My name is Tony and I am a Canon enthusiast. After using the Canon EOS 3 35mm camera I swiched to the Canon EOS 40D digital SLR. Shortly after the announcement of the EOS 7D I decided that I just had to have it. It was the camera I was looking for even though I think the 40D was an able performer.

About 8 months after the release of the EOS 7D, I bought it and have been very pleased with its performance. It has a whole lot of “hidden” and customozable functions.

This website was created to share the joys of shooting with the Canon EOS 7D digital camera.

Feel free to share your comments, offer criticism and ask me any question you like. I will try to answer all “reasonable” questions.

Tony – South Florida

Comments (11)

  1. Simon

    Hi Dallas,Texas!

    I just want to say that i love your website and keep up the good work you are doing. Thank you for all you do in providing info regarding THE 7d for à canon users like myself!


  2. Are there any auctions that often have vintage cameras that were once owned by famous people?

  3. Miles Myrum

    he Canon EOS (Electro-Optical System) autofocus 35 mm film and digital SLR camera system was introduced in 1987 with the Canon EOS 650 and is still in production as Canon’s current DSLR and recently released Canon EOS M mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera (MILC) systems. The acronym “EOS” was chosen for Eos, the Titan Goddess of dawn in Greek mythology. ;

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  4. I am not a professional camera user. but i am pleased with
    features with such a low price camera. good in low light.
    and very good photos in day light. happy with my purchase.

  5. Karin Occhialini

    Bought my 7D last year and am still trying toy learn about it. I shoo in Av mode most of the time and can change my iso and aperture without difficulty. Now I want to shoot something in manual, but can set the shutter and the iso, but wheneverI try to change the aperture the shutter speed changes. Obviously, I need some guidance. Are you able to help?

    • Tonybear

      The shutter will change when you are in the Aperture mode and make changes there. If you don’t want it to change use the Manual mode. There you can set the aperture and shutter speed to your liking. Look at the exposure indicator in the viewfinder to tell you if you are overexposed or underexposed.

  6. Karin Occhialini

    Thank you for this site. I am now using the quick control button. This site is such a help! I am really enjoying my 7D and can’t wait till I am more proficient! This is plenty of camera for me.

    • Tonybear

      Quick Control is a blessing when you see action changing in seconds in front of you. I use it often. Glad you like the site.

  7. Richard

    Thanks for sharing photography skills. I’ve learned a few things from you. thank you.

  8. Excellent blog Tony, congrats on the new lens and camera! Keep up the good work!

  9. I’m really impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog.

    Is this a paid theme or did you customize it yourself?
    Anyway keep up the nice quality writing, it’s rare to see a great blog like this one these days.

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