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10 Favorite Places For Fall Color Photos

10 Favorite Places For Fall Color Photos

When you think about places for fall color in the U.S., New England probably comes to mind, and though it deserves the notoriety, it’s just one of many regions to witness the resplendent change of seasons. No matter where you live, there’s likely an excellent destination to photograph the rich, warm colors of autumn within a day’s drive.

We asked 10 photographers to share the details behind some of their top locations for fall color from coast to coast to inspire you to plan your own trip, whether it’s to an iconic place or a favorite spot near home.

Tumwater Canyon, Washington

Sony a850, Sony Zeiss Vario-Sonnar DT 16-80mm f/3.5-4.5 ZA at 60mm, circular polarizer, tripod. Exposure: 1/13 sec., ƒ/20, ISO 200.

By Steve West

Traveling U.S. Route 2 across the Cascade Mountains from north of Seattle toward Spokane is always a picturesque joy. Come fall, it’s spectacular. Snow-capped peaks and mountain rivers, hillsides mixed with evergreens and now-turned-red brush accompany the journey as you approach Tumwater Canyon. The canyon is a 14-mile piece of U.S. 2 that bends and sweeps along the Wenatchee River ending at the Bavarian-themed town of Leavenworth. The highway is loaded with roadside pull-outs along the Wenatchee, making it easy to photograph. In addition to the river and cliffs, you’ll find ponds, a small dam, an old railroad bridge and other features to combine with the color.

I’ve photographed from the canyon for many years and regard it as Washington state’s prime spot for guaranteed fall photos you’ll show others. Each year seems different due to normal climate changes; will the yellows, oranges and reds be ripe together, or is it simply a one-color year? The reds normally come first, and the yellows linger the longest. I pick the middle of October as the best chance for both. As summer winds down, the images of past photos begin to resurface. Fall is in the air, and so is the Tumwater.

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Photo Of The Day By Valerie Millett

Photo Of The Day By Valerie Millett
Photo By Valerie Millett

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Sunrise Hunt’s Mesa” by Valerie Millett. Location: Monument Valley, Arizona.

See more of Valerie Millett’s photography at valmillett.blogspot.com.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Summer Sports Action Assignment Winner Linn Smith

Summer Sports Action Assignment Winner Linn Smith
Photo By Linn Smith

Congratulations to Linn Smith for winning the recent Summer Sports Action Assignment with the image, “Wakeboarding.”

“Riding over the surface of the water with a flat, long wakeboard that’s towed behind a motorboat, a wakeboarder creates a big splash as he builds momentum before performing jumps and gravity-defying maneuvers,” describes Smith. “If one knows how to waterski, wakeboarding is much easier to learn. Living near Lake Jessup in Central Florida, one can observe individuals practicing their sport and trying various moves to perfect their skills.”

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens. Exposure: 1/1250 sec., f/7.1, ISO 320.

See more of Linn Smith’s photography at https://500px.com/linnsmith.

Check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots!

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Photo Of The Day By David Shield

Photo Of The Day By David Shield
Photo By David Shield

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Agave Sunset” by David Shield. Location: Sedona, Arizona.

 “I was at home when I noticed a thunderstorm passing through Sedona, so I quickly grabbed my gear and headed out to a local trail, hoping to capture a sunset image,” explains Shield. “Shortly after setting up, most of the clouds moved from the west to the eastern part of the sky, so I hurried to this spot where I had noticed a few flowering agave plants and set up to capture the scene.”

Nikon D850, Nikon 16-35mm f/4. Exposure: 1 sec. @ f/16.

See more of David Shield’s photography at www.davidshieldphotography.com.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Hands-On Review Of The iPhone 11 Pro Camera For Photographers

Hands-On Review Of The iPhone 11 Pro Camera For Photographers

As most of the world now knows, the latest iPhones have been announced and this year is all about the iPhone 11 Pro camera.

The two huge new camera features are Night mode (software) and the Ultra Wide 13mm lens (hardware) and I’ve just spent a week testing these features extensively in my iPhone 11 Pro camera review, seen here.

In short, Night mode is all about taking better pictures in lowlight and it works super well but very differently than I expected. As a photographer familiar with traditional longer exposures, it was interesting to learn Night mode works by blending a bunch of short exposures shot over a period of time…it’s crazy computation photography stuff and I love shooting with it.

The other significant camera upgrade is the addition of the Ultra Wide lens. Now we have three lenses in our pocket, what Apple calls Ultra Wide (13mm), Wide (26mm) and “Telephoto” (51mm).

Shooting with the new Ultra Wide is a lot of fun and opens up some interesting possibilities.

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Photo Of The Day By Jason Stewart

Photo Of The Day By Jason Stewart
Photo By Jason Stewart

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Beautiful Moments in Nature” by Jason Stewart. Location: Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming.

“When I went to capture the Sunrise in the Grand Tetons, I was thankful to see a female moose drinking from the stream below (lower right corner),” says Stewart. “When I captured this image, I made sure to include her in this beautiful moment I was having in nature.”

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Cover Shot, October 2019

Cover Shot, October 2019

Our October 2019 issue of Outdoor Photographer challenges you to contract your compositions and expand your horizons. In “Subtracting The Universe,” Justin Black suggests thinking like a sculptor when approaching a scene, cutting away the extraneous to arrive at refined, highly-focused photo compositions. 

Bruce Dorn wants to inspire you to take on the challenge of teaching the craft. In “Be A Photo Mentor,” he describes his experience working with a young photographer and guiding her throughout the photographic process, from capture to print to building a potential career.

Also in this issue, Josh Miller asks if sensor size really matters. Miller has shot with full-frame, APS-C and Micro Four Thirds cameras extensively and can speak to the strengths of each. “With all the sensor formats being so good, I wouldn’t actually make sensor size my No. 1 determining factor when choosing to invest in a system,” Miller advises. If you’re mulling a new camera purchase, this article will give you a well-rounded perspective on the options.

On the cover is a melodic, abstract photo of glacier ice by Justin Black . Here’s the story behind the shot.

“Aboard the schooner Rembrandt van Rijn in Greenland’s vast Scoresbysund fjord system, our Visionary Wild expedition group set out to shore in the ship’s Zodiacs for a hike to a position overlooking the Rolige Brae Glacier. On the way, we came across one of the most magnificent icebergs I’ve ever seen, composed almost entirely of ancient deep-glacier ice. The sunlight sparkled, bounced and refracted as it penetrated the various fins, arches, horns and facets around the iceberg’s circumference, and our group went to work. As the boats maneuvered, shutters clicked and exclamations of awe-struck incredulity were heard; the planned hike was entirely forgotten.

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Photo Of The Day By Timothy Joyce

Photo Of The Day By Timothy Joyce
Photo by Timothy Joyce

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Fabulous Sunrise at Kinderdijk” by Timothy Joyce. Location: South Holland.

“Windmills and Holland go hand and hand,” says Joyce. “Trying to get them all aligned and in a nice reflection can take some time.”

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Photo Of The Day By Amy Ames

Photo Of The Day By Amy Ames
Photo By Amy Ames

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Monday Morning Blues” by Amy Ames. Location: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska.

“This subadult coastal brown bear spent hours relaxing in the fog along the beach,” says Ames. “It was great watching her personality come out in the photos as she lounged around.”

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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What Will I Be Given?

What Will I Be Given?

I’ve run hundreds of nature photography tours across the United States, traveling to almost every state doing so. Since 2014, I’ve lead numerous photo safaris to Tanzania and each year the number goes up. I continue to add more at the request of my participants. I’m now up to four safaris per year with plans to increase that number as time marches on. (Yes, it’s a good life!)  

The reason for the above introduction is that during every domestic trip I’ve run or photo safari I’ve led, I can’t fathom the number of times I’ve been asked at the beginning of each sunrise or sunset session, “What are we going to photograph today?” In the early years, I provided concrete answers based on my provided itinerary, but that often backfired due to multiple factors: weather, the light, crowds, how a given participant “felt” that session, how I adapted to the given conditions for the planned shoot and more. Based on the factors I listed above, in addition to those that don’t appear, I learned it’s impossible to predict what we’re going to photograph on any given day.

It’s with this in mind that I now look at things more practically, in an emotional way, with a perspective of deeper thought. I developed an introspective answer I always provide when someone asks, “What are we going to photograph today?” My response is, “I don’t know. What will we be given today?” My retort came about after leading numerous safaris to Tanzania. Participants wanted to know if we were going to photograph cheetah today, or leopards, or elephants, or lions… As with any wildlife, if our paths don’t cross, despite what the Itinerary states, how can that be guaranteed? The answer is, it can’t. Hence, “What will I be given?” came to fruition.

The specific circumstance that conceived my adopted response came as a result of a sunset session in the Central Serengeti. The area is known for its cats, especially leopards, and we went to all the “hot” places to find them. In continuing to drive the roads to find them, late light broke free from some clouds. The timing coincided with our driving past a small, still pond in which two yellow billed storks stood regally in gorgeous light. Was it the leopard we all wanted? No. Was it still a great subject in great light with a great background and calm blue water that created a pristine reflection? Were they displaying behavior, and was there a mate for possible interaction? The answer to all of these questions is affirmative.

I had our guide stop and we worked the two storks for the final 30 minutes of light. We all drove away with huge smiles on our faces. We set out to make pictures of leopards, but we were given one of the best sessions I’ve ever experienced with this species of stork. The realization that occurred that evening opened everyone’s eyes to take advantage of what’s encountered rather than pass it by thinking there may be something better around the corner. If what you have is good, jump on the photo opportunity.

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Photo Of The Day By Austin Sanders

Photo Of The Day By Austin Sanders
Photo By Austin Sanders

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Sand Harbor Dreamscape” by Austin Sanders. Location: Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Photo Of The Day By Sumistha Das

Photo Of The Day By Sumistha Das
Photo By Sumistha Das

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “A Yawn” by Sumistha Das.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Camera Settings For Wildlife Photography

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The Benefit Of Photography With Friends

The Benefit Of Photography With Friends

I suspect that many of you reading this article will be able to relate to the sentiment of preferring solitude when you’re out shooting. I don’t know why, but any inclination to socialize or be around other people when I’m out with my camera in nature vaporizes into thin air. It’s something that I constantly tell myself that I can’t be bothered with.

However, that notion seemed to waver a bit recently as I browsed through my Lightroom catalog. I saw a series of photos taken in different parts of the world with one of my closest buds, Colby Brown, and a wave of nostalgia hit me.

Perhaps it is because I’ve long equated photos of people in my compositions as “snapshots,” which, in and of itself, is a wholly reductive way of thinking—as if there’s anything inherently wrong with snapshots. But what I found as I browsed through this collection of photos is that I managed to fuse the very same compositional and technical steps that I would with a “typical” landscape shot within these candid portraits.

In other words, these are photos that I am truly happy with in terms of composition and technical application. It also made me appreciate how special it is to be able to travel with a close friend, a spouse or family member and to be able to creatively incorporate them into your photos.

In virtually every case, my goal has been to capture the person—Colby, in this case—as candidly as possible. I am not a portrait photographer, nor would I ever claim to be one. I don’t enjoy directing people to pose certain ways. In fact, I don’t enjoy communicating at all while I’m shooting. On top of that, most of these photos were taken while waiting for Colby to, you know, get out of my shot. So, rather than burn the time, I figured it’d be worthwhile to find creative ways to incorporate him. 

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Photo Of The Day By Gary Fua

Photo Of The Day By Gary Fua
Photo By Gary Fua

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Tarriance” by Gary Fua. Location: Yosemite National Park, California.

“I’m experimenting on a new series/collection entitled ‘man in red jacket’ inspired from the works of Frida Kahlo and Galen Rowell,” says Fua. “A mash-up of self-portrait and adventure photography.”

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Summer Sunrises And Sunsets Assignment Winner Kris Walkowski

Congratulations to Kris Walkowski for winning the recent Summer Sunrises And Sunsets Assignment with the image, “Doomed By The Light.” See more of Kris Walkowski’s photography on Facebook and Twitter.

View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the image gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots!

[See image gallery at www.outdoorphotographer.com]

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Photo Of The Day By Christopher Fridley

Photo Of The Day By Christopher Fridley
Photo By Christopher Fridley

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Reflecting Eastsound” by Christopher Fridley. Location: Eastsound, Orcas Island, Washington.

“A colorful twilight reflecting over Eastsound, Orcas Island, Washington at spring twilight,” describes Fridley. “Notice the crushed white clamshells in the foreground, which are remnants of Native American settlements.”

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Fujifilm Introduces Affordable X-A7 Mirrorless Camera

Fujifilm Introduces Affordable X-A7 Mirrorless Camera
Fujifilm X-A7

Fujifilm today announced the Fujifilm X-A7, a new entry-level model in its X Series, APS-sensor camera line. Great as a first mirrorless camera for photographers stepping up from compact and smartphone cameras, or as a backup body for existing Fujifilm X Series shooters, the X-A7 features an all-new 24.2-megapixel sensor, touchscreen operation and 4K video.

Fujifilm X-A7 (back)

The new sensor incorporates 8.5 times more phase detection AF pixels across its surface than the previous-generation sensor used in the X-A5. It can capture still images at up to 6 fps which is relatively fast for an entry-level model.

The Fujfilm X-A7 will be available in four colorways:silver, dark silver, mint green and camel. It will be offered in a kit that includes the FUJINON XC15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens (22.5-67.5 35mm-equivalent) beginning in late October at a list price of $699.

Fujifilm X-A7 (top)

For additional details, see the press release below.

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Gear For Wildlife Photography

Gear For Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography presents unique challenges. Extreme patience is often needed, so you’ll want protection from the elements for you and your gear, as you may be waiting for long periods. Most wildlife is also wary of human presence, making it necessary for us to conceal ourselves and to photograph from long distances, requiring big lenses that need extra protection and support. We asked pro wildlife photographers to share some of their favorite gear for wildlife photography to make the experience more enjoyable and successful. Here are some key items to consider.

Waterproof Boots

LOWA Tibet GTX boots

Footwear that provides waterproof protection and support for long hikes and mucky conditions is essential gear for tracking wildlife. LOWA’s Tibet GTX boots, available in both men’s and women’s styles, are an excellent option with their sturdy, durable construction and breathable, waterproof GORE-TEX lining. X-pattern lacing above the ankle makes them easy to put on and take off. The men’s version is available in both medium and wide widths. List price: $395. Contact: LOWA, lowaboots.com.

Balanced Camera & Lens Support

Fotopro Eagle Series E-6H gimbal head

While a sturdy ballhead can manage a super-tele lens, a gimbal head like the Eagle Series E-6H from Fotopro provides superior support with a balanced center of gravity and allows for smooth movements as you track your subject. The head is available separately or included with the Eagle Series EGL-94 (four-section, 63-inch max. height) and EGL-65 (five-section, 55-inch max. height) carbon fiber tripods. List prices: $1,399 (EGL-94 tripod and E-6H head); $1,099 (EGL-65 tripod and E-6H head); $449 (E-6H head only). Contact: Fotopro, fotoprousa.com.

Gear Camo

LensCoat RainCoat 2 Pro

Many wildlife photographers wear camouflage clothing or even military-style ghillie suits. If you want to conceal your camera and lens as well, LensCoat offers a variety of camo covers for your camera and lenses like the RainCoat 2 Pro, which provides protection for your camera and lens from wet conditions without obstructing access to your camera and lens controls. It comes with an included hood extension sleeve for super-telephoto lenses. List price: $124. Contact: LensCoat, lenscoat.com.

Long-Lens Camera Bag

Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW III

Super-tele lenses are typically heavy and very expensive. Protect yours with a bag specifically designed for the purpose. The Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW III allows you to carry a 600mm prime lens with your camera attached or an 800mm lens detached from the camera. The customizable padded interior includes a lens collar to support and secure your lens. To shield your system from wet conditions, the bag also includes a built-in All Weather (AW) cover. List price: $329. Contact: Lowepro, lowepro.com.

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Photo Of The Day By Dawn Wilson

Photo Of The Day By Dawn Wilson
Photo Of The Day By Dawn Wilson

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Mamma and Cubs” by Dawn Wilson. Location: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska.

“A sow walks away from her cubs who are begging to nurse on the Cook Inlet Beach of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve,” describes Wilson.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including AssignmentsGalleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, FacebookTwitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Kalender

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De 101 mooiste vogelkijkgebieden
ANWB Vogelgids van Europa
Lonely Planet Scotland - 8th edition
Zakgids Vogels van Nederland en België
Vogels kijken in de Extremadura
Wildernis dichtbij - Wild ... Scandinavie

 

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India
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Nog een paar maanden en dan op fotoreis naar India! Om niet helemaal onbekend aan te komen heb ik wat info verzameld over de plaatsen die wij gaan bezoeken tijdens de fototrip. India was niet echt...
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Spanje is zoals een brug tussen Afrika en Europa. Vogels die uit het westen en het centrum van Europa komen en die naar West-Afrika vliegen gebruiken verschillende routes en die gaan zowel door he...
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Uganda staat bekend om de vele wildparken. Deze wildparken bestaan grotendeels uit tropisch regenwoud en is de leefruimte van o.a. olifanten, buffels, nijlpaarden, giraffen, nijlpaarden en chimpan...

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Deze keer naar de nieuwe hut HBN8 van Han Bouwmeester geweest met als hoofddoel het spotten van de groene specht die al geruime tijd nog steeds op mijn lijstje staat. Op FB gelezen dat de groene s...
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Deze keer weer hut 1 van Glenn Vermeersch bezocht in Kalmthout, voor mij inmiddels alweer de derde keer. Het was helaas een regenachtige dag met in middag best wel flinke hoosbuien maar dat k...
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Vroeg uit veren vandaag want we hadden al om 06:10 afgesproken op een parkeerplaats in Kalmthout waarna Glenn ons zou brengen naar de hut voor de uilensessie in de ochtend. De uilensessie duurde t...
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Vandaag naar de multisoortenhut 1 van Glenn Vermeersch geweest in Kalmthout. Het was mooi weer en beloofde een mooie dag te worden. In vergelijking met een aantal jaar geleden was de hut goed verb...
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Voor de eerste keer met fotomaat Jeroen naar hut 8 van Glenn Vermeersch geweest. Het was erg vroeg opstaan deze keer, tenminste dat dacht ik. Ik was in de veronderstelling dat de rit naar Kalmthou...
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​Van het weekend naar Schuilhut Drunen geweest en voor mij alweer de 3de keer dat ik er geweest ben Deze hut is een van mijn favoriete fotohutten gelegen op een mooie locatie met prachtige ac...

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I have been reporting for a while that two, maybe even three different Nikon APS-C mirrorless camera...
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6ave (99.6% approval) is selling the Canon EOS RP body with the EF-RF mount converter for $1046 (Reg...
20 September 2019
An RF mount cinema camera of some kind is likely an inevitable evolution in Canon’s ecosystem when s...
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Canon News has uncovered a patent which details the optical formulas for a couple of super telephoto...

        

        

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