ADVERTORIAL • June 2019
Want to take holiday photos that will look great for a lifetime? The new Canon EOS 250D is the world’s lightest DSLR*, featuring a vari-angle screen and intuitive design that’s all about versatility. If you’re looking for a camera for your next trip, enter here to win your own EOS 250D and read on for a snapshot into Canon’s latest bit of kit
Small in size, the Canon EOS 250D is big on features. You can capture distant details using its 40x optical zoom, while intelligent image stabilisation gives sharp, steady results – even while you’re moving. Plus, great connectivity means you can shoot remotely by connecting your phone to the camera and easily transfer imagery to your smart device. That way you can start sharing online straight away.
There’s no pressure to get all the settings right if you just want to snap a quick picture – hybrid auto will choose the perfect camera settings to catch the moment. Then, if you want to stretch your photography skills, you can switch the Canon EOS 250D to manual mode and shoot like a pro.
Thanks to the Canon EOS 250D’s 20.3 megapixel HS system and fast continuous shooting, you can feel confident taking photos day or night, knowing you’re getting superb image quality. Use the vari-angle screen to shoot from any angle, controlling the camera with the touchscreen. This tilting screen is perfect for taking selfies, so whether you’re solo travelling or away with a group, you can get everyone in the frame.
With 4K video capability, the Canon EOS 250D lets you film holiday movies in a resolution that will stand the test of time. When you shoot 4K movies with the digital image stabiliser, you’ll capture life-like details that’ll sing on your 4K TV. With the touch of a button, you can change to shoot full HD at 60fps, getting steady footage even on the move. You can video everything from dive-bombing into the sea through to time-lapse of memorable summer sunsets, turning hours into seconds before your eyes.
*Canon EOS 250D (Black/Silver) is the world’s lightest among all digital single-lens reflex APS-C size sensor cameras with a fully articulated LCD monitor