Canon cameras come with various features – some are essential, while others are optional. Check out the best Canon cameras and accessories below or read more about the best features of a Canon HK.
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Top Canon Price List 2020
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Canon EOS M6||HK$ 8,517.41||Amazon|
|Canon EOS 90D||HK$ 11,586.47||Amazon|
|Canon EOS 5D Mark IV||HK$ 19,367.61||Amazon|
|Canon EOS 80D||HK$ 6,510.12||Forest Tone|
|Canon EOS M200||HK$ 4,262.50||Amazon|
|Canon EOS 700D||HK$ 3,216.31||Forest Tone|
|Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM||HK$ 968.77||Amazon|
|Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM||HK$ 11,439.21||Forest Tone|
|Canon EOS 70D||HK$ 5,107.35||Forest Tone|
|Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM||HK$ 1,867.78||Forest Tone|
Best Canon Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV sports a 30.4-megapixel full-frame sensor that churns out impressive still images, while the 61-point viewfinder autofocus system is both fast and accurate. And while higher resolution cameras tend to be on the slow side. The Canon 5D Mark IV can shoot continuously at 7 frames per second. Live view shooting is also snappy thanks to Canon’s Dual Pixel AF (DPAF) tech which puts fast, phase-detection AF points directly on the sensor, just like a mirrorless camera. While DPAF also works great for video, videographers may pause at the heavy crop factor in 4K mode, and the lack of support for 4K output over HDMI. Still, the hybrid shooter who only occasionally needs 4K video, the 5D Mark IV is a good choice.
All of that tech is protected beneath a weather-sealed, magnesium body that’s covered in physical controls and a large, comfortable grip. As a full-frame camera, it’s big, but well balanced, and is actually a bit lighter than its predecessor.
Automatic and Manual mode
In Canon DSLR cameras, there are automatic modes as well as a manual mode. If you want to snap images without putting time on changing controls, then use automatic mode. Otherwise, use manual mode if you know how to tweak the controls to come up with decent images. As seen in automatic mode, the camera provides fixed values for the aperture, ISO, and shutter speed. While in manual mode, you take control of the three features yourself, giving you the freedom to adjust the exposure of the image.
High ISO Setting
This feature allows you to change the camera sensor’s sensitivity to light. When you boost the ISO, it allows you to shoot in darker setting even without a flash. However, a higher ISO setting produces more noise which makes the images appear speckled and grainy. Luckily, cameras these days have a better noise performance, providing you decent images even at higher ISO settings. It is best to get cameras with ISO values of over 1600, such as Canon’s 70D, which allows you to capture images in low light.
Decent number of megapixels
Megapixel or MP is a value that relates to the camera’s resolution. Basically, the higher the megapixels, the better the quality of the images. This does seem to be an easy criterion since you just have to look for a camera that has a great number of pixels. However, this should not always be the case. Cameras that produce 5x7 inch images only require 4 MP to get decent results. For quality 8x10 images, an 8 MP camera will get the job done. The same goes for large prints – you don’t need a higher value of megapixels. By simply lowering the image resolution, you will get satisfactory results. Therefore, megapixels do not make a great camera. They are just one of the aspects that improve the quality of images.
A big thing to consider when purchasing a camera is how it feels in your hands. You’ll be holding your camera a lot, so get a good feel for it before you decide to buy. Here are a few things to consider:
- Size: Are you able to easily reach all the buttons? Does the camera feel comfortable in your hands? How does it feel when the camera is close up to your face? To figure these things out, go to the store and hold the camera you’re considering!
- Weight: Generally speaking, cameras in similar classes will weigh almost the same. If you’re just starting out with photography, consider getting a camera that you can take with you everywhere.
- Durability: Some cameras are more rugged than others, featuring sturdy magnesium alloy internal frames and weather sealing. These may or may not be a feature that is necessary to you but depending on the things that you’re planning to photograph.
- Menu System: Make sure that the menu system is straight forward and easy to use. Every camera is different, but you should be able to figure out how to navigate the menu system without consulting the manual.
Raw Image Format
Some cameras have the capability to save images in either the raw or JPEG format. Others will be limited to the JPEG format only. The difference between the two is that the raw format records all the information captured by the sensor and allows you the most flexibility when it comes to post-processing (especially when correcting mistakes). The JPEG format discards data when it compresses the image into a smaller file.
Almost all DSLRs, Mirco Four Thirds, and mirrorless cameras can shoot in raw format (as well as in JPEG). Very few compact point-and-shoot cameras, or camera phones, have the option to shoot in raw and they’re simply limited to the JPEG format.
A Canon camera's focus is an essential part of photography as it can make or break the quality of images. It allows users to view the subject of an image at the exact spot they want. Before you decide to buy, check the quality of the autofocus. If the camera focuses quickly and accurately, then it has great autofocus; otherwise, you may want to look for another model. Canon’s EOS 7D Mark II comes with excellent autofocus that will guarantee you no missed shots.
Video Recording Capability
Almost all types of cameras now feature video recording. The standard for HD (High Definition) is 1080p, which is a lot of point-and-shoots are capable of recording, along with DSLR, Micro Four Thirds and mirrorless cameras. More advanced cameras will also offer manual control of exposure and better video quality (with greater ability to blur backgrounds. Some cameras like Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera and Canon PowerShot SX740 Digital Camera has the ability to shoot up to 4K, which is four times the resolution of 1080p!
How much is the Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera in Hong Kong?
The cheapest Canon M50 price in HK is HK$7,000 and you can get it in official Canon stores or buy it online with Amazon.