Canon Develops New Picture Style for its DSLRs

May 14, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital SLR Cameras | 1 Comment |
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Canon has released a new in-camera Picture Style, called Video Camera X-Series Look, for its range of digital SLR cameras. Similar to that available in Canon’s range of X-series camcorders, the new Picture Style works by lowering colour saturation levels and contrast during filming. This makes it ideal for videographers during post production grading processes, especially if complementing with pre-existing footage shot with Canon’s X-series models. The new Picture Style can be downloaded now from the website below.

Canon Press Release

Canon develops new Picture Style for EOS DSLRs

United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, 14 May 2013 – Canon today announces the release of a new in-camera Picture Style pre-set for its range of EOS DSLRs. Created following direct feedback from video enthusiasts, the new Picture Style, called Video Camera X–series-look, enables users to capture EOS Movie footage with lower contrast levels, allowing for easier colour grading during post production processes.

Similar to that available in Canon’s range of X-series camcorders, the new Picture Style works by lowering colour saturation levels and contrast during filming. This makes it ideal for videographers during post production grading processes, especially if complementing with pre-existing footage shot with Canon’s X-series models, or alternatively for those who instantly want to add atmosphere to Full HD movies. In addition, the new Picture Style can also be applied to still images captured in RAW or JPEG formats.

The new Picture Style can be downloaded now from: http://software.canon-europe.com/



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#1 hoa


I need some help with my canon 5D mark iii and the 50mm 1.8 lens. I was always able to use this lens with my old canon 40D without fail and no problems. But for some reason this lens would NOT focus on the 5Diii and it keeps making that focus sound very loudly.

I tried doing a quick search on google, but nothing really came up regarding this problem. Does anyone have any idea?

Btw, my 85mm 1.8 works perfectly well on this body.

Here's a video (not mine) from youtube - which is the EXACT same thing that is happening to me.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I47KTuAq42g

Thanks in advance.

7:39 pm - Wednesday, May 29, 2013