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The Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Camera Lens - Will It Meet Your Photography Requirements?

Much like people are different in lots of ways, so are the cameras that they own. People like a number of things, specifically when it has to do with their camera, along with its lens. While everyone does not need a camera lens, a number of people would like to have a fixed focal length lens. Keep reading to learn more about the Canon EF 50mm lens, a top choice when it comes to lenses.The Canon EF 50mm lens isn't very heavy, has an aperture of f/1.8, and is a great value for money. People who are shopping for a zoom lens with a fixed focal length will appreciate the quality of this lens. Weighing just 4.6 ounces, this EF lens is Canon's least heavy, but it gives a sharp performance simply because of its traditional Gauss-type optical design. Because of this, the lens makes images that closely resemble the way the eyes see an object. It is a very good lens when natural depth of field is needed for the photographs or portraits. Because this camera lens can focus in as little as 18 inches, you'll be able to take...

 


Compact Cameras Vs. Phone Cameras

Should you ditch your low end compact digital camera now that your mobile phone comes equipped with a good (or goodish) camera? The controversy has been raging in the amateur photographic world ever since manufacturers started offering picture taking capabilities with mobile phones at the turn of the century.Here are the main reasons from the pro-compact camera camp and from the pro-phone camera camp: Low end cameras are better, because: Phone cameras are better, because:They have optical zoom.They take better images, especially if you need to snap a subject that is only a couple of centimetres away, or a moving subject.Compact cameras are more reliable. Your phone batteries will quickly go flat if you take lots of images. Plus, the phone will probably run out of storage faster than you'll run out of photographic inspiration.The lens of the camera is always cleaner than the finger-smudges lens of a phone camera.Your camera won't ring at the critical moment and spoil your shot.They enable you to share or uploa...

 


Kayak Accessories - Why Waterproof Cameras Are A Must

One of the great things about paddling a kayak is being truly amongst nature. People have used kayaks for many purposes and for hundreds of years. To begin with they were a means of survival. The Inuit and Eskimo people used kayaks to hunt and therefore their boats were an essential as well as a spiritual and salient part of their lives.Many people today however use kayaks simply for recreation, fishing and sport.For me the first time I sat in a kayak I was amazed how close I was to actually sitting in the water. Whilst this may seem an obvious thing to say it is not until you paddle a kayak for the very first time do you get an overwhelming feeling of being so in touch with your surroundings.There is nothing quite like paddling silently along a river with only the gentle splash of your paddles breaking the surface of the water. Neither does cruising along on a motor boat or sailing a yacht give you the same sense of vulnerability and control together with a sense of being a part of nature.Whilst you can neve...

 




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