With a fuss-free, lightweight body at a low price, is this the ideal beginner’s DSLR? Amy Davies finds out in her Canon EOS 1200D review.
Canon’s stand at this year’s Photokina fair had interesting products and entertaining displays in equal measure – check out our video report.
Canon has refreshed its enthusiast DSLR line with the Canon EOS 7D Mark II, its flagship APS-C DSLR. Read about what’s new and check out our video preview.
Want to know how the Canon EOS 7D II compares with its predecessor? Check out our handy Canon EOS 7D vs 7D Mark II comparison table below
Are we likely to see Canon cameras adopt an Android OS? Does the new Dual Pixel AF CMOS system have any consequences on image quality? We caught up with David Parry, Product Intelligence Professional at Canon UK, to ask him all of these questions and more.
Following the launch of the EOS 100D and EOS 700D earlier in the year, Canon has now turned its attention to its double-digit DSLR line, announcing a new EOS 70D DSLR.
This morning Canon have launched not one, but two new EOS cameras: the 100D, which is the world’s smallest and lightest DSLR as well as the new entry-to-mid level range 700D.
I am a full time professional wedding photographer. I shoot with a combination of cameras, notably the Fuji X-Pro1 and the 5D range of cameras from Canon. The 5D2 was the first full frame body I owned and I ended up working my way through three of them. So, when the 5D3 was announced I was really quite excited about it.
Continuing the flurry of pre-Photokina activity, Canon have announced the launch of the EOS 6D! Sitting below the much lauded 5D Mark III in the EOS line-up, this little gem is a more affordable step into full frame photography.
This morning Canon have launched the brand new interchangeable lens camera: the EOS M. I’ll be at Canon HQ later this morning spending some time talking to Canon and having a play with the EOS M, so keep checking back here throughout the day for updates.