The world’s largest photo – an amazing 320-gigapixel picture of London taken from the top of the BT Tower – has been produced using just four Canon EOS 7D cameras.
Canon recently unveiled the EOS 6D, a full-frame, compact, light-weight DSLR. This Canon announcement will undoubtedly spark interest in older EOS cameras, which are now likely to receive a price-drop. In this post, we’ll briefly make a Canon 6D vs 7D comparison, both of which are aimed at advanced-amateur photographers.
Canon has released a firmware upgrade which adds editing controls to the EOS 7D ‘semi-pro’ DSLR.
A number of other new features have been added via the firmware upgrade, including a higher maximum raw shooting burst rate, user-definable Auto ISO and support for the latest GPS receiver.
Are you a Canon 7D user?
So you think you know how to use your digital camera? Like many of us, you may have a DSLR or compact system camera but tend to use only a handful of its features.
In our ongoing review of some of the more popular current and ‘out of date’ digital cameras, we want to help you better harness the creative potential of your DSLR or compact system camera.
We give you a detailed rundown of the camera’s new features and improved controls. The Canon 7D, launched in 2009, sits firmly between the Canon 50D and the Canon 5D Mark II, between the pro and amateur range, but which one should you go for? At first, the 7D would seem to have more in [...]
You can think of the 7D as a GTi version of the 50D – or a small-sensored high-