EOS 77D | Test

Héritier de la lignée des EOS à 3 chiffres, successeur du 760D (T6s), ce reflex destiné aux amateurs adopte une numérotation à 2 chiffres comme les modèles experts de Canon. Vile opération marketing ou réelle évolution en profondeur ? Réponse par le test !

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Reflex APS-C: Canon EOS 77D
Le reflex tranquille
L’EOS des débutants de 7 à 77 ans ?

Réponses Photo — No303 – Juin 2017

The new Nikon D7500 | 20 things you need to know

Nikon’s new DX-format DSLR offers enthusiasts speed, performance and value. We list the 20 key features you need to know about.
The new D7500 slots in between the D7200 and the D500, right at the top of Nikon’s DX-format digital SLR range. It’s designed for keen enthusiasts who want the best possible combination of performance and value, and it would also suit those who are looking to upgrade to a more powerful camera from their first Nikon DSLR. The specs are very exciting. The 20.9-megapixel sensor is one of Nikon’s latest, and the 8fps continuous shooting speed is really impressive for a DSLR in this price bracket. Almost more amazing, though, is the D7500’s incredible maximum ISO setting. We make a lot of comparisons between the D7500 and the existing D7200 and D500 models in this special six-page preview, because this little group of cameras poses some interesting choices. The D7200 is great value, but is starting to show its age, while the D500 is extremely powerful, but more expensive. So maybe the D7500 combines the best of both worlds, with the affordability of the D7200 and the power of the D500? Let’s take a look…

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The new Nikon D7500 | 20 things you need to know
via NPhoto Magazine — Issue 72 – June 2017

Canon Crash Course

Learn the fundamentals of Canon DSLR photography in half a day with our guide.
Words: James Paterson Illustrations: Andy McLaughlin

canoncc01One of the most enticing things about photography is that it’s such an easy hobby to start. Yet it offers untold depth to those who choose to look for it. Anybody can take a picture, and almost everybody you know has a camera. But just a little extra knowledge is all it takes to separate the real Canon DSLR enthusiast from the occasional snapper.

The Canon Crash Course we’ve lined up for you over the following pages puts the focus on the fundamental aspects of photography that matter most. Dive in!

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Arranging a scene’s elements into a harmonious composition is easy when you know how…

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more in: Photo Plus – The Canon Magazine

PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine is 100% Canon, so you can be sure the magazine is 100% relevant to your Canon EOS DSLR and your photographic needs. We’re 100% independent which means we’re free to publish what we feel is best for every Canon DSLR photographer from beginners to enthusiasts to professionals.


Guide d’achat | Reflex 24×36

Guide d’achat | Reflex 24×36
On entre ici dans la catégorie des reflex 24×36, longtemps synonymes de haut de gamme, aujourd’hui de plus en plus abordables avec des tarifs commençant à 1 600 €. Et même si, à ce prix-là, la construction n’est pas encore de niveau pro, on bénéficie déjà d’une qualité d’image supérieure aux APS-C, d’un viseur bien plus large et d’une compatibilité totale avec les objectifs plein format. Voici notre avis sur 10 modèles phares.

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Guide d’achat | Choisir son appareil-photo
à voir dans Réponses-Photo – Décembre 2016

Guide d’achat | Reflex APS-C

Guide d’achat | Reflex APS-C
Avec leur capteur de taille intermédiaire, les reflex APS-C offrent un compromis très intéressant entre volume et qualité d’image. Ils restent plus encombrants que les hybrides équipés de capteurs similaires, mais ils se distinguent par leur vraie visée optique ne mettant pas “d’écran” entre l’œil et la scène. Avec des tarifs allant de moins de 400 € à plus de 2 000 €, il y en a pour tous les goûts et tous les budgets !

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Guide d’achat | Choisir son appareil-photo
à voir dans Réponses-Photo – Décembre 2016

The DX-format D500 and FX-format D750 battle it out

Who really needs a full-frame D-SLR?
The Big Debate

– You get much more camera for your money – the D500’s specs easily outstrip the D750’s
– DX lenses are smaller, cheaper and lighter to carry around – and you can use FX lenses on DX Nikons too
– The 1.5x ‘crop factor’ makes telephoto lenses effectively 1.5x more powerful
– The smaller DX sensor can’t quite match a full-frame FX sensor for all-round image quality
– The smaller sensor leads to increased depth of field, which can be useful, but can also make beautiful bokeh harder to achieve
– At shorter focal lengths you’ll need to invest in DX lenses, which will be of little use if you upgrade to a full-frame Nikon later

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– The larger sensor area opens the way for higher ISO sensitivities or higher resolution sensors that don’t sacrifice overall quality
– Depth of field is shallower, giving images more spatial depth and attractive background blur
– If you want to turn pro, a full-frame Nikon is best both for quality and pro accessories
– Even an ‘affordable’ FX-format Nikon like the D750 is a pretty expensive purchase
– You’ll need to invest heavily in lenses to exploit the quality potential of the full-frame format
– FX cameras are mostly (not always) bigger and heavier, and not designed for novices or those still learning

d500vsd750bThe DX-format D500 and FX-format D750 battle it out
Issue 63 – Sept 2016

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DSLR vs Mirrorless

DSLR vs Mirrorless

DSLRvsMirrorless09aThe rise of mirrorless
Andy Westlake investigates how mirrorless compact system cameras have advanced since their inception just eight years ago.
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DSLRvsMirrorless09bA professional perspective
Why have some professional photographers eagerly embraced mirrorless, while others still hold out?
Geoff Harris canvases opinions, for and against
photo: Saraya Courtaville
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DSLRvsMirrorless09cTrusty sidekick
Documentary photographer Paul Ratje demonstrates how an APS-C compact camera improved his ability to capture daily life on the streets
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DSLRvsMirrorless09dDSLR vs Mirrorless
Head-to-head comparison
Mirrorless myths busted
Which system is best for you

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