Canon continues to impress with their latest prosumer DSLR. The EOS 80D packs a 24.2mp APS-C sensor, 45-point autofocus, 100% viewfinder coverage, a flexible clear-view monitor, up to 7fps burst mode, 1080p/60 video, Wi-Fi and NFC support.
The latest in the ELPH series, Canon’s pocket-sized 12-megapixel digicam has a 24mm ultra wide-angle lens, 5x optical zoom, and shoots full 1080p HD video with image stabilization.
Also known as the EOS 600D, the new T3i offers the same 18MP CMOS sensor from the T2i, but adds a high-res tilt/swivel monitor, and improved full 1080p (30fps) video shooting.
If you think your 1080p HD camcorder is nice, wait til you get a look at the future of camera technology from Canon, which will someday shoot film-like 4k resolution video at up to 60fps.
It’s an ad for a printer, but the real star here is a camera. Dentsu London used a Canon 5D MkII to take beautiful stills and video of tiny drops and splashes of paint bouncing on a speaker.
The latest mid-level dSLR from Canon offers a sharp 18-megapixel CMOS sensor, and a hi-res 3-inch LCD. It shoots 1080p full HD video with manual exposure control, and has an HDMI output.
Canon’s Wonder Camera could make still image photography obsolete. It’s essentially a camcorder that takes such high-quality video, users can later pick out frames, and zoom in to crop still pictures.