A Look at Canon DSLR Cameras

Canon digital cameras are of three classes, EOS, IXUS and Powershot, and only models featuring the name EOS are Canon DSLR cameras. To accompany their EOS range, Canon provides a long list of accessories for your kit, so when considering the price of an EOS model, don’t forget the budget you’ll need to set aside for extras.


The range of Canon DSLR cameras can be a little overwhelming, but with models costing as little as £350 or as much as £3700, there’s sure to be a model to suit everyone’s needs and wallet.

Canon EOS 1100D

At the less costly end of the scale, this model offers 12 megapixels and Eye-Fi, which enables you to upload your photos directly to a photo-sharing website. This is an excellent choice for first time DSLR buyers because it features a built-in help menu, maximising your chances of capturing a great image.

Canon EOS 1D Mark IV

Probably the most expensive of all Canon DSLR cameras, this is the model for die-hard shutterbugs. Top photojournalists opt for this camera, making it possible for them to grab that crucial shot, whether it be The World Cup winning goal or the rare instant when a volcano erupts. With a full magnesium alloy body, and 76 rubber seals, making it water and dust resistant, this is the king of digital cameras.

Before you walk into the shop to be pounced upon by an over-zealous sales rep take some time to decide which aspects of a camera are most important to you. This will help to ensure that you don’t spend more than you need to, and you’ll walk away with a great camera that matches all your requirements. When you’re out to buy a new DSLR, the Canon DSLR cameras are certainly worth a browse.

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