Move over medium format, there's a new camera in town and it can knock you out of the park.
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Automatic shooting options as well as full manual control with raw and JPEG recording. Oh yeah, and a 24-600mm lens.
The Canon SX710 has some attractive features for the holidaying photographer, notably a 30x optical zoom, manual control and W-Fi.
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?
If this lens was any wider you'd get your ears in the shot! We try it out in the real world.
This 1TB hard drive-equipped image station goes for NFC over wires and, fingers crossed, will only get better.
Mini reviewCheaper zooms have a variable maximum aperture, but the Canon 70-200mm f/4 puts quality ahead of cost-saving.