Category: Canon Cameras

Canon EOS Rebel T6

Canon EOS Rebel T6: Is the Low Megapixel Count a Big Deal? [Review]

  Sometimes new photographers think that big DSLRs must be expensive. Many of these cameras can be outside the budget of photographers shifting from smartphones or point-and-shoot cameras. The Canon EOS Rebel T6 is well worth considering as a budget option. It is well-designed to give an excellent photography experience while teaching the new user the fundamentals of DSLR photography. It’s button design and menu layout can be quickly navigated, and it doesn’t compromise on image quality in the slightest. Let’s have a look at this budget marvel.

Canon EOS M6

Canon EOS M6: Do you get enough Bang for your Buck? [Review]

  The EOS M6 is one of Canon’s newest mirrorless cameras to hit the market. Mirrorless cameras are the next generation of digital camera design. They use a sensor that operates as viewfinder, image sensor, and autofocus system all-in-one. On the other hand, DSLR cameras use optical viewfinders and autofocus systems separate from the image sensor. As a result, the cameras are much larger and heavier. The EOS M6 goes one step further by eliminating the viewfinder entirely. The result is a light, pocket-sized camera still capable of creating the high-quality images Canon is known for.

Canon EOS Rebel SL2

Canon EOS Rebel SL2: Is the Price Justifiable for Beginners? [Review]

  The Canon EOS Rebel SL2 is an entry-level DSLR camera that balances features, affordability, and ease of use extremely well. It is the latest in the Rebel series, one of the most successful lines of DSLR cameras around. The Rebel SL2 is the successor to the lightweight and budget-friendly Rebel SL1. While the SL2 has gained a few ounces over the SL1, it’s also gained some excellent upgrades. The beginner DSLR market is very competitive with lots of great camera options. How does the Canon EOS Rebel SL2 match up? Let’s find out.

Canon EOS M100

Canon EOS M100: No Viewfinder, is it a Deal Breaker? [Review]

  The Canon EOS M100 is the successor to the Canon EOS M10, released a few years earlier. Canon has a small selection of mirrorless cameras; the M5, M6, M10, and M100 make up the current lineup. The M100 is the new entry-level model. The price tag is in line with other entry-level mirrorless cameras. For those who don’t know, mirrorless cameras differ from DSLRs in that they don’t have a system of internal mirrors. In a DSLR, the mirrors are used for the viewfinder and phase detection system. A mirrorless camera uses a well designed sensor to handle these functions in addition to image creation. The result is a much more compact camera, though the extra power requirements do lead to poor battery life. The EOS M100 is the next step for Canon’s mirrorless line and we’ll examine it thoroughly here.