Canon announces 32-megapixel 90D DSLR and mirrorless M6 Mark II
The same new sensor in very different bodies
Details are scant, but expect to see the new 1 D X at the Tokyo Olympics, capturing the action at 20fps in your choice of Raw or HEIF format. The company is also releasing two more mirrorless RF lenses by year's end.
Canon expects the upcoming EOS - 1 D X Mark III to set the standard for professional DSLRs, and is aiming the new flagship at pro-level sports and The Mark III will employ a brand new AF sensor when the photographer uses the viewfinder, which is reported to offer 28 times the resolution at the center
Canon has announced the 2020 launch of its next-generation EOS-1D X Mark III professional reflex camera and released some impressive technical details.
The maker of the EOS-1D Mark II has promised that its successor will be ideal for capturing subjects in motion. The new autofocus sensor is expected to offer 28 times more resolution at its center than its predecessor. It will also have 525 autofocus zones with the new double-pixel AF CMOS system covering 90% of the sensor's range.
Canon has also announced that its EOS-1D X Mark III has faster frame rates (up to 16 fps with autofocus and automatic exposure with the Optical viewfinder) and 20 images a second in Live View (when the camera's image is shown on its screen), meaning better images of subjects in rapid movement, such as cars during a race or birds in flight.
Canon states that the EOS-1D X Mark III will be able to shoot 4K video including 4K60p.
The camera will of course be Bluetooth- and wifi-compatible, but the speed of its ethernet connectivity will be doubled so that file transfer will be twice as fast, even while handling much denser images.
Next year looks set to be a big one for serious photographers, as the Nikon D6 expected to be released as well.
"The Flame", the latest unpublished poems by Leonard Cohen published in 2018
A collection of unpublished poems by Leonard Cohen will be published next year.
had put the finishing touches a few days before . His latest poems will be published next year, announced Friday evening his former manager. Entitled "The Flame", the collection will bring together unpublished poems by Leonard Cohen, as well as prose texts, illustrations and texts from his last three albums.
"The Flame", which the Canadian singer completed a few days before his death "reveals to all the intensity of his inner fire," said Robert Kory, his former manager. "In the last months of his life, Leonard had a singular goal: to complete this book composed largely of his unpublished poems and excerpts from his notebooks," says Robert Kory in a statement. "The flame and the way our culture threatened extinction was a central concern for him," he adds. The book, co-published in the United States, Canada and Great Britain, will be published in October 2018.
A concert in Montreal for the anniversary of his death
Lenoard Cohen died at the age of 82, a few weeks after the release of his album "You Want It Darker". Before becoming a songwriter in the mid-1960s, Leonard Cohen devoted himself to writing, including poetry. He has published books including "Flowers for Hitler" and two novels, the latest of which, in 1966, "Beautiful Losers" has become a classic of Canadian counterculture.
A concert is scheduled for November 6 in Montreal - his hometown - for the anniversary of his death, in the presence of artists like Elvis Costello and Sting and.
Canon's EOS 1D X Mark III will be a technological tour de force .
Canon has announced the development of its next flagship professional DSLR, the EOS-1D X Mark III, the most technologically advanced camera it has ever created. It will hit shooting speeds of up to 16fps with autofocus through the optical viewfinder (mechanical shutter), and 20fps in live view mode (mechanical or electronic shutter). Autofocus will be more accurate than ever thanks to a new AF sensor with 28 times the resolution in the center of the frame when you use the optical viewfinder. In live view mode, you'll have 525 phase detect AF pixels powered by Canon's Dual Pixel system.