Canon has updated its DSLR and enthusiast compact lines with the Canon EOS 1200D and PowerShot G1 X Mark II respectively. Find out what they offer and what we think of them.
Fancy shooting a show at this year’s London Fashion Weekend? We’ve teamed up with Canon to offer you the chance to do just that!
Canon’s EOS 6D was the company’s first DSLR to provide built-in Wi-Fi, something it more recently repeated with its EOS 70D model. In this article we take a look at how the system works and the possibilities it presents for the photographer.
With new Dual Pixel AF technology, an articulated touchscreen and built-in Wi-Fi among its highlight specs, is the Canon EOS 70D the most technologically complete enthusiast DSLR around? Tim Coleman takes a closer look in his Canon 70D review.
Fancy shooting a catwalk show at this year’s London Fashion Weekend? Well, together with Canon and Vodafone, we’ll be giving you the chance to do just that!
Canon has bolstered its PowerShot compact series with three new releases, including a replacement for the popular PowerShot G15.
Following the launch of the EOS 100D and EOS 700D earlier in the year, Canon has now turned its attention to its double-digit DSLR line, announcing a new EOS 70D DSLR.
Canon’s first compact system camera has been out for nearly a year, and while we had a quick hands-on preview when it was launched, we were also looking forward to taking it out on the streets of London, Norwich and beyond to see what it’s really like as a day-to-day shooter.
If I was in a different field of photography, my kit bag probably wouldn’t include any zooms, only prime lenses. But as in life, in photography we sometimes have to compromise. So if you’re going to use a zoom, it had better be good. Let’s find out if the snappily-titled Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM is any good.
It’s been just over two years since Canon first announced they were developing a 200-400mm lens with a built-in 1.4x extender and after a few stops and starts, it’s now been officially launched. I was fortunate to get a hands-on preview at Canon HQ – it’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it!