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Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Lens
The Canon EF-S 17-55mm f2.8 IS USM Lens is unarguably one to the best mid-range “walk-around” zoom lenses one can get for their non-full frame EF line of Canon cameras. With an image quality at par with some of Canon’s full frame L lenses and a three-stop image stabilization feature unheard of in its line, there isn’t a lens in its class that could possibly rival its versatility and range of features in terms of professional shooting standards.
The crop-optimized Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Lens is well tailored to fit smaller image sensors on More >
CANON EOS 5D MARK II
Four years ago in 2005, Canon pushed the envelope in the professional camera range to develop one of the best mid-range DLSR packages ever to hit the market. The Canon EOS 5D was the first of its kind to offer a large CMOS sensor, about sixty percent larger than those in most DSLRs of its time and comparable to the frame size of a 35mm film, rendering this camera the first full-frame DSLR in a standard sized SLR body. In 2009, Canon replicated its aggressive camera packaging, adding a fantastic bundle of features More >
Canon EOS 7D
The Canon EOS 7D seems to be Canon’s long sought answer to serious pro-camera Canon enthusiasts who had wanted a camera replete with features but at a reasonable price point. As an affordable camera for professionals and serious amateurs, this particular gem from Canon settles comfortably between the Canon EOS 50 D and the 5D Mark II in price. It also makes for a serious contender to the more expensive Mark II, although the 7D is really a class on its own.
The Canon EOS 7D is designed to tackle almost every shooting challenge and it does so More >
The Canon Powershot G11
Canon’s Powershot G-series has always been a favorite in the top-end compact camera range all these years and with good reason. The much lauded G-10 has given way to a new addition, the Canon PowerShot G11 . As the latest marvel in the family, it defies the ubiquitous adage “the more, the better” by surprisingly sporting a much lower resolution than its predecessor!
Canon has bravely come out with a 10-megapixel CCD sensor that blatantly challenges the previous G10’s 14.7 megapixel-rich one. At first glance, you’d think this was a huge step backward especially in a later model. What, More >
Having invented the world’s first 80-200mm f/2.8 in 1982, Nikon has become a byword in lens technology. Every five years, they come up with better and better opticals so that today, we have one of the sharpest, fastest telephoto zoom SLR lenses with more focal accuracy and the least distortion-prone issues ever produced. We are talking about the Nikon AF-S 70-200mm VR II.
The lens may be the most important purchase a serious photographer can make as it has perhaps more effect on the quality of the photo than the camera itself. The best advice a serious amateur More >