Canon has announced the latest top-end compact to its PowerShot range, unveiling the Canon G3 X which boasts a 1-inch back-illuminated 20.2-megapixel sensor and a 25x optical zoom range.
Even before the Canon EOS M was announced in July it was the subject of intense speculation and interest. And as samples have become available we’ve been just as keen as all of you to test this new Canon compact system camera to see how it compares to others in its class. Our head of testing, Angela Nicholson, puts the M through its paces in her Canon EOS M review. Watch the video to hear her verdict!
After what feels like years of hype, Canon has finally joined the compact system market with its Canon EOS M camera.
Coming just a few weeks before Photokina in September, the EOS M features exactly the same sensor as the recently launched EOS 650D, one of the company’s entry level DSLRs.
Canon has announced a successor to its long-running PowerShot D10 waterproof camera, the Canon PowerShot D20
The 12.1-megapixel waterproof camera can shoot pictures at depths of 10m, and when used in conjunction with Canon’s WP-DC45 waterproof case with external flash support, the PowerShot D20 can capture images at depths down to 40m.
The S90 certainly is pocket-sized, at around half the size of the G11. But surely it’s not as good? In fact, there’s not much in it.
The PowerShot D10 is Canon’s first attempt at a waterproof compact, and straight away it looks different from the rest, with a chunky, bulbous design that certainly looks the part, but which may ha