If you've got a smartphone, you almost certainly copy all of your photos on to the cloud. But what a few traditional camera? Canon and Google have you ever covered. the 2 partnered together to bring Google Photos to Canon Cameras—if you've got a Google One membership.
Getting started is fairly easy if you've got the proper Canon Camera. But the list is pretty extensive and amounts to most up-to-date Canon Cameras with a WiFi chip. From there, you’ll got to download the Canon app to your smartphone, set it up, and choose Google Photos as a backup option.
After that, you won’t got to worry about cables and removing your SD card anymore. At best, you’ll got to filter out old photos from your camera, a task as old as digital cameras.
The one major catch is you’ll need a Google One membership. that creates sense; a free Google Photos account doesn’t allow you to upload photos within the higher resolutions that DSLR cameras can take. But to ease the pain of signing up for a subscription, Google has a suggestion for you. Anyone with a Canon camera new Google One can get a month free with 100 GBs of cloud storage.
The cost could be worthwhile if you never need to worry about which SD card features a particular photo or spend a piece of your finding an adapter or cable again