EOS magazine April-June 2017 back issue
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We look at why the EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens has become such a favourite, plus other options to reach this focal length.
Make sure you check your camera before taking it out for the day. Otherwise you might be shooting with settings from the previous shoot.
We look at options if you want to shoot photographs at intervals to produce time-lapse sequences.
Flash or no flash
With high ISO values giving good results, do you really need to use flash? Our comparison images will help you decide.
EOS utility is an application which offers a wide range of useful features for EOS camera owners. We take a look at some of the options.
Cars are tricky subjects to shoot - shiny, reflective and, sometimes, fast-moving. But with expert advice and a bit of practice you can improve your hit rate in no time.
Most of the time your EOS camera will automatically shoot correctly-exposed images, but occasionally it may need a little help.
This issue's featured EOS project. Crash Taylor's Strangers of Nottingham might inspire you to shoot your own street portraits.
Mirror, mirror ....
Canon introduced it's first mirrorless camera in 2012. Since the original EOS M there have been fiver more models. We look back on the history of these diminutive devices.