Canon Digital cameras
Canon has a bunch of new cameras coming your way as part of its 2014 release cycle: the D30 tough camera, EOS 1200D, G1 X Mark II and plenty of travel cameras.
Featuring the same focal length as a popular model from Canon, the new Sigma 24-105mm lens looks as though it will be a fierce competitor to the old workhorse.
Yet another feature rears its head from the firmware modders at Magic Lantern, this time boosting the dynamic range of Canon SLRs to a whopping 14 stops.
In development for over two years, the Canon 200-400mm f/4 lens is finally shipping to Australian photographers.
Magic Lantern is a firmware modification that gives Canon SLRs extra bells and whistles. Now, the hack can pull out RAW video from one of Canon's older models.
Want to shoot RAW footage from your Canon SLR at a true 24p? The team at Magic Lantern are making that a reality.
Good news for camera buyers: Canon Australia has readjusted prices on several products, bringing Australian pricing closer to overseas.
The long-awaited firmware update for the Canon 5D Mark III, which delivers clean HDMI output among other extras, is now available for download.
The team behind Magic Lantern has been able to uncover some of the hidden capabilities of Canon's SLR range, including the possibility of 2K RAW video.
It's only a research project now, but Canon can see for its super-sensitive sensor in nighttime jobs like astronomy and security. It can record by the light of a crescent moon.
WHERE TO BUY
Canon Powershot Sx50 Hs 12.1 Megapixel Bridge Camera
Best value: AUD$521.00
Canon Powershot G1x Digital Camera With Full Aust Canon Warranty
Best value: AUD$558.85
Canon Eos 60d Body Black Warranty Australia
Best value: AUD$692.60