Canon EOS 5DS R review

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

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II review

Canon’s EOS 7D Mark II brings pro-level AF, build and speed to a more affordable level, making it one of the most confident DSLRs around.…

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Canon EOS 6D

The EOS 6D is Canon’s most affordable full-frame DSLR, aimed at those upgrading or looking for a backup for a pricier model.…

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Canon SX400 IS review

Canon’s PowerShot SX400 IS is an affordable compact super-zoom camera with a 30x optical range, 16 Megapixel resolution and a 3in screen.…

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Canon SX60 HS review

The PowerShot SX60 HS is Canon’s biggest super-zoom camera, boasting a whopping 65x range, taking you from 21 to 1365mm.…

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Canon PowerShot G7X review

Canon’s G7X takes on Sony’s popular RX100 series with the same 1in sensor, but with a longer zoom and touchscreen. I tested them side-by-side.…

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Canon ELPH 340 / IXUS 265 review

Canon’s PowerShot IXUS 265, or ELPH 340 as it’s known in North America, is a 16 Megapixel point-and-shoot compact with a 12x optical zoom, 1080p video and Wifi with NFC. The 25-300mm zoom range is what sets it apart from camera phones or more basic compacts, and the built-in Wifi makes it easy to transfer and share images. All this in a stylish and affordable body make the latest IXUS / ELPH a desirable buy, but to make sure we’ve compared it against Sony’s WX350 and the Lumix SZ8. Find out which is the best budget compact for you in our Canon IXUS 265 ELPH 340 review!…

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Canon PowerShot SX520 HS review

Canon’s PowerShot SX520 HS is a compact DSLR-styled ‘bridge’ camera with a 42x optical zoom range equivalent to 24-1008mm. It features a 16 Megapixel CMOS sensor, 1080p movies, but lacks the Wifi of its predecessor, the SX510 HS. The key selling point here is packing a big zoom into a relatively compact body, but there’s other options to consider including Sony’s H400, Nikon’s P530 and of course Canon’s own SX510 HS from last year. We’ve compared them all in our Canon SX520 HS review to help you find the best superzoom!…

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