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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 camera in Hong Kong.

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Canon EOS 77D
HK$ 6,599.00
Expansys

The Canon EOS 77D gives you a blend of performance and control that puts creativity at your fingertips. Features include a next-generation 24.2-megapixel sensor for detailed images, 45-point autofocus, 6 fps shooting, Dual Pixel CMOS AF for super-fast Live View AF performance. Super-fast AF Have the confidence to explore new subjects and new ways of shooting. State-of-the-art 45-point autofocus delivers images that are packed with detail, and the EOS 77D can capture 24.2-megapixel images at a rate of 6 frames per second, helping you catch the briefest moments. 24.2-megapixel sensor A next-generation 24.2-megapixel sensor produces images that are packed with rich details - ready for editing, cropping or display. Sophisticated exposure metering technology delivers great-looking images straight from the camera, even in complex lighting conditions. The world's fastest Live View AF performance focuses in as little as 0.03 sec, for pin-sharp results. Creative movies With the EOS 77D you can be every bit as creative with movies as you can with still photos. Its acclaimed Dual Pixel CMOS AF tracks moving objects without hesitation or distraction, and can smoothly refocus with a single tap of the touch screen, for professional pull-focus like effects. Ergonomic design When you pick up the EOS 77D you'll notice how its controls fall naturally under your fingers, letting you change settings without taking the camera away from your eye. A Vari-angle touch screen provides smartphone-like navigation, as well as alternative shooting angles. Wireless Connectivity A combination of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth(r) and NFC technologies lets you form wireless connections with compatible iOS and Android smart devices more easily than ever, for remote camera control. Using the Canon Camera Connect app, your device can upload images to the cloud for sharing on social networking sites. At a glance: 24.2 megapixels DIGIC 7 processor 45 AF points Dual Pixel CMOS AF Full HD video 5-axis IS Wi-Fi and NFC Bluetooth(r)

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Canon EOS 80D 18-200mm
HK$ 8,644.00
Personal Digital

The Canon EOS 80D is a super high-performance Dslr equipped with all the latest technological advancements from the Japanese firm with over 80 years of experience in the imaging industry. Its 24.2-million pixel Cmos Aps-C image sensor works hand in hand with a new metering sensor in order to never miss a detail in your subjects, bringing out all the richness of your compositions in extraordinary sharpness. As for shooting video, the Cmos Dual Pixel Autofocus system takes care of keeping moving subjects in focus, even in weaker lighting situations. Several creative filters are also available to you if you choose to add orginal effects to your work, as well as Wi-Fi or NFC in order to share your results or even control your EOS 80D remotely. To perfectly accompany your Canon EOS 80D, this kit also includes the Ef-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens, a true all-in.one lens! With a minimum aperture of f/22, and a minimum focusing distance of 0,45m, this lens covers all the focal length between wide-angle photography and telephoto lens photography, at an amplitude of x11. You no longer have to burden yourself with several different lenses whilst travelling. Thanks to its advanced optical construction of 16 lens elements in 12 groups, the image quality that is achieved is superior in terms of sharpness and contrast. You won\\'t miss a single detail in your subjects wth this lens that complements all the possibilities of your Canon EOS 80D to perfection.

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Top Canon Price List 2018

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Canon EOS 6D HK$ 7,040.00 Expansys
Canon EOS 80D HK$ 5,899.00 Expansys
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV HK$ 18,200.00 Expansys
Canon EOS 700D HK$ 3,254.00 Forest Tone
Canon EOS 77D HK$ 6,599.00 Expansys
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM HK$ 863.00 Amazon
Canon EOS 70D HK$ 5,167.00 Forest Tone
Canon EOS 1300D HK$ 2,564.00 AliExpress
Canon EOS 750D HK$ 3,850.00 Forest Tone
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM HK$ 1,890.00 Forest Tone
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Canon EOS 6D

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8 Essential Features Every Camera Buyer Should Look for with Canon

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.

Ergonomics

Another factor that makes a camera worthwhile is if it feels nice in the hand. When you buy a camera, first, check if it provides a good feel. Then, take note of other aspects that determine the ergonomics of a camera such as the size, weight, and material.

  • Size - aside from comfort, a good camera size should allow you to reach all the buttons with ease.
  • Weight – There’s no guideline when it comes to choosing the right weight for a camera. It all depends on your preference. However, if you are a beginner, it’s best to select a smaller and lighter camera so you can take shots with ease.
  • Material – If you want a sturdy and durable camera, you can choose one that is made of magnesium alloy. When you consider a camera with a rugged design or material, make sure it feels comfortable in the hand.

Raw Image Format

Some cameras can shoot images in either raw or JPEG format. While others have the capability to save both formats. A camera that provides raw prints gives you control as to what format you want. Whereas, a camera that is limited only to a JPEG format converts the image into a smaller file that may affect the quality. Thus, if you want creative control and better-quality images, go for a camera with a raw format.

Excellent Autofocus

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 a great autofocus; otherwise, you may want to look for another model. Canon’s EOS 7D Mark II comes with an excellent autofocus that will guarantee you no missed shots.

Video Recording Capability

Today’s cameras come with a video recording feature. If you need a camera that offers great video quality, go for one that features a 1080p resolution which is the standard for HD recording. If you want much better quality, a 4K camera is an ideal choice.

High-Quality LCD

LCD is a type of screen that is commonly integrated into cameras. It’s important to take note that the quality of LCDs varies by brand or by cost. Expensive camera models are often equipped with high-quality screens which offer more brightness and better contrast. Though there are also mid-range models that have good screen quality.