The Canon EOS 5D Mark III is finally real and so now it's time for bargains on its predecessor—sort of. Canon will continue to produce the legendary, full-frame, HD shooting 5D Mark II and the company is hinting at price break next week.
This video, called "Deus Ex Homine," is a stereoscopic 3D motion-controlled time-lapse by artist Peter H. Chang. It features some stunning footage of the San Francisco Bay Area and is immersive enough to make me supremely home-sick.
Nobody is going to share the murky photos from the DSi's integrated camera, so why not hack a classic DS to become a controller for a dSLR?
Everybody complaining in the 1D Mark IV comment thread that there won't be any more video firmware updates for the 5D Mark II is kinda wrong: Canon is enabling the 24fps and 25fps 1080p video recording that's found on the 7D and 1D Mark IV, bringing it about up to par. Update's due sometime next year, though no…
Microsoft is set to bombard us all with Windows 7 ads around the October 22nd launch—and director Marty Martin's concept spots are setting the bar high.
Canon said today that it would give a free firmware update to users of the hallowed EOS 5D Mark II camera, allowing them to shoot in full HD using manual exposure controls including ISO, aperture and shutter speed.
Andrew Disney is hoping to shoot Searching For Sonny, a feature film, entirely in HD on a 5D Mark II. But first, he had to solve several problems. Hint: it involves using Nikon lenses!
For the last few months, we've been shooting with the two hottest cameras on the market. Lucky us. If you've been eyeing either one of these for purchase, here's everything you need to know.
This picture of Barack Obama is the first official presidential portrait ever taken by a digital camera. The details are in the EXIF data.
Good news camera fans, two months after launching and exploding our eyes with its delicious full HD video, the 5D Mark II is finally shipping out of Canon's distribution centers to dealers. Tomorrow. Price is supposed to be $2699, but depending on scarcity (the demand is going to be massive), you could pay a bit more.…