Canon's EOS 80D is its latest midrange DSLR for enthusiasts. Ideal for photographers and videographers on a budget, or users stepping up from entry-level models, the 80D has notable improvements, including a 45-point autofocus system.
For passionate photographers looking to take their picture taking to the next level, look no further than a DSLR. We've chosen our favorite entry-level DSLR models to get you started, each of which is heavy on advanced features and easy on…
Canon's new EOS Rebel T6 brings a few upgrades to the entry-level DSLR series. It retains the core components of the best-selling T5, but now has Wi-Fi/NFC, improved auto white balance and LCD, and a mode for food photography.
For professional photographers and videographers working in the field, Canon's new EOS-1DX Mark II DSLR delivers the performance required by both types of users, thanks to two powerful image processors and a new sensor.
We preview two of the newest and hottest full-frame, interchangeable lens cameras on the planet: the Sony Alpha A7R Mark II and the Canon EOS 5DS R. The 5DS R triumphs in resolution, but the A7R II has a few terrific extras.
Hate swapping lenses while on the go? The CaptureLENS from Peak Design lets you switch glass easily, quickly, and safety. The two-sided mounting system is available for Canon, Nikon, and Sony E-mount cameras.
Nikon is adding three new pro/enthusiast FX-format lenses to its lineup, including an affordable super-telephoto and a fast prime lens. Two lenses also introduce a new electronic aperture control for high-speed photography.