New, better, nicer, faster, smartphone connectable Trigger called MIOPS, check it out. Read More »
Canon EOS 7D Mark IICanon EOS 7D Mark II has been the topic of rumors for a past year. As the owners of the actual 7D we think that the best way to improve an already solid and fast APS-C camera, would be to change its sensor to a larger one (for example a 1.3x crop size) and therefore create better image quality.… Read More »
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Smartphone cameras are fast becoming the must-have devices for shutterbugs due the fact they can easily fit into your pocket. As the bigger and bulkier cameras are slowly taking a back seat, are smartphones reigning supreme? In this article, we’ll be comparing one of Canon’s most powerful cameras, the 5D Mark III against two of the best smartphones in the market today: the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom and iPhone 5. Read More »
Some examples of the Canon EOS 70D video and focusing usage:… Read More »
You can find official intro and images at Canon USA.
Canon Inc. claims:
“Canon’s newly-developed Dual Pixel CMOS AF, a phase-detection autofocus (AF) technology on the camera’s image sensor plane, enables users to shoot video with the new EOS 70D close to the quality of a video shot with a camcorder.… Read More »
Enter the small World of tiny creatures, objects full of color and wonderful shapes. Enjoy our collection from various Photographers around the Globe. Read More »
While majority buy and recommend like we do, the Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM, we decided that for little bit more money, you get a better lens, the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM AF. Why ? It's newer lens, with better optic elements, better build quality,... Read More »
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This prime lens replaced the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 in 1991. It's built with plastic but very sharp. Note that on a cropped sensor DSLR body, it’s equivalent to 80mm (i.e. 50mm x 1.6 = 80 mm). Read More »
With the T5i out, many owners don't use all the advanced features of their brand new DSLR. Nowadays, with the reasonable prices of basic photography equipment, it is not strange to see at a wedding or other events, many people taking photos with DSLRs, but many still don't understand beyond the basics. Read More »