Welcome to the Canon Camera Review site!
I can help you make the right choice on a Canon camera, lens, or accessory.
Have you ever felt confused about a camera, an accessory, or another piece of photography equipment? Maybe you just need a little information to help you make the right choice.
Are you curious about a camera or an accessory?
You can read page after page of confusing technical jargon, spend hours and hours reading the reviews, or try something simpler.
That's what the Canon Camera Geek web site is all about, giving you simplified information to help you make your choices on Canon camera equipment.
It's all about Canon cameras, accessories and lenses, which ones are worth buying and which ones are not.
I gave it the name Canon Camera Geek because it focuses mostly on Canon Camera equipment.
It is written for you if you're a dedicated Canon enthusiast, a casual hobbyist, or even a brand new user of Canon photography equipment.
From time to time, you will also find reviews and opinions on Non-Canon camera equipment if it is useful information for Canon users.
If you are looking for a long technical Canon camera review, overloaded with numbers and meaningless statistics, I'll be honest with you; this site isn't for you.
If you have a need to read long and boring articles with every tested specification and chart full of numerical data this might not be the best source for you.
Do I look at numbers? Absolutely, but I try to stick to the ones that matter. This website is more of a way to getting simple, practical opinions on using cameras, lenses and accessories, getting the right equipment at the right price.
I've been a camera nut for about 45 years. I guess that makes it sound like I am getting old. My wife certainly won't tell you I act like I'm old.
I like to think I've just had lots of experiences with photography. :-)
Even if you don't own any Canon cameras, lenses or other Canon accessories, you may find this site useful. It will help you make choices and learn about advantages and disadvantages of digital photography equipment and their features.
The majority of the reviews are on Canon photography equipment, cameras, lenses, speedlites, and other accessories. That's what this web site focuses on. (There is a pun in there somewhere)..
It's not overloaded with the technical, in-depth, scientific, full-of-numerical-data, reviews. Don't get me wrong, shutter accuracy, exposure performance, lens chromatic aberration and distortion data is important.
The scientifically based Canon equipment reviews serve an important purpose. They are good for comparison between different models as well as choosing between different camera manufacturers.
Here, you will find more practical digital camera and lens reviews, based on the technical stuff digested for you. The scientific test data gets combined with my practical experience as a professional photographer.
I am a Canon Camera Geek
Here is my disclaimer though. I didn't start out as a Canon Geek. This web site is not affiliated with Canon in any way and I have no association with Canon other than my knowledge from buying and using many of their fine products for many years.
Also, I am not a professional writer. That likely will be come apparent quickly but my intent to provide you with valuable information is genuine.
The goal of this Canon Camera Reviews web site is to be valuable to you; to provide relevant, accurate information about cameras, lenses and accessories.
Having Canon 5d, 10d, and 20d bodies as well as Canon 85mm f1.8, 24-105 lens, 28-70 lens and Canon Speedlite 270ex-II and Speedlite 580ex flashes has given me a wide range of experiences with the Canon brand.
My portrait clients bombard me with questions about digital cameras and related photography equipment.
If you want to photograph wildlife or do some bird photography, I picked up a very affordable "bird lens." It's the Canon 400mm f5.6. Here is my review on that lens
This is what led me to write the Canon Camera Reviews website.
I didn't start out as a Canon Camera Geek.The first time I ever used a camera was in 1968 and it was a cheapo plastic camera made by Kodak.
My first slr (single lens reflex ) camera was a Beseler Topcon Auto 100, followed by a Minolta SRT 102, and then a Minolta XD-11 in 1977.
I can still hear the "KaPlunk" sound of that mechanical shutter in the Topcon. You remember certain things from your childhood very vividly. It's like your first car or your first girlfriend-you never forget them.
After the Minoltas I became acquainted with the Canon AE-1, aggressively promoted in commercials by tennis star Tracy Austin and Olympian Jennifer Chandler.
My first digital camera was a Canon Powershot A620 which my wife still uses to this day. My second confession is that my first digital SLR was not a Canon Camera. It was the Olympus E-10.
Get reviews on Canon cameras, lenses, flash, tripods and all the other cool Canon camera accessories along with photography tips on this web site to get the most out of your Canon equipment.
There are also reviews on non-Canon digital photography equipment that you should use instead of the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or perhaps avoid in some instances.
If you'd like to ask any questions on canon cameras, lenses or accessories you can do so on this Canon Camera Reviews web site, directly below. You can also give your own Canon camera reviews too.
I truly hope you enjoy the Canon Camera Reviews site.
HAVE A BLAST WITH YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY!
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Canon has two broad categories of cameras, the EOS line of DSLRs and professional cameras and the Powershot Point-and-Shoot variety.
Interesting Canon Camera Tidbits:
1. A small shop in Japan started making a camera called a "Kwanon" in 1933 that later evolved into the "Hansa Canon."
2. Canon launched its first digital camera, the PowerShot 600 in 1992. That was the start of Canon's digital camera era.
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