Some Canon EOS R5 C Cameras Recalled by Canon Australia

Canon EOS R5 C

According to Canon Australia, some of early EOS R5 C (B&H/Adorama/Canon Store) mirrorless cameras may have autofocus issues during the movie mode. So Canon Australia has issued a recall of this camera.

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Canon Has Registered Several New Cameras, Lenses, Speedlite

According to Digicame-info, Canon recently has registered several new cameras, lenses, and speedlite flash. You can take a look below:

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Canon CEO: There will be 32 New RF Lenses by the End of 2026

According to latest Canon 2022 Financial Results, Canon CEO said Canon is going to release 32 new RF lenses by the end of 2026 (8 new lenses per year for four years). And Canon’s goal is to secure the global No. 1 market share position in mirrorless cameras.

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New Canon EOS R3 and Some RF Lenses Orders May be Delayed for Half a Year

Canon Japan has just issued a press release about the short supply of Canon cameras and lenses. According to Canon Japan, new EOS R3B&H/Adorama/Amazon/Focus Camera/Canon Store) and RF 14-35mm f/4L IS USM lens (B&H/Adorama/Amazon) orders may be delayed for more than 6 months. And new EOS R5 C (B&H/Adorama/Canon Store), RF 16mm f/2.8 STM, RF 400mm f/2.8L, RF 800mm f/5.6L (B&H/Adorama/Canon Store), RF 1200mm f/8L (B&H/Adorama/Canon Store) lenses orders also may take longer than usual to deliver.

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Canon EOS R1 and a Super Telephoto DO Lens Coming in Late 2022 ?

EF 400mm DO IS II USM Lens

According to latest rumors from CR, Canon currently is testing some super telephoto DO lenses, these DO lenses are:

  • RF 400mm f/3.5 DO IS USM
  • RF 400mm f/4 DO IS USM
  • RF 500mm f/4.5 DO IS USM
  • RF 500mm f/5 DO IS USM
  • RF 800mm f/9.5 DO IS USM

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AtomOS Ninja V+ & Ninja V Now Record ProRes RAW from the Canon EOS R5 C

AtomOS has just released firmware update AtomOS 10.73, which includes Apple ProRes RAW support on the Ninja V and Ninja V+ for the new Canon EOS R5 C(B&H/Adorama/Canon Store). With the new firmware, filmmakers will be able to record ProRes RAW at up to 8K at 30fps with the Ninja V+.

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