Canon-brand SLR owners, forget SD cards to remove, cables and all the many (and tedious) steps required to save your shots.
From today you can use the Wi-Fi connectivity of your cameras to upload photos and videos directly to Google Photos, as long as you also have a subscription to the Google One service. This possibility, specifies Google in a post on its official blog (link in SOURCE), will not be offered to all products, but to specific compatible models. Don't worry, though, you won't necessarily have to spend nearly 3,000 euros as in the case of the EOS R6 we tested in July.
Among the supported products there are also numerous lower-end and even older SLRs such as the EOS 200D announced for over 3 years now.
We have worked with Canon so that you can easily upload the moments captured on your Canon devices directly to Google Photos via Wi-Fi, without connecting the camera or taking out the SD card.
- Own a compatible camera (the complete list can be found HERE)
- Have a Google One subscription
- Download the latest version of the image.canon app available on Android and iOS (download at the end of the article)
- choose the transfer of the photos to Google Photos (the upload will take place only in original quality and therefore taking up space on your Google account)
To get started, Canon users will receive a free month of Google One membership along with 100GB of cloud storage, plus other member benefits.
- image.canon | Android | Google Play Store, Free
- image.canon | iOS | App Store, Free
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