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It's the zoom, specifically, the optical zoom.
The G16 has a few minor flaws, but achieves a promising balance between image quality, capability, and functionality for the price.
If you are looking for a DSLR that can shoot amazing video with seamless AF, look no further than the Canon 70D! It will not disappoint.
Here's the bottom line - the Canon PowerShot ELPH 510 HS's image quality is as good or better than any camera in its class.
The Canon N breathes new life into the hum-drum world of creative modes and effects.
The Canon SX280 HS features a 12MP sensor, a DIGIC 6 processor and a powerful 20x zoom--and all in a fashionable, pocketable camera.
Right after Nikon launched the D600, Canon countered with the 20MP 6D.
The new T5i model has some similar specs to it's predecessor, the T4i: 18 MP, 5 FPS, and full HD video.
An understated camera with professional features and designed for serious photographers who want a compact camera with creative capability.
As the newest member of Canon's G Series cameras, the Canon G15 does not disappoint.
Looking for a camera that's not too big, not too small, but just right? The Canon SX50 HS has a 50x zoom, 12.1 MP and is easy to carry.
In a world where smartphone cameras are a popular choice among point and shoot users, does the Canon ELPH 320 HS stand a chance?
While Canon wasn't the first manufacturer to incorporate video into a DSLR, the EOS 5D Mark II and its 1080p video was the first to be widely adopted as a film making tool.
The Canon PowerShot 110 HS was designed for casual users and snap-shooters.
Canon's PowerShot G1 X is the highly-anticipated CES release with the big 1.5-inch sensor.
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