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Raj
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I just visited the Eos magzine home by accident & may order it.
Are there any forum members subscribing it ?
Is it really good/helpful on shooting tips etc ?

I was basiaclly looking for some photography magzine which I could go through, mainly while commuting, utilizing my time more effectively :-)

Post #1, Feb 01, 2006 03:20:41


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I subscribed to the EOS magzine, that is how I found the forum …they emailed me to let me know when it was first up and running.
The magazine comes with a past issue and after reading through them I decided to order 2 back issues with articles on my camera. The magazine is informative and interesting and of a different format to the usual magazines available in the high street. I will give it a thumbs up.

Post #2, Feb 09, 2006 11:59:53


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is it aimed towards to the pro photographer.. or are there articles for amatuers too?

Post #3, Feb 09, 2006 12:02:35 as a reply to colin uk's post 2 minutes earlier.


My Canon can.. I just need to find out how :rolleyes:

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=298914

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as an amatuer I would say amatuers too

Post #4, Feb 09, 2006 12:06:13 as a reply to madferrit's post 3 minutes earlier.


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I will just added to that its not a trade mag. I would say its aimed at the EOS user.

Post #5, Feb 09, 2006 12:08:17 as a reply to colin uk's post 2 minutes earlier.


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It is for film and digital, so you will find some spectacular pictures done in both. New products are reviewed and/or compared to older models. Just recently there was an introduction to the 430EX and how it measures up to the other flashes. Very informative. That's why I like it. They have informative articles that are quite useful to any level of photography. I've been getting it for 2 years now.

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Thanks Colin & Suzie, i just subscribed :) Now for the waiting game :)

Post #7, Feb 09, 2006 12:35:22 as a reply to SuzyView's post 6 minutes earlier.


My Canon can.. I just need to find out how :rolleyes:

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=298914

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Great magazine that I have really enjoyed since I started to subcribe and I got a free Canon baseball cap to boot! They have some great offers, articles on how to get the best from your EOS, both digital and film, and reviews on new products. There is also a great market classified adds section.

Top read all round and I eagerly wait for the next issue.

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Raj wrote:
I just visited the Eos magzine home

Anybody got a link?

Post #9, Feb 09, 2006 12:56:17


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Thanks guys.
I am amused that this thread got revived with first response almost after a week I started it :-) Nonetheless, I appriciate your feedback & I am convinced to order my subscription now :-) I guess it will take longer for delivery in Japan then within states, so my waiting will be longer.

Curtis, check this out.
http://www.eos-magazine.com/external link

Post #10, Feb 09, 2006 17:25:49


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madferrit wrote:
Thanks Colin & Suzie, i just subscribed :) Now for the waiting game :)

Both my subscription mags and the back issues I ordered arrived prompt

Post #11, Feb 10, 2006 11:20:37 as a reply to madferrit's post 22 hours earlier.


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Its an okay mag. The good thing is if you dont like your first issue then you can claim your money back.

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