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For some time now, Canon has been pushing their service and support as a major cornerstone of value for their camera products. Seeing as how much money they invest in local repair facilities, I believe them. It's kind of inarguable how good Canon service and support is. Therefore, it's no surprise that they are offering kind of a ridiculous package right now through the beginning of next
Click here to view our Canon G1X III First Shots Canon's flagship PowerShot series, the G1X, is now on its third revision. This time around, there are a lot of upgrades and new features, making it Canon's most advanced compact camera to date. The big story is that despite it's compact size, the Canon G1X Mark III somehow crams in a large 24
After photographing the solar eclipse in Idaho, I couldn’t resist continuing my “long-service leave” and returning to Canada’s Yukon Territory for some early season aurora hunting in September 2017. I had just two and half weeks (one New Moon cycle) based with my friends and supporters Andrea and Florian Lemphers at Shallow Bay, north of the capital Whitehorse.I had with m
Click here to read our Canon EOS M100 Field Test Part I Beginning photographers who are looking to move up from their smartphone or a small-sensored point-and-shoot camera yet are still wanting something that's small and lightweight have numerous options nowadays, one of which being Canon's refreshed, entry-level mirrorless camera, the EOS M100
Our Firmware Friday roundup this week has gone absolutely stratospheric, with news of a mind-blowing 52 interchangeable-lens camera and camcorder updates, plus one for a hybrid instant camera. Admittedly, we probably can't count this as a Firmware Friday record; part of the reason for the deluge is that in our turkey-stuffed post-Thanksgiving stupor, we didn't quite get to last week's
If you've grabbed a new Canon digital SLR camera recently, perhaps from our ongoing Black Friday and Cyber Monday coverage, you may well be in the market for a new lens. If so, the video below from Christopher Frost will help you find great bang for your buck. While lenses can be very expensive, that doesn't mean you need to spend a lot of money to get good optical performance. In the vid
Canon has filed a patent that shows illuminated buttons appearing on the back of a prosumer DSLR camera (7D/5D-like design), hinting that the feature may be added to the maker's future models. Details are sparse at this time, but an illustration in the patent shows a series of buttons with what appears to be a row of LEDs behind them.The patent implies that this tech is about lighting up buttons
With current deals - which you can check out here - you can purchase a lot of camera for around US$750. Over at The Slanted Lens, Jay P. Morgan discusses which camera you should purchase if your budget is $750 or less. Should you purchase a mirrorless camera or a DSLR? It's a tough choice, but you can't go wrong either way. In the video below, they've picked out a camera from each of
Ahead of the holiday shopping season comes a new catalog of gifts from Canon Japan. The gifts are styled after the camera company's existing gear, including a coffee mug and travel thermos designed to resemble lenses, a pair of miniature USB flash drives that resemble classic Canon cameras, a photo album and thermal bottle with an illustrated history of Canon's camera collection, a lunch bag styl
Click here to read the Canon G9X Mark II Review Conclusion The Canon G9X II is a very compact all-in-one camera with a 20-megapixel 1-inch type sensor and a DIGIC 7 image processor. Sharing the same compact form factor as the original Canon G9X, along with many of the specifications and features, the G9X II nevertheless brings with it improved performa


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