I've been using Canon camera products since 1996 and embrace the fact that they are always evolving their lenses to make them the best on the market for the price. I've recently transitioned from 3 lenses, a 28-135mm, a 24mm, and a 50mm to just the one 24-105mm. I thought I would get more bang for my buck with the smaller pancake lenses but I was not that impressed with the images as I'd like. About 2 months ago, I agreed to shoot a wedding for a friend and he had a 24-105mm I borrowed and was blown away by the versatility and awesome shots at 24mm all the way to 100mm. The lens is not too big but is durable and since it is a red lens, you know it is quality. After returning the lens, I sold my other 3 lenses and purchased the canon 24-105mm and never looked back. What is the best all around lens in your bag?
Canon 80D is finally announced by Canon today and features Canon newly developed CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF sensor, the camera features blazing fast AF while you are using live live mode or recording video from the DSLR. Canon 80D also features upgraded AF module that built with 45 Phase AF points.
The 80D can shoot Full HD videos at 60 fps on the other side the Canon 70D was limited to 30fps only. It's powered by a DIGIC 6 image processor that not only improves the overall speed of the camera but it also give cleaner low light images thanks to the updated image processing algorithm.
The upgraded viewfinder with 100% view will sure help you to get a good experience while using it, on the rear side of the camera we have Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD II monitor that enables flexible positioning and clear viewing even outdoors.
The Canon EOS 80D is available in March for $1199 body-only or $1799 bundled with an updated EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS USM Lenses. Early buyers let us know you're review firsthand.
Ready the F-22 Raptor of EOS Bodies? The EOS 1D X Mark II is here. The latest flagship Canon Body delivers with a blazing fast 14 FPS (up to 16 fps* in Live View mode), 4K Video and an incredible ISO Range of 100-51200; Expansion to ISO 409600. This is the top shelf EOS camera and Canon continues to stay on top of the heap for full frame portable cameras. If you have the budget and are ready to take your image and video quality to the next level, The EOS-1D Mark II is for you. Price is around $5999.00 USD.
Here is a link to the Specs and more info from canon, http://ow.ly/XVx81
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