Canon Digital Stills Cameras
Browse the BEST Canon Compact Cameras
Small, yet mighty
Compact cameras from Canon offer flexibility and portability to both photographers and videographers. Ideal for those who are looking for an all-in-one option and a camera that's ready to shoot at a moments notice, Canon's range has something for everyone from professional-level large sensors through to straightforward, point and shoot cameras.
Meet the Cameras
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The PowerShot G1 X Mark III is Canon’s flagship G-series and boasts a blend of speed, compactness plus superb DSLR image and movie quality. The camera delivers superb, high image quality in stills and movies and offers connectivity to a host of smart devices thanks to the built-in Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi.
The Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II is a portable and powerful compact camera. With 5x zoom range and a 20.1megapixel CMOS sensor, it gives some truly stunning imaging results for such a small and portable camera. As well as this, you will see superb quality from 4K video shooting.
The G7 X Mark III offers stunning 4K Video as well as 20.1MP photos. All of this is wrapped up in a small, lightweight body on a digital camera that features a fast aperture, 4.2X zoom lens. Ideal for content creation, a built-in mic jack allows for professional-grade audio.
The Canon PowerShot ZOOM is a compact, pocket-sized super zoom camera that shoots high-quality stills and Full HD video, with an impressive 100-400mm equivalent focal length zoom range. Equipped with a 12.1MP CMOS sensor and, with a 2x digital zoom possible, it is perfect for wildlife and sports.
The Canon Powershot SX70 HS Digital Camera is one of Canon's latest Bridge Cameras. It features a powerful 65x fixed lens zoom and has the look and feel of a DSLR. The SX70 HS is also equipped with a 20.3 Megapixel sensor capable of capturing 4K Ultra High Definition video.
What does Canon DSC mean?
The DSC stands for Digital Still Camera.
Who are the Canon DSC's made for?
The likes of the PowerShot Zoom is great for those that want to get a closer look at wildlife and sports, whilst having the ability to capture stills and HD movies. Whereas the G1 X Mark III and the G5X Mark II are aimed at the seasoned enthusiast or even a pro that wants a compact yet high-quality camera to take with them on everyday excursions.
Which camera is best for vlogging?
All but the PowerShot Zoom are capable of capturing 4K movies and come with features that enable the user to mount an external mic and tripod for professional-level self filming.
Are Canon's DSC's good for stills photography?
Absolutely! High-quality imagery doesn't stop just because the body is smaller and more portable. The DSC camera from Canon produce superb stills and can capture a great dynamic range, making it even easier to edit images in post-production.
What's the difference between DSC's and mirrorless and DSLR cameras?
This essentially comes down to control. Whilst a mirrorless or DSLR camera such as the Canon EOS R or the Canon EOS 90D allows the user to heavily manipulate the settings to create the exact image they require, these cameras come with a downside of size and compactness. A DSC camera from Canon offers high levels of control coupled with extremely high quality, all in a much smaller and more portable body.
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