Popular Canon Articles for 2008
Canon's been slow to up the ante on its flagship ultrazoom, but with a nice 20x optic, the Canon PowerShot SX10 IS may just prove to be worth the wait.
Ok, I'll admit it. The Canon PowerShot A470 is far from the smallest camera on the market, and it's certainly not the sexiest. In spite of all this, when it[...]
With lots of carry-over parts from the advanced Rebel XSi, the entry-level Canon Rebel XS is a budget model that's anything but bare bones.
With its long-running Rebel series of consumer DSLRs, Canon has earned a reputation for cranking out new models on a consistent timetable that are rarely revolutionary, and yet often set[...]
It's a common sense principle that a successful performance is often a hard act to follow. Following up on Canon's highly successful performance with the A570 and building on a[...]
The Canon EOS 50D sits in the middle of Canon's DSLR lineup, offering reasonably priced performance for working pros and amateurs alike.
Canon's PowerShot G models are the 500 pound gorilla in the world of advanced compact cameras. Can the new Canon PowerShot G10 live up to the hype?
In round two of our PowerShot A model reviews, we bring you our full write-up on Canon's latest budget shooter, the Canon PowerShot A1000 IS.
Full-size ultrazooms offer great performance, but if you can be happy with "only" 10x zoom, the Canon PowerShot SX110 IS is definitely worth a look.
The Canon Pixma MP970 earned high marks the last time we looked at a Canon all-in-one printer. Can the smaller Canon Pixma MP620 follow suit?
When Pentax announced the K10D back in 2006, serious amateurs and professionals quickly started paying attention. The K10D was more rugged and feature-packed than any Pentax digital SLR before it.[...]
We get a first look at one of the most highly anticipated pro lenses of the year, the impressive and imposing Canon EF 200mm f/2L IS USM.
The Canon PowerShot E1 is a 10 megapixel compact aimed at capturing the interest of younger shooters seeking a fun, colorful, high-spec camera.
Few camera companies seem to be creating waves with compact point-and-shoot cameras like Panasonic. Panasonic cameras are now widely respected thanks to Leica-branded lenses, combined with features, performance, and build[...]
Last year's retro-minimalist Canon PowerShot SD1000 got rave reviews from both professional camera reviewers and ordinary consumers because it delivered everything an ultracompact digicam could reasonably be expected to provide.[...]
This month's "Head to Head" installment offers yet another take on the age-old Nikon versus Canon rivalry, pitting the popular Canon PowerShot SD870 IS against the much less well-represented Nikon[...]
The pro-level Nikon D3 is the manufacturer's first DSLR featuring a "full frame" 12.1 megapixel sensor that is nearly identical in size to 35mm film. There's a 3-inch, 920K-pixel[...]
The Canon PowerShot A2000 IS may look familiar, but it's a revolutionary departure from the basic design philosophy behind previous Canon A models.
The Canon PowerShot SD790 IS, sports a unique control layout. Can the rest of the latest Digital ELPH live up to high expectations?
Canon's classic box and circle takes another trip around the block in the snap-happy Canon PowerShot SD770 IS.