The advanced G5 X, small and retro G9 X and entry-level mirrorless EOS M10 make their fall debut.
In this new version of its pro lens the company introduces its new Blue Spectrum Refractive optics technology, which targets ugly color fringing.
The EOS M3 is well designed but expensive for what it offers and slow. Read the review: http://cnet.co/1PyYq01
The EOS M10 shows that Canon's committed to the mirrorless ILC market, but also that it's still behind the curve.
The camera is designed for the same use who's been waiting for an update to the PowerShot S120.
The PowerShot G5 X adds the features that enthusiasts miss in the G7 X.
From the Cheapskate: This all-in-one does it all: printing, scanning, copying and faxing. And it supports AirPrint and Google Cloud Print as well. Plus: an amazing tablet deal!
Forthcoming SLR and videocamera models should capture much more detailed imagery. And the Japanese camera maker can now photograph and reprint the texture of subjects, not just the color.
Technology in the super high resolution design could trickle down to consumer products in coming years -- but Canon fans should think twice before boasting about the achievement.
The camera, which shipped elsewhere in April, lands in the US this October.