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Canon accessories does not work on all models.
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AE1 lenses are the end of the line of the FD series of manual focus lenses. They are not compatible with the Canon autofocus series that started in the 1980s with the EO…S line.
Depending on what you are looking for out of your camera, I would say the following: Canon PowerShot G10 - If you want a high image resolution (14.7 megapixels) and loa…ds of advanced features. It can be used in full auto mode or for those wanting more control, allows many manual settings and adjustments. Canon Digital Rebel XSi dSLR - Excellent choice either for those wanting to step up into the digital SLR world or for the experienced enthusiast looking to tweak things a lot more. Canon PowerShot A590 IS - This one is at the low end of the price range but still has 8 megapixel resolution, image stabilization and the other usual features you expect on a Canon. Canon PowerShot SD770 IS - This is the one you want if you are looking for a point-and-shoot compact camera with a high image resolution. This one has a 10 megapixel image processor. Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS - The compact camera for those who want to choose from a range of colors for the camera body. It is aimed at being a fashion accessory that can be taken everywhere but still has an 8 megapixel image processor and the same features as the other SD ranges of Canons. Hope this helps...
for slr prob the rebel xti or rebel but they are kinda costly xsi
The short answer is "Depends" The long answer is: From 1971 to 1987, Canon SLR bodies and lenses used the Canon FD mount. In 1987, Canon introuduced the EOS SL…R system. All EOS cameras use Canon EF (auto focus) lenses. They can also use independently made lenses with EOS type camera mounts. Canon FD and EF lenses have completely different mounting connections and are not compatible with each other's camera bodies. All Canon DSLR (digital single lens reflex) cameras can use all Canon EF (or independent manufacturer equivalent) lenses made for film or digital cameras. Most Canon DSLR's have an APS-C sensor that measures 22.2 x 14.8mm. (This is smaller than the 36 x 24mm image size on 35mm film.) In 2003, Canon introduced EF-S lenses that were optimized for the APS-C sensor size. The EF-S lenses will only fit on Canon 20D, 30D, 40D, and 50D cameras (as of 2008) and all Canon Digital Rebel cameras.
not all canons have color accent. it would be best to go to canon web site choose the camera that you like and check it's specs
Several years ago, a large batch of defective Sony CCD imagers were installed in cameras from many vendors, including Canon. This occurred over the space of a couple years, a…nd involved literally millions of cameras. The sensors will degrade with age, eventually resulting in what you're experiencing. There are also many other symptoms that may result from these defective CCD imagers (black pictures, purple pictures, over-exposed pictures, lines in pictures...). Kudos to Canon in that they fully stand behind their products. If your camera is experiencing CCD failure, Canon should fix this for you for free, including free shipping both ways. This is regardless of your camera's warranty status. Please check the below "Related Link" link for more info. Applicable cameras include: A40, A60, A70, A75, A80, A85, A95, A300, A310, S1 IS, S60, S200, S230, S330, S400, S410, S500, SD100, SD110, IXUS V2/300/400/430/500, IXY Digital 30/30a/200a/300a/D320/400/ 450/500
No, models only work when they are needed. It is not like a regular 9-5 job. Most shoots last between 2-4 hours, with the longest being between 6-8 hours. Most fashion shows r…equire models to be there for up to 5-6 hours, which includes prep, makeup/hair, rehearsals, etc.
Short answer is no ... most flash units are camera specific, meaning that they will only work with the camera they were designed for. Longer answer is yes ... if you want to …100% sure none of the smaller pins short out any of the contacts on the camera then just use pc sync socket or hotshoe to pc sync on the camera or some people just use tape. A double hotshoe adaptor that only has a center pin contact will also work. The main point is to ensure only the center pin of flash and camera is used. The flash will not be able to be used in TTL mode, but many Nikon flashes have a non TTL auto and a manual mode (dependent on model) that can be used. With old canon cameras the sync voltage needs to be below 6v, most Nikon flashes are below this but it's worthwhile checking.
the answer to your question is no because the consumers can make a fake speed camera
Yes, it'll work until it dies completely. As for woking, I think you'll have to find an oriental cuisine chef for that.
Many different models of Canon cameras are waterproof, including the PowerShot D10 and D20 models. When looking for a waterproof camera, most will be clearly labeled as waterp…roof or for underwater use.
Canon Powershot D20 is waterproof. It is designed for use outdoors in the kind of environmental conditions you'd hesitate to bring a regular camera. It is waterproof to a dept…h of 10 metres and also dust and shockproof.
A Canon digital camera kit typically includes an extra battery for the camera, a carrying pouch for the camera, memory cards, a tripod, and camera charger.
Stores that sell Canon camera accessories include U.S.A. and BestBuy. Both stores sell a great variety of products all around the world, including Canon camera accessories.
A new model of Canon digital cameras is the Powershot 160IS. There are several models that range from $169 to $499 directly from the official Canon site. You should compare pr…ices because you can also find good deals at eBay and Amazon.
Practically all Canon digital cameras have the model number clearly displayed on the exterior, although there are somesub-model numbers. Both the manufacturer model number an…d the serial number are recorded on the ID plate , attachedto the bottom or the rear of the camera body. The manufacturer model number may differ from the descriptive modelnumber (e.g. PowerShot A560 = PC1229) because of variations in thedesign or features.