Canon Cameras

Canon EOS M5 review

20 Mar 2017 Gordon Laing

Canon's EOS M5 is a mid-range mirrorless featuring a 24 Megapixel APSC sensor, Dual Pixel CMOS AF, built-in OLED electronic viewfinder and a tilting 3.2in touchscreen. It'll shoot at 7fps with CAF, film 1080 60p video, and offers an always-on low-power Bluetooth link. Is it the mirrorless for you? Find out in Gordon's review.

Canon EOS M6 preview

15 Feb 2017 Gordon Laing

Canon's EOS M6 is a mid-range mirrorless camera with a 24 Megapixel APSC sensor, Dual Pixel CMOS AF, a tilting touch-screen and 1080p video. The addition of Bluetooth maintains a connection with your phone and if you want a viewfinder, an optional accessory mounts on the hotshoe. Find out more in my hands-on Canon EOS M6 preview!

Canon EOS 77D preview

15 Feb 2017 Gordon Laing

The Canon EOS 77D is a mid-range DSLR, aimed as a step-up from entry-level models. It employs a 24 Megapixel sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF, the optical viewfinder features a new 45-point / all cross-type AF system, and there's also a fully-articulated 3in touch-screen and built-in Wifi with Bluetooth. Find out more in my Canon EOS 77D preview!

Canon EOS Rebel T7i / 800D preview

15 Feb 2017 Gordon Laing

The Canon EOS 800D, or Rebel T7i as it's known in North America, is an upper entry-level DSLR, aimed at photographers wanting a step-up from the most basic models. It features a 24 Megapixel sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF, a 45-point viewfinder AF system, and a fully-articulated touch-screen. Find out more in my EOS 800D / T7i preview!

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV review

07 Oct 2016 Gordon Laing

Canon's EOS 5D Mark IV is the long-awaited successor to the 5D Mark III, boosting the resolution to 30.4 Megapixels with a new full-frame sensor that supports Dual Pixel CMOS AF. It can film 4k movies and features built-in GPS and Wifi with NFC. Find out if it's the body you've been waiting for in one of Gordon's biggest reviews!

Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II review

24 Jul 2016 Gordon Laing

Canon's PowerShot G7X Mark II is a compact aimed at enthusiasts based around a 1in sensor and a 24-100mm f1.8-2.8 lens. The Mark II screen can now tilt down as well as up, you can de-click the front control ring for smooth adjustments, and the image processor is DIGIC 7 with timelapse movies. Find out more in Gordon's review.

Canon SX720 HS review

18 Jul 2016 Ken McMahon

The Canon PowerShot SX720 HS is an easy proposition to get your head around. It's a PowerShot SX710 HS with a longer lens. The fact that Canon has put all its efforts into that one feature tells you all you need to know - this is a pocket super-zoom for people who really want that extra reach. Don't underestimate the…

Canon EOS 80D review

27 Jun 2016 Gordon Laing

Canon's EOS 80D is an upper mid-range DSLR featuring 24 Megapixels, a 45-point AF system, 7fps bursts and 1080 / 60p video. The successor to the popular EOS 70D, the 80D sits in the middle of Canon's DSLR range, with a fully-articulated touch-screen, Dual Pixel CMOS AF and built-in Wifi. Is it the perfect DSLR for you? Find out in…

Canon EOS 1300D / Rebel T6 review

06 Jun 2016 Ken McMahon

The EOS 1300D / T6 is Canon's latest entry-level DSLR and replacment for the two year old 1200D / T5. It's a minor update which retains the older model's body, 18 Megapixel sensor and viewfinder with much the same set of stills and movie shooting modes. What's new is built-in Wifi for remote control and downloading images to a smartphone…

Canon PowerShot G5X review

07 Mar 2016 Gordon Laing

The G5X is a compact DSLR-styled camera with a 1in sensor, viewfinder, fully-articulated screen and 24-100mm zoom. The sensor, lens and processor are from the best-selling G7X, but rehoused here with a bigger grip, extra dial, USB-charging, flip-out screen and a viewfinder. Find out if it's for you in Gordon's review!

Canon EOS 1Dx Mark II preview

02 Feb 2016 Gordon Laing

The EOS 1Dx Mark II is Canon's new flagship DSLR, aimed at professional sports or wildlife photographers and photo journalists. Announced in February 2016, in time for the big sporting events of the year, it's unashamedly a specialist camera, engineered to be tough, fast and confident. It features a new 20.2 Megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor which can shoot up to…

Canon G9X review

18 Nov 2015 Gordon Laing

Canon's PowerShot G9X represents the continuing evolution of pocket cameras: small and smart like many of its predecessors, but crucially packing a larger 1in sensor. The sensor is the key here as it's three to four times larger than those in most phones and compact cameras, allowing the G9X to deliver noticeably better quality in low light. Canon's not the…

Canon PowerShot SX530 HS review

19 Oct 2015 Ken McMahon

The Canon PowerShot SX530 HS is a new super-zoom camera that updates the SX520 HS released only six months earlier. The main difference is an increase in the zoom range - up to 50x with an equivalent range of 24-1200mm from the earlier model's 38x. Wifi, which was included on the older SX510 HS but dropped on the SX520…

Canon PowerShot SX410 IS review

05 Oct 2015 Ken McMahon

The Canon PowerShot SX410 IS is an update to the SX400 IS introduced a little less than a year previously. Canon has extended the zoom range from 30x to 40x and boosted the resolution of the CCD sensor from 16 to 20 Megapixels. The first of these updates is unquestionably an improvement; it's clearly better to be able to zoom…

Canon PowerShot D30 review

24 Aug 2015 Ken McMahon

The Canon PowerShot D30 is an update to the more than two-year-old PowerShot D20 and as such you might expect a number of significant changes and improvements. The D30 certainly looks different, but below the surface not a great deal has changed. The newer model can go deeper - to 25 meters compared with 10 meters on the D20. If…

Canon EOS 5DS R review

14 Aug 2015 Gordon Laing

The EOS 5DS is Canon's highest resolution DSLR, boasting 50 Megapixels and also available without a low pass filter in the 5DS R.

Canon EOS 5DS review

12 Aug 2015 Gordon Laing

The Canon EOS 5Ds is essentially an EOS 5D Mark III with twice as many pixels. Sure there's a number of other small but useful upgrades, many focused on ensuring the resolution isn't squandered by vibration, but there's no denying the 5Ds is all about the sensor. Basically if you loved everything about the EOS 5D Mark III but…

Canon PowerShot G3X review

10 Aug 2015 Ken McMahon

The Canon PowerShot G3X is Canon's first big zoom, big sensor compact. Traditional super-zoom cameras have a lot to offer but, their typically small sensor size prompts many buyers to migrate upwards to a DSLR or mirrorless. The G3X's 1inch sensor isn't as big as a DSLR or mirrorless, but with four times the surface area of a typical…

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