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This camera simulator made by camerasim.com lets you experience with various variables in taking a photo ranging from lighting, distance, focal length and many more.
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This is a promotional video on how Canon make its camera and lenses. It's interesting to see on what camera is made of, how it is produced and so on.
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Before we carry on writing on the 'Guide' category for this part of the website, we think that we should do a bit of disclaimer here. We are not a professional organization having access to every single piece of lenses out there in the market to conduct thorough tests. Recommendations and views found in this article are solely based on our own takes. This round, we would look at what's best for Canon shooters or those would-be for ultra-wide, normal and telephoto zoom lenses. Ultra-wide zoom- For under RM 3000 For it's very useful focal range, well build, fast and responsiveness, very good optical performance, the Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM is the lens that is hard to be beat. If you are on full-frame, the Canon EF 17-40mm f4L USM is surely a performer and has its value for money. In fact, there are quite some people who actually use this lens on their crop bodies as their normal zoom lens too. On a note, this is the cheapest Canon L-series lens out there.
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This is a Field of View Calculator that let you graphically visualize on what kind of field of view (FOV) that you can get when using a specific camera at various focal length. For most modern SLR cameras, there are several crop factors available in the market. Mainly, there are:-
  • Full Frame bodies (35mm) as the reference with the crop factor of 1.0x
  • Canon APS-H with crop factor of 1.3x
  • Canon APS-C with crop factor of 1.6x
  • Nikon DX, Sony, Pentax crop bodies uses crop factor of 1.5x
  • Olympus crop bodies with crop factor of 2.0x
You may read the details at Wikipedia - Image sensor format. Examples are:- Full frame
  • All Canon 1Ds series - Canon 1Ds MK III...
  • All Canon 5D series - Canon 5D, Canon 5D MK II...
  • Nikon D3, Nikon D3s, Nikon D3x, Nikon D700...
  • Sony A850, Sony A900...
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This article serves as a guide and as a reference to kick-start yourself into buying your first ever D-SLR system. For this article, we will be only focusing on 5 models.
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