Digital Cameras are here to stay, but it’s only if you’ve got the right accessories.
Canon’s digital camera lineup is now available in both DSLR and digital zoom options, with the full-size camera featuring a 55-megapixel sensor, 4K video, Wi-Fi connectivity, a microSD card slot and a 3-inch OLED screen.
Canon has partnered with Samsung and LG to bring these two companies’ newest camera solutions to the market.
Canon is also releasing its first DSLR with the new Canon D610, which has a full-frame sensor, a 3.5-inch touchscreen, 1080p video recording, Wi.
Fi connectivity and a 64GB card slot.
And Canon has announced its newest digital zoom with the Canon D800E, which adds an optical zoom lens to the lens on the top of the camera.
Canon says it has now launched its first-ever DSLR camera with the D800S.
The D800 has a 13-megapixels sensor with a resolution of 5200×1440 pixels, 1080P video recording and Wi-fi connectivity.
The new Canon DSLR also comes with the brand new Canon EOS 10D, which comes with an 8-megaphone.
It also comes in a new body, the EOS 20D, with a 16-megaflop sensor, 2K video recording with the optional 2.5K Ultra HD Plus (a 1080p option is also available) and a micro SD slot.
Canon also offers a new D800s digital camera in the D7100 with an 18-megajoule sensor, 1080/30p video and Wi.FI connectivity.
Canon plans to launch the D750 digital camera later this year, with an improved processor and new sensors.