London, UK, 7th February 2011 a€“ Canon today unveils the new EOS 1100D a€“ the Digital SLR (DSLR) for consumers who want to take the first step on their journey to outstanding still images and HD video. Compact and lightweight, the EOS 1100D is a highly versatile DSLR thata€™s easy to carry with you, allowing you to capture any moment in stunning quality. Basic+ and Creative Auto remove any confusing technical terms, using plain language to describe settings and their effect on the final image. The EOS 1100D also makes it easier to shoot and instantly share your images and HD video with friends and family. Thanks to support for Eye-Fi Connected Functions*1, EOS 1100D users can wirelessly transfer their images to a home PC or bypass this stage completely and upload images and video direct to an online sharing account like the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY or Flickr a€“ inspiring everyone to share special, fun and creative photography.
Designed as a user-friendly, powerful, entry-level DSLR, the EOS 1100D features an impressive specification to support the image quality and performance promised by the Canon and EOS brands. A 12.2 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor enables A3 size images to be recorded or cropped for exciting compositions, without compromising on image quality or print size, while DIGIC 4 image processing allows you to freeze the action with high-speed shooting at 3 frames per second*2.
Exclusively designed and manufactured by Canon to work in combination with its own DIGIC processors, Canona€™s CMOS technology integrates advanced noise reduction circuitry at each pixel site, delivering virtually noise-free images. Signal conversion in Canona€™s CMOS sensors is handled by individual amplifiers at each pixel site.
DIGIC chips work with a high speed image buffer, reading, processing, compressing and writing image data fast enough to keep the buffer clear during long continuous shooting bursts.
The iFCL system uses focus, colour and luminance information to determine consistently exposed shots. Both the EOS 600D and EOS 1100D models feature a metering sensor with 63 zones, compatible with all nine AF points. The new EOS 600D features the EOS Integrated Cleaning System, used to combat sensor dust in three important ways: Reduce, Repel and Remove.
Remove - A Self-Cleaning Sensor Unit uses hi-frequency vibrations to shake dust from the infrared filter for a period of approximately one second after each start up.
The front surface of the EOS 1100Da€™s low-pass filter features a fluorine coating to minimize dust adhesion to the sensor.
EOS Movie allows users to record Full HD (1920x1080p) movies on the EOS 600D and HD (1280x720p) movies on the EOS 1100D. When filming Full HD footage with the EOS 600D, Movie Digital Zoom can be used to magnify the centre of the sensor by 3-10x while maintaining Full HD quality. Picture Style presets can be likened to different film types a€“ each one offering a different colour response.
Portrait: Optimises colour tone and saturation and weakens sharpening to achieve attractive skin tones.
Landscape: For punchier greens and blues with stronger sharpening to give a crisp edge to mountain, tree and building outlines. Faithful: Adjusts colour to match the subject colour when shot under a colour temperature of 5200K.
Monochrome: For black and white shooting with a range of filter effects (yellow, orange, red and green) and toning effects (sepia, blue, purple and green. Basic+ is a creative imaging function that was first introduced in the EOS 60D, which makes it easier to create the desired image effects when shooting a scene. Auto Lighting Optimiser analyses the image and selectively adjusts the brightness to achieve a more even result.
The lens peripheral illumination correction function uses the power of the DIGIC 4 image processor to improve image quality by maintaining evenness of illumination from corner to corner, even when shooting wide open with a zoom lens.
The Feature Guide acts as an on-board guide by displaying a simple description of each mode and the functions on the Quick Control Screen. Digital Photo Professional (DPP) software provides high speed, high quality processing of lossless RAW images. Emphasize Centre: This converts the image to an a€?Orthogonal Projectiona€™ image, enlarging the centre of the image. The latest version of EOS Utility provides essential support for Live View remote shooting (with the ability to overlay an image to assist with alignment of subsequent shots during product photography), camera configuration and image transfers.
Picture Style Editor allows photographers to create individual Picture Styles that meet their personal requirements.
Auto: In 1-shot AF mode with evaluative metering exposure is locked when focus is achieved. Whatever comes next will use electronic viewfinder (EVF) technology, something that eventually will become more widespread, but with current technologies still faces challenges at the top end (compare the viewfinder experience of a Canon 1100D and 1D X to see how far EVF has to go in some areas). Our articles will always be free - If you use ad blockers - OK, but please consider supporting our site in some way? I'm rewriting the entire site and was re-arranging the Sony rumours section (true, never a big section) and noticed that we've not seen anything in this area for quite some time.
Sony Electronics, a worldwide leader in digital imaging and the worlda€™s largest image sensor manufacturer, has today announced user selectable Compressed and Uncompressed 14-Bit RAW image capture will be featured in the new I±7S II once it arrives in stores this October. Additionally, they have announced plans to add user selectable compressed or uncompressed 14-Bit RAW still image capture via firmware update to additional cameras beginning with the recently introduced I±7R II full-frame mirrorless model. We held a 59 percent share in the mirror-less camera market last year and have been the top seller of mirror-less cameras for the last five years, but we have never topped the gross lens-interchangeable camera market on a yearly basis. The articles and reviews are written in my spare time - I really appreciate all the people who have taken the time to write to me to say when they have been useful. BTW If you've just found the site via the rumours pages - please do have a look round the articles and reviews, since they are far more important to me, in helping people get more out of their photography. An interesting camera that will appeal to many, although the timing of its announcement - several months before availability - rather stole any thunder that the other Sony announcements might have had.
26th Camera company end of year 'interviews' shed a bit of light on what they are going to do.
My mistake, with the full info on the lens page, for originally putting this as FE, when all the info said was FF - new source, so usual caveats. 5th A Sony patent [sr] mixes pixels with long and short exposure times to extend dynamic range. Not a top grade rumour but if Sony want to aim at the pro market, then they need this sort of stuff.
New accessories to be released with the a99: battery grip, flash, remote control, microphone etc. At SA rumours, the talk is of an upcoming 24MP FF A9x, with a subsequent announcement of a high MP (36?) camera to follow. The SAL70400G lens is a 5.7x super telephoto zoom lens and the latest addition to Sonya€™s G-series line of premium lenses.
Designed to deliver extremely sharp descriptive performance across its wide focal length range, it is ideally suited for sports, action and wildlife photography. In 2014 Keith purchased a 100D as a small backup camera, and will be writing up some articles related to exploring its use. 16th The white version of the 100D and a white 18-55 STM lens is now to be available more widely - Just announced for the UK. Designed and manufactured by Canon to work in combination with its own DIGIC image processors, Canona€™s CMOS technology integrates advanced noise reduction circuitry at each pixel site, delivering virtually noise-free images. The EOS 100D features a new Hybrid CMOS AF II Sensor that uses a combination of phase detection pixels located on the sensor, along with contrast AF to acquire swift and accurate focus.
The camera includes a new nine-point center cross-type autofocus (AF) system to help achieve fast, sharp focus. To help capture video with ease, the EOS Rebel SL1 features Canon's Movie Servo AF, which provides continuous AF tracking of moving subjects. Allowing for clear and easy viewing even in bright environments, the Touch Screen three inch Clear View LCD monitor II provides a rich and expansive display as well as providing intuitive touch panel operation. The EOS Rebel SL1 encourages users to explore their creative side with a wide array of features for convenience and simple shooting. Users can also access advanced imaging features like the new Effect Shot mode, which automatically creates two different shots, one with a selected creative filter and one without. For those who would like to take beautiful photos with ease, the EOS Rebel SL1 offers a variety of scene modes to explore.
United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, 21 March 2013 a€“ Canon today unveils two new first-class additions to its entry-level consumer DSLR line-up a€“ the EOS 700D and the smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR ever made[i] the EOS 100D. The EOS 100D offers a range of simple controls and a helpful in-camera feature guide, perfect for those looking to explore the world of DSLR photography for the first time but without the bulk normally associated with a DSLR. The EOS 100D is the smallest and lightest APS-C DSLR in its class[ii] making it compact enough to take everywhere so you can capture adventures in stunning quality. At the EOS 100Da€™s heart is a new 18 MP APS-C Hybrid CMOS AF II Sensor, which combines with the power of the DIGIC 5 image processor to deliver stunning results in virtually any situation. The EOS 700D is powered by a Canon-designed and manufactured 18.0MP APS-C Hybrid CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5 image processor, which deliver outstanding levels of resolution a€“ producing images that are consistently rich in detail and colour. The EOS 700Da€™s advanced AF System consists of 9 high performance, cross-type points spread across the frame, delivering greater focussing speed and accuracy to ensure photographers can always keep desired subjects in focus, even as they move around. The EOS 700D features a new, simplified 360A° rotating mode dial to provide easy and swift access to the cameraa€™s various shooting modes. Both the EOS 700D and EOS 100D feature a range of super easy-to-use shooting modes and creative filters a€“ making it simple for beginners to start with creative pre-sets and then explore their creativity as their confidence grows.
EOS 100D featuring new Kids, Food and Candlelight modes, designed to ensure optimum results with stunning detail in a range of familiar situations. Canona€™s exciting range of Creative Filters, including Fish-eye and Miniature effect, can now be applied before capture thanks to new real-time filter previews a€“ providing the perfect way to pick the most suitable effect for specific moments before you actually take the shot. Aspiring photographers can add another dimension to capturing their memories, using EOS Movies to shoot their precious moments in glorious Full HD resolution (1920x1080p). White spots may exist on the optical layer which may result in the appearance of dark circular patterns on the captured image under certain shooting conditions. The phenomenon described above may occur in cameras whose first and second digits of the serial number are as set forth below. EOS Rebel T6s: If a€?XXa€? is a€?01a€? or a€?02a€?, the phenomenon described above may occur. EOS Rebel T6i: If a€?XXa€? is a€?01a€? or a€?02a€?, the phenomenon described above may occur. NOTE: If the battery cover contains the marking illustrated below, the camera is NOT affected by the phenomenon described above even if the first and second digits of the serial number are of the numbers mentioned above. Potentially affected cameras will be inspected and affected units will be repaired free of charge. If you have not already done so, please register your Canon EOS Rebel T6s or your Canon EOS Rebel T6i. In the UK one camera is A?50 more than the other, so why would you pick one over the other, apart from the usual temptation to want the 'better' version. Whilst I don't sell equipment at all, I do provide product photography training for small companies wanting to 'do their own photography' and have already been asked which is 'best'. To my mind, for basic tethered product photography, save the A?50 and put it towards a better lens or better lights.
However, if I'm asked the same question by someone looking to upgrade from a 500D or older then it's the 760D that would get my vote (that top LCD is so much easier to use for general settings - you don't need the one on the back most of the time (IMHO). If you are looking to update an older camera, don't be tempted to keep the old 18-55 lens to save a bit of cash. With multiple features most commonly found in advanced amateur cameras, the EOS Rebel T6s is designed for photography enthusiasts, or those who are already experienced with entry-level cameras who want to take high-quality photos and videos, and look for more advanced features and functions. The new EOS Rebel cameras have an extensive ISO range of 100-12800 (expandable to 25600) to accommodate shooting situations ranging from bright sunny days at the beach to dimly lit indoor dance recitals. Building on the image capture functionality of their predecessors, the EOS Rebel T6s and EOS Rebel T6i cameras feature Canona€™s new Hybrid CMOS AF III image sensor-embedded autofocus system, which allows for high levels of speed and accuracy when capturing Full HD video or high-resolution photos in Live View. Brand-new to the EOS Rebel line, the cameras feature built-in wireless capabilities, which allow users to wirelessly transfer images and videos with ease to compatible smartphones and tablets through Canona€™s newly updated and free Camera Connect app.2 Images and videos can also be shared wirelessly to a wide range of popular social networking sites through Canon iMAGE GATEWAY. With an intuitive design that allows for an optimal photographic experience, the new EOS Rebel cameras have a three-inch Vari-Angle Touch Screen Clear View LCD monitor with approximately 1,040,000 dots. The EOS Rebel T6s and EOS Rebel T6i cameras feature EOS Movie mode which captures Full HD 1080p resolution video up to 30 fps in MP4 format for high quality shooting and easy movie sharing on select social networking sites. Allowing for full creative control, the new EOS Rebel cameras offer creative filters available as presets for photos and movies. For photographers who desire more advanced features, the EOS Rebel T6s is the first EOS Rebel class DSLR camera to feature a top LCD panel, Quick Control Dial, Horizontal Level and built-in HDR movie capabilities.
The EOS Rebel T6s Digital SLR camera and EOS Rebel T6i Digital SLR camera are scheduled to be available at the end of April 2015. United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, 6 February 2015 a€“ Canon today unveils two impressive DSLRs in its entry-level EOS line-up a€“ the EOS 760D and EOS 750D a€“ designed to help those with a creative eye reach the next level in their photography. Both cameras make it easier than ever to capture your favourite moments in the quality they deserve a€“ with vibrant colour, sharp focus and rich detail a€“ using the powerful new 24.2MP sensor and Canona€™s DIGIC 6 image processor. Enjoy capturing your favourite action moments using the cameraa€™s five frames per second continuous shooting mode, which makes sure that split second action is always caught on camera. Amateur filmmakers can shoot their memories as movies in stunning Full HD resolution and in MP4 format for easy online sharing. The EOS 760D and EOS 750Da€™s powerful specifications are packed into expertly engineered compact bodies, with an ergonomic grip and Vari-Angle LCD for easy handling in all situations.
As soon as you pick up either camera you can start shooting confidently, with automatic shooting modes ensuring you get the best results every time. Once youa€™ve captured the perfect shot, enjoy the convenience and speed that Wi-Fi and NFC offers to share it quickly and simply with your favourite people and devices. Selected lenses will be eligible for cashback when bought with an EOS 760D or EOS 750D R giving you the option to purchase a lens that best suits your photography needs.
A top display (moving the mode rotary switch - or even getting rid of it entirely) and a new sensor could signify more significant changes in the way different cameras fit into Canon's range.
The earlier the camera, the less likely we are to see much more than the move from 18MP to 20MP - no more mentions of an EVF that I've seen. 1st So, at what point does the Rebel range switch to EVF (Electronic ViewFinder), ditching the mirror box and pentamirror? I'd note similar ideas from Thom Hogan [TH] discussing the D3300 and D300s successors, so this still goes in my 'speculation' category (as does anything more than 4-6 mths.
This page covers all our 60D related materials, including technical information, updates (firmware) and reviews. It also includes links to a number of short reviews and usage notes for the 60D, written when I borrowed a camera for a while from Canon UK. The photo at the right was from when I was looking at just how useful that flip out screen is.
Fixes a phenomenon where the cameraa€™s serial number that is displayed in the shooting information of the image does not display the correct serial number. It won't cost any more (nor less we're afraid) but will contribute towards the running costs of our site. It is possible that the EOS digital SLR cameras which have had their main PCB replaced during the specific timeframes listed above may not turn on normally when Eye-Fi brand cards are used, or if any brand of SD card is removed from the camera within a certain time after opening the card slot cover. 12th Maybe not for photography, but in video, it seems the GH2 from Panasonic gives the 60D a run for its money.
10th In the UK at least, 60Ds are still all with pre-release firmware and not yet available for review, other than to a few specific sites.
31st Quite a bit of discussion on the forums about the fact that the 60D does not mention micro focus adjustment in its specs.


United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, 3rd April 2012 a€“ Canon today expands the EOS series with the launch of the EOS 60Da a€“ a high resolution Digital SLR (DSLR) designed for astrophotography. The EOS 60Da is ideal for shooting astronomical phenomena such as diffuse nebulae a€“ a favourite among astrophotographers due to the distinct red colour caused by the ionisation of hydrogen. Utilising the advanced ergonomics of the EOS 60D, the EOS 60Da has been designed to be comfortable to hold and highly customisable.
Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3 (Connected via the supplied Remote Controller Adapter RA-E3) a€“ a programmable remote shutter control that allows the adjustment of settings without disturbing the cameraa€™s position.
As part of the EOS System the EOS 60Da is also compatible with the worlda€™s most comprehensive selection of interchangeable lenses, ranging from the 8mm to 800mm a€“ providing both power and exceptional creative choice for astrophotographers. The Canon EOS 60Da camera packs a powerful 18-megapixel CMOS sensor (APS-C) that produces sharp and high-contrast images of astronomical objects, a major enhancement over the EOS 20Da modela€™s 8.2-megapixel sensor. Crisp images of the stars and planets can be viewed on the EOS 60Daa€™s improved 3.0-inch Clear View LCD screen with 1,040,000 dots for detailed focusing. Enhanced noise reduction on the EOS 60Da sensor offers photographers the ability to experiment with the wide array of ISO settings and increased ISO speeds up to 6400 expandable to 12800.
The EOS 60Da helps capture the wonders of the night sky with its use of Canona€™s award-winning EF and EF-S lenses along with other EOS accessories. Canon has also included an AC adapter kit with the EOS 60Da, allowing the camera to be powered through an AC wall outlet or a battery-powered inverter, ideal for long exposure image or video capture at home or in the field. As a specialized product, the EOS 60Da is only available to order from select authorized dealers. London, UK, 26th August 2010 - Canon today announces the latest addition to its world-famous EOS series of Digital SLR (DSLR) cameras a€“ the new EOS 60D. With an 18 Megapixel APS-C sensor, the EOS 60D offers high levels of detail and a magnification of 1.6x the focal length of the lens to capture poster-size images in a variety of aspect ratios*1. A standard ISO range of 100-6400 is extendable to 12800, providing smooth images with minimal noise in low light conditions.
A new Basic + function makes it easy for photographers to add their own creative touch to images without worrying about changing settings. Designed to provide power for those who wish to extend their creative vision, the EOS 60D features a host of new functions that help capture better images and in-camera effects to add an extra dimension. For photographers who want to add post-production effects to their images without the need for expensive software, the EOS 60D also features a range of new creative filters that can be applied in-camera.
Offering photographers the freedom to go beyond stills, the EOS 60D captures 1920x1080p HD video with a variety of user-selectable frame rates, including 30, 25 and 24fps, as well as 720p video at 60 and 50fps.
Full manual control in Movie mode allows photographers to employ their own exposure and focus settings and take advantage of the effects achieved from Canona€™s wide range of EF lenses.
For those who want to share images with friends and family, an integrated HDMI port is compatible with Consumer Electronics Control (HDMI-CEC), allowing video and images to be viewed on any compatible HD-ready TV and controlled via the TV remote. The EOS 60D features a completely redesigned body, combining an ergonomically enhanced, curved shape with a new button layout to make it quick and comfortable for photographers to change settings. A dedicated Quick Control access button allows photographers to instantly reach the most common shooting settings and playback controls.
The EOS 60D is one of the latest Canon models to support high-capacity SDXC memory cards, providing up to 2TB of available space, allowing photographers to keep shooting HD video and full resolution RAW and JPEG stills without changing cards. For photographers who want to transfer content wirelessly, the EOS 60D includes Eye-Fi connected functions*2. Another first for the EOS system is the EOS 60D camera's new Multi-Control Dial, which places a Multi-Controller and Set button inside the Quick Control Dial.
In-camera RAW image processing features include Picture Style, White Balance (WB), Colour Space, High-ISO Noise Reduction, Peripheral Illumination Correction, linear distortion correction and chromatic aberration correction.
Another great new feature for photographers-on-the-go is Canon's new image resizing function.
Users can also make a scene appear like a small-scale model, simulating the look from a tilt-shift lens, with Canon's Miniature Effect filter, great when shooting any scene from a high vantage point. In addition to its new still capture capabilities, the EOS 60D features Full HD video capture at 1920 x 1080 resolution with selectable frame rates of 24p, 25p or 30p.
The new EOS 60D camera's movie mode also includes manual controls for exposure as well as manual audio levels in 64 steps, much like the latest firmware update for the EOS 5D Mark II HD-SLR.
Canon has also included an in-camera movie editing feature, allowing users to shorten a video file by clipping segments from the beginning or the end, removing unwanted portions without outside software.
Providing access to the right lens for any given shooting scenario, the EOS 60D DSLR camera is compatible with more than 60 Canon EF and EF-S lenses. Along with the adjustable LCD screen, the new EOS 60D DSLR features a class-leading 18-megapixel Canon CMOS sensor, a proprietary DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor, a 9-point Autofocus system and Canon's exclusive iFCL Metering System (Intelligent Focus, Colour, Luminance) giving it the power of a professional-level camera.
Featuring many technologies developed for more advanced models, and functions which make it even easier to capture fantastic images straight out of the box, the EOS 1100D helps you to have fun with your photography and impress your friends with amazing portraits, landscapes or creative shots. As the gateway to Canona€™s world-famous EOS System, the EOS 1100D lets you experiment with more than 60 different lenses and other accessories including Speedlite flashes, to explore the world of photography.
When a scene lends itself to video as well as stills, 720p HD video capture is easily accessible via the dedicated movie function on the mode dial.
A Feature Guide in the menu system offers a brief description of each key camera setting and its effect, helping beginners to learn about their camera as they use it. Apply a different ambience to a scene, with Basic+ adjusting exposure, white balance and image processing settings according to easy-to-understand pre-sets based on the creative intent or lighting type. Low light subjects can be captured with minimal noise and without resorting to using a flash thanks to a sensitive ISO range of 100 a€“ 6400, and the fast, accurate nine-point autofocus (AF) system ensures the subject is in focus no matter where they may stand in the frame. In comparison with CCD technology, the lower power consumption characteristics of Canona€™s CMOS sensors also contribute to longer battery life. Unnecessary charge transfer operations are avoided, vastly speeding up the process of getting the signal to the image processor. DIGIC technology uses advanced image processing algorithms to ensure precise, natural colours, tonal gradation, accurate white balance, and advanced noise reduction. In addition, because DIGIC 4 integrates all key processing functions, power consumption is kept to a minimum.
All focus points provide distance information to the metering system to determine the location of the subject and allow the algorithm to weight the exposure accordingly. Typically, metering sensors are more sensitive to red subjects which can lead to overexposure. Both the EOS 600D and the EOS 1100D feature an internal Dust Delete Data system, which can map the position of visible dust on the sensor. The EOS 600D offers full manual control of exposure and frame rates of 30, 25 and 24 fps at full resolution, with 60 and 50 fps available at 720p resolution. Within each selectable preset, photographers have control over sharpness, contrast, colour tone and saturation. This new Picture Style makes fine adjustments, based on the EOS Scene Detection Systema€™s analysis, to create a Picture Style for the particular image. With Basic+, photographers have the option to apply a creative intent to their images whilst using the scene-based modes. For example, when a person is backlit, ALO detects the face and increases its brightness to ensure a more pleasing image. The gradation between 18% greys (standard exposure) and the highlights are improved, reducing loss of detail in highlights.
Processing with Digital Photo Professional allows real-time display and immediate application of image adjustments, giving control over RAW image variables such as white balance, dynamic range, exposure compensation, noise reduction and colour tone a€“ plus the ability to view Auto Focus points on an image and apply un-sharp mask sharpening.
This method preserves distance relationships between objects, but removes much of the distortion. This allows positional relationships on a spherical surface to be displayed correctly, such as an image of a globe. This is useful for city planners to measure the luminance of an area by the sky to ensure adequate lighting. Images can also be rotated and trimmed allowing photographers to correct framing and horizons as part of the RAW processing.
ICC (International Colour Consortium) profiles can be attached to TIFF or JPEG images when converted from RAW.
Tightly integrated with Digital Photo Professional, EOS Utility can be configured to monitor a€?hota€™ folders, automatically renaming and moving incoming images to a structured file system. Each Picture Style contains detailed information on how specific colours should be represented within an image.
Basic JPEG editing functionality enables users to adjust image brightness and colour balance, with an in-software connection to DPP for RAW image editing. Individual snapshots can be removed or reordered, and a background music track can also be added*3. They show both Sony's desire to be considered one of the top camera suppliers, and in particular challenge Canon and Nikon in the professional market. By early 2016, Sony will add an additional 8 new lenses to its FE full frame lineup, bringing the FE total to 20 lenses and the overall I± -mount assortment to over 70 different models. In the short run, we will target existing full-frame camera users and then attract those who use entry and mid-class models to upgrade their cameras in the long run, raising the popularity of full-frame cameras. Compared to Hybrid CMOS AF, the new Hybrid AF II Sensor has phase detection pixels over a larger proportion of the sensora€™s area a€“ approximately 80% of the height and width.
It features a newly developed 18.0-megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor and high-performance DIGIC 5 Image Processor for exceptional image quality and speed.
Canon's DIGIC 5 Image Processor technology allows for exceptional image quality and shooting speed up to four frames per second (fps). The new AF system also includes a new Hybrid CMOS AF II sensor, which provides a wider focus area when shooting photos or video in Live View mode, and a continuous AF speed that's increased from previous EOS models. Two finger touch gestures (multi-touch) can be easily used for zooming or changing images, accessing menu and quick control settings, and activating focus point and shutter release while shooting. The EOS Rebel SL1 is equipped with Scene Intelligent Auto Mode, an advanced function that detects faces, colors, brightness, movement, contrast, distance and other factors and automatically adjusts and selects the exposure method needed. In addition, Creative Filters and Background Blur Simulation can now be displayed in real time during Live View shooting. New special scene modes include Kids, Food and Candlelight, giving users advanced presets to help ensure the best possible photos even under difficult shooting conditions.
The new sensor uses phase detection pixels spread across 80 per cent of the sensora€™s imaging surface to provide increased AF speed and tracking performance when the camera is in live view or when capturing Full-HD movies. Offering up to 5fps shooting, the EOS 700D is ideal for capturing a range of subjects, from fast paced action to stunning skylines, or beautiful portraits of family and friends. With the option to manually select and adjust focus points, or simply use full automatic mode, the EOS 700D provides aspiring photographers with an easy way to explore different kinds of image composition as their confidence grows. Scene Intelligent Auto mode automatically detects the scene being shot and selects best settings so users can simply focus on the image, letting the camera decide the best combination of settings for the scene.
Photographers can also learn how to adjust their images with enhanced Creative Auto Mode, and using new Extra Effect Shot mode on the EOS 100D, users can even capture two images simultaneously a€“ one with a Creative Filter applied, as well as one standard image. Hybrid AF II[iii] always keeps the stars of the movie in focus, with continuous AF constantly tracking subjects during shooting. From sweeping landscapes to portraits, the versatile 18-55mm zoom range means users can enjoy the flexibility of getting close to subjects or getting more in the shot. If you do not reside in the USA or Puerto Rico, please contact the Canon Customer Support Center in your region. Featuring a newly developed 24.2 megapixel Canon CMOS imaging sensor, both cameras deliver the highest resolution available amongst EOS models with an APS-C format sensor. For more casual photography needs, or for users looking to purchase their first DSLR camera, the EOS Rebel T6i camera prioritizes affordability, without sacrificing basic SLR performance attributes like quick shutter response, and compatibility with Canona€™s impressive line of interchangeable lenses and accessories.
The high-performance DIGIC 6 image processor helps provide outstanding image quality and speed, so pictures are clear and sharp.
This is particularly useful when capturing children playing sports, or animals in the wild, when ita€™s imperative to get the shot at the exact moment action is happening. 3 The cameraa€™s built-in NFC (Near Field Communication)4 allows quick and simple pairing to a compatible Android device, or devices that support NFC like the new Canon Connect Station CS100 photo and video storage and sharing device.
This design enables flexible positioning for high or low framed shots, as well as clear viewing even when outdoors in the sunlight. Manual exposure control, digital zoom and an external stereo microphone jack are provided for advanced users using the EOS Rebel T6s.
These filters can be displayed in real time during Live View shooting, providing an easy way for users to enhance their creative work. The new camera is also the first model in the EOS Rebel series to feature Servo AF in Live View, allowing continuous tracking of moving subjects during burst mode shooting sequences. The EOS 750D is the ideal DSLR if youa€™re looking to capture stunning images and Full HD movies of special memories, with the assurance of automatic shooting modes - while the EOS 760D gives enthusiast photographers more creative freedom and manual controls to instinctively create impactful photography.
Thanks to the ISO 100-12,800 range the EOS 760D and EOS 750D deliver detailed results whatever light youa€™re shooting in, be it dawn or dusk, or even indoors. The EOS 760D and EOS 750D ensure pin-sharp focus precision, with a powerful 19 cross-type AF point system adapting to any composition, whether ita€™s shooting fast moving animals on safari, or action packed adventure sports. You can make sure your subjects are always in focus with advanced Hybrid CMOS AF III providing the ability to track or swap focus, while compatibility with STM lenses provides silent, smooth focusing for supreme accuracy and speed.
Take over the shooting functions with full manual control giving you the freedom to dictate your own creative shooting style. Make your pictures stand out from the crowd with a range of easy-to-use, one touch shooting modes and creative filters.
Post your best images on social networks or store on cloud services, such as Canona€™s image management service irista, using Wi-Fi for direct uploads. If the camera is not turning on normally when using an Eye-Fi brand card, a temporary workaround is to use SD cards instead of the Eye-Fi card when capturing images. Fixes a phenomenon where the wireless built-in flash settings are reset to defaults when the battery is removed from the camera. Fixes an intermittent phenomenon where image-rotation information is not recognized correctly when shooting with the camera in the vertical position depending on the timing of the shutter release.
Fixes a phenomenon where the camera may operate abnormally when after Live View shooting, the remote switch on the EOS Utility screen is pressed to immediately start movie-shooting. That said, it has a lot of improvements built in over the 50D - especially if you use video. In a standard DSLR, an infrared (IR) filter limits the amount of HA? light that passes through to the camera sensor, reducing the transmission of red signals to prevent unwanted colour artefacts in the final image.
Its 18 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor is ideal for capturing rich detail in star clusters, and advanced performance at high ISO speeds up to ISO 6,400 (expandable to ISO 12,800) ensures images are low in noise, reducing the need for longer exposures and star tracker mounts.
A curved shape features an easy-to-reach button layout, with frequent controls grouped together for easy access.
The screena€™s Vari-angle hinge provides flexibility, while Live View mode provides convenient, precision control, allowing photographers to finely adjust composition and camera settings. The TC-80N3 provides the flexibility to remotely capture images at custom-selected intervals or shoot exposures over long periods, making it ideal for shooting time lapse movies of the night skies. This DSLR caters to astronomers and hobbyists who enjoy capturing the beauty of the night sky by offering a modified infrared filter and a low-noise sensor with heightened hydrogen-alpha sensitivity. The improved infrared-blocking filter is a modification suited specifically toward astronomy enthusiasts to achieve a hydrogen-alpha light sensitivity that is approximately three times higher than that of a normal Canon DSLR camera. The flip-out Vari-angle screen allows photographers to adjust the screen for easy viewing without straining even while the camera is mounted to a telescope via a third-party T-ring adapter. Other features include an intelligent nine-point autofocus system, full manual controls, and RAW, JPEG, and RAW+JPEG image recording capabilities.


Additionally, the EOS 60Da is packaged with Canona€™s RA-E3 Remote Controller Adapter, providing the ability to connect a Canon Timer Remote Control such as the TC-80N3 (optional accessory).
Replacing the EOS 50D, the EOS 60D is designed for photographers who want to take their skills to the next level, offering high performance, a series of creative features, a Vari-angle LCD screen and enhanced ergonomics a€“ empowering photography enthusiasts to capture outstanding stills and Full High Definition (HD) video for unique, creative results. Canona€™s powerful DIGIC 4 technology rapidly processes image information captured from the CMOS sensora€™s four-channel output, providing outstanding colour reproduction, as well as high-speed shooting at 5.3fps in bursts of 58 full-resolution JPEGs.
Information on subject location is gathered from the Auto Focus system, and is combined with colour and luminance readings for consistent accurate exposures whatever the situation.
The Vari-angle wide LCD helps frame shots from difficult angles, and can be positioned with Live View enabled to achieve the desired composition if shooting isna€™t possible using the viewfinder.
Photographers can add ambiance to a scene by shooting according to lighting and scene type, with Portrait, Landscape, Close-Up, Sport, Night Snapshot or Creative AUTO modes all available. The powerful DIGIC 4 processor supports in-camera RAW image processing, allowing photographers to edit settings such as brightness, contrast, white balance or correct distortion or chromatic aberration. Movie Crop mode is also available, recording with the central 640x480 pixel area of the sensor to create an effective magnification of approximately seven times the focal length of the lens.
An external stereo microphone terminal and the ability to adjust sound recording level ensures the audio track recorded matches the visual quality of the video, capturing broadcast-quality sound. Frequently used camera controls are grouped together for easy access, while the Quick Control Dial, Multi-controller and SET button have all been merged into one Multi Control Dial, enabling photographers to operate menus and enter settings quickly using their thumb. Customising the functions of a number of buttons is also possible, allowing photographers to tailor the camera to suit their individual needs. For better management of larger image libraries on the camera, EOS 60D photographers can add a rating of 1 to 5 to their favourite images, allowing them to be easily located and viewed on-screen. At the same time, the overwhelming popularity of Full HD video recording with other current EOS Digital SLRs has led to customer requests for more advanced features such as manual audio level control and flexible LCD screens. The exciting new features of the EOS 60D make using a DSLR camera more attractive and easier than ever before.
The new LCD screen is ideal for composing low-angle or overhead shots whether capturing still images or Full HD video clips. This new control layout streamlines camera navigation for vertical as well as horizontal shooting and enables a cleaner camera design.
For the first time ever in an EOS camera, the EOS 60D features in-camera processing of RAW image files, new reduced resolution image copies, and post-processing creative image filters for exceptional flexibility in digital image rendering. These powerful in-camera editing tools will allow photographers in the field to produce optimized images on the spot and generate JPEG files at various resolution and compression settings for immediate sharing, without affecting the original RAW data. After capturing full resolution or smaller JPEG images, the camera can generate lower-resolution copies using menu commands. Familiar to Canon PowerShot users, these fun photo effects help make a great image more dynamic, even after it has been shot. These cropping lines make it easier to compose images in Live View, and they can help to expedite printing when using Canon's supplied Digital Photo Professional software. Native 24p recording helps videographers achieve a more cinema-style look for their footage without the need for post-processing. Users can set audio levels on the rear menu screen before shooting begins; once recording is initialized, audio adjustments are not possible.
This feature can dramatically accelerate workflow by reducing the time needed to upload video clips to a computer for further editing and assembly. The EOS 60D DSLR's video functions are supported by two key proprietary Canon technologies, a DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor and a large APS-Ca€“sized CMOS sensor capturing fine detail and color with an amazing cinematic depth of field.
Capable of capturing fast action, the 60D DSLR can shoot full resolution still images up to 5.3-frames per second (fps). Never miss a moment of the action as you frame your image easily and accurately through the newly-designed, bright optical viewfinder, offering 95% coverage of the scene. Alternatively, blur the background to create more interesting results with Creative Auto, which takes all the confusion out of achieving the desired effect. Alternatively, sit back and enjoy the big-screen image playback by connecting the EOS 1100D directly to an HDTV via HDMI, using the TV remote control to scroll through images and enjoy your own high-quality video. A lightweight construction means ita€™s easy to carry, and Canona€™s acclaimed optical Image Stabilization offers a 4-stop advantage to ensure sharp images at maximum zoom and when shooting in low light. Noise is reduced, power consumption is limited and faster frame rate potential is increased.
Ultra-fast processing speeds result in highly responsive camera operation and near-instant start-up times. The EOS 600D and EOS 1100D counter this with the dual layer sensor, which has one layer sensitive to red and green light and one that is sensitive to blue and green light. This can then be deleted automatically after the shoot with the latest Digital Photo Professional software.
The cameraa€™s Standard Picture Style is designed to deliver immediately-usable JPEG images without need for additional processing. This enables a picture with a large proportion of highlights, such as a brightly-lit bride in her wedding gown, to show greater detail in the white and grey areas of the photo, making the image more attractive and natural. The Lens Aberration correction tool allows precise correction of different types of distortion caused by certain lenses.
Digital Photo Professional also provides full support for the rating system within the EOS 600D and EOS 1100D allowing star ratings to be added or edited for easier sorting. This allows faithful reproduction of colours in software applications that support ICC profiles, such as Adobe Photoshop. Once new Picture Styles have been created, they can be uploaded directly into the camera and applied to JPEG or RAW images. Users can select, rename and resize multiple images at once, set star ratings and organise images by shooting date, making it simple to manage large image libraries.
The resulting file can be uploaded to YouTubea„? quickly and easily using a new YouTubea„? upload task. To do so, we plan to boost our presence in the professional market such as photo studios and wedding photography.
As a result, the EOS 100D is able to quickly achieve focus across the entire scene a€“ both in stills and Full HD movies.
With its combination of lightweight size, ease of use and outstanding image quality, the EOS Rebel SL1 is perfect for users looking for the ideal camera to bring sightseeing on vacation or to capture the everyday.
The camera is capable of Full HD shooting in a number of recording sizes and frame rates, and enables easy manual control of exposure, focus and Live View features.
The results are photos with a wide dynamic range, ideal for users without advanced photography knowledge or experience. Editing photos is also a snap with the Rebel SL1's in-camera editing and cropping functionality. Boasting 5fps shooting, a wide 9-point all cross type AF system and Vari-angle Clear View II LCD touch screen, it is the ideal camera for those wanting to develop their photography skills further. Capable of shooting at speeds of up to 4fps, the EOS 100D makes it easy for beginners to capture a range of high quality images, be it of special moments with family and friends or fast-paced action on holiday. Additionally with a native 100-12,800 ISO range, the EOS 700D is capable of catching remarkable levels of detail even when shooting in tricky low light conditions.
A new external coating, adopted from Canona€™s mid-range EOS models, also provides a more robust and durable finish. Additionally, Video Snapshot mode makes it easy to capture and edit short video clips to bring to life an exciting day, such as road trips and weddings. Images are captured with precision detail and clarity thanks to a 4-stop Optical Image Stabilizer, which also lets photographers use lower ISO levels and longer shutter speeds. Additionally, the cameras feature built-in Wi-FiA® and NFCa„? capabilities a€“ a first for the Canon EOS Rebel system a€“ making snapping and sharing high-quality, treasured images seamless. Helping photographers capture those special moments, the cameras have high-speed continuous shooting up to five frames-per-second (fps). The built-in Wi-Fi functionality also allows users to wirelessly print their images to any compatible printer, like the PIXMA MG7520 or PIXMA iP8720. Additionally, the cameras feature the latest version of Canona€™s EOS scene analysis system, which helps photographers capture beautiful images in a wider range of situations by detecting near-infrared light and flickering light sources. Users can further expand their artistic abilities right from the camera with Creative Filters such as Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera Effect and Monochrome mode. In addition, Flicker Detection technology, first found in the EOS 7D Mark II, provides consistently exposed images under artificial light for even greater flexibility. The EOS 760D also gives budding videographers a host of additional creative movie modes, which makes creating unique footage easy. The EOS 760D allows photographers to be more considered with their settings with conveniently placed controls, usually found in Canona€™s enthusiast EOS models, including the rear Quick Control Dial, top LCD panel and Intelligent Viewfinder for quick access and review of both settings and images. When youa€™re ready to store or review your pictures, NFC makes it simple and fast to connect and transfer to a Canon Connect Station, or NFC-enabled smart device.
If the camera is not operating normally when the SD card is promptly removed after opening the card slot cover, a temporary workaround is to remove the battery pack, then re-insert the battery pack.
This phenomenon only occurs when the camera is connected to a compatible personal computer and the Remote Live View function of EOS Utility software is being used. However the EOS 60Da features a new modified filter that offers three times more transparency for HA? light than the EOS 60D, combined with an 18 megapixel CMOS sensor, DIGIC 4 processing and a high ISO range to capture crisp, clear images of red-coloured emission nebulae. Working alongside powerful 14-bit DIGIC 4 processing, the sensor also provides excellent signal-to-noise ratio in final output data, producing pictures that are rich in natural colour with smooth tonal gradations a€“ ideal for capturing the subtle colour transitions of interstellar gas clouds, for example. Controls can be easily adjusted and reassigned to suit each usera€™s individual requirements, and a top LCD screen with backlight illumination provides additional flexibility to monitor and adjust image parameters mid-shoot. The LCDa€™s fine 1,040k-dot resolution also provides exceptional levels of on-screen detail during and after shooting, allowing astrophotographers to compose and review their shots with confidence. A supplied ACK-E6 AC Adaptor allows continued shooting using mains power a€“ ideal for long exposures a€“ and EOS Utility software allows users to control settings, or view the framed image from a PC or Mac connected via USB mid-shoot. These modifications allow the camera to capture magnificent photographs of a€?red hydrogen emissiona€? nebulae and other cosmic phenomena. This produces a 20-percent higher transmittance of Hydrogen Alpha line, or HI± wavelength, allowing astronomers to capture crisp, clear images of reddish, diffuse nebulae.
Optimized for stargazing with friends or in an educational setting, astronomy enthusiasts can connect the camera to a TV with the provided AVC-DC400ST Stereo AV Video Cable and display the night sky on a TV monitor using the cameraa€™s Live View mode.
The TC-80N3 is ideal for controlling time exposures longer than 30 seconds as well as capturing a series of consecutive time exposures that can be composited during post-processing for improved image quality. The Integrated Speedlite transmitter also provides in-camera control of multiple EX flash units for more creative lighting. The ability to capture wildlife portraits, overhead shots or ground-level photography is instantly enhanced, and the surface of the screen features an anti-reflective, water-repellent coating to protect the screen allows easy viewing in bright light and from a variety of angles.
Different effects can be achieved by shooting with Basic + enhancements such as Daylight, Cloudy or Sunset or pre-set Picture Styles including Vivid, Soft, Warm or Monochrome.
The edited image can then be resaved as a JPEG, ready to be printed or uploaded to a PC or the web. The mode dial also features a lock button, preventing unintentional changes to settings mid-shoot. To help achieve landscapes with perfectly level horizons, a horizontal Electronic Level can be displayed in the viewfinder or in Live View to assist composition and remove any potential need for post-production correction.
Once transferred from the camera to a PC, the tags can also be viewed using a number of image editing and management programs, including Canona€™s DPP software. Responding to customer requests, the EOS 60D also features a locking mode dial, which makes camera operation more secure by preventing inadvertent changes to the photographer's selected shooting mode. New lower-resolution settings include 1920 x 1280 for optimal display on HD televisions, or 720 x 480, ideal for immediate uploading to social networking and other photo sharing web sites. Canon provides four artistic filters that allow photographers to capture an image and then create and manipulate a digital copy of it. Custom aspect ratios are also applied to JPEG images whether captured directly in-camera or created with the EOS 60D's in-camera RAW image processing function. The EOS 60D builds upon the great video capabilities Canon has introduced in recent DSLR cameras and packs them into a camera photo enthusiasts will love. In addition, Canon has added an electronic Wind Filter to the audio controls within the movie shooting menu. The EOS 60D also includes Canon's Movie Crop mode, which allows users to achieve 7x magnification when shooting SD video.
The EOS 60D records its images and video clips to the photographer's choice of SD, SDHC or new extended capacity SDXC memory cards. Complementing the AF system, Canon's iFCL metering system, identical to that on the EOS 7D and Rebel T2i, takes color information into account and includes a 63-zone dual-layer metering sensor that reads both illumination and color for consistent results in all lighting conditions, keeping exposure levels stable from shot to shot, even as the light source changes.
Alternatively, use Live View to see how different shooting modes will affect the final image on the large rear screen.
The metering algorithm then compares the level of the two layers and adjusts the meter reading accordingly. When shooting RAW images Picture Styles can be revised with Canona€™s Digital Photo Professional software. Newly added is the ability to register background music, with users now able to add or remove .WAV format files from the playlist used by the camera*3.
When working with RAW files in DPP, both personal Picture Styles and predetermined Picture Styles can be adjusted. Besides the stagnant growth of the camera market, the entry-class segment of the lens-interchangeable camera market is slowing down drastically. This feature allows users to view and crop the image using the camera's LCD touch screen and save the edited version as a separate file. The full time manual focus ring allows users to make precise focus adjustments, while the near-silent STM technology also ensures noise is kept to a minimum whilst focusing a€“ perfect for when capturing movies. For photographers who prefer to compose their images through a viewfinder, the new EOS Rebel T6s and EOS Rebel T6i cameras have a 19-point all cross-type AF system that allows for superb autofocus, as well as focus area selection modes. Shoot atmospheric movies, with detail in both the shadows and highlights with HDR movie mode, or instantly create the effect of professional tilt-shift lenses with Miniature Effect. A dedicated Quick Control button also provides instant and convenient access to the full range of camera settings during shooting. Moreover, the EOS 60Daa€™s Live View mode is equipped with a Silent Shooting feature that eliminates shutter-induced vibration for maximum camera stability when the camera is mounted to a telescope or super-telephoto EF lens. This is especially useful when the camera body is connected to a telescope[i] or an EF super telephoto lens. For the first time on an EOS camera, the EOS 60D DSLR boasts a three-inch Vari-Angle Clear View LCD screen, EOS Full HD video recording with manual overrides including audio level control, and in-camera functionality for RAW image processing plus Creative Filters to manipulate images after taking them.
Full HD video capture, along with selectable cinematic frame rates for both NTSC (National Television System Committee) and PAL (Phase Altering Line) standards, will help the EOS 60D to be the camera of choice among film students and photography students alike.
Unlike the digital zoom feature found in many compact digital cameras, Canon's Movie Crop mode crops the image directly from the CMOS sensor at full SD resolution to preserve image quality and still provide additional telephoto power. Designed primarily for advanced amateurs, the EOS 60D replaces the EOS 50D and boasts a broad array of new features that make it easier for photographers to add personal creativity to their images. The EOS 60D features a dedicated button to initiate live view for both video and still shooting. Whether it's capturing an overhead shot on the Vari-Angle screen at a graduation ceremony, or converting a color image to black and white for a nostalgic look, Canon is delivering in-camera features and functions that empower advanced photographers to capture, display and print the images they want.



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Comments to «How to use a dslr camera canon 90d»

  1. dracon on 29.05.2015 at 10:19:16
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  2. never_love on 29.05.2015 at 18:50:36
    You to regulate your settings manually, shoot in High Dynamic Range, and even.