Canon DSLR's boast outstanding video and image quality due to the large sensors and are compatible with our most prized L series lenses. So whether you're packing the family into a caravan for a beach side camping trip or you're off on that much anticipated trek through Sri Lanka, a Canon DSLR travel camera will be your durable, trusted companion every step of the way.
Explore our Mirrorless cameras if you're aiming to travel light but still wanting those impressive holiday snaps with exceptional quality. Focus your shots to precision with the electronic viewfinder and shoot your travel videos in Full HD. Connect your mirrorless camera to your mobile device so you can share those creative holiday shots instantly and be the envy of everyone back home.
Compact enough to fit in your pocket or sit comfortably in your hand, you'll always be ready to capture that perfect shot on your travels. Our high performance G-series packs DSLR performance into a compact space while the superzoom range ensures no subject is too far with up to 130x zoom. Perfect for that safari adventure you've been meaning to book.
A Versatile Ultra-Wide Zoom Lens
Travel zoom lens for EOS R System cameras
Your everyday lightweight and versatile standard zoom lens
Compact, lightweight and versatile macro lens
“Quite often there's a classic shot – the one that everybody wants to take – it's a great creative challenge to try and shoot it differently”Richard I'Anson, Travel photographer and author of the Lonely Planet Guide to Travel Photography
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