’s present new updates for Canon RF mount lenses. Here is the list of Canon RF series lenses expected to be released in the next two years. This is kinda updated Canon RF Lens Roadmap for 2021 & 2022.
To date, Canon has offered great lenses for the RF mount and demonstrated how committed it is to a full frame mirrorless camera system. Canon Rumors has combined all the latest rumors about RF mount lenses in a neat list. Below you can find the other Canon RF lenses that is expected to arrive in 2021. There will be a total 17 new RF lenses coming in 2021 and 2022, including “ground-breaking” TS-R autofocus tilt-shift lenses for the RF mount.
This is the complete list of Canon RF Lenses. RF lenses offer higher quality, speed, and operation thanks to outstanding optical technology and design. Canon RF lenses are fast with even higher levels of optical clarity come as standard with the EOS R full frame mirrorless system.
The RF lens mount was developed by Canon and launched in 2018 to replace the EF mount. The Canon RF mount has the same 54mm diameter, but boasts a flange focal distance (the space between the lens and the sensor) of 20mm (24mm shorter than that of the EF/EF-S mount, thanks to the lack of mirror) and 12 electrical contacts (4 more than EF/EF-S, providing faster communication).
RF-mount lenses are not compatible with EF, EF-S or EF-M mount camera bodies. This means they are not backwards compatible with DSLR lenses that use the older EF mount. While Canon initially continued to develop several more EF mount DSLRs after the launch of the RF mount, they stated publicly at the beginning of 2020 that there would be no more EF lenses. Remember that the non-L lenses are not weather sealed. You can see the Complete List of Canon RF Lenses which is regulary updated.
Canon EOS R5 is rumoured to release a firmware update with C-Log3 and Full HD 120fps, in addition to lower bit rate options in RAW as well as IPB in all frame rates and codecs. So the question; Is Canon about to add 120fps in 1080p and lower bit rate options in 8K to the EOS R5?
The Canon EOS R5 (Amazon, B&H, Adorama) supports high-resolution DCI 8K 30 fps raw video recording internally along with 4K recording up to 120 fps in 4:2:2 10-bit with Canon Log, as well as up to 20 fps burst shooting with an electronic shutter and up to 12 fps with a mechanical shutter.
Of course, 1080p / 120 was a feature that should have already added at the time of the EOS R5’s announcement.Think about it, the more budget friendly Canon EOS R6 supports Full HD / 120fps.It’s amazing that the EOS R5 is capable of 4K/120fps, but can’t it do 120fps at 1080p?As of now, EOS R5 specs officially only list 1080p / 60 support as maximum frame rates in Full HD.Continue reading…
BCN Awards has released their camera and lens market share report for 2020 in Japan. BCN Ranking collects real sales data from approximately 40% of the Japanese retailers – this is not a worldwide report.
Dpreview TV has released a very useful video review.In the video, you can simply find the answer to the question of which one is the best for you among high resolution mirrorless cameras.Cameras subject to comparison are Canon EOS R5, Sony a7R IV, Nikon Z7 II and Panasonic S1R.
DPReview TV compared the Canon EOS R5, Sony a7R IV, Nikon Z7 II and Panasonic S1R to answer that question, including ergonomics, displays, autofocus, video, battery life, image quality and price. So enough talking you can watch the comparison of high resolution mirrorless cameras below : Continue reading…
In this article, we will talk about Canon cameras, which are expected to be announced in 2021. We think that Canon cameras that will be released in 2021 will mainly focus on mirrorless models. Now let’s briefly touch on the major Canon announcements in 2020 before going into what these new Canon products might be.
2020 has been a very productive year for Canon. Despite the Covid-19 process, the company has again consolidated its weight in the industry with the EOS R5 and EOS R6 full-frame mirrorless camera models.
We think the Canon full frame mirrorless system will become even more important, especially with Canon RF mount lenses, which are expected to expand this year. Then let’s take a look at the list of Canon cameras that are expected to be announced in 2021. Continue reading…
Canon introduced two super long reach, super compact design, next-generation telephoto prime lenses for its full frame mirrorless cameras. Compare Canon RF 600 f/11 vs 800mm f/11and find out which lens should you buy?
The Canon RF 600mm f/11 and 800mm f/11 IS STM lenses are unique telephoto prime lenses ideal for bird, wildlife, outdoor sports, and aviation photography, or scenario where you just want to bring your subject closer. But which one is right for you, what are the key differences between the two lenses? Christopher Frost shared his option to help you make the right decition.
Canon introduced two ground-breaking, next-generation Full Frame mirrorless cameras. Compare Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R6 and find out which camera should you buy?
Both the Canon EOS R5 and the Canon EOS R6 are super hot selling mirrorless cameras on the market. The Canon EOS R5 is aimed at photographers who want to be able to shoot 45 MP high-resolution stills and 8K video, while the EOS R6 is a general-purpose camera with a 20 MP sensor, limited to 4K video shooting.
So which camera should you buy: Canon EOS R5 or Canon EOS R6 ? In this video, Jared Polin is going to help you decide which one might be the right one for you. He will go over the differences, the pros and cons between the Canon EOS R5 and the Canon EOS R6. Continue reading…
Canon EOS R5 sensor review and test results published by DxOMark. Canon EOS R5 achieves an outstanding overall score of 95 points, with a combination of 25.3 bits color depth, 14.6 EV dynamic range, and 3042 ISO low-light.
The new 45 MP EOS R5 ($3,899) sensor has excellent maximum dynamic range at base and it is close to the best-in-class (BSI) sensors throughout the ISO range.
Chelsea made a test for wildlife setups of varying prices to show which camera and lens combination is the best choice. Will the Sony’s compact 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 measure up to Canon’s new 800mm f/11? Will there be a difference between Canon and Sony’s 600mm f/4 lenses? Most importantly, how well do the Canon R5‘s features and the Sony a7R IV features work while taking wildlife photos? Check it out : Continue reading…