Click! Click! Welcome to the Canon DSLR moment my friends!
There’s no denying it, Canon’s Digital SLR cameras are immensely popular! Since its first release back in 2000 (which is then the Canon D30 model), Canon had been the definite leader when it comes to DSLR camera market; DSLR stands for digital single lens reflex, by the way. The company’s dominance in such market started with EOS Digital Rebel, since then Canon continues to upgrade their line of digital SLR cameras. And with their continuous innovations, they had produced numerous types and models of DSLR that made their mark in photography either amateur or professional, from Canon D30, D60, up to the latest Canon EOS 1200D and EOS 700D, which are the top Canon DSLR. In fact in their every release of new models through the years, they also managed to create a lot of buzz and professional reviews on every existing user forums, that’s how famous these kids are.
Canon DSLR cameras in the market
The top Canon DSLR cameras are rocketing better among other brands. Primarily because these line of cameras cater every level in photography as there are four main categories: consumer, semi-professional, professional, and super (uber) professional. But the thing that stands out the most about the brand’s cameras is that they maintain and used the same body style of their popular line of Rebel film cameras and gave it an interior with technology so new and advanced you can’t simply find anything less than that! This was Canon’s major breakthrough into making the digital SLR cameras accessible for anyone who wanted to use it, thus extending their reach beyond photographers’ ground only. Now people of all ages are having a blast of the latest technology on cameras you used to embrace today, thanks to Canon!
Why choose Canon DSLR Cameras?
- Products are made from new and advanced camera tech
- HD quality image production.
- Comes with unique features and functions, but are versatile to be used by all.
- DSLRs come in three subgroups for three different types of users.
- Camera Type: Canon’s DSLR cameras are designed and manufactured for professional use, which is why the device are categorized for beginners, intermediate, and advanced. The camera for first timers, sport lighter form, a much simpler design, and easy to use features, for snapping high res pictures on the go.
- Camera Specs and Features: Despite being an “entry-level” device, Canon’s starter DSLR pack has more to offer than other premium DSLRs. The camera comes with a 24.4 CMOS shooter, which can capture stills up to 6000 x 4000px camera resolution. The camera can also record movies and videos up to 1080p@30fps full HD resolution. The device makes use of an SD/SDHC/SDXC card to store its files.
- Products available: The Canon DSLRs for beginners are coded with 3-4 digit numbers to differentiate from the other cameras. Some cameras include the 760D, the 750D, and the 1200D
Canon Cameras For Beginners
- Camera Type: The series of cameras under this midrange series focuses more on imaging and technology, providing you more means to easily capture a very impressive photo. The cameras also come with much more unique designs, features, and connectivity.
- Camera Specs and Features: The cameras under the series make use of a 20MP camera CMOS, to shoot stills at up to 5472 x 3648 pixels. The degree of the camera is compensated through the multi-connectivity of the device, with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, among their multi-connectivity.
- Products available: The Canon DSLRs for beginners are coded with 2 digit numbers to differentiate from the other cameras. Some cameras include the 70D, the 60D, and the 7D Mark II
Canon Cameras For Advanced Amateurs
- Camera Type: The cameras under this series are considered flagship by their build and features. These aren’t necessarily high-tech, but comes with the right specs that can help you shoot very impressive images.
- Camera Specs and Features: The highly advanced Canon cameras for professionals can reach up to 50MP on its CMOS sensor, providing a full high-res image at 8688 x 5792 super fine type. You can expand the memory of this device using Compact Flash and SD/SDHC/SDXC connectivity.
- Products available: The Canon DSLRs for advanced users only come with 1 digit number to differentiate from the other cameras. Some cameras include the 5D Mark III, the 5DS, and the EOS 1DX