Canon’s showing some love for the fun side of photography with a new crop of product announcements. A new entry-level DSLR, an all-in-one lens for the EOS R system, and a portable party-size printer are all coming this spring! Read on for more.
The EOS Rebel T8i
The Rebel series has a long history of providing millions of shooters with their first “real” camera, and the new T8i looks like it’ll be a worthy addition. Providing high quality output at a reasonable price, the T8i pairs a 24.1 MP APS-C sensor with a DIGIC 8 processor in a lightweight package. More features:
- 4K 24p video capability
- 100-25,600 ISO range
- 45-point all cross-type AF system (featuring face and eye detection)
- Up to 7 fps burst shooting
- Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connections for easy, quick sharing
The EOS Rebel T8i will be available in April, alone or as a kit with the EF-S 18–55mm IS STM. Call today or click here to pre-order your own!
The RF 24–105mm f/4–7.1 IS STM
Combining a wide, versatile zoom range with impressive macro capability (up to 0.5x magnification with Center Macro Focus), the RF 24–105mm f/4–7.1 IS STM is a great all-in-one option for Canon mirrorless shooters. The stabilization system offers up to five stops of shake correction, so you can still hand-hold it when you’re zoomed all the way in.
The SELPHY Square QX10
Battery-powered, app-controlled, and under a pound, the Selphy Square QX10 offers high-quality prints wherever you happen to be. Print 2.7″ square photos that can last up to 100 years thanks to compact dye-sublimation technology. Plus, you can print on paper with built-in sticker backing and decorate your world!