What's in October-December 2016?
Bursting with beautiful landscapes and making the most of the light, that's what this issue is all about. Whether you prefer to shoot in the dark or need to shed some extra light on your macro shots, you'll find the techniques to improve your EOS photography.
Plus we meet Canon's two new EOS cameras, four lenses and a little adapter that will bring extra control for 5DS and 7D Mark II owners.
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Macro photography often requires a little pop of extra light. The new EF-M 28mm f3.5 Macro IS STM lens has a built-in Macro Lite, but is only compatible with EOS M cameras. We look at some alternatives.
Regular contributor Drew Buckley lives in Pembrokeshire, surrounded by beautiful countryside. It's not surprising that his favourite subject is landscapes, especially coastal views.
Techniques – our top picks
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Shot in the dark
Autumn and winter are excellent seasons for low light photography. With short days and early sunsets the opportunities are there to shoot colourful and eye-catchinh images with your EOS camera.
You want to do what you can to reduce or remove noise in your images, but what's the best way to achieve this? Technical Editor Nina Bailey looks at the causes and the solutions available via your EOS camera.
We bring you the full Canon round-up from Photokina 2016, including the EOS 5D Mark IV, M5, four new lenses and the small but mighty W-E1 Wi-Fi adapter.
About your EOS system:
battery info and EF lens technologies
Learn more about taking the guesswork out of your battery's performance, plus find out how Canon has developed the tech in your optics since 1987.
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