Canon vs Nikon
Our last photography blog was about Nikon, so this week we will compare Canon and rumours of a 35+ Megapixel Dslr.
Before we go any further, i see Peter Jones is opening (another) Jessops with 6 branches throughout Birmingham and London and hoping to raise over 18 million in sales in the FIRST YEAR (must be having a Giraffe).
Is this the same Peter Jones from T.V.’s “Dragons Den” from a couple of years ago. The cocky git that used to love taking the micky out of talented entrepreneurs by offering ridiculous terms to “improve” on their business idea. Is this the same Peter Jones who used to raise his eyebrows when the contestant told him where he could keep his investments…nuff said.
The reason why Jessops went down in the first place is because Jessops were rubbish at selling overpriced goods by uneducated, rude and inadequately trained staff. I mean every time i went into a Jessops shop, it was always the same, lame staff. Once you have got a reputation like Jessops, it will take more than play tables to try and buy and regain a pitch in a fiercely competitive market. Try and buy is nothing new anyway, customers “try and buy” all the time (then go and buy it cheaper on the net). Lets hope someone makes him a stupid offer when he is on his knees.
Canon 35 Megapixel Dslr for 2014
Latest “trends in photography” reveal that Canon are bringing out a new 35+ Megapixel camera and are already testing three alternative sensors for their flagship Dslr.
This new Canon camera will have a “new look” for a Dslr, so this could be worth noting to see if the design is so radical, Canon will set a precedent for other manfacturers.
Canon powershot S200
Tiawans National Communications Commission leaked these little beauties.
The National Communications Commission of Taiwan is kind of like the United States Federal Communications Commission. Devices need to get approval from the regulators before they get released, therefore they will show up in public documents.
Someone spotted the Canon PowerShot S200 at the NCC, along with another camera. Anybody can check for the documents, though they will have to speak fluent Mandarin.
The photos of the regular compact camera reveal the device’s name, too. This is why we can be absolutely sure that it will be called S200. However, the fact that the Commission’s documents say “Canon S200″ is a bit of a clue.
Moreover, the Canon S200 will also sport a WiFi chipset, while its lens is identical to the one found on the PowerShot S110. The camera features a 5.2-26mm f/2-5.9 5x optical zoom lens, while its image sensor may consist of a bigger 1/1.7-inch sensor.
Canon high-megapixel Powershot
Canon is currently developing a new high-megapixel PowerShot camera, (how many are there going to be) which is rumoured to be announced sometime in late summer this year, alongside multiple other compact shooters.
It appears that this Canon will feature an 18-megapixel APS-C image sensor, DIGIC 6 processing engine, and a very fast short zoom lens.
Additionally, it is mentioned that the camera will not sport any kind of optical or electronic viewfinder, meaning that photographers will be forced to rely on the live view mode as usual, not my cup of tea.
Canon G2x won’t be out just yet.
Canon will introduce the cameras towards the end of the summer, most likely in the second part of August 2013. Despite the fact that many people are expecting the G1X replacement, it seems like the G2X will not show up yet.
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