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Read unbiased reviews of Canon digital cameras from hundreds of users, plus ratings, advice and prices to help you pick the right digital camera for you.

Canon digital cameras earn high marks across the board. From the cheapest Powershot A Series and wildly popular SD Series compact point-and-shoots to the Rebel consumer dSLRs and multi-thousand-dollar, pro-quality dSLRs, consumers are consistently impressed by the solid construction, ease of use, and picture quality. A few clunkers pop up every now and then, so be sure to check our reviews and ratings, but Canon certainly has an excellent track record.

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Canon EOS Rebel T5i
Canon EOS Rebel T5i

Ranked 4th of 30 in Consumer dSLR

Along the lines of "don't fix what isn't broken," Canon's 2013 EOS Rebel... more »

18.0 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor; ISO 100-12800 (expandable to H: 25600); DIGIC 5 Image Processor; 9-point all cross-type AF system; High speed continuous shooting up to 5.0 fps; Full HD movies with c...

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Starting at $478.35
from 5 stores
Canon EOS Rebel SL1
Canon EOS Rebel SL1

Ranked 6th of 30 in Consumer dSLR

Advertised as the smallest DSLR on the market, the Canon EOD Rebel SL1 h... more »

18.0 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, ISO 100-12800; DIGIC 5 Image Processor; 9-point AF system; new Hybrid CMOS AF II; Continuous shooting up to 4 fps; EOS Full HD Movie mode with Movie Servo AF for cont...

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Starting at $453.99
from 8 stores
Canon EOS 70D
Canon EOS 70D

Ranked 7th of 30 in Consumer dSLR

Canon's popular mid-range DSLRS received a long awaited upgrade in the E... more »

20.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor; ISO 100-12800; DIGIC 5+ Image Processor; EOS Full HD Movie mode with Movie Servo AF for improved continuous focus tracking of moving subjects; Vari-angle Touch Screen...

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Starting at $39.99
from 10 stores
Canon EOS Rebel T4i
Canon EOS Rebel T4i

Ranked 21st of 30 in Consumer dSLR

Canon is proud to introduce its most sophisticated Rebel ever—the EOS Re... more »

18.0 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, 14-bit A/D conversion, ISO 100-12800; expandable to 25600 (H) for shooting from bright to dim light and high performance DIGIC 5 Image Processor for exceptional image...

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Starting at $714.00
from 1 stores
Canon EOS Rebel T5
Canon EOS Rebel T5

Ranked 28th of 30 in Consumer dSLR

The Canon EOS Rebel T3 is one of the top selling DSLRs, but its successo... more »

18 megapixel APS-C sensor; Optical low pass filter; JPEG and RAW; 9 autofocus points; Manual modes; Maximum shutter speed 1/4000; 3 fps burst mode; 1080p HD video 30 fps; 3” LCD; Lithium ion battery ra...

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Top quality optics, dependability, and convenience of use are just some of the reasons that customers choose Canon digital cameras. Canon has become widely recognized for creating some of the finest digital cameras and digital SLRs that you can buy, and is one of the largest digital camera manufacturers in today's world. Consumers wanting top quality cameras typically have at least a few cameras by Canon on their wish list. Then it should come as no surprise that Canon has won PC Magazine's Reader's Choice Award for Service and Reliability repeatedly and camera models are reviewed quite favorably on a regular basis.

Canon is not traditionally a cheap brand at all. In spite of this, Canon digital cameras have earned the best buy status. This proves that you receive great value for the extra money. In the recent past, Canon begun producing a few models that are more inexpensive, without sacrificing quality. One such camera is the Canon PowerShot A1200. Unlike many other models at this low price point, the A1200 has a small optical viewfinder that makes it easier to shoot outdoors as well as AA batteries.

Other Canon digital cameras have earned high marks across the board as well, including the least expensive Powershot A series, the SD or ELPH series compact point-and-shoots, and the Rebel consumer dSLRs such as the T4i. Most Canon camera buyers and aficionados are drawn to the brand because of the the solid design, convenience and the high picture quality provided by these digital cameras. Some of the best Canon digital cameras include the Canon enthusiast compacts found in the S and G series cameras. The advanced digital camera market has been dominated by these models for a few years now, appealing to both amateurs and professionals requiring something pocketable. The Canon PowerShot G15, for example, has an LCD screen that swivels, and a 12 megapixel sensor. It is also great for low light photography due to its very fast lens.

GPS and WiFi are features that Canon has been adding to its mid and high-end models recently to keep their cameras specifications right on the cutting edge. These better specifications differentiate the upper models from lower-end cameras, but mean that they also have a higher price tag. With so many features you can find and so many models available, it's always in your best interest to do your research and read Canon digital camera reviews and ratings. Experts recommend reading reviews from users like you to find out if a specific model is right for you.

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