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What looks like a DSLR but records like a high-end camcorder?

XC10 09 TOP AXC10 09 TOP AXC10 01 FSL AThe best of both worlds — Canon’s new XC10.

The Canon C300 according to Mark II.

EOS C300 Mark II RIGHT 24-105 f4L LCD Monitor UpOn the outside, other than a redesigned top handle, the Mark II doesn’t look significantly different than its predecessor. It’s the inside — the heart & soul of a camera — where the real transformation has taken place. And what a transformation!

Breaking the speed barrier.

The Nikon 1 J5 has a name befitting a rocket. It sure handles like one. Speed-wise, this little pocket rocket from Nikon can blast away at 20 frames per second. There isn’t a DSLR on the market that it can’t lap twice over.

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When operating at 20 fps, you need an autofocus system that can keep up. Nikon has come through with their cutting-edge 105 phase-detection system, which operates at a blistering rate that makes ‘blink of an eye’ sound slow.

Incredibly, speed is just one of the J5’s many attributes. It shoots 20.8-megapixel photos, 1080/60p videos, time-lapse and slow-motion sequences, HDR (High Dynamic Range) images. Plus, you can pair it with any 1 NIKKOR lens, or add the optional FT-1 Mount Adapter and use NIKKOR DSLR lenses. Other features include a 180° tilting touch screen, full manual control, new onboard effects and even built-in WiFi and Near Field Communication (NFC).

Photos that are ‘Greater’ than great.

The Greater Toronto Council of Camera Clubs (GTCCC) is an association of photographic clubs in the Greater Toronto area, clubs ranging from Hamilton and Kitchener-Waterloo in the west, and north to Newmarket, and to Oshawa in the east. Coming April 18th, the GTCCC celebrates their 2015 Interclub Awards Night & Gala. The event will be held at the Sheraton Parkway Hotel & Conference Centre in Toronto.

Winners will be chosen from 5 categories: Nature projected, Natural Things projected, Pictorial projected, Colour and Monochrome prints.

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Want to see a collection of some of the best wildlife photos from around the world?

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