Canon launches revised versions of its 500mm and 600mm telephoto lenses, making them lighter and more durable.
Canon unveils four new PowerShots today with a slightly new naming convention. The PowerShot ELPH SX230 HS, PowerShot ELPH 500 HS, PowerShot ELPH 300 HS and PowerShot ELPH 100 HS debut with enhanced low light capability and HD video recording.
Canon launches two new Rebel DSLRs today. The T3i, equipped with a 60D-style swiveling LCD, moves to the top of the current lineup, and the T3 replaces the Rebel XSi.
Canon wraps up its collaborative film project by debuting the short film Beyond the Still at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
As CES 2011 kicks off, Canon launches eight new HD Vixia camcorders. Several models will incorporate a new HD CMOS Pro sensor with improved low light capability.
Canon announces four new PowerShot series point-and-shoots today, including the optical viewfinder equipped A1200. The PowerShot A3300, A2200 and A800 are also launched with beginner-friendly features and 720p HD video recording.
Canon is now offering modifications to 5D Mark II and 7D DSLRs to add a locking mechanism to the camera's mode dial.
You'd be hard pressed to tell the PowerShot G12 apart from its predecessor if the model names were covered. Do the similarities in appearance extend to the excellent image quality we saw from the G11? We're taking a first look at some sample images to find out.
A month after Canon brought its Expo 2010 to New York, the show opened again in Europe for Canon Expo Paris. We took another look at some interesting concepts, including the 4K-resolution camera that made a big splash when it was displayed stateside.
When Canon launched the 35x optical zoom PowerShot SX30, consumers and enthusiasts wondered how the lens would perform at the telephoto end of that monster focal range. We're working on a full analysis, but for now we have some sample images as we tackle this question.
Canon announces the PowerShot G12 today, an update to the advanced G series, alongside the PowerShot SX30 IS packing a 35x optical zoom lens. These cameras offer enthusiast-focused features like RAW shooting and manual exposure modes.
The PowerShot SD3500 is Canon's second touch screen point-and-shoot, and unlike the SD980, it doesn't offer any physical buttons on the back panel. Take a look at some first thoughts and sample images and check back soon for a full review.
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