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Canon The Complete Manual

Canon The Complete Manual 3rd Edition

Canon is arguably the biggest name on the photography market, and within this bookazine we’ll discover why. Learn about the essential kit, how to clean your camera and the best lenses to use for all sorts of images. We will also take you through the best way to compose your shots, using the flash and some other useful accessories. The How to section will assist you with a variety of shots and the best way to achieve them. Finally, we’ll help you get to grips with Canon’s powerful editing and sharing software. Featuring: Set up your Canon - From the box to the perfect shot. Choose the right lens - Advice for picking the best lens for the job Using your Canon - Get to grips with metering, focusing, white balance and more Edit with Canon - Use Canon's Digital Photo Professional software to perfect your shots

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome to canon the complete manual

Canon is one of the biggest names on the photography market. Within this bookazine you will learn about the essential kit, how to clean your camera and the best lenses to use for all sorts of photographs. We will also take you through the best way to compose your shots, using the flash and other useful piece of equipment. The How to section will assist you with a variety of shots and the best way to achieve them. Finally, we’ll help you get to grips with Canon’s powerful editing and sharing software. Enjoy the book!…

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introducing canon

Canon has long been revered as one of the ‘big two’ heavyweight brands in the camera market, and even with the emergence of strong rival brands, Canon has always held its place. The company is still one of the most popular go-to brands for all walks of photographer; from complete newbie to lifetime professional. The thing that sparks customers’ interest, and what keeps them returning time after time, is the brand’s complete obsession with perfection. Whether customers are shooting for pleasure or profit, Canon has created a wide-ranging remit of cameras that not only creatively empower its users, but also extend technology that immortalises frame after frame in impeccable detail. Today Canon cameras are universally regarded as being as reliable as they are highperforming, as feature-rich as they are well-built, as…

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dslr

Canon’s arsenal of DSLR cameras is something that is ever-growing and ever-improving. Many of the world’s photography elite are proud to own one or several models, and even everyday photography fans can enjoy the product, thanks to the range of DSLRs on offer. The range is helpfully split into three groups; Beginners, Enthusiasts and Professionals. The beginner models are designed for keen amateurs who want to upgrade from a compact. As such, the DSLRs in this category are more simplistic and offer helpful guides and selfexplanatory controls to aid newcomers. The EOS range for enthusiasts supports those looking to challenge themselves and those who may want to take the next step towards becoming a semi-professional. The cameras feature enhanced technology and provide a wider choice of commands on the camera body. As well…

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csc

The EOS M3, like other mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, was designed to aid enthusiasts to take their first steps into DSLR-style photography; offering the flexibility of lens choice and a full range of manual controls and enhanced technology all within the portable, compact body of a bridge. As well as attracting photographers looking to step up to a more challenging platform, the EOS M3 makes for an affordable choice for semi-professionals looking for a sensible back-up model. This has been made even more attractive as owners can purchase an optional mount adaptor (EF-EOS M) to enjoy the full support of the EF and EF-S lens range, meaning they can team the shooter with their existing collection of lenses as well as any new EF-M range products they might like to explore. Canon…

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bridge/superzoom

Both bridge and superzooms are compact, but they also share one other familiar trait; they provide huge zooms that deliver impressive focal ranges, sometimes in excess of 1000mm (equivalent). This attracts photographers who particularly enjoy shooting at vast distances such as sports, action, wildlife and street photography. Bridge cameras look like mini DSLRs, the main difference being that the big lens doesn’t detach. They only tend to be available in black and are considered larger and bulkier than other compacts, but this is because they usually offer larger focal ranges, like the PowerShot SX50 HS, which provides a jaw-dropping 50x optical zoom. Another draw of this type of shooter is that they normally feature an integrated viewfinder, which some photographers find easier to compose shots with when shooting far into…

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compact

Canon produces two varieties of compact camera: PowerShot and IXUS. The differences between the two families come down to their target audience as the IXUS is aimed at people who simply want to point-and-shoot, whereas the PowerShot branch is intended for those who want to pursue photography. As such, the IXUS compacts tend to be slimmer and less equipped, whereas the PowerShot range incorporate bigger lenses with longer zooms and heartier technology, which results in larger cameras. Canon segments its collection of compacts from both branches into the following categories: Expert, Bridge, Superzoom, Wi-Fi, Point and Shoot, Underwater and adventure, and finally Low-light cameras. Keen photography enthusiasts should look in particular at the Expert, Bridge, Superzoom and Low-light assortment of compacts as the majority of these models feature manual as well…

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