Those entering the world of DSLR photography will enjoy using the 9-point Auto Focus system on Canon's entry level cameras such as the EOS 200D MKII and Canon 800D. And anyone upgrading from a compact camera will be in for a treat with entry-level Canon Digital SLRs offering 5fps (frames per second) burst mode shooting for the EOS 200D MKII to 6fps for the Canon 800D.

If you know your way around a DSLR and want to take your photography to the next level then the enthusiast range of Canon Digital SLRs from the 32 megapixel EOS 90D to the 30 megapixel EOS 5D Mark IV can take you there. With 4 movie recording across the range and multipoint auto-focus up to 61 points on the 5D Mark III, you can indulge your still and video creativity.

The latest offerings in this extremely popular 5D range of cameras are the ultra-high resolution EOS 5DS and EOS 5DSR both of which feature full frame 50.6 Megapixel sensors and the later lacking an optical low pass filter, resulting in increased resolution and detail.

Professional photographers can rely on the brand new Canon EOS 1DX MK ii from Canon's professional series. This world-class device takes up where its predecessor left off boasting a high speed, continuous 14fps burst mode shooting with auto-focus up to 61 points including 41 cross-type points. The EOS 1DX MK ii can shoot 4K video and offers rapid image processing from the DiG!C 6+ digital image processor.

Canon Digital SLR cameras are exceptional and noteworthy due to their perfect mix of high-end features and user-friendly, intuitive control layouts. The entry-level models have been highly influential for everyday family photography, with more people than ever trading in their pocket cameras for an easy-to-use DSLR that is going to produce much better photographs and not cause too many headaches due to a steep learning curve.