Canon EOS-R5 takes 35.4 stills images

Here is the info about the new Canon EOS-R5 sensor via Nokishita

“”EOS R5″ compatible with 8KDCI cinematic movies that can capture still images of 35.4 million pixels”

And about the EOS-R6:

“EOS R6″ that can easily perform high-speed action sports photography to 4K cinematic movie photography with 20 million pixel high-performance CMOS and DIGIC X” #Rumors


Olympus shared one of his last lens roadmap announcements :(

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This week Olympus issued a press release that is likely to be one of the last ever :(

It has announced the following:

  1. The 150-400mm f/4.5 lens will start shipping out in winter (curiosity: At that time the business will be in JIP hands).
  2. Olympus added the new 8-25mm f/4 Pro lens to their roadmap
  3. Bird Detection capability is coming via firmware update on the E-M1X (Winter time)


Press text:


Provides Updates on the Development of the M.Zuiko Digital ED 150-400 F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO Lens and Announces the Development of Firmware to Support Bird Subject Detection Autofocus for the OM-D® E-M1X

Center Valley, PA, July 2, 2020 – Olympus is pleased to announce an updated M.Zuiko Digital lens roadmap, outlining plans to expand the M.Zuiko lens lineup and including an update of anticipated availability of the previously announced M.Zuiko Digital ED 150-400mm F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO super telephoto zoom lens with built-in 1.25x teleconverter.

The upcoming M.Zuiko Digital ED 150-400mm F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO lens, for which development was announced in January 2019, continues with an estimated scheduled release of winter 2020. This is the first Olympus® interchangeable lens with a built-in 1.25x teleconverter, extending the maximum focal length to 1000mm1 (35mm equivalent). Final images of the lens are now available.

Two new lenses, the M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm F4.0 PRO lens, as well as an unspecified macro lens, will join the M.Zuiko lineup as part of Olympus’ commitment to broaden the field of photographic expression. Olympus will continue enhancing its lens lineup to maximize the unrivaled system portability made possible by the compact, lightweight, high image quality of the Micro Four Thirds® System.

Furthermore, to make super telephoto shooting more convenient and to fulfill the growing needs of birding and wildlife photographers, development is underway to newly add Bird Detection capability to Olympus’ Intelligent Subject Detection Autofocus on the OM-D E-M1X camera. This new feature will be available for the E-M1X via a firmware update that is scheduled for release in Winter 2020.

1 When using the built-in teleconverter. Widest aperture setting is F5.6.

First leaked images of the new Canon 800mm 600mm and 85mm RF lenses

These are the first leaked images of three new Canon RF lenses:

On top you see the 85mm f/2.0 macro:

The specifications of the Canon “RF85mm F2 Macro IS STM” are as follows: 12 lens elements in 11 groups (including 1 UD lens), minimum shooting distance 0.35m, maximum shooting magnification 0.5x, camera shake correction effect 5.0 steps, filter diameter 67mm, size It seems to be φ78×90.5mm and weighs 500g.

Next below we have the 600mm f/11:

The specifications of the Canon “RF600mm F11 IS STM” are as follows: 10 elements in 7 groups (including DO lens), minimum shooting distance of 4.5 m, maximum shooting magnification of 0.14 times, camera shake correction effect of 5.0 steps, filter diameter 82 mm, size φ 93 x 199.5 mm (When retracted)/269.5mm (when shooting), it seems to weigh 930g

And the 800mm f/11:

The specifications of the Canon “RF800mm F11 IS STM” are 11 elements in 8 groups (including DO lens), minimum shooting distance 6.0m, maximum shooting magnification 0.14x, camera shake correction effect 4.0 steps, filter diameter 95mm, size φ101.6×281. It seems to be .8mm (when retracted)/351.8mm (when shooting) and weighs 1260g. 

And that’s how relatively small those super teles are

via Nokishita

First Canon EOS-R5 8K video test report !!!

We received the very first detailed Canon EOS-R5 8K video recording report:

• 512GB CFExpress card will fit about 21 min of 8K RAW video footage.
• NO CROP in 8K30 OR 4K120 verified ✅.
• No Dual recording video to both cards.
• Running the 8KRAW video for 20 min straight NO HEATING issues whatsoever.

Thanks source!

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