After reaching Salisbury (you might know it as the town with the iconic Stonehenge), we had dinner at the Haunch of Venison. It is one of the region’s oldest hostelries and upon entering, we were greeted with a rustic interior and voices of people enjoying themselves over a pint. Once ushered to our seats, I took out the Canon EOS M200 and snapped a few shots.
One tip when using the night mode is to be steady and remember your focal point. Below are some photos I took under dim settings.
After dinner, we went for the Salisbury Chapel Light Show which we chanced upon after spotting a banner in town. So, we booked our tickets, and after dinner we walked to the Salisbury Chapel for their annual light show. The lightshow was both Impressive and Immersive (double I’s to show how eye(i)-opening the chapel looked on the inside).
The lightshow featured moving projections of graphics and images, so my usual landscape mode couldn’t work as all the shots turned out blurry. However, I did a quick look over the available modes and spotted the Sports Mode. Sports Mode as the name suggests, is for sports-related shots or shots that required a high shutter speed. This was the perfect mode to capture stills of the moving projections. Below are some samples of the shots taken, and a bonus video of the light show!
Video of Light Show
Availability and Pricing
The EOS M200 is available at Canon authorised dealers at the following recommended retail price.
Model & Price below:
- EOS M200 (with EF-M15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM & EF-M22mm f/2 STM), Black & White – $1,009
- EOS M200 (with EF-M15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM) (I brought this!), Black & White – $809