The Canon EOS M50 is the first Canon mirrorless camera that I’ve really felt comfortable using. Everything works as expected and you get a great image from its 24.1MP image sensor. It’s also the first “affordable” camera in Canon’s DSLR and mirrorless lines that captures 4K video. [Read more…]
A Russian certification agency has listed two new Canon lenses that have made their way through some sort of registration process. [Read more…]
The new lens will be available in the UK and other markets. It is priced at £329.99/€389.99 and should ship in July 2014.
Canon has released a new lens for the EOS M system. The Canon EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM lens becomes the third lens in the EF-M series – accompanied by the 18-55mm standard zoom and 22mm f/2 lenses that were released alongside the original EOS M camera last summer (read our Canon EOS M review).
On the APS-C sensor of the EOS M, the new 11-22mm lens provides the full frame equivalent coverage of roughly 18-35mm. Of course, as you can tell from the lens name acronyms, it features built-in image stabilization (Canon cites 3-stop shutter speed advantage) and the new STM motor for quite operation during video capture.
The EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM lens has a .15m minimum focus distance and features a retractable lens design, along with a manual focus ring.
No word yet on price or availability.
Read the full press release below. [Read more…]