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Canon EOS M50, More Images and Specifications

Canon EOS M50 Specifications:
24.1 Megapixels APS-C CMOSDIGIC 8Dual pixel CMOS AF with greatly improved performance AF area is enlarged by about 38% with corresponding lens (100% vertical × 88% wide in live view image display range)The selectable AF point is a corresponding lens with a maximum of 143 points (99 points for non-compatible lenses)Pupil detection AFDual Sensing ISSilent modeDLO in cameraRAW development in cameraVideo: 4K 25p / 24p, FHD 60p, HD 120p Frame cutout from 4K movie is possible5 Axis Electronic Image Stabilizer · Combination ISStandard ISO: 100-25600 (extended ISO: 51200)Continuous: Up to 10 frames / sec (at servo AF: up to 7.4 frames / sec)EVF: 0.39 type 2.36 million dot OLED3 type 104 million dots  vari angle touchscreen LCDWi-Fi · Bluetooth · NFC installed Wireless remote controller BR-E1 compatibleHDMI HDR output compatibleSupports the next-generation CR3 RAW format and the new C-RAW compression format The C – RAW format is 40% smaller in file size than conven…
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Canon's flagship field box lens.
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For usability, the LiveView showing up in the viewfinder of the Sony A7R III is a major plus point for Sally. Dan agrees, pointing out that the Nikon D850 is the weakest when it comes to LiveView usability.
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Here are some images from the Nikon D850:

Finally, here are the images from the Canon 5D Mark IV:

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Tamron 70 - 210 mm F / 4 Di VC USD

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Mavic Air ,New Drone from DJI

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DJI Mavic Air Leaks & Rumors

DJI Mavic Air Leaks & Rumors Everything about the DJI Mavic Air including launch details, Rumors and leaks. An announcement event is taking place on January 23rd 10AM EST. We expect to officially hear about the DJI Mavic Air at this event. The next Drone release from DJI is around the corner. Stay tuned to all updates, enter your email at the end of the article!
DJI Mavic Air DJI’s consumer drones haven’t seen a real update to the Mavic segment since the Mavic Pro’s launch in October 2016. The following evolutionary update was the Mavic Platinum which featured an up to 4dB reduction in take-off and landing noise, as well as an improved flight time reaching up to 30min. The Mavic Platinum was released in August 2017. Shortly thereafter the Mavic Pro received a fully white version edition called the Alpine White Edition in November 2017. The Mavic Air will be the first big update to the Mavic line since the Mavic Pro’s debut in 2016.