Overview of The Newest Canon Cameras on Jiji.ng

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The name of this company is familiar to anyone who is interested in photography.

Back in the beginning of their career path, Goro Yoshida and Saburo Uchida decided to name the company after the Buddhist goddess of mercy named Cannon. Nowadays photographic equipment of this brand continues to conquer the hearts of photography enthusiasts - both beginners and professionals.

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EOS 5D Mark IV

This is perhaps the most anticipated camera of the year. 5D Mark IV is equipped with 30.4-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6+processor. The camera shoots at the speed of 7 shots/sec in sequential shooting mode and records 4K-video (30 shots/sec). For the first time Canon uses Dual Pixel AF, allowing continuous focusing while shooting in Live View mode technology.

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EOS 80D

The camera is equipped with newly developed 45-point AF system with all of the 45 points made cross-type in order to improve tracking accuracy. These AF points are dispersed horizontally and vertically so as to facilitate focusing when your subject is not in the center of the frame. The manufactures have also improved the sensitivity of the central AF point to 3EV.

Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology allows you to "dramatically improve the performance of AF during video shooting in Live View mode," representatives of Canon say.

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EOS-1D X Mark II

The device features 61-point High Density Reticular AF II system, including 41 cross-type points. The focus area has expanded by 8.6% in the center and by 24% on either side of the frame compared to the camera’s predecessors. The sensitivity of the central point has increased to 3EV and keeps working when the diaphragm is up to F/8.

Dual DIGIC 6+ Image Processor guarantees high performance. The camera shoots at the speed of 16 shots/sec in Live View mode and 14 shots/sec in the standard high-speed sequential shooting mode.

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EOS 1300D

This camera has received an updated processor version - DIGIC 4+. AS a result, it has become much faster in operation.

Other features are surprisingly archaistic: sensitivity ranges from 100 to 6400 ISO (expandable to 12800, though), shutter speed - from 1/4000 to 30 seconds, an optical viewfinder with Pentamirror and with 95% frame coverage, built-in flash, creative filters, and Scene Intelligent Auto mode. In this mode the camera automatically adjusts exposure and other picture settings according to the situation and the shooting scene).

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PowerShot G7 X Mark II

If you need a small camera for everyday use and you're ready to pay for its compactness and picture quality the amount of money comparable to the price of a modern flagship smartphone, then this camera is for you.

It features a new DIGIC 7 processor of the latest generation. It works with a 1 "sensor (13,2 x 8,8 mm) with an effective resolution of 20.3 MP. The shooting speed is quite decent – 8 shots per second.

Canon Powershot G7 X comes with time-tested 8,8-36,8 mm focal length lens (35 mm is equivalent of 24-100 mm) and 1.8-2.8 aperture.

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