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Canon's top-end DSLR is incoming February 2020. With a brand new 20.1MP sensor, new autofocus system, and enhanced video, it's the pro's choice.
Although a pro-spec EOS R is 'in consideration', the camera that doesn't yet exist will also come with in-body stabilisation and dual card slots...
It's always funny when companies with millions or billions in revenue take to crowdfunding to launch their next product.
Canon's entry-level DSLR is ideal for beginners or progressing photographers, with decent Full HD capture (there's 4K too) and a selfie-capable screen
The entry-level mirrorless camera adds a new processor, bringing 4K video capture and eye-detection autofocus. But that's your lot.
It's all about resolution: Canon's 2019 enthusiast DSLR and mirrorless cameras come with an all-new 32MP CMOS sensor, 4K video and faster burst rates.
The MkII mirrorless camera adds new controls and ups the resolution to a massive 32.5MP. Is it a high-res success, or does the competition better it?
With an all-new 32.5-megapixel sensor, capable of 4K video capture, the 90D is a similar-looking but altogether different beast from the outgoing 80D.
Smaller than its predecessor, with a pop-up viewfinder, this Canon, with its 1-inch sensor, is gunning for Sony RX territory. Does it succeed?
The pocketable compact with large 1-inch sensor now features a microphone input - making it a niche but interesting proposition for some.
Mid-2019 updates for the 1-inch sensor compact line-ups include new stacked sensor tech and 4K video capture. Does Canon have Sony in its sights?
Its always funny when companies with millions or billions in revenue take to crowdfunding to launch their next product.
It's been 18 months since the 200D, so the announcement of the 250D is to bring the camera up to date with processing and 4K goodness.
If you haven't noticed, Polaroid-style photographs are super trendy right now, thanks to cameras like Fujifilm's Instax line.
Canon's full-frame mirrorless series has a new, more entry-level model: the EOS RP. Who is it for and how is it different to the EOS R?
Following the R launch in 2018, the RP targets would-be DSLR buyers as a more entry-level full-frame mirrorless option. But does it make sense to buy?
Camera accessory make Yongnuo wants to disrupt the status quo, teasing a forthcoming Android-powered camera that will support a Canon EF mount lenses....
2018's top-spec EOS M mirrorless combines a built-in vari-angle touchscreen and electronic viewfinder, plus performance that's finally competitive.
Canon's full-frame mirrorless camera comes with a new lens mount and a stack of features. Does it represent the future, or spell imminent failure?
The new Canon EOS R is a full-frame mirrorless with brand new EOS RF lens mount, four new lenses and future roadmap. What does it mean for EF lenses?
Canon's new full-frame mirrorless camera is official, complete with new RF lens mount. Here's what to expect.
The Canon PowerShot SX740 HS is a compact camera with a big 40x optical zoom (24-960mm equivalent).
Looking to entice a new audience into the budget DSLR category, Canon has introduced a pair of entry-level EOS models: the 2000D and 4000D.The 2000D r...
The camera market is more divided than ever before. Hot off the heels of Samsung announcing its new flagship S9 smartphone at Mobile World Congress 20...
Tonight sees a big lunar event called the "Super blue blood moon" with three lunar phenomena taking place across the globe. In the UK, the moon is clo...
The Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III has successfully replaced our go-to DSLR for the past week, so it's more than up to the task. But it hasn't done so
It's been a long time coming, but Canon has finally unveiled the first compact camera with a DSLR-scale APS-C sensor size and an optical zoom lens. Th...
The G9 X Mark II is as much a success as it is a missed opportunity. Compared to the original G9 X model very little has changed. We’d like to see a
If you're looking for DSLR image quality in a point-and-shoot-style camera, then the Canon EOS M100 makes a lot of sense. However, for us, it's a bit
If you're looking for an interchangeable lens camera that's not too big then a mirrorless model might be the obvious option. But with a whole raft of
If you've been thinking about buying a full-frame DSLR but have been waiting for some of the more modern technologies – touchscreen control, a
In what's been a relatively quiet couple of years in the world of cameras, Canon has taken to opportunity to get one over its competitors by releasing
When the Canon EOS 5D MkIV burst onto the pro camera scene in 2016, it hit so many tick boxes that, well, few other full-frame cameras seemed to be wo...
If you've long been pining for a quality all-round DSLR camera than Canon makes a strong case in the 77D. Sure, it's roughly an 80D without the
Buy the M6 without trying any other cameras out there and you'll be more than happy. But if you play with the competition then you'll see the M6 can't
Canon is bulking out its EOS range with a number of new DSLR models, the 800D taking on a more beginner role than its also-announced step-up 77D cousi...
If you're thinking of buying a feature-packed DSLR then chances are you'll be looking at a £1,000 piece of kit. Canon is looking to change that with t...
Hot on the heels of the Canon EOS M5 - the mirrorless camera that, finally, put Canon in contention with some of its competition - the Japanese compan...
Canon has taken the wraps off the PowerShot G9 X Mark II, updating the 2015 forebear, but keeping the same retro good looks. The big focus of this com...
Much as we're pleased to see Canon finally pushing forward in the compact system camera market, it still just seems too shy to let loose and throw
Overall, as full-frame all-rounders go the 5D Mark IV is hard to beat. It’s a deft balance between resolution, autofocus ability and control, seeing
In the wide world of cameras the 1300D couldn't be described as an especially exciting camera to use - as it doesn't push any envelopes and it's
The G7 X Mark II is the standout "G-X" series camera. It puts the slender G9 X to bed, is more pocketable than the G5 X and others in the range,
We're scratching around trying to find fault. When it comes to creative professional tools the 1D X Mark II is not just a worthy successor to the
The Canon EOS 80D takes almost everything that was missing or not quite up to scratch in the already impressive 70D and sets it right. Save for a
The entry-level DSLR camera sector doesn't see too many new models these days, but Canon has quietly just unveiled its latest: the EOS 1300D.An update
Ah, the compact superzoom. Over the years they've got smaller yet, somehow, have managed to cram more and more features in. In the case of the Canon P...
When we first used the Canon PowerShot G7 X, the company's first 1-inch sensor compact, it felt like Canon's attempt to deflect a strong Sony line-up ...
In 2016 it's the year of the pro DSLR once again: the Canon EOS 1D X Mark II follows hot on the heels of the Nikon D5, which was announced a month ear...