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The Canon SX280 HS is shaping up to be a very nice point and shoot camera. Check out our outdoor images in this preview.
The Rebel SL1 will soon hit the shelves as the smallest and lightest DSLR camera on the market. Check out our preview of the SL1.
Move over SX260 HS, there's something better. Loaded with a bunch of upgrades, the SX280 HS is faster, better and undeniably portable.
Alongside the brand new SL1, Canon announces the T5i. This redesigned camera offers only 5 updates to the T4i. Read on to find out more.
The Canon SX50 HS is a powerhouse bridge camera sure to win the hearts of many ultrazoom enthusiasts. Check out our first impression.
Today Canon unveils 3 new cameras to the PowerShot lineup: ELPH 330 HS, ELPH 115 IS and A2500. All cameras have Canon's new ECO mode.
The Canon PowerShot N is a compact, creative camera. It offers users a 12.1MP sensor and 8x zoom plus a creative function that is downright impressive.
Canon announced from CES today that its VIXIA camcorder line will see four new additions, including three new R-series models and a new G-series model.
At CES, Canon announced their PowerShot A2600, a 16 megapixel camera with a 5x optical zoom and Smart Auto features that let you easily point and shoot.
The Canon PowerShot A1400 is a point and shoot with a 16 megapixel sensor, 5x zoom lens and a power down feature that saves battery life.
Today Canon announces the Powershot N - an extremely small camera with an 8x zoom and a 12.1 megapixel sensor. Canon pulled out all the punches for this one.
Today we will see a plethora of new cameras flood the market. First on the list is the Canon ELPH 130 IS. It has 16 megapixels and an 8x zoom lens.
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