Canon proves that DSLRs still have something to offer demanding enthusiast photographers.
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Canon's new sports/action flagship DSLR brings blistering speed, mind-boggling burst depth and 4K video at 60fps.
Its specification may not be ground-breaking but this looks like a fairly solid option for beginners.
Move over medium format, there's a new camera in town and it can knock you out of the park.
The EOS 750D gives you the control you need plus beginner-friendly options, a vari-angle touch-screen and excellent image quality.
A superb blend of touch-screen and button or dial controls help make this Canon's best entry-level DSLR to date.
The EOS M3 is strong on specification and has Canon's first 24MP APS-C sensor, but what's it like to use and are the images any good?
UpdatedThe new sensor, dual processing engines and top-end AF and metering systems combine to make the Canon 7D Mark II a superb camera.
UpdatedApart from its pixel count, the specification of the Canon 5D Mk III makes familiar reading. But there's plenty to get excited about.