Dinosaur or T-rex?
In 2009 Canon introduced a disruptive technology. His name was the 5D Mark II and it was the devil incarnate. At the time they had a pro line-up of video camcorders like the XL2 which were used by filmmakers all over the world. Canon’s 60+ year old management probably thought they’d just killed an entire business, by accident, with a consumer DSLR.
I’ve been totalling up how much money I’ve spent on Canon gear since starting EOSHD.
The EOSHD C-LOG and Film Profiles Pack is now available and works in both video and stills mode – on all Canon DSLRs.
Crafted using my Canon 1D C as a development camera, the EOSHD Film Profiles pack installs “Canon LOG” on cameras previously without it, plus a range of film simulation modes. It is compatible with all Canon DSLRs such as the 5D Mark IV, 6D Mark II, EOS R, EOS M50, 5D Mark III, 1D X Mark II and Rebel series to name just a few.
All hail the democratising C700!
The Canon 1D C has seen dramatic price falls from $12k to $7k and finally to $5k. Now the camera is listed as discontinued at UK pro-video retailer CVP.
I feel that Sigma are now one of the most innovative of Japanese manufacturers, certainly the most adventurous. Just look at the products.
There are 3 Sigma creations I’ve invested in recently that have blown my socks off and bazooka’d the tea out of my cup…
Has Canon moved on from 2012’s flagship?
The results of DPReview’s studio test scene might surprise you.