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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.
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 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.
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.
The Canon PowerShot G10 offers a lot of what advanced shooters are seeking in a compact.
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 PowerShot SD790 IS, sports a unique control layout.
Canon's classic box and circle takes another trip around the block in the snap-happy Canon PowerShot SD770 IS.
With the Canon SD850 remaining one of the most popular compact cameras out there, its follow-up model, the Canon PowerShot SD890 IS, had some big shoes to fill: preserving everything that the SD850 did well is almost as important in this case as pushing the envelope.
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 the pace for the entry-level market nonetheless.
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.
Ok, I'll admit it.
When last I visited with a Canon SD camera wearing a 900-something number, it was the SD900 with a 10 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom and no stabilization.
It's a common sense principle that a successful performance is often a hard act to follow.
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