In true Canon fashion, they’ve released several new products, including a compact camera, a DSLR camera, and a camera light advance of this year’s CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show.
G1 X Mark II Advanced Compact Camera – $799, April 2014
As Photo District News mentions, the Mark II is an upgrade to Canon’s previous G1 X and posesses much of the same qualities. It does have a “12.8-megapixel sensor in the G1 X Mark II is an entirely new chip, that actually has slightly less resolution than the previous camera, which used a 14.3MP CMOS imager”, to accomodate the camera’s new 3:2 aspect ratio. A switch to a 4:3 ratio is also possible. There are a great number of other new improvements, which Photo District News details in their story.
Rebel T5 Consumer DSLR – $549, March 2014
Targeted toward the consumer photographer, the Rebel T5 DSLR “…uses an 18MP CMOS, APS-C sensor, and has an ISO range of 100-6400, which is expandable to 12800. The T5 features a nine-point AF system (including one center cross-type AF point) and can shoot at up to three frames per second”.
Macro Ring Light MR-14EX II – $549, May 2014
A hotshoe mounted light, the Macro Ring is an upgraded version of Canon’s previous light, the MR-14 X. With updated controls and wireless connectivity to Canon’s Speedlite 600EX-RT, the MR-14EX II is “…a more modern version of what we had” according to Chuck Westfall.
Photo District News goes into greater detail on all three products, and you can read their whole story at PDNOnline.com