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Canon Digital Cameras Australia

Have you decided now to get your hands on a Canon digital camera? Well, there is a handsome variety of models on the Australian market to choose from. Here, we have also listed down a bunch of important factors you may pay attention to while looking for Canon Digital Cameras in Australia.

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Canon PowerShot SX70 HS Digital Camera

$769

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Canon EOS 6D Mark II (Body Only)

$1997

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Canon DSLR EOS 200D Mark II, Black

$846

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Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Digital 4K Vlog...

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Camera Size

First and foremost, it’s a bit important to consider the size of a digital camera you buy from Canon. Despite the fact that DSLRs are all larger than tiny point-and-shoot cameras, there is a wide range of sizes among them. Even while some photographers don’t mind lugging about heavy gear, if you want to use it for on-the-go shooting, such as bushwalking and travel, etc., then it’s highly recommended to go for a small and light version which will be quite helpful.

Your Previous Gear

DSLRs offer the advantage of being compatible with a lot of your existing gear. As a lens manufacturer, this is particularly true. If you have a film SLR, there is a good possibility that your lenses will work with a DSLR produced by the same manufacturer, such as Canon. It's not a given that all lenses will be compatible, but it's worth asking, since it may save you a lot of money.

Camera Resolution

When searching for Canon Digital Cameras Online in Australia, many people are concerned with the number of megapixels. Considering that DSLRs come in a broad variety of megapixel ratings, it is important to keep this in mind. Considering how you'll be using the photos, - you'll want to know how many megapixels you've got. If you're printing enlargements, more is better, but if you're printing little copies or sending them over email, it's less important.

Sensor Size

For image quality, a camera's sensor size is more significant than the number of megapixels it has. Images are more detailed with higher contrast and a broader spectrum of bright and dark tones with a larger image sensor. Pro DSLRs generally feature full-frame sensors, whereas entry and mid-level DSLRs utilise APS-C sensors.

Future Upgradation

In the near future, will you be able to update your camera again? Despite their enticing price tags, basic level DSLRs have a tendency to become outdated faster than higher-end models, and you run the danger of outgrowing them as your skills increase and you develop a need for more sophisticated capabilities. Think about your present degree of competence in photography and whether you're the sort of person who learns something and then wants to upgrade to a higher-end model with more control and capabilities.

Other Features

When comparing DSLRs, you're likely to be overwhelmed and confused at first. Aperture and shutter priority, auto or manual focusing, and other fundamental functions may be found on all of them, but there is a wide range of options available. Here is a quick list of all the other features you should consider before buying a Canon digital camera.

  • Shutter Speed
  • ISO Rating
  • LCD Size
  • Burst Mode
  • Dust Protection
  • Anti-Shake
  • Semi-Auto Modes
  • Flash
  • Connectivity & more

Price Range

Price can be an awesome start when you look for Canon DSLR cameras online. Usually, Canon Digital Cameras Prices in Australia range from AUD 899 to AUD 5999, which may go as high as AUD 8999, depending on lens quality, features, and many other factors. Digital SLR cameras are available at a wide variety of prices, from reasonable offers at the lower end to highly high rates at the professional level. Consider extra expenditures associated with owning goods when you set a budget for your purchase, such as camera bags, lenses, batteries, filters, memory cards, and more.