Canon EOS Digital Cameras Price List in the Philippines May 2019
Canon EOS Digital Cameras Price 2019
|Latest Canon EOS Digital Cameras||Price|
|Canon EOS M100 Body||P48,998|
|Canon EOS M100 Kit||P20,000 -|
|Canon EOS M50 Body||P29,200 -|
|Canon EOS 3000D Kit (Rebel T100 / EOS 4000D Kit)||P12,819.99 -|
|Canon EOS 77D Kit||P35,200 -|
|Canon EOS 77D Body||P30,800 -|
|Canon EOS Rebel T7i Kit||P50,215.32 -|
|Canon EOS RP Body||P80,000 -|
|Canon EOS RP Kit||P141,298.20 -|
|Canon EOS R Kit||P135,969.99 -|
Latest Reviews for Canon EOS
Ang camera na ito ang may pinaka friendly na user interface na nakita ko. Meron itong guided settings kaya hindi ko na kailangan pang maalala ang ISO at ang shutter speed sa kada shot ko. Ang ganda ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by Crystavel Aviles
- Date : May 22, 2019
Binili ko ang camera na ito mainly dahil sa external microphone port nito at okay naman ang lahat. Kaya lang, hindi ito yung camera na magpapa-excite sa akin dahil yung lens na naka-attached dito ay ...Read more
- Rating : 3.9
- Review by Diana Mercedes
- Date : May 17, 2019
sa tatlong color na available ng canon. Kapag nagustuhan ko and may nakita akong other color pa bibilhin ko talaga and canon is one of the best camera i have right now. kaya na man sa tatlong color ...Read more
- Rating : 4.5
- Review by eda yap
- Date : May 17, 2019
Latest Topics for Canon EOS
Oh canon! meron na kasi akong ganito medyo luma narin kasi tagal nasakin to e, may iba pa po ba kayong pinopromote na bagong model aside pa nito, maganda naman din siya so far. Gusto ko kasi ibang model naman yung bilhin ko? kapag ba nakabili na ako nito ... Read more
- Last updated : May 19, 2019
- Posted by Kram Kram
- Replies of This topic : 2 Replies
Hello po! tanong ko lang kung ano po bang nasa ganitong camera? Ano bang ibig sabihin ng A 18-megapixel APS-C-size? and then gaano ba ito kastandard, is it ISO 100 - 6400 and standard used nito i mean the quality? kasi based lang din sa nakita ko na mga ... Read more
- Last updated : May 19, 2019
- Posted by isaih
- Replies of This topic : 5 Replies
About Canon EOS
Named after the Titan Greek Goddess, the Canon EOS series is comprised of autofocus single lens reflex (SLR) cameras. The acronym also stands for Electro-Optical System). The very first model was introduced in 1987 the Japanese company, Canon Inc.
Popularity in the Philippines
Filipinos, who are into photography as a hobby, expression of their creative side or full time work, know they have found a match in the Canon EOS collection. The series offers a wide range of camera products to choose from, befitting all sorts of styles, preferences and budget. The brand has always been a household name since its introduction in the market almost 3 decades ago and is sure to continue being popular in the market.
The heart of the Canon EOS camera series is the bayonet style EF Lens mount. Unlike the older FD mount, this mount has no mechanical linkages between the moving parts. The direct drive system easily allows for larger aperture lenses, which certainly delighted many users.
Since 2007, the company has manufactured almost 40 EOS cameras with its very first camera, the EOS 650, delivered in 1987, which used films. The cameras come with many innovative features including the following:
-Eye controlled focusing: with this feature, users can select the desired autofocus point in the scene they are interested in. The point is actually based on where the user is looking in the viewfinder frame. Such feature is extremely helpful especially in sports photography where subjects are prone to suddenly shifting positions.
-Quick Control Dial: the large quick control dial at the back of every EOS camera is certainly a heaven sent for both professionals and presumes. It allows for easy and efficient adjustment of parameters with the thumb and fast access to often-used camera functions including exposure compensation, shifting to manual exposure and scrolling the images. This way, users can choose to operate the camera even with just a single hand.
-Multi Point Auto Focus System: this feature is presently available in top-of-the-line EOS cameras. With a higher number auto focus points, users can enjoy a higher chance of capturing a sharply focused photograph in situations where subjects are moving at high speed across the frames such as in sports or wildlife environment/situations.
As of 2014, the series’ flagship is the EOS-ID X. This camera has a full frame 18.1 MP CMOS sensor and Dual DIGIC 5+ Image processor which assures high quality image capture at up to 12 frames per second and even 14 frames per second in super high speed mode. It also has a powerful ISO range of between 100 to 51200 (up to 204800 in H2 mode) which means you can enjoy sharp, low noise images even in low light conditions.
The camera boasts of the highest levels of focus speed and accuracy even during the most challenging of shooting conditions, thanks to the 61 point High Density Reticular AF and 100,000 RGB Metering Sensor, which actually utilises a dedicated DIGIC 4 Image processor. Perfect for all kinds of photographers, from wedding to extreme sports, this camera provides speed, precision and incomparable ruggedness.
There are plenty of reasons why you would love the Canon EOS series. For starters, it offers buyers with many choices from entry level to professional. The cameras also perform well even in low light conditions with its flagship capable of capturing high quality burst shots at high speed. Users can also expect the cameras to have excellent noise control. Take note that the company designs and manufactures its own CMOS sensors, a huge advantage especially in the after-sales service. Price tag also lives up to your expectations. You can also expect the cameras to survive years of constant use especially made easier with its efficient control layout and comfortable grips.
Some of the models tend to be on the heavy side which is a bummer for those who want to enjoy more portability in their SLR cameras. Price of some of the models can be quite exorbitant; but as long as you know what you are buying into (and know how to use the many features) then you should be fine.