It has been officially confirmed by Canon that the long-awaited C-Log functionality finally comes to the Canon 5D Mark IV. Unfortunately, this will be a paid upgrade costing $99, and in order to get it, you’ll need to send your camera to a Canon service center first. The paid
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Even though it’s not yet formally confirmed by Canon, the rumor that emerged more than a few weeks ago has already been spreading like wildfire across the Internet. On top of that, Canon Rumors just “confirmed with certainty” that C-Log will indeed be added as a feature in the
Better late than never, right? Unfortunately, this C-Log Upgrade doesn’t come from Canon as you may guess. Nevertheless, UK-based cinematographer James Miller and Atomos have joined forces lately to create specific Log picture profiles aiming to bring the highly demanded gamma curve to certain models of the Canon
Italian gear maker LockCircle do make so fine and very well crafted accessories for DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Just look at their Sony a6500 cage for yourself here or their Bird Cage range for Sony A7sII style cameras. They even made a deserving high-end cage for the fancy
Have you ever taken a video during one of your travels and realized that some moments are better captured on videos than photos? After all, videos are more dynamic, and perhaps more attention-grabbing, than still images. Videos allow you to hear the sound of waves crashing onto
Only a few days after the official announcement of the Canon 5D Mark IV the buzz around that camera continues to grow by leaps and bounds. I’m really baffled by this social phenomenon that takes place every time Canon releases a new camera on the market. Honestly, I can’t
The much anticipated Canon EOS 5D Mark IV was just announced earlier today and after months of rumours, leaks and speculation as to what exactly the successor to the popular 5D mark III and arguably the cornerstone of Canon’s DSLR line-up, we now have full specs and features.
The long wait is finally over! As we mentioned earlier on the blog, the highly anticipated official announcement of the brand new Canon 5D Mark IV scheduled for August 25th has been just made. As expected, the Mark IV offers loads of upgrades, including a 30.4MP full-frame CMOS sensor
With IBC 2016 and Photokina just around the corner rumors are flying in about a possible Canon XC10 successor – the XC15. A few days ago we posted about the leaked specs of the upcoming Canon 5D Mark IV, which is due to be announced later in
Get the popcorn out – supposedly the specs for the upcoming Canon 5D Mark IV were just leaked a week before the official announcement. The latest rumours suggest the upcoming 5D Mark IV may very well be announced towards the end of next week either on August
As you’re probably aware, we’re not big fans of rumours and news leaks whatsoever, but when it comes to the most anticipated DSLR camera of the year, an exception can be certainly made. This time, CanonRumors unveiled the first photo of the Canon 5D Mark IV along with
According to CanonRumors, the upcoming Canon 5D Mark III replacement is currently doing the testing rounds among certain pro photographers before a Photokina unveiling in the Fall. Halfway through 2016, the 5D Mark IV is still one of the most talked about upcoming announcement expected this year.