The best Canon cameras for capturing fall holiday memories
The holidays are a perfect time for creating photos and capturing memories. With the whole family together, there’s rarely a better chance to break out a new camera and start messing around with it — especially if you’re one of those people who likes to take holiday celebrations to exotic, possibly tropical, places.
If you’re looking for a new camera for the holidays, it’s hard to think of a better place to start than Canon. The camera maker creates some of the best-known and most powerful photography devices around, and there are a number of different options, ranging from super-powered professional-grade cameras to those more befitting photography novices. Best of all, though, buying from Canon.com comes with as much as 3 percent Cash Back, plus some great coupons. Here are a few Canon cameras worth checking out before you head over the river and through the woods this fall.
Top of the line (at a discount)
When you’re talking about Canon cameras, chances are usually pretty good you’re talking about its digital SLR devices. They’re expensive, but they’re also often phenomenal, sporting 18-megapixel sensors and high-quality image processing. If you’re serious about photography, you probably want one of Canon’s EOS 60D. It comes in at about $700 without lenses, but Canon has a number of bundles on sale right now, plus coupons to save as much $300 and $500 on several specific bundles.
More novice speed (but still cool)
Of course, not everyone is in the market for a camera and lenses that might run you as much as $1,100 or more, even with some seriously deep discounts. For photographers who are more used to the “auto” setting than the ISO setting, there’s the PowerShot A2500. Canon’s novice-level digital camera is still pretty capable, with a 16-megapixel sensor and Canon’s powerful imaging technology, plus a 5x built-in optical zoom. It’s a bargain at about $100. It also comes in multiple colors.
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