One of the most prom­i­nent and pro­lific photographic brands of all time, the dis­tinc­tive Canon name is em­bla­zoned on the gear of ’gra­phers around the globe


Canon’s EOS M100 brings to­gether a 24.2MP sen­sor with Dual Pixel aut­o­fo­cus (AF) to an af­ford­able en­try-level mir­ror­less model. The cam­era, set to hit our shores in Oc­to­ber, is backed by a pow­er­ful DIG!C 7 im­age pro­ces­sor, has an ISO of 25,600, a fastest con­tin­u­ous shoot­ing speed of 6.1fps, and can also shoot 1080p video at 60fps. Per­fect for trav­ellers, the EOS M100 re­mains light and com­pact, ditch­ing a built-in viewfinder in favour of a three-inch 1.04-mil­lion-dot touch­screen that tilts up to 180 de­grees. Sim­ply touch the screen for quick and ac­cu­rate fo­cus, and tran­si­tion the Dual Pixel CMOS AF be­tween sub­jects by tap­ping them with your fin­ger. De­signed for those just get­ting started with their shoot­ing, the cam­era’s Cre­ative As­sist and Self Por­trait modes also as­sist by step­ping through cam­era set­tings for those with­out the tech­ni­cal know-how.

A com­pact point-and-shoot char­ac­ter­ized by its large fea­ture set, Canon’s Pow­erShot G7 X Mark II doesn’t let its com­pact size hold it back from de­liv­er­ing im­pres­sive im­agery.

From land­scapes at sun­rise to the city at sun­set, the cam­era boasts great low-light per­for­mance from dawn til dusk thanks to a 20.1MP 1.0-type CMOS sen­sor backed by a DIG!C 7 pro­ces­sor. Ben­e­fit­ting a range of shoot­ing sce­nar­ios, the sen­sor and pro­ces­sor com­bi­na­tion is joined by a ver­sa­tile 4.2x zoom lens, which ex­hibits a f/1.8–f/2.8 max­i­mum aper­ture and pro­vides a 24–100mm equiv­a­lent fo­cal range, cov­er­ing wide-an­gle to short-tele­photo per­spec­tives.

A mul­ti­me­dia ma­chine, the Pow­erShot G7 X Mark II shoots in full HD, all the while of­fer­ing full man­ual con­trol for con­ven­tional still-shoot­ers who want to broaden their hori­zons into video.

A ver­sa­tile zoom op­ti­mized for both stills and video, you’ll never miss a mo­ment with the Canon EF-S 18–135 IS USM lens. Its fast, stills-op­ti­mized, ring-type ul­tra­sonic mo­tor (USM) meets a smooth, silent, videoop­ti­mized step­ping mo­tor (STM) for all-round fo­cus­ing per­for­mance.

Im­age sta­bi­liza­tion (IS) com­pen­sates for up to four stops of cam­era shake for sharper hand­held shoot­ing, and a Dy­namic IS func­tion specif­i­cally helps to re­duce cam­era shake dur­ing mul­ti­me­dia im­age-mak­ing.

Its outer shell ex­hibits a smooth satin fin­ish, ded­i­cated fo­cus-mode and im­age-sta­bi­lizer switches, as well as a black ring that clearly sep­a­rates the zoom and fo­cus rings for easy and in­tu­itive han­dling.

Canon is an au­tho­rized dis­trib­u­tor of Crum­pler through­out New Zealand, a Mel­bourne cam­era-bag man­u­fac­turer that pro­duces qual­ity, func­tional, and de­sign-fo­cused bags for ev­ery oc­ca­sion. Whether you’re sport­ing a com­pact mir­ror­less model, such as the EOS M100, or you’ve got a 5D Mark IV DSLR, Crum­pler has you sorted — its largest bag, the 6 Mil­lion Dol­lar Home, can com­fort­ably house a full-body DSLR in­clud­ing two lenses, plus a speed light and all your ac­ces­sories.

Both good-look­ing and prac­ti­cal, Crum­pler bags boast a weather-re­sis­tant de­sign, with both ex­te­rior and in­te­rior fab­rics pur­pose-cho­sen for dura­bil­ity — the range is de­signed to with­stand con­stant use. As well as be­ing con­toured for com­fort, easy-ac­cess mesh pock­ets, rear pock­ets, and neo­prene-lined padded top han­dle and side cargo straps mean that th­ese bags are func­tional travel com­pan­ions.

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RANGE OF MIR­ROR­LESS LENSES Seven ded­i­cated mir­ror­less lenses for Canon’s EOS M mir­ror­less range in­clude a wide 11–22mm, a 28mm macro, and a mul­ti­pur­pose 18–150mm lens.

CANON CRUM­PLER BAGS Con­tem­po­rary and com­fort­able for ’gra­phers on the go


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