Gearographer: Top Canon DSLR Cameras

Tech — April 24, 2014 at 5:00 amEdit this post

Top Canon DSLR Cameras

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In today’s world of photography, everyone claims to be a photographer, thanks to smart phones. Professionals with cameras and lenses galore will argue that a DSLR is what you need to obtain quality photographs. As connoisseurs of gear, we at Gearographer tend to agree with the pros.

On that nore, Canon is one of the leading brands for DSLR cameras, and offers consumers the latest technology to reveal your creative vision. If in the market for an upgrade, or to purchase your first DSLR camera, look no further than these top Canon cameras

(PS, Canon has a ton of cameras, all of which do their job well. We just found a couple that epitomize the awesomeness of a Canon DSLR Camera.)

Canon EOS 5D Mark III
This camera is a recent update to the EOS 5D series cameras and features more state-of-the-art technology. This camera is versatile for studios, outdoor scenery, still photography and more. For the best Canon camera on the market, the EOS 5D is the best catch, which comes with a $3,399.00 price tag on Canon’s website. It features self-sensor cleaning, dual card slots, and RAW and JPG processing. Below is the overview of the EOS 5D Mark III world-class features and benefits.Canon_EOS_5D_Mark_III

Speed and Performance
This camera features a 22.3-megapixel full frame CMOS sensor, Digic 5+ image processor, and a higher speed shutter and mirror system. This greatly benefits photographs that seek high-resolution images, with up to six frames per second (fps). This produces clarity and sharpness even in the fastest and toughest weather conditions. The camera also features High Dynamic Range (HDR), which merges three different exposed images blending into one high-tonal range photograph.

HD Video
This camera features 1080 HD Video and All-I and IPB Compression. It also features a 64-step volume range control, a variety of frame rates, and ability to split files greater than 4GB. Photographers looking to film more than just “quick shots” will enjoy the extended 29 minute and 58-second filming option, all without interruption.

ISO Range & AF System
The ISO ranges from 100 to 25600, with abilities to go higher and lower, and features Canon’s 61-Point High Density Reticular AF System for accurate focuses and speed. The multi-zone wide-area AF displays five central dual cross type points, 21 cross type points, and 20 outer cross type points and is highly sensitive in low light situations.

Canon EOS 6D
The Canon EOS 6D features amazing professional benefits on a more affordable budget. It’s the perfect camera for outdoor enthusiasts, thanks to the built in Wi-Fi and GPS system. The GPS allows for the location data to be recorded while shooting pictures and video. In addition, easily transfer pictures from camera to smart-phone or other Wi-Fi enabled cameras and printers. The camera is currently priced at $1,899.00 on Canon’s website. Below are some more features on this compact, lightweight and brilliant low-light photography camera.Canon_EOS_6D

Speed and Performance
This camera features a 20.2 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, and Digic 5+ image processor to reduce a photos’ noise and enhance the processing speed. Photographers enjoy a continuous 4.5 frames per second (fps) to capture fast-acting images. The camera also features High Dynamic Range (HDR), which merges three different exposed images blending into one high-tonal range photograph.

HD Video
The EOS 6D captures high quality, Full HD Video. Video capabilities include 64-step volume control, multiple frame rate choices (1080/30P) and a 3.5 mm terminal for connecting an external microphone. Video and photographs are easily captured, or altered, thanks to the free EOS remote app on smart phone devices.

ISO Range & AF System
The ISO ranges from 100 to 25600, with abilities to go higher and lower. The bright viewfinder, newly redesigned, features a fast and accurate 11-point autofocus system. The EV-3 Center AF Point is perfect for those who shoot in low light, or nighttime, situations.

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