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Feature Article Travel photography: In search of old Japan

How do you take good travel photographs that express how you feel about a place? I spent 10 days in Japan with the Canon EOS 7D Mark II, trying to find the answer. Here's what I saw in search of old Japan, and how I shot it.

Review Canon PowerShot G7 X: Can it dethrone the Sony RX100 III?

The top of the compact camera segment has been dominated by Sony's CyberShot RX100 series for the last two years, but with Canon's new PowerShot G7 X that also boasts a compact frame with a 1-inch sensor and all that you expect out of Canon's prosumer series, including ease of use, it seems Sony has just met its toughest challenger yet.

Review Canon EOS 1200D - A Great First Camera For Beginners

The EOS 1200D is Canon's newest entry-level DSLR, replacing 2011's 1100D. Does this DSLR have enough to sway users away from their smartphones and compact cameras? Read on to find out.

Feature Article Canon Unveils their First Line-up of Compact Cameras for 2014

Canon held a mega launch yesterday, with compact cameras that push the extremes, and challenge standard conventions. Is this a sign of things to come, or just an attempt to stand out from the ubiquitous camera on smartphones? Read on for our first impressions of these products.

Feature Article Canon Updates Its Pixma and ImageClass Printers, Adds a New Portable Projector Too

Canon announces six new inkjet printers and four new additions to their ImageClass laser printer line as well. But that's not all; there's also the LE-5W, which is an ultra-portable LED multimedia projector. If you are looking to update or replace your older devices, do check out what's new from Canon.

Feature Article Canon Updates Its PowerShot Lineup, Adds a Downsized Legria Too

The PowerShot G and S-series cameras get a new model each, while Canon also unveiled the Legria Mini, a pocket-sized video recorder. Read on to find out more about the new releases.

Review Canon PowerShot N - A New Direction

With smartphones invading the digital compact camera's turf with ever better sensors and software features, it's time for compacts to evolve. Thinking out of the box is Canon's PowerShot N that features a unique design. Did it spawn a new niche segment or is the PowerShot N a step in the wrong direction? We find out in our review.

Review Canon EOS 100D - A Well-designed & User-friendly DSLR for Everyone

The Canon EOS 100D is the smallest and lightest DSLR camera in the world with a large APS-C sensor. We first thought of it as just a small DSLR, but the 100D surprised us with its well thought-out design and ease of use. Check out our review for more insights.

Review Canon ImageFormula P-215 - Easy Scanning On-the-Go

Boasting convenient plug-and-play capabilities, Canon's P-215 scanner draws power from a single USB cable and has the ability to produce high-quality documents of up to 600dpi resolution in monochrome, grayscale, and full-color. However at 1kg, it is a tad on the heavy side. Will its functionality make up for its weight? Hit the link to find out.

Feature Article Hands-on with the Canon PowerShot N and the EOS 100D

Canon's latest cameras are unlike any it's ever released; the PowerShot N is a tiny Wi-Fi compact camera built around a tilting touch-screen and no shutter button, while the EOS 100D is quite possibly the world's smallest and lightest DSLR camera made to date. Hit the link and check them out (with video).