March 23rd, 2012
Canon PowerShot G12 is one of the latest models in Canon’s flagship G-series. The camera has been designed for those who are looking for a powerful compact camera and the camera is the successor to PowerShot G11. There are number of similarities between G12 and G11. Both of them feature a 10MP sensor, complete manual control, RAW recording and flash hot shoe. So what is new in G12? There is a new control dial on the front of the body of the camera along with the addition of tracking autofocus capability.
The camera also adds a new HD 720p movie mode along with stereo sound recording. It is a significant update from G11′s standard-definition monaural audio. The digital camera also has new HDR shooting mode which allows you to capture 3 successive photos of different exposure. Go through our exclusive Canon PowerShot G12 review to know more about the machine. Read the rest of this entry »
March 6th, 2012
Canon EOS 7D is the digital SLR camera that many Canon fans have been eagerly waiting for a long time. The camera is equipped with a new 18MP APS-C sensor and the camera has been designed for speed with dual Digic 4 chips to process large 14- bit files. The buffer of Canon 7D is capable of handling 15 RAW images. The other new features included in the camera are an electronic level, a RAW button and a new multi-function button for quick access to various functions. Check out our exclusive Canon 7D review to know what the camera has in store for you.
Canon EOS 7D Looks and Feel
Canon EOS 7D is very much similar in size to that of EOS 50D, but is slightly larger. It measures 5.8×4.4×2.9 inches and weighs 945 grams with battery and CF card. The camera is quite big and has a comfortable grip. Canon has come up with an infrared sensor ahead of the grip of the remote release. This is something which they did not include into higher-end EOS cameras and this is quite a welcome inclusion. There is also a stereo microphone jack for people who want high quality audio from the HD video output of the camera. Similar to the 5D series, the Mode dial of Canon 7D is do not feature Scenes modes. The power switch of the camera is placed entirely in a new place. Read the rest of this entry »
February 22nd, 2012
Canon PowerShot A3300 IS replaces the older A3100 IS and offers several upgraded features which will tempt photographers looking for their first digital compact camera. Though the camera has been targeted towards beginners, yet it offers some more functions than other basic compacts in the markets. The camera features a 16 MP image sensor, 5x optical zoom lens and comes in different colors. The camera is also capable of recording 720p HD movies and there are 32 shooting modes. Check out our Canon PowerShot A3300 IS review to know whether the camera deserves its rightful place at the top of the Canon A series range. Read the rest of this entry »
February 11th, 2012
Canon EOS Rebel T3 also called 1100D is one of the newest entrant in entry-level DSRL. The camera comes two and half years after its predecessor EOS Rebel XS/1000D. T3 is more advanced than its predecessor and it promises to be great digital camera for novices as well as experienced photographers who are looking for a budgetary camera. The most significant improvement is the Rebel T3 has an increased sensor resolution of 12 MP and it is also equipped with Digic 4 processor. Along with it there is much wider ISO sensitivity range from 100 to 6400 equivalents. Go through our Canon EOS Rebel T3 review to know what the camera has in store for you.
Canon EOS Rebel T3 DSLR Camera Look and Feel
The rebel series of cameras from Canon have always been favorites as compact models which provide the benefit found while SLR shooting. In order to control cost most of the entry-level cameras are made out of plastic which gives them a cheap feeling. But T3 manages to avoid it by striking a great balance between low-cost manufacturing and great build quality. Read the rest of this entry »
January 30th, 2012
Are you looking for a budget oriented camera with nice features? If yes, then Canon Powershot A2200 can very well be the camera for you. With a retail price of approximately $ 140, the camera promises to be one of the most consistent ones in its price range. But is it enticing enough for a purchase? Check out our Canon Powershot A2200 review to know what the camera has to offer you.
Canon PowerShot A2200 Looks and Design
PowerShot A2200 is an very lightweight camera which has an extremely thin design. At dimensions standing at 3.7 x 0.9 x 2.2 inches, the camera can be operated with one hand and at 4.8 ounces, portability is not an issue with it. There is a mode dial on the top of the camera. This is quite uncommon for a budget priced camera and it makes A2200 extremely easy to use. But since the body of the camera is so small, sometimes the lens got blocked with the left hand. Since the camera is quite compact, hence most of the controls are quite small and users can face a problem in operating them. But overall Canon has done a fine job in giving the camera a nice and clean look. Read the rest of this entry »
January 9th, 2012
Are you looking for a reasonably sized pocket camera for a gift? If yes, then Canon IXUS 115 HS digital camera is a good choice as this stylish camera from Canon boasts of nice features and good performance. 115HS was added to Canon’s IXUS range of digital cameras in last year in January and this camera quite a fun to use. The camera is one of the company’s new models to be equipped with High Sensitivity technology which combines a modest pixel count along with backlit sensor design. This makes the camera more sensitive to light and less prone to noise. Check out our Canon IXUS 115 HS review to know about its fine details. Read the rest of this entry »
December 22nd, 2011
Canon EOS 500D also known as Canon Digital Rebel T1i is a new mid-range digital SRL camera from Canon which features full HD video capture capacity and this is the second Canon DSLR for video recording after professional 5D mark II model. The camera is the successor to the highly popular EOS 450D. Canon EOS Rebel T1i 500d was announced at the end of March 2009 and it resembles its predecessor with exactly the same dimensions. The camera also features a 15.1 MP sensor as compared to 12.2MP of its predecessor and according to Canon, the sensor is very much the same as that of 50D. Check out our exclusive Canon EOS 500 D digital SLR review, to know what this camera has in store for you.
Canon EOS 500D Rebel T1i Looks And Design
Externally, the looks of Canon EOS 500D digital SLR are very much the same as that of EOS 450D without any major differences. You can easily mistake one camera for the other as both share the same dimensions, shape and control. The weight is almost the same with a difference of just 5 grams. Read the rest of this entry »
December 10th, 2011
One of the best selling segments for any camera company is affordable point and shoot camera and it is because of this very fact that this segment is extremely crowded with most of the companies offering several models. Recently Canon has come up with 12.1 MP PowerShot A1200 which belongs to this category and the digital camera has enough similarities with A2200 from Canon. Canon A1200 Powershot is equipped with a 4x optical zoom lens and relies on a couple of AA batteries for powering itself rather than a Lithium ion battery. The camera boasts of all the features which you will expect from a budget compact camera and is slightly more expensive than Canon’s entry level A Series Powershot. Read our exclusive Canon PowerShot A1200 review to know what this camera has in store for you. Read the rest of this entry »
November 26th, 2011
The Canon IXUS 1100 HS is the latest offering from the house of Canon’s stylish IXUS range touch-screen compact cameras. Claiming to be the world’s slimmest camera having a 12x optical zoom, this new model aims to be much more advanced than its predecessor IXUS 1000 HS with an increased image resolution, better telephoto reach and a larger LCD screen. Moreover, the new camera is almost entirely controlled by touch-screen keys and features several digital effects filters. It also includes a new Movie Digest shooting mode and an efficient Intelligent IS system or Intelligent Image Stabilization system which enables the camera to effectively analyze the photographic subject and choose the most appropriate mode of stabilization from a range of seven different options. The Movie Digest shooting mode collects small video clippings every time a picture is taken and then blends them together to create a montage-like video in the end. Read the rest of this entry »
November 16th, 2011
Only a few months ago Canon came up with its EOS Rebel T1i which was the first among DSLRs cameras to include a HD video recording. Now it can come up with Canon EOS Rebel T2i which seeks to improve the T2i by upgrading from 720p videos to full HD and increasing the shooting rate from 3.4 to 3.7 frames per second. Apart from a strong physical similarity, Rebel T2i offer several other changes. Check out our exclusive Canon EOS Rebel T2i review to know what the camera has in store for you.
Canon EOS Rebel T2i SLR Camera Body
Canon EOS Rebel T2i Digital SLR body only is made out of plastic which we felt is pretty well made. The rubber coated hand grip is quite deep which helps to grasp the camera with a single hand. The design is very much identical to that to that of T1i with a similar control layout. The camera has a live view button is located adjacent to the diaopter adjustment known and the body of the camera is composite and the fit and finish are very much comparable to its competitors. The camera is small and lightweight. If you are newer to photography then you may find the relative lack of buttons and control. Read the rest of this entry »