Canon’s EOS 90D is a mid-level DSLR with a 32.5-megapixel 22.3 x 14.9 mm CMOS sensor and DIGIC 8 image processor plus basic dust and moisture resistance.
The fastest standard zoom lens to be produced for Canon’s APS-C DSLRs has a constant f/2.8 maximum aperture and integrated optical stabilisation.
This second-generation compact camera boasts a smaller, lighter body, a new stacked CMOS sensor, DIGIC 8 processor, a slightly longer lens and 4K video recording.
Canon’s latest super-zoom camera features a new 20.3-megapixel sensor and DIGIC 8 processor, upgraded EVF and support for Canon’s CR3 Raw format plus 4K 25p video.
An update to Canon’s lightest DSLR camera with a DIGIC 8 processor, support for 4K/25p video recording and Dual Pixel autofocusing in Live View mode.
Canon’s entry-level ‘full-frame’ mirrorless camera is smaller, lighter and more modestly featured than the EOS R but still very attractive to photo enthusiasts.
A half life-size ‘macro’ lens with five stops of image stabilisation and a modest wide-angle view in a compact, lightweight design.
Canon’s first full frame mirrorless camera, the EOS R, issues a challenge to the Nikon Z6 and Sony’s α7 III.
The standard kit lens for Canon’s EOS R camera can cover most shooting situations and includes a high five stops of image stabilisation.
A fast, high-performance standard prime lens for Canon’s RF-mount mirrorless cameras.