'For more serious photographers, the 760D is comfortably the best Canon DSLR to date – until you step up to the next level of Canon camera featuring models such as the EOS 7D MK III and, jumping another level, the EOS 5D MKIII. '
'Canon's EOS 760D / Rebel T6s is a solid DSLR that represents a good step-up over entry-level models.'
'The camera also sports a significantly redesigned weather-sealed body, and the new viewfinder has an LCD overlay for providing additional information, like an on-demand grid and electronic levels. and this is the first EOS dSLR to incorporate wireless flash. '
'Excellent still-image and HD-video quality.'
'Very impressive. '
'On paper the 7D looks like a very capable camera and Canon rarely disappoints. '
'Once focused, shot-to-shot time typically takes about 0.4 second for RAW or JPEG, and adding flash recycling time bumps it to only 0.7 second, which is very good for any class. '
'The 12.2-megapixel Canon Digital Rebel XSi, which targets entry-level digital SLR shooters , has all the features that novices expect--as well as an alluring array of advanced options that will appeal to more seasoned photographers. '
'the Canon EOS 450D comes as a welcome change, and a model worthy of upgrading from your old 350D .'
'The Canon ESO 450D comes as a welcome change, and a model worthy of upgrading from your old 350D . '
'this camera is not just a looker, this camera incorporates many truly impressive features starting with Canon 's latest generation image processor; the DIGIC III, for improved image quality, faster response, and extended battery life.'
'The PowerShot G7 is a midsize, fairly bulky camera with a style reminiscent of classic rangefinder cameras.'
'It is too large for most pockets but will fit into a winter jacket.'
'the SD500 is strong enough to earn Editors' Choice among ultracompact cameras.'
'Canon redesigns the SD500's compact outer shell.'
'The camera instantly matches the scene in front of the lens with an on board database of known scene types and then compares that information with the specific scene's subject distance, white balance, contrast range, lighting, and color (just before the image is recorded) to determine the best exposure.'