We Found The Camera For Designated Photographers During Family Reunions
by Sherry Tadeja, October 25, 2019 8:05pm
Art by Dani Elevazo
Ah, Filipino family reunions. There’s always a feast of your favorite dishes, videoke, awkward Q&As from titas, and catching up with your cousins. And of course, it’s the most opportune time to take family portraits to add to your family’s collection of picture frames. With the advent of digital cameras, taking family photos no longer need to be a well-rehearsed tapestry, it’s often the candid shots that make the best photos.
With that in mind, a trusty camera is what you need to remember the moments by. Canon’s latest release the M6 Mark II is the camera to capture moments worth cherishing as family reunions. Here’s why:
M6 Mark II may look intimidating but it has easy-to-use functions like face detection, high-speed shooting, and auto-focus. Hobby photographers and professionals will love these settings. Heck, even your lola can use this with ease.
Capture Moving Subjects With Ease
Anyone behind the camera knows the challenge of taking photos of moving subjects. M6 Mark II’s autofocus setting now has eye detection. Meaning its easy to capture moving subjects from here on out. Never miss taking photos of your dancing cousins, drunk uncles, or your singing lolo ever again.
No Filter Needed
How many times have you attempted (and failed) to take a selfie using your camera? M6 Mark II has “Face Detector Technology” which ‘locks-in’ on the subject (or subjects) capturing better detail in both portrait and selfie photos. We think its the setting to capture holiday photos with the fam.
Transfer Photos Instantly
You don’t need a computer to transfer and upload your photos. Easily do that with no WiFi needed with M6 Mark II’s seamless Bluetooth connectivity. Transfer photos from your camera straight to your phone for instant uploads. Your overseas relatives on a serious FOMO will thank you.
You can never miss a moment with Canon’s continuous, speedy shooting. You’re bound to take craziest to sweetest moments—your cousin’s reaction to opening a gift, families laughing, and sincerest hugs upon goodbyes. Take multiple images in rapid-fire succession (without having to injure your finger) and choose the best one among the rest.
We hate to admit it, but family reunions are some of the things we look forward to. Cherish every moment with your people and have a tool to capture the special moments for the next reunion and the many more to come.