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EOS magazine July-September 2015 back issue

EOS magazine July-September 2015 back issue

EOS magazine
(Code: JS15)
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Add this issue to your photographic library for information on Canon's new EF prime lens, plus technique articles on lens aperture, tablets, EOS Movie Utility, and much more.

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  1. In this issue...

    World of EOS
    Canon news and current offers
    - Details of Canon's summer cashbacks.
    Firmware and software updates - Check to see if there is an update for your camera and the benefits and fixes offered.
    Cities for the sky - Vincent Laforet captures aerial cityscapes at night from 7,500 feet.

    New products
    New EF prime lens
    - Full details of the EF 50mm f1.8 STM lens.

    Other features
    Me & my camera
    - we talk to an EOS subscriber about their photography.
    EOS Training Academy - An expanding programme of events at our training centre in Tackley, Oxfordshire and elsewhere.
    Q&A - we answer your photographic questions.
    EOS equipment data - An overview of EOS cameras, current lenses and accessories.
    Forum - A review of EOS magazine forum threads.

    Lens aperture - The aperture does much more than just regulating the amount of light passing through the lens.
    Tonal tweaks - What are Auto Lighting Optimiser and Highlight Tone Priority and when should you use them?
    Two-minute technique - Try these techniqus to lift your portrait photography and produce eye-popping results.
    Zoom or prime - Comparing the new EF 11-24mm f4L USM zoom lens to its prime counterparts.
    How was it shot - Multiple dance moves captured in a single exposure - and without Photoshop.
    Take a tablet - we look at some of the issues you might face when using a tablet for viewng stills and video.
    EOS Movie Utility - EOS Movie Utility is a free application from Canon for playing, merging and saving movies.
    Filters for digital cameras - Do we still need screw-on lens filters or can we achieve the same results digitally?
    Mains power - The ability to plug an EOS camera into a mains power socket can be a distinct advantage.

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