Canon Digital Cameras Are First Choice With The Pros

The year was 1933 when three Japanese got together and began a company known as Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory, which was later to become known as Canon that in turn was to gain fame throughout the world. The first of the Canon cameras to hit the market was a prototype phantom known as 'Kwanon' which may not have been like the far more superior as well as costly German cameras that were almost the norm in cameras of those times, but were good enough to compete with those better known German cameras, which led Goro Yoshida and his two friends to come out with the 35mm rangefinder cameras that were less costly and which were sold under the name 'Kwanon'.

Lack Of Its Own Lenses

To make for the lack of its own lenses for its cameras, the company tied up with Nippon Kogaku Kogyo, the forerunner of yet another famous Japanese camera company called Nikon and the first camera sold commercially by Canon was named the Hansa Canon which hit the market in 1936 and which was an instant hit.

After the Second World War, the company was christened Canon and thus began the slow expansion which saw the creation of many historic cameras including Serener, Canonet as well as EOS. The first of its many Canon digital cameras was released in 1996 and this was the Powershot 600, and after incorporating many more advanced features, the next great Cannon digital camera that hit the market in 1998 was the EOS D2000 digital SLR followed by yet another innovative product known as XL1 and these Canon digital cameras all had excellent functionality and were very reliable as well, while the XL1 proved its worth by being chosen by NASA as its official digital video camcorder.

Finding that there was a need to provide customers with Canon digital cameras that were cost effective and which had advanced functionality, Canon came out with the EOS D60 in the year 2002 and the EOS 10D a year later, and these models took the market by storm leading to Canon digital cameras becoming the leaders in digital cameras, and when in the year 2003, another Canon digital camera in the form of EOS Kiss Digital came out, its success was a foregone conclusion, and which helped make Canon the foremost name when it came to digital cameras.

Not content to sit back on its laurels, Canon digital cameras are continuously being priced lower and incorporating better technology to help retain its market position, and they are also first choice of professional photographers thanks to the wide range of Canon digital cameras available in the market today.

Leave Canon Digital Cameras in their Case when not in Use

On a baseline level, it is critical to return Canon digital cameras to their case when not in use. This saves the camera and its lens from being scratched. It keeps the camera out of the rays of the sun which can have a corrosive effect on the camera. It keeps the various parts and accessories from getting lost. And, if the camera is in its case you know EXACTLY where the camera is and do not have to scramble looking for it. (Unless, of course, you lose the case!)

Ultimately, the camera case is a cameras best friend because it keeps the camera safe and secure. But, leaving the case lying around is not a smart move. So, when the camera is in its case it is imperative to place the case itself in a safe spot so as to avoid the previously mentioned potential disaster of losing the camera.

As one can see, there are no magic formulas or secrets required for keeping Canon digital cameras safe. Often, it is merely common sense and a desire to provide proper basic care is all that is required. Sadly, some miss these basic points and this results in the trashing of a number of excellent Canon digital cameras that should have had a much longer life.