Canon EOS Digital Video Cameras Price List in Philippines February 2017
Latest Reviews for Canon EOS
Kung gusto ko mag steady shoot gamit ang tripod at video cam nato easy lang gawin basta naka set up lang yung cam ng steady mode , Ito yung ginagwa ko pag may mga shoot kame na ginagawa tapos ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Nasry Po
- Date : Feb 23, 2015
Nobody wants to buy this kind of camcorder,because of the price too much expensive,but some of the professional photographer really need this kind of camcorder especially when you have a recording ...Read more
- Rating : 4.4
- Review by fthea27
- Date : May 20, 2014
[Good] Design How is the design? great Picture Quality How is the image quality? Does it have low noise levels? good Operability Is the menu easy to operate? Is it easy to setup? good Functionality ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by maricris
- Date : Apr 22, 2014
- Good Review
Latest Topics for Canon EOS
Hi, goodafternoon to all of you! please allow me to ask an inquiry about this unit. Canon EOS C100 Body, what can I expect about its battery, its performance level? Thank you.
- Last updated : Feb 4, 2017
- Posted by HAMBILYN
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Good afternoon!! Just wanna inquire to you on how would I properly reset my Canon EOS C100 Body. Or do you have any idea where can get any instruction about resetting? thanks and good day.
- Last updated : Sep 22, 2016
- Posted by l.solidad
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About Canon EOS
CANON EOS still rules the market with top-notch cameras
CANON EOS (Electro-Optical System) is a camera series produced and marketed by Canon Inc. This lineup consists of single-lens reflex autofocus units that was first introduced in 1987 as Canon EOS 650, which used 35 mm film and was eventually replaced by short-lived APS film in October 1996. From 2005, Canon ditched its old films and started using digital image sensors instead. Since then Canon EOS series is still under production and widely available as DLSR versions. The Philippines market is currently flooded by new releases every week from different brands such as Panasonic, SONY, Canon, etc, but somewhere down the line the possibility of Canon out-competing the rest is high.
Features of CANON EOS
Some of the standard features you will find on every CANON EOS camera are as follows: Eye-controlled focusing: With the ability to track eyeball movements, the EOS cameras are able to select an autofocus point. It uses the viewfinder frame to select such point, which comes into use in case of rapidly moving frames. Canon, however, ceased to feature this technology in its future DSLR releases.
Quick control dial: Most pro level CANON EOS cameras have a big QCD dial on the unit’s backside. This feature enables control and adjustment of certain parameters using a thumb. The QCD allows one to quickly access common functions that would otherwise be more time consuming. Another advantage of this feature is that cameras with QCD can be used with one hand without losing focus, or taking eyes off the object. Multi-point autofocus system: Most current generation EOS cameras have either 61 or 65 autofocus points. The following cameras are the ones that feature 61 points:
- EOS 5D Mark III, release date March 2012
- EOS-1D X, release date June 2012
- EOS 7D Mark II, release date November 2014
- EOS 5Ds and 5Ds R, announced on February 2015
Popularity in the Philippines
With the rise in popularity in careers related to press and photography, many youngsters are taking an interest in developing skills meant for those arenas. Others are just interested in photography out of passion. While most companies are on the rise with the sale of Digital cameras, CANON EOS has the leading edge owning mostly to the brand name in Philippines. The company has a rich history related to photographic materials for which they are widely trusted all over the world.