We know what the new Canon and Nikon full-frame mirrorless cameras look like and perform like -- but what's on the inside? LensRentals recently tore apart both cameras to inspect the cameras' durability and weather-sealing.
Many Fujifilm fans have been hoping that the company might one day introduce a full-frame mirrorless camera to join its popular crop-sensor models. But in a recent interview, a company executive appeared to dash those hopes.
Japanese camera manufacturer Canon has been one of the largest names in the camera industry since long before photography became a digital concern. The company has been making film-based, and then digital cameras for every skill level and practical form of recording still images and video since 1934. The company is also a major manufacturer of consumer and industrial printers. Fun fact: Canon made a very brief foray into making computers and “word processors” (typewriters) in the early 1980s, but gave up on the technology by the end of the decade.