Canon has launched a lot of digital camera models, from the professional SLR cameras to the small point and shoot models. If you look at review sites you will see a lot of good opinions about Canon digital cameras, since the quality of the photos is very good and they’re built very well. Online you can find features, ratings and prices for all the Canon digital cameras, including Digital Rebel, EOS and PowerShot. Yes, you will find that their cameras get excellent reviews, but they’re all true.
Canon SX10 IS
In my opinion, the Canon SX10 IS is the best point and shoot ever, and I’m not the only one to think that. This digital camera aims to take on Olympus and be the best camera of this type. It’s an extended zoom camera that is powerful and has an optical zoom of 20x. Its resolution is 10 megapixels, it has wide angle lens, an LCD screen of 2.5 inches and image stabilization as a feature. You can usually find one for under $350.
Canon PowerShot SD990 IS
When it comes to ultracompact digital cameras, the Canon Powershot SD990 IS is the best model offered by Canon for the holiday season of 2008. It has a light body, it’s small and has enough power. It has the latest technology in it and the sensor has 14.7 megapixels. The optical zoom is 3.7x and you can go with the digital zoom up to 4x. The photos are saved in JPEG format and the ISO varies between 80 and 1600. You can choose between manual and auto exposure and it also comes with lens-shift image stabilization. The lowest prices you can find them at is $300.
Canon EOS 50D
The EOS 50D is the latest model offered by Canon and it’s the replacement for the 40D model. It comes with the DIGIC 4 image processor, an LCD screen that has 3 inches and a CMOS sensor of 15 megapixels. The ISO can go as high as 12800, it has an EF/EF-S lens mount and you can save photos both in RAW and JPEG formats. It’s an expensive camera though, as you have to spend around $1200 on it.
Canon Digital Rebel XS
This camera was launched as competition to other DSLR cameras that are entry-level. Though it’s based on the 450D model, it’s a cheaper version, that still has some of the good features (very good ISO, Live View preview, saving files as RAW or JPEG). The price is around $500.