The latest Canon EOS lenses for the Apple Watch ($299) are just the latest in a long list of accessories for Canon's popular line of cameras that have gone beyond just making sharp photos and videos to become a common sense experience for consumers.
Canon's first line of EOS lenses for the Apple Watch are working just fine. In fact, they're so convenient and intuitive that they're actually more fun than having to fiddle with a dSLR. That means you can easily capture photos or video with the Apple Watch's built-in camera (a 40-millimeter f/1.7 aperture lens) and bring them right into your iPhone or iPad, right from the Apple Watch. And since you can do this without the use of a computer or smartphone, there's no need for the sort of tedious set-up that comes with using a DSLR. That means in an instant you can snap some shots or record some video and share them with friends and family without having to worry about where you put your phone, or type a single thing into a browser.
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