Saturday, January 28, 2012

Best Canon Digital Cameras Reviews

Executive summary article By Roberto Sedycias
If you have only a limited budget, Canon has what, as recently as three years ago would have been unthinkable, a 12 megapixel (MP) point-and-shoot camera (you aim, compose on the 2-inch or so screen and shoot), for under $150, its ELPH 300 HS 12.1 MP (available online right now on Amazon), available in black, silver and red. One feature that attracts many buyers to Canon products is its electronic stabilization feature.
With stabilization, offered in the Power Shot 10MP Digital with 3.8x zoom (wide angle), you can zoom right into your subject and click. The EOS that I used offered that feature on Canon lenses. If you have a bit more in your gift fund and know a photographer who would appreciate a very nice DSLR, the Rebel T3 12.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR, the one I used to shoot with, has fallen to the amazing price of $449 on Amazon with the Canon 18 to 55 autostablizing zoom lens. This beauty actually shoots at 12.1 MP, offers autostablizing, a 14X optical zoom system and it is ready to handle not only your single-shot, but video needs.

How to Find the Best Canon Digital Cameras for Your Needs

Executive summary article By Josh Austin
There are so many Canon cameras to choose from. But how do you find the best Canon digital cameras for you? You can buy compact cameras or DSLR's from Canon. Canon DSLR's are named with the suffix 'EOS', for example the Canon EOS 550D. The first EOS digital camera that Canon turned out was the D30 back in 2000. There are also lots of great compact cameras made by Canon.
Find the best Canon digital cameras by choosing which category to look in.
Look for a good ISO range and good performance at the higher settings. Do you enjoy wildlife photography? More and more cameras enable this.
1. Compacts. The best Canon digital cameras in this category are increasingly excellent quality. I personally really like the Canon Powershot SD 4000 IS. It has a 10MP sensor, large range of focal length and strong build quality.
2. Beginner DSLR. Maybe you need to produce images with better detail for larger prints. Canon offer several excellent models.
Personally I think the Canon EOS 550D is a great all-rounder. It has a very large 18.7 MP sensor which can turn out highly detailed prints suitable for large format printing. The light metering is accurate making it easy to take good pics and the large ISO range opens up low light photography for you very nicely.
3. Prosumer DSLR. A good example would be the Canon 40D. It's very popular and offers photography enthusiasts an excellent quality camera. 4. Professional DSLR. The very best Canon digital cameras belong in the professional category and provide amazing quality and specifications. Only purchase a camera like this if you will definitely use and enjoy it.

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