Welcome To The Family, Canon 750D!

I cannot control my excitement, so bare with my completely unplanned and very over-excited blog post!

I had to sell my previous digital SLR a few months back, because we had zilch money for food and bills and it just had to be done (boo, being grown-up). I felt like I lost an arm. So, when I eventually decided to buy me a new one, I had to upgrade!

This camera is absolutely incredible. I’ve had it about an hour so far, so this isn’t a review, but I can’t wait to get cracking with figuring out all the new bits and bobs it has to offer that my previous Canon camera didn’t have. It features a rotatable touch screen to make photographing at awkward angles a lot easier, and would also be super handy for vlogs as it spins completely allowing you to view yourself when the camera is pointing directly at you. Like I said, I haven’t had it long but a huge improvement I have found from my old camera to this one is the auto-focus. I don’t know if this is a bit sad… but I was literally speechless at how quickly and effectively it would auto-focus. During video, it automatically adjusts too which is such a treat! It’s very light, it has a rubber-like coating which is brilliant for grip and did I mention TOUCH SCREEN? Yes, I did. But come on, that’s pretty cool… (I’m easily impressed, I know)

I’m going for a walk into town and onto the marina this afternoon to have a more vigorous testing of the little beauty, but either way I’m over the moon. If anything, it’s a massive upgrade from my previous and that’s all I needed.

Canon 750D

First photograph I took on the new camera

Canon 750D

Had to try out a generic eye shot

Canon 750D

Ivy’s cute little feet

Canon 750D

Also looks nice in black and white


Thanks for reading, lovelies!

-Morgan

10 thoughts on “Welcome To The Family, Canon 750D!

  1. Great photos… I would eat my left arm for a half-decent camera. Alas, unless I sell my left arm, I would never have enough money for it – especially now it’s a bit chewed 🙂

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