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Our kingfisher cover star, shot by Canon Explorer Andy Rouse, heralds the arrival of the new king of the EOS series, 1D X Mark II. In this issue we feature this and two more new EOS cameras, 80D and 1300D.
To make the most of your current EOS system, the technique section is bursting with information on Program mode, improving your camera's focusing performance, multiple exposures and more.
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All EOS cameras focus accurately with static subjects, even in low light. The differences between models become more apparent when shooting moving subjects. We explain how you can improve your focusing performance with AI Servo mode.
Some photographers think that program mode is only for beginners – but that's not true. In fact this mode, found on all EOS cameras, enables you to shoot in an instant, yet offers complete control when you need it.
New EOS products
EOS-1D X Mark II
EF-S 18-135mm f3.5-5.6 IS USM
Power Zoom Adapter PZ-E1
Techniques – our top picks
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Merging two or more images into a single picture is as old as photography itself. It's a feature that's taken a while to reach EOS digital cameras. In addition to in-camera multiple exposures, we'll show you how to use DPP.
A teleconverter increases the effective focal length of a lens, meaning you can get much greater reach by adding one between your lens and EOS camera body. So we take a look at Extenders – Canon's name for teleconverters – and also review the Kenko Teleplus HD DGX converters which are, as far as we know, the first to fit an EF-S mount.