A DSLR’s shutter will eventually fail
Just as with any piece of mechanical equipment, a camera has a lifetime that is based on the number of shutter actuations otherwise known as shutter clicks or the shutter count…. Sooner or later, your DSLR’s shutter will wear, slow down and eventually stop functioning.
Biggest inventions for Canon cameras in 2012
In March of 2012, Canon U.S.A. Inc. celebrated its 25th anniversary of the launch of its first EOS SLR – the EOS 650 along with the introduction of three interchangeable EF lenses. Furthermore, in April of this year, six Canon DSLR products received the “Best Product 2012” awards in Europe from the …Technical Image Press Association (TIPA), including:
Since 1987, Canon has widened its DSLR product base, and this year of 2012 is no exception.
Canon Inc.’s introduction of the EOS 5D… in 2005 truly met its marketing claims of giving a revolutionary digital camera experience. This full frame DSLR sought to gain a market share among photo hobbyists, and with the subsequent releases of the Mark II and III models, it certainly has.
Canon USA, Inc. has announced a firmware update for the Canon EOS 7D… that improves functionality and increases flexibility of use. Updated features from this firmware upgrade offers: a faster burst rate, more in-camera post processing features, better photo sorting options, more ISO settings and greater control of audio settings.