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Unlock a world of creative photography. Experience outstanding image quality, versatile lens options, and intuitive handling. Embrace precision and creativity with a DSLR.
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EOS-1D X Mark III
Professional Full Frame DSLR
High speed continuous shooting
5.5K 60 RAW movies
$$11,999
RRP
Body price only
EOS 5D Mark IV
4.7*
(7070)
avg. customer rating
Professional Full Frame DSLR
High resolution images
Full HD time lapse movies
Kit options available
$$3,699
RRP
Body price only
EOS 6D Mark II
4.6*
(3381)
avg. customer rating
Full Frame DSLR
Advanced subject tracking
4K time lapse movies
Kit options available
$$2,189
RRP
Body price only
EOS 90D
4.7*
(709)
avg. customer rating
Enthusiast DSLR
High resolution images
Shoots up to 10fps
Kit options available
$$2,099
RRP
Body price only
EOS 850D
Compact and lightweight DSLR
Eye and face detection AF
Easy connectivity for quick sharing
Kit options available
$$1,379
RRP
Body price only
EOS 200D Mark II
4.8*
(48)
avg. customer rating
Compact and lightweight DSLR
Built-in feature guide to understand settings
4K 25p movies
Kit options available
$$1,249
RRP
Body price only
EOS 1500D
4.7*
(354)
avg. customer rating
Beginner DSLR
Built-in feature guide to understand settings
Easy connectivity for quick sharing
Kit options available
$$849
RRP
Body price only
EOS 3000D
Beginner DSLR
Built-in feature guide to understand settings
Full HD movies
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Dive deeper into DSLR photography with our wealth of resources
Here, you'll find information about the basics of a DSLR camera, the variety of lenses you can use with your camera, and the differences between DSLR and mirrorless technologies. We also have a FAQ section that provides quick answers to common DSLR camera questions. And, don't miss our related blogs for additional insights and professional advice.
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Why choose Canon DSLR Cameras?

Choosing Canon for your DSLR camera means investing in over 80 years of pioneering innovation and imaging expertise. We offer exceptional image quality, derived from Canon's leading-edge sensor technology and state-of-the-art lens craftsmanship. With our DSLRs, you gain the versatility of interchangeable lenses, empowering you to capture everything from intimate portraits to sweeping landscapes. A Canon DSLR ensures robust build quality, intuitive design, and rapid performance. This allows for precise autofocus and stellar low-light capabilities, providing you not just a camera, but a comprehensive storytelling tool.

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Frequently asked questions about DSLR Cameras
Navigating the intricacies of DSLR cameras can be complex, especially for those new to this technology. To help, we've collated responses to common questions about Canon's DSLR range. This essential resource, perfect for both novice users and seasoned photographers, aims to clarify your understanding of DSLR technology and enhance your photography journey.
  • What is a DSLR Camera?

    A DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex), is a type of camera that uses a complex mechanical mirror system to redirect light coming through the lens. For example, when you are looking through the viewfinder to frame your shot, the light is bounced up in to the viewfinder – as well as on to the Exposure and Auto-focus sensors. For the split second when you press the shutter button, the mirror swings out of the way to direct light on to the imaging sensor.
  • Can you compare Mirrorless and DSLR Cameras?

    A DSLR camera uses a mirror and optical viewfinder (OVF) to allow photographers to frame and compose their shots through the camera’s lens seeing it directly as it is. Whereas Mirrorless camera, as the name suggests do not have a mirror mechanism and rely on an electronic viewfinder (EVF) to provide a digital preview. This absence of a mirror often contributes to a more compact and lightweight design.

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  • Can you interchange lenses on DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras?

    One of the distinguishing features of a DSLR and mirrorless is the flexibility to attach different lenses to achieve various focal lengths, perspectives, and creative effects. By being able to change lenses you can aim to get the best of every shot.
  • Which lenses can I use with DSLR Cameras?

    EF lenses are compatible with all Canon DSLRs including both full frame and APS-C sensor cameras. EF-S lenses on the other hand, are designed specifically for Canon APS-C DSLR cameras.
  • Are phone cameras better than DSLR?

    DSLRs have a much larger sensor size than a phone camera. This captures more light and results in better image quality, especially in low light conditions. This leads to less noise and better dynamic range in DSLR photos. DSLRs also offer true optical zoom capabilities, allowing you to zoom on distant subjects without sacrificing image quality, whereas phone cameras rely on digital zoom.
  • Can you shoot video with a DSLR Camera?

    Yes, you can shoot video with a DSLR offering high quality Full HD or 4K resolution depending on the camera model.
Learn more about DSLR Cameras with our blogs and resources
Tap into a vast pool of knowledge about DSLR photography with our dedicated blogs and resources. Crafted for photographers across all levels, our content offers practical tips, creative insights, and an in-depth understanding of technical aspects from experts in the field. Empower your photography journey and fully harness the potential of your DSLR camera with Canon.