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A Bit Of Everything (History of the Camera, Tokina 16-28/2.8, Canon 11-24/4, Rebel SL3, EOS M50, etc)

Above: The history of the camera


Oldies but Goldies: On the Trail- Canon PowerShor G10 at Photographic Central


Tokina 16-28mm F2.8 OPERA (Canon EF) Review at The Phoblographer

Likes
– Image quality
– Bokeh
Dislikes
– It feels like Tokina isn’t trying as hard as they can despite this being a very good lens


Dumping My 20+ Year Canon Loyalty for a Sony Mirrorless, at FStoppers


Canon EOS M50 Conclusion: The most affordable EOS mirrorless with a built-in viewfinder has plenty to offer, at Imaging Resource

Certainly, we wouldn’t hold the limitations of its 4K mode against the little EOS M50 too much, because there’s still a lot of camera here for the money. For less than US$800 street, you can get both the M50 body and a kit lens, and have yourself a very capable still shooter with good image quality out of the box, and the potential for even more from raw or C-RAW.
And you’ll also find great performance and handling in the M50’s relatively lightweight, compact body that pairs beautifully with Canon’s EF-M lenses, and can also accept the company’s many, many years of EF lenses via the optionally-available (and rather pricey) EOS M mount adapter, or more affordable third-party equivalents.


Canon EF 100-300mm f/5.6L Lens Review, at ePHOTOzine

Canon Rebel SL3/EOS 250D Review, at ePHOTOzine

Canon Rebel SL3 First Shots: The smallest and lightest DSLR from Canon struts its stuff in our lab, at Imaging Resource


Below: Why is the Canon EF 11-24mm F/4L Wide Angle lens so expensive ($3000)


Below: Are Nikon & Canon STILL IN TROUBLE?! THIS May Prove It!

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