Canon Camera will now be able to backup photos directly in Google photos, using Google One subscription

Google Photos is a great tool for people who automatically want to store all their videos and photos from their phones, directly to Google Cloud. The same feature will now be brought to Canon Cameras, where all the images will directly be transferred to Google Photos. The feature is named “easy Wi-Fi backup“. The major problem with digital cameras is that no matter how technological advances they are, one still has to access them manually from the Digital camera. However, with the new feature, the user will be able to upload all the photos to Google Photos and later access them from anywhere, even their own smartphones. 

The new feature will also allow the user to transfer original quality photos to either Google Photos, Youtube, or Google Drive as well. The best part about the feature is the ability to transfer photos with original quality and resolution and the user will not suffer any loss in the quality, regardless of the Google platform they upload the content to. However, to do so, one would require a Google One membership and the Canon camera should be a part of a compatible camera list that Google One has already released. 

It mainly includes top-of-the-line EOS DSLRs and Micro Four Thirds, as well as a wide-range of PowerShot point-and-shoots. Google One will provide users with 100GB of storage space, which will be free for the first month on a trial basis. The paid plans will start at $1.99/month for 100GB, while double that is $2.99 and 2TB costs $9.99 ($99.99 per year). Plans for 10, 20, and 30TB are also available for the users.

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