Photography News Issue 46

Your FREE newspaper packed with the latest news, views and stories from the world of photography news Photography Issue 46 17 July – 10 August News Tests Reviews Interviews Techniques Competitions Exhibitions Clubs Produced by Take your best-ever Camera Club of the


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Nikon D7500 Big test on Nikon’s latest APS-C format, impressively featured DSLR on page 36

Year final Behind the scenes at this year’s epic shootout on page 20

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Expert advice and tips for your trips start on page 29

Two new highly specified models join Canon’s market-leading range of DSLR cameras Canon at the double

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Big news this month is the unveiling of the EOS 6D Mark II, a 26.2-megapixel full-frame DSLR that replaces the venerable and popular EOS 6D. Just like its predecessor, the EOS 6D Mark II is aimed at photographers who want the benefits of full-frame image quality but in a compact, lightweight form. The EOS 6D Mark II ’ s sensor is completely new and works with Canon’s renowned DIGIC 7 image processor. Its native ISO range is

100 to 40,000 with expansion possible to 50 and 102,400. Aside from the new sensor, the latest version has gained some new features that include an improved continuous shooting speed of 6.5fps, an updated AF system and a vari- angle, touchscreen monitor. Priced at £1999 body only, the EOS 6D Mark II will be available this month. Price is £2379 with the EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM and the optional Battery Grip BG- E21 is £199.

Canon’s second new camera is the EOS 200D, the world’s lightest DSLR with a vari-angle screen, and is aimed at keen smartphone shooters looking to take the next step up to a fully-featured camera. This tiny but powerful DSLR will be available in three colours. The black option with the 18-55mm DC zoom has a guide price of £679 and is available from this month. continue reading on page 3

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