|10 Best Canon Cameras|
Best 10 Canon’s Cameras with High-Quality Picture Capture and 4K Video Recorder – In this era, one of the popular sections is photography and of course, that’s the camera! there are so many types of cameras with low-high quality. So if you guys looking for the camera with high quality, I’ll suggest the popular brand, “Canon“.
Canon Inc. is a Japanese multinational corporation specializing in the manufacture of imaging and optical products, including cameras, camcorders, photocopiers, steppers, computer printers, and medical equipment. It is headquartered in Ōta, Tokyo, Japan. Wikipedia
This list has been curated to include the best Canon cameras considering all price levels and styles of shooting. If you have already made up your mind about going with Canon.
Canon stands with the best of the best in the photography world. Their cameras are known for high-quality imagery, superior video capabilities, and having a wide variety of lenses to choose from. Those looking for the best Canon cameras have plenty of options. These are my suggestions!
10 Best Canon Cameras with High-Quality Picture Capture & 4K Video Recording
1. Canon Powershot G9 X Mark II
It is an advanced point-and-shoot camera, meaning you can’t change lenses. Regardless, it is a great camera for casual users who also want more quality and advanced options like manual controls.
The Canon Powershot G9 X Mark II is the first best choice. It won’t break the bank either. For $429 you’ll get a 20.1MP 1-inch sensor, 3x optical zoom (28-84mm equivalent), and 8.2fps shooting speeds. Of course, it also has a nice 3-inch touchscreen with 1.04 million dots.
2. Canon EOS 6D Mark II
Other features include Canon’s amazing 45-point autofocus system with dual-pixel technology. You can take a shoot at 6.5fps and support 4K video recording. The articulating screen is a welcomed plus, and wireless technology makes your workflow more convenient.
The Canon EOS 6D Mark II is the company’s most affordable full-frame DSLR camera. It goes for $1,299 on Amazon and is for those who really want to take their photography to the next level. The 26.2MP full-frame CMOS sensor is better at handling noise in low light situations and producing better quality images.
3. Canon EOS Rebel SL3
While Canon makes great DSLR cameras at a lower price, The EOS Rebel SL3 is worth the upgrade. Not only does it have a great build quality, but it also matches some of the features that come only with the expensive cameras. These include a swiveling screen, 4K video recording, WiFi, Bluetooth, and dual-pixel autofocus. It’s also super light and compact. The reason why it’s affordable is that it has a 24.1MP APS-C sensor and a 9-point autofocus system.
4. Canon EOS R
The Canon EOS R is the company’s first attempt at entering the pro-level mirrorless camera wars. With a $1,999 price tag, it competes with cameras like the Sony A7 III and Nikon Z6. Features include a 30.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor, a DIGIC 8 image processor, dual-pixel autofocus, an articulating screen, 4K video recording, and 655 autofocus points.
5. Canon EOS 1D X Mark II
Other features include a 14fps shooting speed, 4K recording, dual processing units, 61 autofocus points, dual pixel autofocus, built-in GPS, and sturdy construction.
One step into big boy territory with the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, which costs a whopping $5,499 for the body alone. What you get is on another level, though. This camera is Canon’s top-tier model and features everything you need. It has a 20.2MP CMOS sensor that is claimed to offer “super low-light performance”.
6. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is a favorite among professional photographers. While it is pricey at $2,799, you get a good bang for your buck. The body comes with a 30.4MP full-frame CMOS sensor, dual pixel autofocus, and a great construction. It can shoot 4K video at 30fps. In addition, you can shoot images at up to 7fps. To ensure you don’t miss your shots, you also get a great 61-point autofocus system.
7. Canon EOS RP
The RP’s layout is a lot more ‘traditional Canon DSLR’ than the original EOS R model, plus there’s an RF-to-EF lens adapter in the box so those with existing Canon lenses can continue to use them as normal.
The RP embodies the same sensor as the 6D Mark II – well, almost, it’s modified to adapt for the RF mount’s different flange-back distance – so you won’t be getting the 30MP resolution of the EOS R, but the quality should still be undeniable thanks to Digic 8 processing and Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus being speedy.
Not to mention, the EOS RP is the lightest full-frame camera body ever made, at just 485g with the card and battery included. That’s impressive – although plonk a larger EOS RF lens on the front and the point of that is largely negated.
The Canon EOS RP priced is $1299 body only, £1599.99 with 24-105mm EF lens, £1799.99 with 35mm RF lens, £1999.99 27-70mm f/4 EF lens, and £2329.99 with 24-105mm L EF lens. All kits come with the RF-to-EF adapter included in the box.
8. Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II
The PowerShot G5 X Mark II is the first Canon camera of its kind to have a pop-up EVF inside a compact body. This is released via a catch to its side and needs to be pulled back before being used, a setup that apes the likes of the Sony RX100 Mark III, RX100 Mark IV, and RX100 Mark V models.
The viewfinder itself is a 0.39-inch type EVF with a 2.36 million-dot resolution and an option to boost its refresh rate to a 120fps with the Smoothness Priority mode. It also has a 20mm eyepoint and promises no blackout, and it’s joined by a 3-inch, 1.04 million-dot touchscreen that can be adjusted to face the front.
The sensor, processing engine and lens have all changed too. The sensor is a 20.1MP stacked CMOS design, while the processor is the familiar DIGIC 8 engine that has featured in the likes of the EOS M50 and EOS RP mirrorless cameras, as well as the EOS Rebel SL3 / EOS 250D DSLR.
The Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II price is $899 in the US and AU$1,430 in Australia.
9. Canon G7 X III
Canon has dubbed the G7 X III “the next-generation vlogging camera,” and it appears to have the specs to back that up. It packs a 4.2 times optical lens (24-100 mm f/1.8-2.8 in a 35mm equivalent), with built-in optical image stabilization, for one thing. You also get a 3-inch rear touchscreen that can tilt up 180 degrees for vloggers or selfie-takers. To ensure top audio quality, it even has a built-in microphone input, though no headphone jack.
On the video side, you can shoot 4K video at 30 fps with no cropping, a feature even the $2,300 EOS R can’t boast. For slow-mo, it can shoot 120 fps at 1080p. Perhaps most impressively, the G7 X III lets you stream directly to YouTube over WiFi. With all those things taken into account, along with with the G7 X III’s small, lightweight form factor, you should have a top-notch, inexpensive YouTuber camera.
The Canon G7 X III will cost $749 and come in silver or black, while the G5 X II is $899 in black only. Both cameras will be available starting next month.
10. Canon EOS 250D
Thit’s an important change because initially, Canon was reluctant to sport 4K capture on anything but its highest-end kit. As the market demands and normalizes the expectation for 4K, Canon is responding and introducing it into many of its products.
However, the presence of the Digic 8 processor and this 4K addition are the only real differences compared to the 200D (which is why we think the 200D II naming convention would make more sense).
Still, the 250D is built on solid features. There’s a vari-angle LCD screen to the rear, built-in optical viewfinder up top, a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor at its core, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, and up to five frames-per-second (5fps) burst shooting.
The Canon EOS 250D priced $583.54 body-only or £599.99 (€709.99) with the EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 kit lens.
Well, That’s 10 Best Canon Cameras with High-Quality Picture Capture & 4K Video Recording! Any suggestions?
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