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Canon EOS 650D Review

With the latest technology used in every gadget today, capturing the most memorable moments will never be a worry especially when you have a camera like Canon EOS 650D. Using this camera, you can definitely capture everything even if you are just a beginner or a professional photographer.
Canon created a camera that can be easily used by people who are just starting to learn about photography and those that are really into the art of taking photos.

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My review of Canon EOS 1100D 18-55mm IS Kit

The Canon EOS 1100D DSLR camera is the budget offering for people to get an EOS-quality digicam at a more affordable price and is the update to the 1000D. This kit includes the Canon EOS 1100D SLR camera and EF-s 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS lens , it is very cheap so you can pay the lens much less than “normal” market price. The purchase of the kit is especially convenient for those who prefer to spend little and are not very practical in digital SLR photography.

The EOS 1000D had been surpassed by other manufacturer’s offerings in it’s price range and it’s features were starting to look a little weak. It was time for Canon to step their game up and they did just that. The EOS 1100D was introduced in early 2011 has all the bells and whistles to reclaim the budget DSLR crown with:

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Canon EOS 60D 18-55 IS Kit

Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS with EOS 60DThe Canon EOS 60D is a camera designed squarely for the mid-range photographer. If you now know what you’re doing and can take decent photos but don’t need high-end professional features, this camera is perfect. Whether you like to document your travels, weekends, good times or just landscapes, the EOS 60D can do it all. The launch of this camera was surrounded by much debate about it’s features, but over time it has proven to be a winner.

Canon EOS 60D 18-55 IS Kit not only provides with a digital single-lens camera EOS 60D but also includes Canon EF-S 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6 IS lens, which uses an optical image stabilizer to cut down blurring related with the motion of a camera at the exposure time. The image stabilization lets the photographer to use the shutter speed up to 4 stops slower then non-stabilized lenses.

This is a smallish camera when compared to others in the Canon range and lighter too. This is probably due to the lightweight glass fiber body coupled with an aluminum chassis (it weighs only 25 pounds), making it very easy to maneuver.

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