Big Canon Black Friday Deals Start Now, EOS R $1,599, RP $899, More

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Are you ready to join team Canon? These Canon Black Friday deals will make it easier on your wallet. The Canon EOS R is just $1,599, and the RP is only $899! Add a lens to the EOS R, and you’ll pay only $1,899 and $999 for the RP. The excellent M6 II with a lens and the optional EVF is just $899, and the capable M50 is a steal at $549. Still like DSLRs? The 5D IV has dropped to $2,299, the 6D II is $1,299, and the T8i with a kit lens is only $799. Come and see all of the Canon Black Friday deals after the break.

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8 Weather Sealed Canon Cameras That Can Play in the Rain and More

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No matter what Mother Nature has planned, these weather sealed Canon cameras can take all she’s got.

If you’re an adventurous photographer, you probably like the idea of getting out into the wild when the weather takes a turn for the worse. This is a great thing: most of us earth-dwellers tend to like staying dry and warm, and because of this, most photographers miss out on epic scenes that can only be created when the sky opens up. If, though, you’re ready to get your feet wet, you may find you need a camera that can stand up to Mother Nature’s abuse. Over the next few weeks, we are going to break down the best weather sealed cameras available by brand. In this roundup, we are going to focus on weather sealed Canon cameras that are ready for anything.

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Old But Gold: 9 Older Digital Canon Cameras That Still Rock

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These Canon cameras may be a bit long in the tooth now, but they can still do a great job in the hands of photographers.

You don’t have to blow large amounts of money on the latest and great cameras to be able to produce excellent results. A lot of older digital cameras, both Mirrorless and DSLR, are more than capable and have tons of features that make them a worthwhile buy even if they are a few years old. Over the next few weeks, we are going to look at older cameras that are still good enough to use today. Forget all the marketing hype about 8K and 12 billion Megapixels: you simply don’t need it. The Canon cameras we have listed after the break are feature-packed, and they can deliver greatness in the right hands. Come and check out which older digital Canon cameras you can get at bargain prices.

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Photography Cheat Sheet: Essential Canon EF Lenses for Adapting

Ever wondered which lenses to get if you’ve just jumped into the Canon system? Today’s photography cheat sheet will give you an idea.

DSLR cameras are here to stay, and they still make great shooting companions for both beginners and pros. If you decided to start your photography journey with a Canon DSLR and you’re set on specializing in a specific genre, we found a handy lens guide you can use as a reference for today’s featured photography cheat sheet.

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Will the Canon 1DX III Help Save the DSLR Market?

The Canon 1DX III is a specialist tool, but it shows there’s still life left in DSLRs.

There has been a lot of debate about the current state of the camera market. Many believe that DSLRs have had their time and that Mirrorless cameras are now the king of the jungle. Others believe that DSLRs still have a role to play. It seems as though two giants of the industry (Nikon and Canon) think that DSLRs still have some life left in them yet. Canon’s leading the charge with its 90D, and now the newly announced Canon 1DX III. The new Pro body DSLR from Canon will no doubt be a hit with photographers working in the field, but what will these cameras do for the DSLR market overall? Let’s talk about that after the break. Continue reading…

The Basics: How to Choose Your First DSLR in 2017

Want to know how to choose your first DSLR? Don’t. Mirrorless is where it’s at; read our mirrorless post. But if you really, honestly insist on going the DSLR route as your first interchangeable lens camera – this is the post for you.

The DSLR, and the SLR before it, have long been the gold standard of the general photography industry. These cameras work by placing a mirror between your lens and your sensor, bouncing the image up into a prism and into the viewfinder so you can see what you are shooting. This was a huge advantage over other camera tech back in the day, though nowadays with quality electronic viewfinders in mirrorless cameras the benefits of this are less drastic.

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