Canon’s new entry-level D-SLR offers significantly more features and performance for the same price as the outgoing model. Paul Burrows concludes that the EOS 400D is going to keep Canon on top in the D-SLR market.
For the price of a small hatchback you can instead have Canon’s first EF-mount 800mm supertelephoto and which can probably get you just as far. Paul Burrows limbers up to try out Canon’s biggest gun.
Canon promises high ISO performance and high resolution with its Mk.II EOS 5D but does it deliver? Paul Burrows finds out.
Advances in inkjet printing may be becoming more incremental than monumental but there’s still a need to remain competitive hence Canon’s upgrade of its pro-level A3+ model. Report by Trevern Dawes.
A reformulated Lucia inkset and new print heads give Canon’s new 24-inch format inkjet printer the potential for formidable imaging performance. Report by Trevern Dawes.
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