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.
Find out more at canon.co.nz.
CANON EOS M100
Smart shooting while on tour
Pair it with:
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
CANON POWERSHOT G7 X MARK II
Versatile enough for any vacation
CANON EF-S 18–135 IS USM LENS
Never miss a moment