So you think you know how to use your Canon 40D? Like many of us, you may have a DSLR or compact system camera but tend to use only a handful of your its features. Use these camera tips to learn how to get more from your Canon 40D so you can start using your DSLR to its full potential.
So you think you know how to use your Canon 550D? Like many of us, you may have a DSLR or compact system camera but tend to use only a handful of your its features. Use these camera tips to learn how to get more from your Canon 550D so you can start using your DSLR to its full potential.
The Canon EOS 1DX boasts 18 megapixels, 61 AF points and shoots at 12fps. But is it worth all the hype and expense? Our testing team puts Canon’s latest professional DSLR through its paces.
Are you in love with your camera but stuck in the same features and modes? As part of a new series on Digital Camera World, each weekend we’ll profile a new camera, tips for using it new ways, hidden functions you might not have known about and pictures illustrating how to do it all. Some cameras may be current models, some may be classics and others may be long out of date, but a classic to those who still use them.
Sound good? Good. Now let’s take a closer look at the Canon EOS 50D…
Just a few days after its official launch, and several weeks before the on-sale date, the Canon EOS M is already top of Amazon’s CSC charts.
The camera, which is Canon’s first entry into the compact system camera market is currently appearing at the top of the list of best-selling compact system cameras in the United States, despite a sales start date of October 19th.
After what feels like years of hype, Canon has finally joined the compact system market with its Canon EOS M camera.
Coming just a few weeks before Photokina in September, the EOS M features exactly the same sensor as the recently launched EOS 650D, one of the company’s entry level DSLRs.
Find out what our in-house testing team thought of the latest camera to join Canon’s growing entry-level EOS range.
To help you get to the grips with your EOS camera and all the great technology therein, we’ve put together 49 essential Canon DSLR tips and tricks specifically for getting more efficient use from your Canon EOS camera.
From basic stuff, like how to shoot in raw, through to advanced shortcuts aimed at pros, you’ll find everything you need to take better shots faster, which was the whole point of buying a Canon DSLR in the first place…
For those who have a Canon camera that offers My Menu or Exposure dial custom modes, your homework this month is to set them up in a way that they’re useful to you. If you don’t have these options, go through your menu options and Custom Functions. Here are five we think everyone should set…
Some models of the recently announced Canon EOS 650D / EOS Rebel T4i may cause an allergic reaction in some photographers due to an abnormality in the new Canon DSLR’s rubber grip.