EOS Adventure

Eleven years ago Canon launched the EOS range in the UK. Since then, the series has gone from strength to strength, leading the market with a number of firsts, most recently the EOS 5D II which broke new ground in creating the DSLR Video market and lead to the production of the EOS C range of Video cameras.

Today the EOS range can be viewed as suiting three main camera classes accompanied by the EOS Accessories range.

Entry Level Cameras

Canon EOS 1200D

Advanced, compact and affordable: your first steps into the world of DSLR photography, made simple with Canon EOS 1200D.

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Canon EOS 700D

The Canon EOS 700D Digital SLR Camera brings power and ease-of-use straight to your fingertips.

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Canon EOS 100D

The Canon EOS 100D Digital SLR Camera Body is the world's smallest and lightest DSLR to date (21.03.2013).

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Mid Level Cameras

Canon EOS 7D

Built to match the passion of photographers. With an 18MP sensor, 8 FPS shooting, ISO 12800 and Full HD 1080 movies, the EOS 7D offers unprecedented versatility.

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Canon EOS 6D

The full frame EOS 6D combines outstanding resolution with superlative high ISO performance. The addition of Full HD movie recording expands the boundaries of photography.

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Pro Level Cameras


The long-awaited Canon 5D Mark III follows on from the highly specified Canon 5D Mark II but with the addition of a few new, much needed enhancements.

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Canon EOS 1D X

The Canon EOS 1D X Digital SLR is the next generation of Canon's professional range which sits above the 1D Mk IV and 1Ds Mk III, offering outstanding image quality.

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Canon EOS Speedlite

270EX II

Despite the diminutive size, the Speedlite 270EX II has plenty of power, with a guide number of 27 (m, ISO100) allowing long-range flash photography.

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The Speedlite 320EX has a Guide Number of 32 (m, ISO 100) giving it enough power to illuminate large areas and distant subjects.

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430EX II

The Canon 430 EX II features a 20% reduced recycling time, which is silent to minimise any distraction caused to the photographer.

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Different Uses of Flash

Fill Flash
Many of the EOS DSLRs come equipped with a built-in flash unit. These are particularly useful for filling in the shadows of backlit subjects.

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Bounce Flash
Using a Speedlite flash with the flash shoe provided on the camera gives you more power than the built-in flash and allows you to experiment with bouncing light indirectly onto the subject for subtler, softer, even shadowless lighting effects.

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Creative Flash
An entire new world of lighting effects is opened up with the facility to wirelessly control a flash unit placed remotely from the camera, or even several flash units simultaneously.

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Canon EOS Accessories