Canon has been on a roll of late.
After the first two months of 2017 Canon released a new, fully-automated DSLR called the T3, which is a big step up from the T1i.
The T3 was the first new-to-market DSLR since the T2 and has had a very successful launch.
Canon has also been adding some of its top-tier lenses, like the 35mm f/1.8G and 50mm f1.4G, to the line-up of full-frame DSLRs.
Canon also has a new brand of DSLR, the T4i, that’s aimed at a more casual user who wants to take a quick snapshot of their iPhone or Android smartphone with ease.
But there’s a new lens Canon is making that will appeal to a larger group of consumers.
The new Canon Rebel SL1T is a 55-point lens that is designed to offer better quality than its predecessors, while offering an affordable price.
The Rebel SL2 is a 75-point prime lens that offers better quality at a lower price.
And the SL3 is a 100-point zoom with a zoom range of about 45mm to 1.8 meters.
Canon says the SL1, SL2, and SL3 are the best-performing full-mount lenses on the market today, and all three offer a similar resolution, sharpness, and sharpness-to of-number ratio as the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS II USM Lens.
The SL1 has a 50mm equivalent focal length of about 35mm, while the SL2 and SL4 are 50mm equivalents at the same focal length, with a 70mm equivalent.
The other two are 55mm and 75mm, respectively.
Both the Canon SL1 and SL2 lenses have an aperture of f/2.8, which has a range of f2.5 to f2 and a maximum aperture of 1:1.
The Canon Rebel lens is the smallest-sized of the three.
The lens is slightly shorter than the SL series, but its diameter is slightly larger, at 1.6 inches.
The camera also has an f/4 maximum aperture, which we haven’t seen on any other full-format DSLR.
The smaller aperture is nice for low-light shooting, but it’s not ideal for portraits, which will require a wider aperture.
This isn’t the first time Canon has designed a smaller, higher-resolution lens.
The company has also had the SL100, SL400, and the SL800 for the Rebel SL line of full frames.
It seems that Canon’s new T1 is aiming to offer both higher-quality performance and lower prices than its predecessor.
If you have an older Canon DSLR and want to buy the T-series, you might be able to get a discount on the new lens by using the new Canon rebate program.
If the new T3 is the only one of the new lenses you want, then you’ll have to pay the full $499.99 retail price of the SL4 and SL1.
If all three of the Canon Rebel lenses are on sale at the time of this writing, the price tag will drop to $499 for the SL400 and $399.99 for the S-series lenses.
For the first three months of the year, Canon will also be offering the Rebel T1t lens at $699.99 and $599.99.
These are only the starting prices.
Canon plans to offer all three new T-Series lenses for $999.99, $1,299.99 (the S-Series is not currently listed on the site), and $1.99 in December.
It will also offer the SL and SL-series of full cameras with an upgraded sensor for $1 to $4999.95, and an upgraded lens for $4,999.85.
The lenses will be available in two different body styles.
The full-body T1 has an all-metal body with a 5.5″ LCD touchscreen, which allows you to use the camera from virtually any angle.
It also has integrated flash for high-quality flash and a built-in Wi-Fi module.
The model that’s available with the built-up touchscreen and Wi-fi module is called the RebelT1, and it will be announced in February.
The cheaper RebelT2 has a touchscreen and built-on Wi-amp for high speed wireless connectivity.
This model will also have built- in Wi-amps and a flash, but the camera is not compatible with a built in Wiamp.
The larger RebelT3, meanwhile, has a fully-articulated LCD touchscreen with built-out Wi-fis for fast wireless connectivity and a full-metal chassis.
It’s also compatible with built in WiFi.
These models will be released in October.
There’s no pricing information yet, but