Canon

  • Review: Canon 5D Mark III

    The Canon 5D Mark III is currently the second highest DSLR in Canon’s lineup, topped only by the 1D-X. Sitting at the business end of their Enthusiast range that probably doesn’t do the Canon 5D Mark III justice as it really is a camera for the professionals. After the...
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    Canon Lens Challenge: Guy Sebastian [Sponsored]

    Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or professional, DSLRs become infinitely more powerful with additional lenses. Anyone who’s purchased a camera with the kit lenses will quickly outgrow them and one of the most common questions is what to buy next. There’s an array of options from macro, to fisheye,...
  • New nameless Canon Service stores and manages your photos better

    Myles Lawlor, the Digital Project Manager at Canon Australia presented the new service this morning at Microsoft’s TechEd event. Canon are using a Windows Azure backend to power the service that is “so new it doesn’t even have a name yet”. The problem Canon are really trying to solve...
  • Review: Canon EOS 700D

    The Canon EOS 700D is the top of the entry-level DSLR lineup. As 650D owner, I was keen to get hands-on with this camera and test the differences between the two. There’s no doubt the 18.0 MP CMOS sensor, paired with the DiG!C 5 processor produces stunning images. The...
  • Photo tips for shooting the #SuperMoon

    Tomorrow night the so called #SuperMoon will arrive. This is the closest position to the earth all year. Budding photographers will meet with astrologers to wonder in all it’s glory. Gone are the days of peering through a telescope and experiencing it alone, now we live our lives online...
  • Review: Canon EOS M

    In the world of photography, there’s really two options, small, light and limited, or big, bulky and powerful. Well that is changing with the introduction of cameras like the Canon EOS M. While providing the portability of a point and shoot, it also offers interchangeable lenses and great in-camera...
  • Hands on with the Canon 6D

    The unreleased Canon 6D was on display in Sydney today showing off some neat new features. Being the lightest 1full-frame censor wasn’t enough, the engineers at Canon threw in GPS and WiFi. 4 pre-production units were available for some hands-on time. Part of the hands-on time involved a demo...
  • Canon 7D firmware 2.0 here to boost performance

    Image credit: David Hintze Canon 7D owners pay attention, this post is for you. Today Canon Australia released new firmware available for the popular EOS 7D camera. The changes in version 2.0 are considerable, adding new features, additional performance and as you’d expect some bug fixes. Here’s the full...
  • Canon 650D / T4i announced, 3” touchscreen supports gestures

    Canon has just announced the Canon 650D (known as the Rebel T4i internationally), this adds to the entry-level EOS DSLR range. Sitting above the now out-dated 600D, the new EOS 650D introduces significant quality and performance enhancements and is aimed at hobbyists, with easy-to-use functions that allow photography newcomers...
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