Canon has upgraded its entry-level digital SLR range with two cameras, the 1100D and 600D. CNET Australia got some hands-on time with the cameras.
The Canon EOS 600D and the EOS 1100D are a new pair of entry-level digital SLR snappers, bringing a flip-out screen and 1080p video to Canon's entry-level range.
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Since the release of OS X Lion, Canon's EOS Utility has had some troubles working on the new OS, but a recent update for the utility corrects this.
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The raw-image editing and cataloging software supports Nikon's newest SLR, adds tethering options, and automatically corrects problems with 18 Pentax lenses.
The imaging-software powerhouse has added support for Canon's latest SLRs and for new higher-end compact cameras from Olympus and Samsung.
Apple has updated the digital camera raw support for iPhoto and Aperture, allowing import and management of raw files from several new Canon, Olympus, Panasonic, and Pentax models.