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Mar 30, 20 07:41 AM
Does a EOS 6D mark II have the capacity to take wildlife pictures?...if so, what lens would work the best on it? Hi John, Thanks for your question
Mar 23, 20 07:22 AM
Hi! I am currently experiencing some frustration with my Mark III. I used my AE lock button (*), and I have tried everything to turn it off. I shoot
Mar 22, 20 07:40 AM
I purchased a Canon Speedlite 480EG flash from Ebay not too long ago. This flash did not come with a bracket like all their other hand grip flashes
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