Caufon City man unharmed after tree pulverizes vehicle Canon City Canon City Daily Record

“Strong winds wreaked havoc in the area Monday
A tree fell on top of Rich Lehl’s 2013 Chevrolet Cruze on Monday morning while he was driving north on South Fourth Street. ( Special to the Daily Record )
A tree fell on top of Rich Lehl’s 2013 Chevrolet Cruze on Monday morning while he was driving north on South Fourth Street. (Special to the Daily Record)
Perhaps not many people had as an unfortunate start to their Monday morning as Rich Lehl, who had a tree fall on top of his car u2014 while he was driving it.
The good news is that for the most part, he escaped uninjured.”

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Ordinance XC includes XLR sound and waveform screen to the XC Newsshooter official statement blog

“Canon have today a
ounced an upgraded version of their XC10 4K compact one inch sensor camcorder. The XC10 has a useful combination of small size and high quality recording with high bitrates and professional codecs. An all-in-one lens with a good range, automated settings and a built-in ND filter make it suitable for less experienced shooters who might otherwise be deterred by interchangeable lens cameras.
The new XC15 launched today has a near-identical design and specification, but with the addition of an XLR audio pack for professional audio. The pack is in fact the same MA400 microphone adapter that is offered as an optional accessory for the C300 mkII. It mounts to the top of the camera and co
ects via a proprietary Canon co
ector on the topside of the camera.
The XC15 also has revised gamma settings that are closer to those found on Cinema EOS cameras. There is Canon Log (although not Canon Log2 or Log3) and also a production camera setting, as well as EOS standard for matching to DSLRs. This may sound like a minor change, but in practical terms it is very useful if you are trying to use a XC15 alongside a C300 or C100 on a shoot.
Another important addition to the XC15 spec for US users is the option to shoot in 24P.”

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The immense Garfield sexual orientation banter about finishes after Wikipedia alter war Mashable

“Garfield’s first appearance was on June 19, 1978. Garfield was created by Jim Davis. Garfield is a tabby cat. Garfield is male. These are all things you will learn about Garfield at first glance of the Wikipedia page “Garfield.”
But what you don’t learn is the story behind why there are four cited sources for the cartoon cat’s gender.
Image: wikipedia
It all started when Twitter user, and Chapo Trap House podcast member, Virgil Texas found an old Jim Davis interview from Mental Floss that seemed to indicate that Garfield has no gender.
SEE ALSO: ‘Arrival’ screenwriter’s next act after Oscar nomination? A comic book
FACT: Garfield has no gender. This. Is. Canon. u2014 Virgil Texas (@virgiltexas) February 24, 2017
He updated the Garfield Wiki to reflect this new revelation. Texas told The Washington Post that he was only concerned about u201cGarfield canon” and folks? I believe him.”

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musthave extras for each Canon DSLR proprietor TechRadar

“Whether youu2019ve just got yourself a Canon DSLR like the EOS 1300D / EOS Rebel T6 or 750D / Rebel T6i, or have owned one for a while, the camera and the bundled 18-55mm kit lens it just the start.
The beauty of investing in a DSLR is that while they can be used straight out of the box, thereu2019s a world of accessories out there to help you really harness their power and take even better shots.
These include additional lenses, filters, tripods and a host of other accessories. But with so much choice, where to begin? Weu2019ll point you towards some of the key items of kit youu2019re likely to want to invest in, and offer suggestions for each.
1. Standard prime: Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC HSM | A
While your 18-55mm kit lens is fine for general photography, its relatively ‘slow’, in that the maximum aperture available is quite limited. Thatu2019s where a prime lens comes in. Often offering a much faster maximum aperture, they let in more light, allowing you to shoot handheld in much poorer lighting conditions. Not only that, but the faster maximum aperture means you can achieve pro-looking shallow depth of field effects to isolate your subject.
They come in a range of focal lengths, but our pick would be the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC HSM | A; giving roughly the same field of view as the human eye on a Canon APS-C DSLR, itu2019s whatu2019s termed a u2018standardu2019 prime. A must for any photographer.
Read more: 9 things you should know about prime lenses
2. Telephoto zoom: Tamron SP 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Di VC USD
The next lens youu2019ll probably want to add to your collection is a telephoto zoom. Not only are these perfect for action and wildlife photography, theyu2019re also great for picking out details in landscapes and shooting tightly cropped portraits or candids.
While pros tend to favour the 70-200mm f/2.8 telephoto zoom, theyu2019re heavy and expensive, which is why weu2019ve picked the Tamron SP 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Di VC USD.
Offering more reach than a 70-200mm, while also being more compact and affordable, this is a great choice for those looking to pull in even distant subjects u2013 and it comes with Vibration Control (Tamronu2019s anti-shake system) built in.
Read more: The best telephoto zoom lenses for Canon DSLRs
3. Wide-angle zoom: Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM
Youu2019ve probably found that your Canon 18-55mm u2018kitu2019 lens is pretty wide, but not quite wide enough for some subjects.
An ultra wide-angle zoom lens can offer a field of view almost be twice as wide, making it perfect for cramped interiors, big city landmarks, sweeping landscapes and surreal close-ups.
Our pick would be Sigmau2019s 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM, but itu2019s worth remembering that this lens is only compatible with APS-C cameras, so if youu2019re pla
ing to upgrade to a full-frame camera later youu2019ll have to trade this lens in as well.
Read more: The best wide-angle zoom lenses for Canon DSLRs”

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New Canon Camera 2017 Q1

In the first half of 2017, the new products include a mirrorless camera ‘EOS M6’, DSLR cameras ‘EOS 800D’ and ‘EOS 77D’, and a high-end compact camera ‘PowerShot G9 X Mark II’

The new Mirrorless EOS M6 is a high performance mirrorless camera featuring the latest image processing engine DIGIC 7 and dual pixel CMOS AF in a compact size. DSLRs The new EOS 800D and EOS 77D deliver the world’s fastest AF speed in about 0.03 seconds, and the same all-around 45-point AF system as the mid-range DSLR ‘EOS 80D’ allows fast and accurate tracking of the subject over a wider area. The PowerShot G9 X Mark II is a small, lightweight, high-end compact camera that weighs about 182 grams.

Dual-pixel CMOS AF, the latest technology in high-performance lineups such as Canon’s mid-range DSLR camera ‘EOS 80D’ and the first high-end mirrorless camera ‘EOS M5’ To provide high performance for small and lightweight bodies of about 343g.

The EOS M6 is equipped with a 2.4-megapixel APS-C type image sensor, which enables Canon to produce a brilliant color image, and incorporates the latest image processing engine, the Digic 7, for high image processing speed and sensitivity. It can record up to about 7 images per second when AF tracking, up to about 9 images per second when AF is fixed, and up to 25,600 commercial sensitivity, ensuring sufficient shutter speed even in dark environments.

The EOS M6 supports full-fledged shooting using a variety of intuitive dials, including a quick control dial, exposure compensation dial, and a controller wheel. In addition, Canon’s EF-M lens, which is a mirrorless lens, and Canon’s EF lens for Canon’s DSLR cameras, including the L lens, can also be used with the mount adapter. Users who want to take high- It is expected to add pleasure to photography.

The EOS 800D and EOS 77D are equipped with a 2.4-megapixel CMOS sensor and Canon’s latest image processing engine, the DIGIC 7, to deliver sharp, high-quality images with fast AF speeds of 0.03 seconds. With the enhanced AF performance, it captures still images even when shooting still images as well as still images. With the same all-around 45-point AF system as its mid-range model EOS 80D, it tracks the subject quickly and accurately in a wider area. It also adopts dual pixel CMOS AF to smoothly capture a moving subject smoothly even in video and live view shooting . The commercial sensitivity also extends to ISO 100-25600, ensuring sufficient shutter speeds for night-time or indoor shooting that lacks light, so you can take pictures without shaking.

The EOS 800D and EOS 77D offer features that allow you to shoot high-quality movies stably. It is the first time to deploy the ‘Time Lapse Movie’ function and ‘HDR Movie Mode’ to support full high-definition 60p movie shooting. When using HDR movie mode, even brightness is taken even under high shooting conditions such as sunrise or backlight. It is possible. In addition, ‘Image Stabilization’ function that prevents even slight camera shake that may occur when handheld shooting is installed, so that it is possible to shoot a movie stably.

The new EF-S 18-55mm f / 4-5.6 IS STM lens in the first half of 2017 is a standard zoom lens with a compact size of about 6.18cm which improves portability. It provides an ideal standard zoom lens angle from 29mm to 88mm in 35mm conversion. Especially, it is possible to take the shortest distance up to 0.25m, so you can shoot big and clear subjects at close range. The improved 4-stop camera shake compensation makes it easy to secure the shutter speed even when the light is insufficient.

The PowerShot G9 X Mark II is the smallest and lightest camera in Korea with a slim width of about 3.13cm and a light weight of about 182g.

The PowerShot G9 X Mark II is a high-end compact camera equipped with a 2.0-megapixel 1.0-inch image sensor, equipped with Canon’s latest image processing engine ‘DIGIC 7’ . Especially, in addition to the gyro sensor, the image sensor supports ‘Image Stabilization’ (IS), which recognizes the image shake once more, so that it can effectively compensate not only the shaking of the fine camera body but also the big motion of the photographer