Can the third-generation model keep up the momentum now there’s some serious Competition?
The 5D Mark II gave Canon a valuable entry into the pro video market and it was hugely popular with stills photographers too.
Rich detail, less grain, smooth tonal gradations and a neutral rendition with no discernable
Four new fine-art matte inkjet papers introduced by Epson.
The new A77 it has a camera more than capable of beating its rivals form Canon and Nikon
The EOS 650D shares quite a lot with the existing 600D, but with enough upgrades and additional features to extend its appeal
Interested in moving up to an A3+ inkjet printer, but don’t want to make a huge investment?
Very keen pricing and a significantly expanded feature set means that Canon’s latest entry-level D-SLR really sticks it to the mirrorless cameras being marketed as an alternative to the reflex.
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