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The Super Rare Canon Lens You'll Never Be Able To Afford

If you’re willing do the research, you can get great lenses for your Canon shooter from the likes of Tamron and Sigma. Even so, nothing quite beats the high-quality EF range from the company itself. So, if you’re in the market for a genuine, 1200mm Canon lens, you can grab one right now for a cool $177,278 Australian. We’ll wait while you sell the required number of organs to raise funds.


This Fake Lens Is Actually A Vacuum That Sucks Dust Out Of Your DSLR

If there’s one downside to a digital SLR that every photographer has to deal with — at least every photographer who doesn’t just stick with their kit lens — it’s dust getting inside the camera and on the sensor. Attempting to clean the inside of a DSLR often feels like performing delicate surgery, but this faux lens promises to make the process a lot easier by simply sucking out all the dirt like a vacuum.


Tips From Canon To Take Better Care Of Your Camera

Camera maintenance is a mysterious thing. Everyone tells you something different, and you are always seemingly at risk of causing damage to your equipment. Canon is here to help with a video detailing all the ways to detail your precious gear.


You Won't Know What's Real Or What's Fake In This Baffling Printer Ad

Apparently, the best way to sell printers isn’t by boasting about its features, colour fidelity or DPI. It’s by blowing our minds with a bunch of optical illusions that leave us wondering if anything in our lives is actually real, or just a printed ruse.


Learn How The World's Most Detailed Macro Photos Are Captured

Have you ever wondered just what the wings of a cicada look like really close up? There’s a company with a nifty piece of tech that can show you exactly that, and anything else, down to a micron level. Its fascinating computerised rig can be configured to capture the most detailed macro photos you’ve ever seen.


Canon Announces New Ultra Wide Lenses With Image Stabilisation

Who doesn’t love a ultra wide-angle lens? Their popularity has only gotten stronger over the years, with every major lens system rocking one of their own. With two new lenses from Canon announced today, shooters will be able to capture those sweeping vistas with a welcome dose of stabilisation.


See Sydney In Miniature With This Beautiful Time-Lapse Film

Filippo Rivetti’s time-lapse of Sydney, filmed on Canon’s EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D digital SLRs, is absolutely beautiful. The video is filled with slow, sweeping shots of Bondi Beach, Sydney Harbour, the Bridge and general city life, shot from some rare vantage points.


900-Megapixel Portraits Turn The Human Face Into A Crazy Landscape

We’ve seen stitched together “gigapixel” photos made of a billion pixels before, but they tend to be reserved for huge landscapes. Photographer Daniel Boschung has taken absurdly high resolution methodology and applied it to a much smaller area: The human face.


Fujifilm Wishes Canon, Nikon Would Get On Board With Mirrorless Already

In a recent interview with DP Review, Fujifilm manager Toshihisa Iida stated that it would be beneficial for their company for bigger brands like Canon and Nikon to offer high-end mirrorless cameras. This might seem counterintuitive coming from an underdog, but actually it makes perfect sense.


Canon G1X Mark II: The Beefy Point And Shoot Gets A Modern Overhaul

The landscape of high-end point and shoots has changed significantly over the past couple of years. Canon’s two-year-old G1 X used to be unique and sought after, but Sony’s RX100 and RX100 Mark II redefined what a point and shoot was capable of. Now it’s Canon’s turn to play catch up.