Offering the very best of EOS R Series technology, the APS-C range of mirrorless cameras brings creativity to everyone.
Always be ready with a compact, light and small interchangeable lens APS-C camera offering DSLR quality.
APS-C DSLRs offer a traditional shooting experience with a bigger body, interchangeable lenses and an optical viewfinder so you can see exactly what you shoot, directly through the lens.
The crop factor of an APS-C sensor makes smaller or more distant subjects larger in the frame, which in effect increases the effective focal length of any lens by 1.6x. This can be a major advantage in genres such as wildlife, action and sports photography. Using a high-performance yet affordable lens such as the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM on an APS-C camera gives an effective zoom range of 112-480mm, taking it into super-telephoto territory.
You could crop images from a full-frame camera to create the same reach effect, but the megapixel count would be reduced, so the resulting images would be smaller and hence less sharp when enlarged again. Shooting with an APS-C format camera also saves the time and effort of manually cropping images at the editing stage.
Because APS-C sensors are smaller, cameras can be made more compact and lighter, which is ideal for street and travel photography. Since a smaller image circle is required from a lens designed for APS-C cameras, the lens can be smaller and lighter, and consequently can be more affordable.