Learn how to read the MTF charts to determine optical quality, range of EF lenses and how the lenses can apply towards your photography preferences.
Learn the different features the Dual Card Slots in the EOS-1D X offers for photographers, such as image copying or recording to multiple cards.
Learn the advantages of interchangeable focus screens for macro work, split-image focusing, high-magnification and more and the steps for installing and removing the screens with the tools provided.
See how the Intelligent Viewfinder Display can help offer a wide range of information and how to tailor them for your shooting needs.
Learn how to take advantage of the EOS-1D X's high speed shooting capabilities to quickly capture moments in sports, weddings, portraits and more.
Grab a camera and head outdoors to capture the first blooms of spring.
Canon EOS models allow Auto ISO to be used in various shooting modes to capture scenes where light or speed can change rapidly.
Sharp-eyed users may have noted that Canon’s EOS-1D X camera is equipped with a slightly different battery pack than previous versions of the EOS-1D or EOS-1Ds.
Each On-Camera video demonstration specific DSLR features or technologies. Conveniently view them on your camera's LCD, online, or on your mobile device.
With one or more Canon EX-series speedlites, EOS users who prefer manual flash exposure can take a spot meter reading of flash, right in the camera, and set manual flash exposure in precise, 1/3-stop increments.