Best Canon Cameras

Looking for the best Canon cameras? You’ve never had so many choices! From classic-style DSLRs to the most modern mirrorless cameras to compact pocket cameras, the company has expanded its range like never before. Whatever your level, whatever your shooting style, there’s sure to be a Canon camera for you. The Canon EOS R5 and EOS R6 have made the headlines recently, and for good reason: they are among the best mirrorless cameras ever made.

But Canon cameras come in all sizes, and if you’re looking to spend as little as possible on an easy-to-use compact for a family vacation, Canon has cameras for you, too. Or, if you’re looking for something to learn the basics to improve your photographic skills, there are many Canon DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras with helpful tutorials to help you develop your photography skills.

Best Canon Cameras

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1. Canon EOS Rebel SL3

Brilliant for beginners, this Canon has plenty for enthusiasts too

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Canon manufactures a few cheaper DSLRs than this one, including the 18-megapixel EOS 4000D and the 24-megapixel EOS 2000D, but we think they are too small in terms of functionality and build quality and recommend paying a small surcharge for the EOS Rebel SL3 DSLR (sold as the EOS 250D in Europe). Why is this? Because it has a variable-angle touch screen on the back and a sensor with Canon’s dual-pixel AF CMOS technology, so real-world autofocus is really fast.

We also like the fact that you can start with a simple guided user interface while you’re still learning, and then switch to the standard setup when you feel more confident and want more control. The Rebel SL3 / EOS 250D replaces Canon’s previous Rebel SL2/EOS 200D, adding 4K video and better autofocus in live view. It’s a DSLR that can beat mirrorless cameras at their own game! Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

2. Canon EOS 90D

The EOS 90D has the highest resolution yet in an APS-C camera!

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The Canon EOS 90D is an amazing APS-C camera, available at a fantastic price. It combines the highest resolution ever seen in a 32.5MP APS-C sensor with a high frame rate of 10 frames/second, and it also handles glorious uncropped 4K video – none of the irritating cropping that has plagued Canon cameras in the past. Its handling and ergonomics are a joy, reminding us why shooting with a DSLR is such a pleasurable tactile experience, and it’s available at a very attractive price – not to mention the fact that you get an optical viewfinder, which many people still prefer to electronic viewfinders of mirrorless cameras. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

3. Canon EOS 6D Mark II

An affordable entry into full-frame photography, and feature-packed too

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Now that it is a few years old, the price of this full-frame camera has gone down and it is now accessible to those who do not make photography a full-time job. The Canon EOS 6D Mark II is the best DSLR camera with a full-frame sensor in this price range. The EOS 6D Mark II takes excellent pictures in a variety of conditions, and we also like the fact that it can take pictures at 6.6 frames per second and has a fully articulated touch screen. Its dual-pixel CMOS autofocus has a good 45-point average but does not cover the entire sensor.

We’d also like this camera to have more than one memory card slot, but its battery has a rated life of 1,200 shots, making it easy to get ready for a day of shooting. For those who want a full-format DSLR without spending a cent, the Canon EOS 6D Mark II is a good option. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

4. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

It’s the camera countless pros use as their day to day workhorse

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The EOS 5D Mark IV is Canon’s all-time best DSLR camera if you want a reasonably high megapixel count without sacrificing continuous shooting speed, and clean, noise-free image quality at very high ISO levels. On paper, its features are unspectacular compared to those of the Nikon D850, but for many professionals, a 30-megapixel resolution is more than enough – and 4K video makes it the best film camera for many DSLR users, even if the crop factor is quite high.

Canon’s dual-pixel CMOS AF gives the ESO 5D Mark IV outstanding autofocus performance, even in movie mode and live view. It has a proven track record of versatility, robustness, and reliability – all key benefits for professional photographers. Recently, however, Canon has turned to its EOS R cameras without full-frame mirrors. It is therefore unclear if and when we will see a successor to the EOS 5D Mark IV. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

5. Canon EOS-1D X Mark III

This pro DSLR is the bee’s knees for sports photography, but pricey!

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With the Canon EOS1-D X Mark III, Canon has released a camera with cutting-edge technology, including deep-learning AF, an optical Smart Controller, HEIF and HDR PQ support, CFexpress, 12-bit internal 4K RAW, head tracking, and more. Canon has combined the advantages of DSLR and mirrorless to produce a hybrid body that can shoot depending on the situation. While it lacks some of the luxuries of mirrorless models, this camera does so much that no other system can do – it’s a true glimpse into the future.

Offering the best of both worlds, with the pure speed of an optical DSLR and the advanced precision of mirrorless, it is a true hybrid system that adapts to the needs of every professional and every shooting scenario. The DSLR is not dead. The EOS-1D X Mark III, which looks like a tank, has absorbed the technical advances of mirrorless cameras and added some of its own to produce a great tool for professional sports and action photography. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

6. Canon EOS M6 Mark II

The M-series gets M-serious with a contender for your primary camera

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The EOS M series has often felt, in the past, like the unloved child of the Canon family. Fortunately, with the arrival of the EOS M6 II, we can finally say that the company is taking its mirrorless APS-C series seriously. The M6 Mark II is equipped with a powerful sensor in the form of a 32.5 MP APS-C chip and can shoot at 14 fps or up to 30 fps in RAW Burst mode. It also features 4K uncropped video, up to 51,200 ISO expandable, and a high-resolution tilting touch screen.

In the past, M-series cameras have seemed to want to carve out a place for themselves as a decent second camera, but the M6 II is a compelling argument for becoming your main camera, and it’s really only the slightly meager choice of M-series lenses that holds it back. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

7. Canon EOS RP

Canon’s smallest full-frame camera is an incredible value

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Only a few months after announcing the EOS R, Canon developed the smaller and less expensive EOS RP model. If the EOS R has a lot in common with the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR, then the EOS RP is like a mirrorless version of the entry-level Canon EOS 6D Mark II model. With the EOS RP, you get a 26.2-megapixel full-frame sensor, a 4,779-dot dual-pixel CMOS autofocus, 4K video (cropped, it’s true), and a useful fully articulated rear monitor.

The best news is the extremely aggressive price, which makes the EOS RP the cheapest full-frame camera on the market that is still a current model – and it is also very affordable even with its versatile 24-105 mm STM kit lens. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

8. Canon EOS R6

One of the best all-rounder cameras around, with class-leading AF

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The EOS R6 is the EOS R series model for enthusiasts, replacing the slightly draft EOS R, and for those who do not need the advanced technology and resolution of the EOS R5 (see below). Which is, to be honest, the case for most people. So what do you get on the EOS R6? Well, it’s not stingy in most departments, with a maximum frame rate of 20 frames/second, and autofocus that borrows the deep learning technology of the EOS-1D X Mark III, which means it improves as you use it.

The resolution is the only 20.1MP, which may be too low for some tastes, but it means that pixels can be larger, which has a big impact on performance in low light. Indeed, the R6 is even better than the R5 in this area, with a standard ISO range of 100-102,400 which can be extended to 50-204,800. Add to this the introduction of Canon’s 5-axis image stabilization system inside the body, which offers up to eight effective compensation steps, and the result is a highly efficient low-light camera. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

9. Canon EOS R5

One of the finest stills cameras ever made, with excellent but compromised video

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As a camera, the Canon EOS R5 is quite simply Canon’s best product. It is the perfect fusion of the shape of the EOS R, the function of the EOS 5D, and the professional-quality autofocus of the EOS-1D X. If you’re a photographer or a hybrid photographer who’s somewhere between photography and video, this is one of the best cameras you’ll ever have the pleasure of using. It has attracted attention for the wrong reasons, such as overheating (or the threat of overheating) when recording 8K videos, but that should not diminish the extraordinary capabilities of this camera. It is not perfect in every way, but considering its resolution, frame rate, and video capabilities combined, it is truly a reference camera. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

10. Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III

A pocket-sized camera with a flip-over screen for selfies and vlogging

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Compact cameras are an excellent solution for vloggers – as a stand-alone, easy-to-use, lightweight, and easily portable package. If you’re considering a vlogging setup, it’s a good idea to choose a compact camera with zoom and strong video capabilities. To meet these criteria, we recommend the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III Very popular on YouTubers, this compact camera can shoot uncropped 4K videos using the full width of its 1-inch sensor and has a 3.5mm microphone port to allow you to plug in an external microphone for superior sound quality.

The G7 X Mark III is also capable of streaming live images to the platform of your choice (YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, or other), which expands your options as a blogger. The lack of a viewfinder can be a hindrance if you plan to shoot photos as well, but the G7 X Mark III is a portable, high-performance video solution. Overall, this is one of the best Canon cameras.

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