Last year's Rebel is still a great starter DSLR, with an 18-megapixel sensor, easy pre-set modes, and a price that puts it on par with some high-end point-and-shoot systems.
The Latest Canon DSLR Cameras
New to DSLRs
If you're ready for more creative control, faster shooting, and better low-light performance, consider the EOS 60D.
Ready to Step Up
Canon's flagship consumer DSLR now boasts continuous autofocus for videos, versatile high dynamic range functions, and good live-view performance.
Shoot continuously at 8 frames-per-second through the 7D's ultra-sharp viewfinder. The 7D's magnesium alloy body is also dust and weather-resistant, so you can take it almost anywhere.
Wedding and studio photographers love the 5D Mark III's pinpoint autofocus system, full-frame sensor, and sharp, accurate output.
With the ability to shoot 12 frames per second, sports and action pros will find the full-frame 1D X hard to beat, despite its weight and price.